A Look at West Michigan’s Sky-High Engineering Job Growth

RightPlace

Recent job growth has inspired The Right Place Inc. (an economic development organization in Grant Rapids, Michigan) to promote an understanding of local engineering demand. In fact, the Right Place Inc. recently used EMSI data to conduct an analysis of regional engineering employment, published last weekend in a local business...
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Pitt Community College Uses EMSI’s Gap Analysis Report to Boost Strategic and Program Planning

PCC

In a time of nationwide budget cuts and declining enrollment, no community college can afford to offer programs that don’t benefit its students and local economy. But how can colleges ensure that their programs are what students and the regional workforce actually need? How can they determine whether to build new programs or downsize old ones? How can they do all of this with limited time and...
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Q&A With Corey Bucher, Speaker at 2015 EMSI Conference

Corey Bucher

Dr. Corey Bucher, director of workforce research and advanced analytics for Lowe’s Companies, Inc., is a speaker at the fifth annual National EMSI Conference in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, September 21-23. Below is an interview we conducted with Dr. Bucher on his work, his inspiration, and his talk at the upcoming conference....
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Revamped Graduate School USA Wins $1.1M in Grants to Support DC Workforce Development Programs

GraduateSchool

In support of its efforts to help DC prosper, Graduate School USA received two grants with a combined value of over $1.1 million from the Office of the State Superintendent for Education (OSSE), in partnership with the Department of Employment Services...
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NYU Research Captures New York City’s Key Occupations and Post-Recession Creative Economy

New York City The Great Reset

Richard Florida and a team of researchers at the NYU School of Professional Studies recently published a new report that uses EMSI data and other sources to trace NYC's industrial and occupational clusters, changing real estate patterns, and evolving class structure. This rich analysis was also featured in Florida's CityLab...
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