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The Jobs Economist aims to inform and influence debate on the labour market, workplaces and employment policy.


We publish our own reports and issue our own comment via multi-media platforms and channels.


We offer our advice and expertise on a consultancy basis to private, public and voluntary sector organisations.    

​Media Commentary

Regular contributor to radio, TV and

written media:

<BBC News Channel

<BBC1, Breakfast 

<BBC Radio 4, Today

<BBC Radio 4, World at One

<BBC Radio 4, PM

<BCC Radio 4, World Tonight

<BBC Radio 5 Live Wake up to Money

<BBC Radio 5 Live, Breakfast

<BBC Radio 5 Live, Drive

<BBC Radio 2, Jeremy Vine

<BBC Radio 2, Simon Mayo

<BBC Local Radio

<Sky News

<ITN News

<Channel 4 News

<IRN News

<LBC radio

<All National Daily Newspaers and websites

<Personnel Today

<People Management

​Expert Analysis


Conference/seminar keynote speaker or chair, including recent events organised by:

<HM Treasury

<Office for National Statistics

<Bank of England



<Work Foundation

<Resolution Foundation

<Policy Exchange

Consultancy Services

< Data analysis and interpretation

< Research, report and article writing

< Platform speaking

< Event chairing

Jobs Audit:

Regularly published statistical reports

on labour market and workplace trends 

Jobs Spotlight:

Thought piece essays on the political

economy of work

Jobs Blog:

Up to the minute comment on the economy,

jobs and employment policy

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