Today, with the launch of our expanded Job Posting Analytics, we are excited to bring our clients the most comprehensive integration of real-time and traditional labor market information on the market.
The update–which enables filtering by skill, title, certification, and company–brings a cutting-edge level of specificity to analyzing employer demand. It also brings our clients the most comprehensive integration of traditional and real-time labor market data available.
The sixth annual Emsi conference will take place in Coeur d’Alene, ID on October 17-19, 2016. Come hear what MCC has done—and learned—so far in using clearly marked pathways to improve student experience and outcomes.
Emsi’s newly improved Job Postings Analytics (JPA) is now available with the latest release of Analyst and Developer, our labor market analysis tools. Focused on granularity of both location and skill, our revamped JPA aims to help users gain a richer understanding of the economy in a given region.
Drive Time is a new way to pinpoint a region to analyze in Analyst. It lets you see ZIP codes or counties in a given drive time from a city, business, intersection, address, or landmark. And it’s powered by the Google Maps engine that we launched in Analyst in December.
Emsi 2016.1 is now available to Analyst clients. The data release includes updated data sources and exciting changes to the I-O model.
Emsi’s I-O model will feature updated methodology that brings unparalleled granularity and accuracy to I-O scenarios run in the US.
Emsi’s 2015.4 dataset, the latest quarterly data release for Analyst, is now available. In this data release, Analyst clients will see new data from some updated sources. There are also a couple of methodology changes. Updated Data Sources in This Release Quarterly Census of Employment & Wages, Q1 2015 (BLS). This is the most complete source for wage […]
Watch our webinar on how best to incorporate labor market data in your TechHire grant application and check out other grant-related resources.
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