Online Job Vacancy Data Workshop Videos & Slides


Online Job Vacancy Data Workshop Videos & Slides

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Session 1 – Understanding and applying vacancy data

Chair: Cath Sleeman (Nesta and ESCoE)

James Neave (Adzuna): ‘Standardising vacancy data to add value’

Elodie Andrieu (King’s College London), Layla O’Kane (Burning Glass), Mary O’Mahony and Oleksii Romanko (King’s College London): ‘How well were companies prepared for COVID? Merging job vacancy, company accounts and web scraped data’

Pawel Adrjan (Indeed Hiring Lab): ‘How is the UK labour market faring in the second wave of COVID-19’

Grant Telfer and Bauke Visser (Textkernel): ‘Understanding the supply and demand of skills using online job vacancy data’

Session 2 – Job vacancy data for the public good

Chair: Arthur Turrell (Bank of England)

Cath Sleeman (Nesta): ‘Open Jobs Observatory’

David Rosenfeld (BEIS): ‘Use of online job vacancy data at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’

Gueorguie Vassilev, Khloe Evans, Martin Wood, Ryan Schofield (ONS), Oleksii Romanko (King’s College London): ‘Using online job advert data to inform human capital and labour demand’

Mariagrazia Squicciarini (OECD), Heike Nachtigall (Technopolis Group), Lea Samek and Emile Cammeraat (OECD): ‘The human capital behind AI: evidence about jobs and skills demand from online job postings’

Session 3 – Job vacancy data for academic use

Chair: Mary O’Mahony (King’s College London and ESCoE)

Jeisson Cárdenas-Rubio, Sally-Anne Barnes and Derek Bosworth (Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick): ‘Developing online job vacancy data for LMI for All’

Dafni Papoutsaki, Tony Wilson, Matthew Williams, James Cockett and Helen Gray (Institute for Employment Studies): ‘Monitoring the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the labour market using vacancy data’

Andy Challis and Alex Glover (City & Guilds), Bledi Taska and Rucha Vankudre (Burning Glass): ‘Shelter in the storm: an investigation of labour market trends and job opportunities in the United Kingdom during the COVID-19 pandemic’

Abigail Adams-Passl, Maria Balgova and Matthias Qian (University of Oxford): ‘Flexible work arrangements in low wage jobs: evidence from job vacancy data’

Session 4 – Panel session – job vacancy data and policy needs: looking at the future

Chair: Gueorguie Vassilev (Office for National Statistics)

Panellists: Dan Mawson (BEIS), Mariagrazia Squicciarini (OECD), David Freeman (Office for National Statistics)