With a Doctorate Cum Laude in Economics from the University of the Basque Country under the supervision of Sara de la Rica, Gorjon began her professional career at FEDEA and has been a visiting researcher at the German Development Institute (DIE) in collaboration with the World Bank.
Her research fields include the labour market, gender and poverty, and she has numerous publications in international academic journals. At ISEAK, she is the coordinator of several projects, collaborating with national and regional public institutions and third-sector organisations.
Specifically, she has evaluated the impact of different public policies aimed at at-risk groups, highlighting minimum wage law, active employment policies, training programs for young people and the gender gap. In 2019, she was named as one of the 29 Spanish women under 35 most likely to revolutionise technology, finance and politics by Business Insider.