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Adzuna​ ​Announces​ ​Office​ for ​National​ ​Statistics​ Data​ Partnership

Adzuna, Europe’s fastest-growing job search engine today announced a strategic, data-sharing partnership with the Office of National Statistics (ONS).

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Under the terms of the partnership, Adzuna will provide comprehensive, high-quality, real-time data on advertised vacancies and salaries, supplementing the organisation’s current expertise in data on in-employment and unemployment trends. 

The move comes as part of an ONS initiative to continuously improve its data provision on the UK labour market, widening its reach and enhancing its source data on the UK job vacancy count.

Adzuna, launched by the team behind Gumtree, Zoopla and Qype in 2011 has demonstrated impressive growth in the past 6 years, growing to more than 10 million monthly unique visitors, operating in 16 countries, and reaching profitability and with multi-million annual revenue. Adzuna is also soon to graduate from the Government’s prestigious Future Fifty Programme, has recently featured around the Capital with advertising on London’s buses, and has surpassed 5 million registered users.

Adzuna is already the market leader in giving users transparency about UK employment data - showing salary data for thousands of keyword and location combinations on our site, provide the PM and press with labour market data, and offer their Jobsworth salary predictor against every ad with no salary. 

Doug Monro, co-founder of Adzuna, said : “Forward-looking data on job vacancies is at the very heart of what Adzuna do, and we are thrilled to be in a position to potentially help shape the future of official UK job market data.”

The Office for National Statistcis is pleased to be using this data as one of the sources feeding into the research work being carried out to enhance current knowledge of the advertsied job vacancy topic.