Inomics Media Kit
INOMICS announces the release of its latest Handbook, a career magazine for Economists
May 30th, 2018 - INOMICS, a recruitment platform for students, academics and professionals in the field of Economics, Business and Social Sciences, released their 2nd edition of Handbook, the annual career guide for Economists.
INOMICS Salary Report 2018 finds a worldwide closing of gender pay disparity across several academic positions
March 29th, 2018 - INOMICS, a recruitment platform for academics and professionals, released their sixth annual Salary Report exposing salary changes 2017 and previous years in terms of gender, geographical location, level of education among other factors.
INOMICS supports an Economics student in attending a conference in Canada, with a €500 grant
December 22nd, 2017 - INOMICS announces the winner of its third edition of the annual Conference Grant Contest, which was held between 28th September and 10th December 2017. The contest was open to all INOMICS users and was shared through various channels including social media, INOMICS’ partner institutions and at many reputable conferences. Participants had a chance to win a €500 grant to cover the accommodation, travel or registration costs related to an event posted on the INOMICS platform that they are planning to attend.
INOMICS Conference Grant Contest 2017 is open
September 28th, 2017 - The annual INOMICS Conference Grant Contest opens today, September 26th, 2017. This is already the 3rd edition of the contest hosted on our website. Each year, participants can enter for a chance to win a €500 grant to cover the costs of the conference of their choice. The grant can be used to cover travel, accommodations, and/or registration costs for an intended conference. INOMICS looks forward to helping one passionate, driven student or academic attend their dream conference.
Federal Reserve Board and Princeton University considered as top institutions for economists to work for
August 4th, 2017 - The INOMICS Employer Ranking results were announced today as part of the INOMICS Handbook, a complete career guide compiled specially for economists. Princeton University occupied the first place amongst top universities for economists to work for thanks to the first-class academic reputation as well as good working conditions and high employee satisfaction. Additionally, the Federal Reserve Board scored the highest among top institutions with good career opportunities for economists.
The INOMICS Handbook, a new career guide for economists, will be launched on 4 August
July 31st, 2017 - INOMICS, a leading recruitment platform for students, academics and professionals in economics, business and finance, is to release the first INOMICS Handbook on Friday 4 August. The INOMICS Handbook is a complete career guide compiled specifically for economists.
INOMICS Releases Salary Report 2016 for Economists
December 14th, 2016 - INOMICS releases its fourth annual Salary Report on Monday, December 19, 2016. The report reflects job market and salary trends for economists, ranging from those just starting their Master’s to those working as senior professors or researchers in academia and the private sector. The findings are based on almost 2000 responses from 99 countries to a survey conducted between August and October 2016.
INOMICS supports a young professor in attending an academic event in the Netherlands, with a €500 grant
October 27th, 2016 - INOMICS announces the winner of its 2016 edition of the annual Conference Grant Contest, which was held between 1st August and 14th October 2016. The contest was open to all INOMICS users and was shared through various channels including social media, INOMICS’ partner institutions and at many reputable conferences. Participants had a chance to win a €500 grant to cover the accommodation, travel or registration costs related to an event posted on the INOMICS platform that they are planning to attend.
INOMICS launches the Salary Survey 2016
August 16th, 2016 - INOMICS is launching the new Salary Survey in order to collect data for the 2016 edition of its annual Salary Report. The Salary Report reflects job market trends in order to provide useful information for students, academia and non-academia professionals and recruiters.
INOMICS Conference Grant Contest 2016 Opening Today
August 1st, 2016 - The annual INOMICS Conference Grant Contest opens today, August 1st 2016. Each year, participants can enter for a chance to win a €500 grant to cover the costs of the conference of their choice. The grant can be used to cover travel, accommodations, and/or registration costs for an intended conference. INOMICS looks forward to helping one passionate, driven academic attend their dream conference.
World leading online Economics platform expands to serve more disciplines
July 27th, 2016 - The people behind INOMICS have created the 11 Academia Networks – a unique network of online niche platforms for academics, students and professionals alike, neatly tailored to suit subject specific needs of people at different stages of their careers in varying disciplines.
