LinkedIn’s vision is to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce. Our Economic Graph insights help us achieve this vision.
We work with governments and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) around the world to understand the rapidly changing world of work with detailed and dynamic data. Our insights allow leaders to benchmark and compare labor markets across the world; analyze skills, occupations, and industries; and leverage real-time data to make policy changes.
"LinkedIn insights are unique. They provide real-time information to developing countries about what are the most up and coming jobs and what are the declining jobs in response to other macroeconomic shocks.”
– Juni Tingting Zhu
Private Sector Specialist, World Bank Group
“This Economic Graph data really does help city leaders understand what jobs they have, what talent they have, and how they match the two within their community.”
– Clarence Anthony
CEO and Executive Director, National League of Cities
“To see an individual move forward, get educated or skilled up, and then find that place of employment and really break that poverty cycle – this is key for us to continue to move our economy forward.”
– Scott Sanders
Executive Director, National Association of State Workforce Agencies
Each year, we quantify the impact of LinkedIn’s Economic Graph through year-end reports based on region. Browse the reports below for big-picture insights on how we’re mapping the global economy.
APAC Economic Graph overview
Our work in APAC led us to creating the Singapore Skills Observatory – a project that monitors changes in job roles where the skills have a tendency to be automated.
EMEA Economic Graph overview
At the World Economic Forum’s annual meetings, we provided social mobility insights to business and policy leaders to help find untapped potential in the labor market.
Head of Global Policy
EU Director Public Policy & Economic Graph
Head of Public Policy, China
Head of U.S. Public Policy & Economic Graph