September is Workforce Development Professionals month, so we sought out Nanette Robertson, a veteran of the field, to describe the workforce development field.
Our new regional comparison report, available in the Tools for Attraction section of Emsi Developer, provides a focused, side-by-side look at key economic and workforce stats across regions.
The fastest-growing programs all experienced exemplary growth in 2015—adding thousands of additional graduates to the labor market. We compared two program groups based on 2015 completions: those with less than 20,000 and those with more than 20,000.
Skilled job growth is an important metric, and a few somewhat surprising counties top of list. In this post, we dive into results from our Talent Attraction Scorecard.
On Thursday, September 29 (2:00 p.m. EST), Emsi will host members of the Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) team in a webinar on how the college has boosted student engagement by helping students set and pursue career goals.
See how Allegany College of Maryland uses internal and third-party data to prove its economic impact for donors, government officials, and the community. The college also uses this data to show interested parties what return on investment they can expect.
Talent attraction initiatives are popping up across the country as communities, regions, and states realize that without skilled talent, their businesses and economies can’t fully prosper. This is why we produced The Talent Attraction Scorecard.