Finding a career and picking an education shouldn’t feel overwhelming. To help, EMSI and CareerBuilder are launching the Find Your Calling initiative.
For several years, EMSI has included workforce demographic data by age and gender within Analyst, our labor market research tool. With our most recent update, we’ve added race/ethnicity data for every occupation and industry (both broad and detailed) for every region in the U.S.
The short version is that we use a combination of government-published sources at the national, state, and regional level and a combination of the short-, mid-, and long-term trend lines. If you’re after something a little more detailed, read on
EMSI has been working with Chase in analyzing middle-skill labor market demand in nine metros, focusing on specific industries in each metro. The first of these reports, looking at the skills gap for New York City, was published in late October.
EMSI is very excited to introduce a handful of new updates to Analyst, our web-based labor market data and analysis tool. We’ve been working on these for a while and hope they will help our clients to do even more with our data.
The annual EMSI conference has been one of the highlights of our year ever since we kicked it off in 2011, and last month was no exception. Hosted in the gorgeous Coeur d’Alene Resort in downtown Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, the fourth annual Leadership Conference offered nearly 100 guests a two-and-a-half day opportunity to be inspired by some of […]
On December 4, we will host the second webinar of our new series Gearing Up for WIOA Success, which highlights the ways EMSI can help workforce developers become front-runners in the areas specifically encouraged by WIOA.
In a recent report, Gateway announced that the results of their EIS determined an impact of $933.2 million in income to the college’s regional economy.
EMSI’s forecast shows that U.S. employers added 247,000 net jobs in October. Like the BLS’s report, this new jobs figure covers total nonfarm payroll employment, including government jobs. This predicted increase would be on par with the 248,000 jobs added in September and would continue the labor market’s positive trajectory in 2014.
There are a variety of resources available to economic development organizations that help them serve local businesses and empower their regional economies. Jo Ann Giese-Kent, director of entrepreneurship and business intelligence at the Fond du Lac County (Wisconsin) Economic Development Corporation, is taking those resources a step further.