Support activities for mining shed 85,000 jobs from 2014–2015. Oil and gas extraction didn’t fare much better. What does this mean for economic development?
One of the most important concerns of colleges, universities, and training providers is that of supplying talent to local businesses. Identifying the industries that have a strong presence in your region is a great start, but Analyst can help you take that process a step further by pinpointing the occupations they need in order to […]
Drive Time is a new way to pinpoint a region to analyze in Analyst. It lets you see ZIP codes or counties in a given drive time from a city, business, intersection, address, or landmark. And it’s powered by the Google Maps engine that we launched in Analyst in December.
On April 21, education and economic development leaders in Decatur, Illinois, will discuss how they’re using Career Coach to address the local skills gap.
Emsi’s I-O model will feature updated methodology that brings unparalleled granularity and accuracy to I-O scenarios run in the US.
Richland Community College partnered with local agencies to provide Career Coach, a shared community resource that links Richland’s programs to local jobs.
This is the story of how local economic development officials used Emsi data not to convince Switch to locate a data center in West Michigan, but to help inform legislators and community stakeholders about the impact Switch’s expansion could have on the regional economy.
The Washington State University School of Economic Sciences released a report this week that takes a wide-ranging look at the state’s agricultural activity.
Wal-Mart would love to chip away at Amazon’s online retail dominance, and attracting top-shelf software developer talent—especially coaxing that talent from Amazon—would be a big step toward doing that.
In an effort to better bless our clients, we’ve created customer service teams focused on higher ed, economic and workforce development, and talent acquisition. Read more about the change, and watch a video of our customer service leaders talking about our new approach.