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An individual's education, age, and health status may present barriers or opportunities to employability, just as a region's economy, tax base, and number of immigrants and emigrants may affect job availability. RAND research examines the impact of a range of policies and forces—personal, regional, and global—on employment and unemployment.

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    Lucy Gilder

    Research Assistant
    Education M.Phil. in social anthropology, University of Cambridge

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    Joanna Hofman

    Associate Director
    Education M.Econ.Sc. in European economics and public affairs, University College Dublin, Ireland; M.A. in international relations, Warsaw University, Poland

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    Stijn Hoorens

    Office Director, RAND Europe Brussels, Senior Research Leader
    Education M.Sc. and B.Sc. in systems engineering, policy analysis, and management, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands

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    Peter Hudomiet

    Economist
    Education Ph.D. in economics, University of Michigan; M.A. in economics, Central European University; MSc in technical informatics, Budapest University of Technology and Economic

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    Barbara Janta

    Senior Analyst
    Education Ph.D. in employment research, University of Warwick; M.Phil. in sociology, Cambridge University; M.S. in sociology, Nicholas Copernicus University; M.A. in literature and linguistics, Nicholas Copernicus University

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    Linda Kunertova

    Research Assistant
    Education M.Sc. in economic policy, Utrecht University; B.A. in economics, Utrecht University

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    Molly F. McIntosh

    Associate Director, Forces and Resources Policy Center; Senior Economist
    Education Ph.D. in economics, Princeton University; M.A. in economics, Princeton University; B.A. in economics, UC Berkeley

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    Madeline Nightingale

    Senior Analyst
    Education D.Phil. in social policy, University of Oxford; M.Sc. in comparative social policy, University of Oxford; B.Sc. in social anthropology, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

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    Natalie Picken

    Analyst
    Education M.Phil. in early modern history, University of Cambridge; B.A. in history, University of Cambridge

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