Webinar Replay: 2022-23 Outlook for Economics Jobs Market

Webinar Replay: Outlook for the Economics Job Market in 2022-23
Original Broadcast: June 30, 2022


Pat Bajari, VP Core AI and Chief Economist, Amazon

Svenja Gudell, Chief Economist, Indeed

Michael Schwarz, Corporate VP and Chief Economist, Microsoft

Clara Vega, Assistant Director, Division of Research and Statistics, Federal Reserve Board

Moderator: Benjamin Leyden, Assistant Professor of Strategy and Business Economics, Cornell University

The overall economics job market has been seemingly red-hot of late as evidenced by the number of high-profile economists changing roles. Will this momentum continue through the end of the year when newly-minted economists will find themselves exploring the job market for the first time? Or, will hiring plans be dampened by increasing worries about recession? Has inflation eroded hiring budgets?

How should new economists feel about their job prospects in 2022? Will there be more industry and government jobs available relative to academic-track jobs?  How will economic conditions affect hiring for industry and tech-sector jobs ? What are the roles and responsibilities of new economists in various sectors? What technical skills and other tools are most desirable from the perspective of employers?

Are you seeking a job in economics this year? Prepare your questions for our panel of hiring managers and find out what awaits both newly-minted and experienced economists seeking opportunities in industry, academia, and government. Join us to get a complete picture of the economics job market in 2022 and beyond.

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