The economy shapes our lives, and we—through all the economic activity we generate—shape it. We looked at how certain behaviors, like the rise in “foodies” and non-traditional driving services, have changed the job market.
Emsi’s newly improved Job Postings Analytics (JPA) is now available with the latest release of Analyst and Developer, our labor market analysis tools. Focused on granularity of both location and skill, our revamped JPA aims to help users gain a richer understanding of the economy in a given region.
Brian Kelsey will lead a team of distinguished speakers at the fifth annual National EMSI Conference in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, September 21-23, where presentations and panel discussions will center on Know Your Workforce: Understanding the Intersection of Talent and Careers. A longtime EMSI friend and partner, Brian is the principal and founder of Civic Analytics and an accomplished speaker, researcher, and […]
As cars revolutionized the way we get from point A to point B, so technology and information have revolutionized the way we get from question to answer. We are making smart, informed decisions faster than anyone else in history.
In our recent analysis with CareerBuilder, we distilled the top occupations whose monthly job postings are distinctly higher than the number of hires—meaning employers advertising for those jobs are on a vigorous hunt for talent. In this post we wanted to dig deeper.
With nearly 9,000 new jobs (9% growth) since 2009, the chefs and head cooks occupation looks promising for those who want to forge a dependable career with a spatula.
To find the best jobs for 2014, EMSI and CareerBuilder focused on occupations that are thriving since 2010, the first full year of the recovery, and those projected to see an uptick in employment over the next year. We also looked at the best cities — both the stalwarts and surprises — for each job.
What kind of jobs make the Canadian economy tick? While the general perception is that the growth in Canada’s economy is largely due to the success of oil and gas-related jobs, a closer look at city-by-city data makes it clear that there is a wide range of high-paying occupations adding a considerable number of jobs. […]
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.
To give you an idea of what Analyst for Canada can do, we thought we would start by getting a broad picture of Canada’s workforce in 2012. We’re going to use Analyst to find out what the best-paying, fastest-growing jobs in Canada were in 2012, and where they’re growing the fastest.