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 […]
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What factors are most important to teenagers when considering future careers? Do they know what opportunities are available, or how to achieve their goals? What are their salary expectations? What industries and occupations are they interested in, and are those jobs in-demand?
EMSI 2015.3 is now available to Analyst clients. The most significant changes in this data release are updated versions of certain data sources as well as a few methodology changes.
In honor of Veteran’s Day, here are some stories about how colleges have successfully used Career Coach’s MOC to SOC mapping to help veteran students identify opportunities and the education programs that can get them there.
EMSI realizes that data and actionable information are not one in the same. You may have access to a variety of data, but it isn’t helpful unless you can understand it, explain it, and apply it. That’s why we offer EMSI Certification and Career Coach Advanced Training.
We are pleased to announce the EMSI knowledge base for Canada—a new website that gives you easy access to information, support, and answers to commonly asked questions about EMSI labour market data. Here you can also submit your own questions and learn about training opportunities.
The fifth annual EMSI conference took place September 21-23 in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Here are some of our favorite sound bites from speakers and attendees as we discussed “Know Your Workforce: The Intersection of Talent and Careers.”
Fresh back from three days in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, we can’t help but agree with our guests: This was the best EMSI conference yet. Fantastic speakers. Insightful presentations. Thought-provoking discussions. Great fellowship. And with bright skies and warm breezes from start to finish, the fine September weather completely outdid itself.
On Wednesday, August 19th (2:00 p.m. EST), Kansas Independent College Association (KICA) President Matt Lindsey will join EMSI economists in a conversation about how KICA successfully used economic impact data to maintain visibility, encourage student and community engagement, and increase student aid funding.