We are thrilled to announce that EMSI Certification is now open for enrollment. The goal of Certification is for you to become an authority on EMSI data and methodology so that you are the go-to for great data — and so that you can make even better decisions for your community.
We’re pleased to announce that the beta, or preview, version of our 2014.1 data release is now available to Analyst subscribers. The most significant changes in this release are due to updated data sources.
Blinn College, a four-campus community college northwest of Houston, has already been recognized as having the highest academic transfer rate in the nation (at 49.7%, it’s 20% higher than the average in Texas). Now, after commissioning an economic impact study with EMSI, the college and the communities it serves have an up-to-date estimate of Blinn’s impact on the region.
Long-term unemployment continues to be a sticky issue long after the official end of the recession, and the Department of Labor is looking to community colleges and workforce investments boards — along with businesses — to help retrain people who have been out of work at least six months.
From EMSI’s very earliest days, the Economic Impact Study has been one of our foundational products. Now, the professional services team responsible for producing impact studies is proud to present the Gap Analysis Report, which is a great complement to the standard EIS as well as a powerful stand-alone report. What is the Gap Analysis [...]
EMSI’s nationwide economic impact study, released this week by the American Association of Community Colleges, shows the net total impact of community colleges on the U.S. economy was $809 billion in 2012.
“What is EMSI Certification?” “Is it the same as Analyst training?” Here are some important facts about the new EMSI Certification Program, as well as answers to FAQs and an overview of the program.
Here’s an overview of what EMSI’s working on for 2014. New products, new services, new events,
To find the best jobs for 2014, EMSI and CareerBuilder focused on occupations that are thriving since 2010, the first full year of the recovery, and those projected to see an uptick in employment over the next year. We also looked at the best cities — both the stalwarts and surprises — for each job.
As part of today’s launch, EMSI produced a briefing on potential skills gaps for middle-skill workers in the nation’s 100 largest metros. The briefing was part of lunchtime panel moderated by Walter Isaacson, president & CEO of the Aspen Institute, and featuring JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and former Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council Melody Barnes.