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Expert Economic Insights

Labor market
& talent strategy 


I help businesses understand how the economic environment
impacts hiring, compensation and employee retention.

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Labor Market Analysis

15 years of economic and labor market analysis, including the supply and demand of talent by industry, location and job type.


Hiring & Industry Outlooks

Forecasting trends for hiring, turnover and compensation that will impact growth and business decisions.


Compensation Strategy

Insights into compensation trends for specific jobs and locations, including how businesses can set and scale their compensation strategies.

Available for events, podcasts, TV and radio 

Mallory Vachon, PhD

Senior economist for LaborIQ, Mallory leads the research team that produces key insights and forecasts related to the labor market. She delivers presentations on how labor market and economic trends impact hiring business decisions for executive groups HR associations, universities and media outlets across the nation.

Mallory’s expertise lies in supplying HR and business leaders with actionable insights into business, talent and compensation strategies. Her work has been featured in Bloomberg, Business Insider, The Dallas Morning News, among others.

Vachon received her Ph.D. in Economics from Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.

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Key Data for Hiring, Retention & Compensation Planning 

Customized for your audience.
Presentations can be catered to a specific location, industry and/or occupation. 

Breakout Sessions

Speaking sessions on labor market trends and forecasts for conferences, trade associations, HR groups, company and executive events.

Media Interviews

Media interviews on the job market, hiring, talent and compensation strategy with local and national publications.

Group Presentations

Group presentations on the labor market and trends for specific industries and jobs, including executive teams and HR leaders.


Mallory has been featured and quoted in








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