Hot on the heels of the recent announcement that EMSI will be building social media sharing into its Analyst tools, we’ve put together a video overview of just how easy it is to share data with the world. Take a look.
The “beta” version of EMSI’s 2013.3 data release for Canada is now available in Analyst, EMSI’s labor market research tool. The most significant change in this release is the use of updated versions of key data sources, particularly the inclusion of data from the 2011 National Household Survey. Download the complete release notes here. Analyst users can [...]
Driver industries are those that play a key role in the economic vitality of a region by supplying quality, often high-paying jobs while also supporting job growth in other industries. These industries function as the primary engines for economic growth and stability because they export products and services and import vital dollars. Those dollars then circulate [...]
We’re making it easier for EMSI users to explain the world with data by adding social media sharing to Analyst.
EMSI is pleased to announce the availability of detailed historic labor market data for Brazil and France – two highly informative new sets of labor market data, available only in Analyst.
Explore the fabulous PowerPoints and slide decks of the presentations at the EMSI Conference 2013. Video recordings coming soon!
The third annual EMSI Conference (Oct. 14-16) was the biggest hit yet!
Analyst users can access 2013.4 beta by clicking the dataset version option in the black footer bar at the bottom of the screen in the tool.
We’ll have a full recap of the conference later on the blog, and you can read more on the speakers and talks at conference.economicmodeling.com. But for now, here’s a brief summary, in the form of a series of tweets.
There will be a Tennessee EMSI Users’ Conference on November 13-14, 2013, in Spring Hill, TN.