EMSI Updates


New Analyst for Canada

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Today, we are pleased to announce the release of the new, redesigned Analyst for Canada, featuring EMSI’s comprehensive labour market data in a simplified, more intuitive interface so that using the data is faster and easier than ever. We are very excited to deliver this refined version of our flagship tool and are confident it will enhance our clients’ ability […]


InfoUSA Data Now Available in Analyst and Developer

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EMSI is pleased to announce that we switched providers for the business data in Analyst. After reviewing the breadth and accuracy of several vendors’ offerings, EMSI has selected InfoUSA as our new source of business listings. If you currently subscribe to business data in Analyst, you should have seen a switch from Equifax to InfoUSA in late May.


EMSI’s April Forecast: 160K Jobs Gained

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In mid-2014, we introduced the EMSI Job Forecast, a prediction of the previous month’s change in employment three days before the BLS releases its initial number. The goal of our forecast, which is based on a number of leading labor market indicators and data releases, is to give an early look at the current state of the labor market.


EMSI 2015.1 Data Now Available

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EMSI’s latest quarterly release, 2015.1, is now available to Analyst clients. The most significant changes in this release are updated versions of certain data sources.


Santa Fe College: The Latest EMSI Client to Win Aspen Prize

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Every other year, the Aspen Institute and its partners recognize one college that is outstanding in the areas of student learning, certificate and degree completion, transfer rates, access and success for minority and low-income students, and rates of employment and earning for graduates. EMSI clients have consistently won the award.


EMSI’s March Forecast: 239K Jobs Gained

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In mid-2014, we introduced the EMSI Job Forecast, a prediction of the previous month’s change in employment three days before the BLS releases its initial number. The goal of our forecast, which is based on a number of leading labor market indicators and data releases, is to give an early look at the current state of the labor market.