UBDC Employment Data User Group webinar: Adzuna Jobs Listings data
- Tuesday 24 May 2022
- 10:30 - 11:30 (BST)
- Online (via Zoom) GET DIRECTIONS
This event, led by Heather Sinclair (UBDC Information Services Officer), will focus on Adzuna job listings data and is relevant for current and prospective users of the Adzuna dataset.
This webinar is part of a series of events we have developed to facilitate discussion by the academic research community and data owners about sources, attributes and usage of employment data and associated research outputs.
Adzuna is a search engine for job advertisements and provides data about the job market. The dataset consists of full point-in-time snapshots with details of all advertisements appearing on adzuna.co.uk.
UBDC supported several Adzuna projects last year. In this webinar, researchers will share how the data has benefitted their projects. A representative from Adzuna will also provide an update on new Adzuna data fields, and there will be an opportunity to ask our experts your questions about the data.
- Welcome and introduction to the webinar
- Presentation from an Adzuna data user about the findings from his research and blog
- Short introduction from an Adzuna representative about new data fields
- Presentation from UBDC’s Senior Researcher about his Adzuna data project
- Questions answered
- Close of webinar
Benefits of attending
- Meet virtually and chat with other UBDC Adzuna data users
- Learn from other researchers’ experiences of using Adzuna data
- Provide feedback from your experiences of using the data
- Receive answers to your questions about the data
Data and software requirements
Please note that we will not be using the data in this webinar, so you will not need to have access to it during the session.
Who should attend
This webinar is for prospective and current users of Adzuna data.
Registration for this online event is available via Eventbrite and full details and instructions for joining will be circulated post-registration.
When registering for the event, please also consider signing up for the UBDC Employment data mailing list to join the discussion about about sources, attributes, usage of employment data and associated research.