- College PortalTen years ago, EMSI (then CCbenefits) started conducting economic impact studies to show colleges the impact they have on the economy and workforce. Learn about our offerings for colleges today.
- EMSI Conference 2013The third annual EMSI conference will take place in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, October 14-16, 2013. Come to share best practices, meet other EMSI users, hear from the EMSI team, get face-to-face coaching from our expert staff, and more.
- Workforce Planning and Talent Strategy EMSI has recently started to field more requests from workforce planning professionals. If you have questions about how our labor market information can support your talent strategy, please click here.
- Impact Studies for Higher Ed EMSI’s Economic Impact Study estimates the impact of colleges and universities in terms of job and income formation, higher earnings captured by students, returns to taxpayers, and a broad collection of social benefits and avoided costs.
I can do a lot of analysis in a hurry with EMSI.Mark Schill, Praxis Strategy Group
With EMSI I'm able to look at the big economic picture for our region.Matt McCauley, Northwest Michigan Council of Governments
Of all the data tools I use, I find EMSI's to be the one that I use literally every day.Scott Sheely, Lancaster County WIB
I can't imagine writing grants for a community college without EMSI.Leslie VanHoy, Spartanburg Community College
With EMSI we’re able to back up everything we see in the field with solid data.Sam Spitzer, Workforce Development Council Snohomish County
We were able to take EMSI data and in real time plug it into policy-making discussions.Chuck Flacks, San Diego Workforce Partnership
Having access to multiple data sources in one, easy-to-use application is a tremendous tool for a local WIB.Kathie Price, Southwest (OK) WIB
It’s easier to find the labor talent you’re looking for if you know where to find them. Talent Market Analyst makes this search simpler by showing recruiting conditions in every part of the country, as we found in this look at Houston’s demand for software developers.