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Want to advance real reforms that lead to economic justice, racial justice, and gender equity? Join us at EPI.

The Economic Policy Institute (EPI) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank that centers the economic interests of workers in research and policy debates in the United States. EPI is widely recognized for its authoritative analyses of economic inequality and is a key institution in the movement for economic justice.

EPI believes that having a diverse and inclusive workforce is essential to its core work. With a unionized staff, generous benefits, and the same pro-worker principles guiding both our culture and our work, EPI lives its values. Join EPI in advancing policies that enable all workers to share in the economic prosperity of our country.

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Open positions

Research Assistant – State Policy and Research/EARN at EPI 

The Economic Policy Institute (EPI), the nation’s leading progressive economic think tank, is seeking a Research Assistant (RA) who is highly organized, detail-oriented, adaptable, and can gather, understand, analyze, and compellingly present a wide variety of economic data.... Read more

Web Developer

Position: Web Reports to: Communications Position Location: Washington, Pay range: $90K to $120K (Exempt, full The Economic Policy Institute (EPI) is seeking a Web Developer, who is enthusiastic, independent, and collegial and who will be responsible for maintaining the organization’s web properties and transforming those sites to be even more accessible, usable and Please note that EPI is a hybrid workplace with attendance in our Washington, DC, office required at least two days per week (currently Tuesday and The Economic Policy Institute (EPI), the nation’s leading progressive economic think tank, is seeking a talented and motivated web developer to build front-end and back-end features for our websites.... Read more

Publications Editor

Position: Publications Reports to: Communications Position Location: Washington, Pay range: $85,000–$105,000 (Exempt, full The Economic Policy Institute (EPI) is seeking an excellent editor with high editorial standards; the capacity to quickly grasp a wide range of economic and public policy issues; and digital engagement savvy, with an understanding of how research can be best shared on social media and The editor will be responsible for editing long-form content and bolstering our mission to further build engagement of EPI’s research and analysis.... Read more