We are thrilled to announce that EMSI Certification is now open for enrollment. The goal of Certification is for you to become an authority on EMSI data and methodology so that you are the go-to for great data — and so that you can make even better decisions for your community.
EMSI’s nationwide economic impact study, released this week by the American Association of Community Colleges, shows the net total impact of community colleges on the U.S. economy was $809 billion in 2012.
Hot on the heels of the recent announcement that EMSI will be building social media sharing into our Analyst tools, we’ve put together a video overview of just how easy it is to share data with the world. Take a look.
Here is a quick summary of the various sections of EMSI Certification Program. Our goal is to test this at the EMSI conference in October, using the conference to collect feedback and improve each section. As a reminder, the EMSI conference is in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, October 14-16.
We’re excited to announce that later this summer we’ll begin to incorporate real-time job posting activity in Analyst, our web-based labor market research tool. We’ve carefully reviewed how best to include job posting analytics in our tools. Our goal is to provide the best and most current data for decision-making and analysis, and we’re eager to hear your feedback as we roll out this new data.
It’s easier to find the labor talent you’re looking for if you know where to find them. Talent Market Analyst makes this search simpler by showing recruiting conditions in every part of the country, as we found in this look at Houston’s demand for software developers.
The call center industry has undergone major geographic shifts over the last decade. But the states that have seen the greatest call center declines have the strongest economies in the U.S.
At least 3,000 coal miners in eastern Kentucky have lost their jobs since last year. This case study details how the region has responded, and how the area’s workforce group used EMSI data to reel in a multimillion-dollar grant to help retrain the out-of-work miners and their spouses.
There’s clear evidence that degree level matters when it comes to lifetime earnings. But another critical element is the actual job that a person chooses. We explore well-paying jobs that (often) take an associate’s degree to land.
Those who work with raw government employment data probably have felt the same frustration regarding suppressions. We look at why EMSI’s unsuppressed data is so valuable, using a recently published high-tech report as an example.