Search start-up announces today that its job and housing market data is being used to inform Government decision making on the UK economy. Adzuna’s data features in the new data visualisation app built by the Cabinet Office digital team to bring real-time information to the top of the British government, along with information from other companies big and small.

The Dashboard is designed to keep the Prime Minister and senior figures across Government informed across a handful of key performance indicators - economic, political and governmental. The sections include data on trending topics from major search engines; Adzuna’s real-time stats on job vacancy numbers, salary trends and regional housing supply; economic indicators from the ONS; and information about government services, spending and efficiency.  

The app has been built by the Cabinet Office digital team and is currently in beta. It is presented in a web-friendly format with a design similar to the new sites, and can be accessed by senior government officials via iPad or desktop. The Dashboard has been almost a year in the making, with the latest beta release in October, and is being tested on key users before a roll out to other areas across government.

Doug Monro, Co-Founder of said "It’s great to see government taking a data-driven approach to decision making and supporting fast growing British technology start-ups like Adzuna. Because we list all of the available jobs and properties in the UK in our search engine, we’re able to provide comprehensive and up to date data to the government - just as we do for free for users on our website."

Further details of the app and Adzuna's data available upon request. Please contact for more details. is a search engine for classified ads which makes it easier for users to find the right job & property locally. We search thousands of websites so you don't have to, bring together millions of ads so you can find them all in one place, and organize them with useful features so that you can easily find what you need. was founded in 2011 by Andrew Hunter and Doug Monro, formerly of eBay, Gumtree, Qype and Zoopla and is backed by leading Venture Capital firms Passion Capital, The Accelerator Group and Index Ventures.  For more details, contact Andrew Hunter on

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