About Daniel Culbertson

Daniel Culbertson

Daniel Culbertson is an Economist with the Indeed Hiring Lab, a global research institute committed to advancing the knowledge of HR professionals worldwide by using Indeed’s unique dataset to uncover the latest labor market trends. Daniel was previously an economist with Moody’s Analytics and holds a Master of Arts in economics from the University of Delaware. Along with other Indeed economists, Daniel is frequently invited to brief the employers and the media on economic and labor trends as well as offer commentary in the mainstream media.

Daniel can be found on Twitter and Google+.

Recent Articles by Daniel

The Workweek: A Round-Up of Labor Market Links for the Week Ending 6/23/17

This week’s labor market news on the future of the cashier, automotive manufacturing and rent-seeking behavior.

Welcome back to The Workweek, the Indeed Hiring Lab’s round-up of the latest research, news, and perspectives that made us think deeply or differently about the labor market this week. It’s your guide to the most important new insights about work.

Here are our picks for this week:

Amazon goes full brick and mortar

Amazon’s $13.4 purchase of Whole Foods …

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Help Wanted: Summer Job Postings in Canada Up from Last Year

Each year, thousands of young people hit the job market to find employment during the summer months. While summer jobs are sometimes considered merely a way for younger Canadians to earn a little extra money during the year’s hotter months, these roles do provide crucial work experience—and, in some cases, valuable training—that can brighten their future employment prospects.

Indeed job …

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The Workweek: A Round-Up of Labor Market Links for the Week Ending 5/26/17

This week’s labor market news on declining economy dynamism, tightening labor markets and why trucking for a living isn’t what it used to be.

Welcome back to The Workweek, the Indeed Hiring Lab’s round-up of the latest research, news, and perspectives that made us think deeply or differently about the labor market this week. It’s your guide to the most important new insights about work.

Here are our picks for this week:

Maximum employment is inherently an inclusive goal, Fed governor declares  

Many economists …

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Indeed’s Domestic Migration Survey

Recent data from the Census Bureau show that Americans are moving less. In fact, the percentage of Americans that made a move in the last year has more or less steadily declined for over three decades, falling from just over 20% in 1985 to an all-time low of 11.2% in 2016.  

For economists, a declining moving rate is concerning because …

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