Oxford Economics is the world's foremost independent economic advisory firm, and we are always looking for top talent to join our expanding team. View our current jobs, placements, and graduate schemes below.

Current Vacancies


We are always seeking top talent to join our successful teams of innovators, economists and business and thought leaders. As a member of our team, you will be an integral part of our global growth plans and would join a world-class company at the forefront of our industry. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with professionals from various backgrounds and countries. You will contribute to a culture that is focused on diversity, inclusion and development.

Roles at Oxford Economics

Our core values are excellence, collaboration, passion and curiosity. Our people are our most valued assets which is why we always aim to provide a great environment for our teams.

Experienced Economist

We are looking for economists with significant previous experience and the ambition to develop their careers. Do you have excellent analytical, quantitative and communication skills? Are you able to communicate complex issues in a clear and concise way? Do you have demonstrated interest in data analysis, economic development and public policy?


Technology plays a vital role for us, our team is driving growth through sector-leading data tools and models designed to be user friendly, as well as the creation and deployment of digital experiences across touchpoints. Are you skilled in modern, agile web development, data analytics and visualisation or global IT security and delivery services?

Sales & Marketing

As we expand our global operations, we have positions available for sales and marketing professionals. Are you knowledgeable about global economics and business? Do you have a proven track record in selling subscription services and research? Do you have marketing & communication skills and experience in promoting services and products?

Develop your skills and kickstart your career with one of our early career programmes which, expands across graduate schemes, apprenticeships and placements.

Early Careers Programmes

Current vacancies

Browse our current vacancies and apply for roles.

Associate Business Development Manager/BDM – Nordics

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Macro Strategist

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Senior Economist – Economic Impact Consulting

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Head of Energy Forecasting

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Economist/Senior Economist – EMEA Macro Consulting

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Senior Software Engineer – AI Integration (Remote)

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Research Executive – Tourism Economics

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Economist – Scenarios & Macro Modelling

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Data Visualization Specialist

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Web Platform Developer

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Marketing Manager – Americas

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Senior Software Engineer – AI Integration (Remote)

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Business Development Manager – Consulting Services

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Business Development Executive – Asia & ANZ

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2025 Australia Graduate Program

Application deadline: 30/04/2025

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Business Development Manager – Germany

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Praktikum – Economic Impact Consulting

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Lead Economist – Economic Impact Consulting (Berlin or Frankfurt)

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Account Management Intern, Frankfurt

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Business Development Intern, Frankfurt

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Business Development Executive – Asia & ANZ

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Senior Business Development Manager – Asia

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Business Development Manager – Japan & South Korea

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1 out of 10

“I find working at Oxford Economics very rewarding, partly because close collaboration between our global teams allows for continuously developing new skills. Finding answers to complex problems contributes to the fulfilling work experience, as does delivering innovative solutions to clients across the world.”

Cobus de Hart, Director of Africa Consulting

2 out of 10

“I started my career as a graduate economist in 2008. Since then, I have had the opportunity to work across teams and have progressed in my career. The company has grown considerably during my time here, offering the opportunity to do collaborative research on emerging topics such as robotics and climate change.”

Abby Samp, Associate Director, Industry Subscription Services

3 out of 10

“Since joining Oxford Economics 4 years ago, I have had countless opportunities to develop my career as a professional economist. Every day we tackle a different subject, and the projects are varied and interesting. Having the opportunity to apply my knowledge beyond the textbooks has been invaluable in building an understanding of ‘real-world’ economics, and Oxford Economics has provided the perfect environment to explore new concepts and grow as an economist.”

George Bowen, Senior Economist, Cities Subscription Services

4 out of 10

“At Oxford Economics, I have the opportunity to thrive as an economist in a global environment that combines rigor and expertise with a collegial atmosphere. Being able to help our clients navigate this ever-changing economic landscape is the most rewarding part.”

Lydia Boussour, Lead Economist

5 out of 10

“Working at Oxford Economics is a truly global experience. Based in Greater China, I regularly work with our team of economists from across Asia and all other continents. It’s exciting to work on research that matters the most to our diversified clientele. I find the experience at OE really rewarding.”

Tommy Wu, Lead Economist

6 out of 10

“What I like the most about working at Oxford Economics is the opportunity every day to collaborate with a global team of expert researchers, economists and data analysts on important studies that can help people make better decisions about the future.”

Debra D'Agostino, Managing Director

7 out of 10

“I have been lucky to spend my entire career at Oxford Economics, where the flexible environment has provided continuous opportunities for learning and growth. Projects are interesting and relevant, and friendly colleagues are always willing to help.”

Amy McAlister, Lead Economist for EMEA Macro Consultancy

8 out of 10

“My time as a graduate economist at Oxford Economics has been an interesting and all-round positive experience. As the teams are small, I have worked alongside and learnt from experienced, senior colleagues from my first day. Furthermore, contributing to client deliverables on a daily basis has made me feel valued.”

Andrew Graham, Graduate Economist

9 out of 10

“The BIS Oxford Economics graduate programme has been an excellent environment to start my career in economics. The trust placed in grads to make a contribution to a range of tasks as varied as hosting webinars, publishing materials and contributing to the development of my team’s offerings from day one has meant that there’s never been a boring moment.”

Michael Dyer, Economic Analyst

10 out of 10

“Very exciting to have been interviewed by the Economic Review and published in their magazine for A Level students. Was nice to share my experience of my placement year at Oxford Economics and encourage others to undertake a placement year themselves.” 

Morgan Ansell, Placement Student


Oxford Economics believes that to be the world leader in global economic forecasting and quantitative analysis, we need to provide a great place to work for our team to thrive – that’s the difference between a good company and a great company.

Women+ Network

Oxford Economics Women+ celebrates and fosters the progression of women at Oxford Economics. We run regular events to build social and professional connections, develop mentorship opportunities and learn from each other. The network sits within OE’s broader Diversity and Inclusion initiative, and advocates for women within the company and beyond by supporting outreach and diverse recruitment at all levels.

Gender Pay Gap Report

Our Gender Pay Gap Report for the UK, based on data from April 2023 is now available to download. This includes:

  • An analysis of Oxford Economics UK workforce.
  • Oxford Economics’ gender pay gap report.
  • Statutory disclosures.
  • An analysis of Oxford Economics gender pay gap data.
  • Actions taken by Oxford Economics to improve gender diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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The perks of joining Oxford Economics include more than working with top talent, we take care of our teams and their wellbeing by providing them with a comprehensive benefit package*. We’re looking to support you and help you maintain a healthy work-life balance. You can expect to benefit from private health care, flexible working and advantageous childcare policies.

Competitive market salary
Comfortable offices
Flexible working
Private health care
New childcare policies
Training schemes
Cycle to work scheme
Transparent appraisal progression
Monthly socials
Fresh fruits
Summer and winter parties
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