Asia Exchange and INOMICS begin cooperation to support international exchange students
July 26th, 2016 - Asia Exchange and INOMICS have announced a partnership to support international exchange students in their education and career development.
INOMICS Releases Salary Report 2015 for Academics
December 10th, 2015 - INOMICS, a recruitment network for academics and professionals, releases its annual Salary Report on Thursday, December 10, 2015. The report offers key insight into the academic job market.
Housing Anywhere and INOMICS announce partnership to support international study abroad programs
November 12th, 2015 - Housing Anywhere and INOMICS have announced a partnership to support students planning to spend time studying at a university in another country. The two European will now share their respective information and advice for internationally focused students via both networks. This includes information about study programs, so far offered by INOMICS, and information about international student accommodation, so far offered by Housing Anywhere.
INOMICS supports PhD student’s academic career with awarding of conference grant
October 26th, 2015 - INOMICS, an online platform for academics, announces the winner of its Conference Grant Contest 2015, organized between 9 September and 15 October 2015. The contest was open to all INOMICS users. Entrants to the contest had a chance to win a €500 grant to cover the accommodation, travel or registration costs related to an event posted on the INOMICS platform that they are planning to attend.
INOMICS customers can now edit their announcements
October 26th, 2015 - INOMICS have released the first update in a series of new features designed to optimize marketing and recruitment campaigns for HR professionals, event organisers and student recruitment officers. The new edit function released this month gives customers posting jobs, courses, conferences, programs or scholarships on INOMICS the ability to edit and correct their announcements after publication.
Netherlands, Switzerland and Canada are the best countries for Academics, according to the new INOMICS report “Top Academic Institutions 2015”
April 27th, 2015 - INOMICS, an online platform for academics, releases results of a survey revealing the top institutions and countries for academics to work in. The results are based on responses from more than a thousand academics from all over the world, mostly employed at universities as professors.
New Report shows Job Market Trends for Economics & Finance Professionals European Economists earn 30% less than Americans, worldwide even greater discrepancies
November 6th, 2013 - INOMICS, an economics and finance recruitment network, on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 releases a worldwide overview of the economics job market. The Report is based on a survey between April and June 2013, in which 2,380 professionals and recruiters in the academic job market for economists answered questions about salaries, international professional mobility, the value of different levels of academic degree, and other issues related to economics and finance careers.
INOMICS releases “Economics Job Market Report 2012” with detailed findings on the Global Job Market for Economists
October 10th, 2012 - The INOMICS Job Market Report 2012 reveals the latest trends in the academic job market for economists worldwide. Key findings include detailed salaries and salary growth information, recruiter and candidate preferences, the highdemand fields of specialization, the value of academic degrees, and the most important skills and qualifications economists should pay attention to when in the academic job market.
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The INOMICS 2016 Salary Survey
April 1st, 2017 - INOMICS has been offering students and professionals a comprehensive online resource for their academic and career choices since 1998. Amongst the services it provides is an Annual Salary Report. The 2016 Report was published just after our January issue went to press. Here is a summary of its main findings.
Asia Exchange launches cooperation with INOMICS
July 26th, 2016 - Asia Exchange has reached new milestones in 2016 by continuing fast growth and attracting a record number of outgoing students to Asian universities. To support its global networks and rapid internationalization, Asia Exchange has launched a cooperation with Berlin-based INOMICS, an international service for people in economics, business and finance.
Human behavior trove lures economists to US tech titans
January 3rd, 2014 - Wooing this year’s best graduate students in economics will be familiar faces from Harvard, Princeton and other U.S. universities seeking assistant professors -- and EBay Inc.’s not yet three-year-old economic research team.
Job Market Could Be Picking Up for Economics Grad Students
November 27th, 2013 - The fortunes of economics graduate students appear to be on the rise. While colleges and universities have yet to expand their departments significantly, retirements could open up positions for aspiring academics.
Se vuoi fare soldi non studiare troppo (in Italia perlomeno)
April 23rd, 2014 - È uscito in settimana l'Economics Job Market Reports 2013 di INOMICS piattaforma internazionale che riunisce professionisti e organizzazioni e facilita l'interscambio accademico e professionale nel campo delle Scienze Economiche e Finanziarie.
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