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Dr. Andrew Chamberlain

Chief Economist

Dr. Andrew Chamberlain is chief economist at Glassdoor. He oversees the research program at Glassdoor, providing analysis and commentary on labor market trends. He is an applied microeconomist who has written widely on labor markets and public policy. His work has been published in academic journals, cited in U.S. congressional testimony, and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Washington Post, NPR, BBC and many others, and he is a regular guest on various television and radio programs. Previously Andrew was a policy economist in Washington, D.C. and chief economist at Columbia Economics, L.L.C. Andrew received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of California, San Diego, and bachelor’s degrees in economics and business administration from the University of Washington in Seattle. [Twitter | Medium]

Bloomberg Daybreak: Glassdoor’s Chamberlain Sees Strong Hiring Across the Board

February 2, 2018
Glassdoor Chief Economist Andrew Chamberlain shared his insights on what’s ahead for the January 2018 U.S. jobs report on Bloomberg Daybreak.

January Jobs Report: Wage Growth Hits Fastest Pace in Eight Years

February 2, 2018
The latest jobs numbers are out from the federal government. What do they mean for job seekers and employers? Here’s a quick take from Glassdoor’s Chief Eco…

Friday’s Jobs Report: Searching for Sustained Pay Gains

January 30, 2018
Friday’s January jobs report will provide some clues about the state of the labor market as the economy entered 2018, and how the recent tax bill may be ̵…

Local Pay Reports: Strong January Pay Gains for E-commerce and Health Care Jobs

January 30, 2018
The latest edition of the Glassdoor Local Pay Reports revealed continued slow pay growth for American workers in January, with median base pay for full-time wor…

Economy Adds 148,000 New Jobs in December

January 5, 2018
The latest jobs numbers are out from the federal government. What do they mean for job seekers and employers? Here’s a quick take from Glassdoor’s Chief Eco…

Friday’s Jobs Report: Will the Tax Bill Create Jobs?

January 2, 2018
Congress recently passed a sweeping $1.5 trillion tax cut bill. The legislation promises to affect the finances of millions of American workers and investors in…

Local Pay Reports: Pay Rises for E-Commerce Jobs in December

January 2, 2018
The latest edition of the Glassdoor Local Pay Reports revealed continued slow U.S. pay growth in December. Median base pay for full-time workers rose 1.1 percen…

What’s Ahead for Jobs? Five Disruptions to Watch in 2018

December 20, 2017
This year was a landmark year for hiring. Despite two major hurricanes and political friction in Washington, D.C., the U.S. economy forged ahead in 2017, adding…

Economy Adds 228,000 New Jobs in November

December 8, 2017
The latest jobs numbers are out from the federal government. What do they mean for job seekers and employers? Here’s a quick take from Glassdoor’s Chief Eco…

6 Studies Showing Satisfied Employees Drive Business Results

December 5, 2017
Do companies with more satisfied employees — what we call Best Places to Work — really outperform their peers financially? On the surface, it’s na…
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