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LinkUp's Economic
Indicator Report

LinkUp publishes a quarterly Economic Indicator Report that assesses job market resilience using LinkUp’s extensive dataset of job market data and exclusive statistical methodology.



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Monitoring job demand

 
With alternative data's increasingly important role in measuring the overall health of the economy, LinkUp's Economic Indicator Report serves as a valuable scorecard measuring changes in the job market. In these quarterly reports, we share our insights on recent changes in job demand and job market diversification in the U.S. These reports measure:


Changes in
job demand

Job demand
volatility

Changes by industry,
location, and occupation

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Published reports

Report preview Q2 2022

LinkUp Economic Indicator Report Second Quarter 2022

[Q2 2022]

In the Q2 2022 report, our data reflects the slowing job market, showing active job listings have decreased 4% overall. Job listings are being deleted, and newly created job listings are down 9.7%. Compared to last year at this time, overall job listings in the U.S. are down 10%, yet job demand volatility is down.

Report preview Q1 2022

LinkUp Economic Indicator Report First Quarter 2022

[Q1 2022]

In the first 2022 report, we see accelerating job growth, and increasing job duration. Overall active jobs increased 3.7%, with all industries showing increases, while the length jobs are open increased 20% (10 days). In the report we compare job demand data quarter-by-quarter, and we breakdown Q1 by month, getting a detailed view of changes by industry, location, and occupation.



LinkUp Economic Indicator Report Fourth Quarter 2021

[Q4 2021]

In this edition of our quarterly report, we see the first negative overall job growth in over a year. After four consecutive quarters of increase, the fourth quarter of 2021 saw active job listings down 5.5%. And while Q4 saw an almost 20% increase in duration over last quarter, we also saw job demand volatility fall for the first time since Q3 of 2020.



LinkUp Economic Indicator Report Third Quarter 2021

[Q3 2021]

In this edition of our quarterly report, we observe mixed signals from a labor market still very much grappling with the impacts of the pandemic. Overall job growth was positive, with active listings up 11.5%. Volatility plateaued in Q3 compared to Q2; a welcome change after the swell in volatility earlier this year. 

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LinkUp Economic Indicator Report Second Quarter 2021

[Q2 2021]

In the Q2 edition of our Economic Indicator Report, we saw solid growth overall with active job listings up 15.5%. The quarter started strong, but job listings growth slowed substantially at the end of quarter—a possible indication that the red hot job market is beginning to cool.



[Q1 2021]

In this edition of our quarterly report, we see our post-pandemic growth trend continue with active job listings up for the third consecutive quarter. We saw high created and deleted job listings, and increasing job demand over the quarter while job duration decreased.


[Q4 2020]

In this edition of our quarterly report, we see signs we’re edging ever closer toward COVID recovery with a nearly nationwide increase in active job listings and a leveling off of job demand volatility.


[Q3 2020]

In this edition of our quarterly report, we observe the labor market edging toward recovery from the devastating hits doled out by the pandemic. Though some progress is evident, there is certainly more progress to be made.


[Q2 2020]

In our second quarter 2020 report, we see a labor market upended by the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Total active job listings were down a staggering -25% in Q2 2020, and job demand volatility is at its highest level since we began tracking the metric.

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