As iCIMS’ chief economist, Josh Wright leads a team of data scientists in analyzing U.S. labor market trends. With nearly 15 years of experience, Wright previously served as a U.S. economist with Bloomberg L.P., and was a staff researcher at the Federal Reserve. Wright holds a bachelor’s degree from Yale University and a master’s degree in public policy from Harvard University. His publications span academic and policy journals, popular blogs, and major media outlets.
Content authored by Josh Wright
Recruiting data for the greater good
Some of our society’s greatest strides come when the private sector innovates on the back of foundational work by the public sector. The HR profession stands on the precipice of… Read more
Healthcare Hiring: A Forward March.
It was reportedly Ted Kennedy’s greatest regret and it proved to be Hillary Clinton’s first banana peel on the national stage. President Donald J. Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan… Read more
Things Have Changed: Why Overtime Pay Rule Changes Are Long Overdue.
With a new presidential administration poised to take office, the outlook for many areas of public policy remains unusually uncertain. Not least of these, of course, is the federal rule… Read more
Election 2016: Hiring Trends In Swing States
We all know the 2016 election will be a special one, and not just because it features two of the least popular candidates in recent memory. Less widely discussed is… Read more