Rosie previously worked at Oxford Economics where she specialised in migration and labour market issues, such as the fiscal impact of immigration on the UK. She also has five years of experience in public policy, working for the central banks in the UK and Australia. While working for the Bank of England, she was involved in the analysis and forecasting of inflation and labour market indicators. At the Reserve Bank of Australia, she focused on a wide range of topics, including household inequality.
Rosie holds a first class Honours degree in Economics and a Bachelor of Economics/International Studies from the University of Adelaide.