COVID-19: The Pandemic's Impact on Jobs
Learn how to use Labor Insight to understand the unprecedented impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the job market in your region or industry. We will discuss the reports available on Labor Insight, what we have already seen in the market, and the best practices for analyzing data in the short term. Watch the recording […]Find out more »
A new study by Burning Glass Technologies found that UK job adverts have dropped 63% during the coronavirus pandemic. In this webinar, our research experts will share their findings on UK job postings data and explain how they used Labour Insight™ to gather these findings. Watch the recording here.Find out more »
Tracking COVID-19’s Impact on the Labor Market
Burning Glass Technologies is making high-level, aggregated job postings data public to enable researchers to track the economic impact on job markets. The data will include weekly and monthly counts of job postings online in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The data are available overall and by industry or occupation. Get the data now.
New Report on ‘Lifeboat Jobs’
Burning Glass Technologies is proud to be a data partner for the Opportunity Insights Economic Tracker, bringing together economic, public health, and education data vital for measuring the impact of the pandemic.
Online job postings increased for four straight weeks in May in what could be an early sign of economic recovery from the COIVD-19 pandemic.read more
People of color and immigrants are bearing the brunt of declines in job postings because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report.read more
Pandemics not only destroy jobs but they also create them, as demonstrated by the sudden surge of interest in “contact tracers.”read more
The new Opportunity Insights Economic Tracker uses Burning Glass data, along with other sources, to measure the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.read more
Economists find that the timing of stay-at-home orders didn’t affect the drop in the job market—and lifting those orders may not turn that around.read more
New research finds that the higher the education and experience level required for a job, the more likely it is that employers will still be hiring for it in the depths of the pandemic.read more