Now within Job Posting Analytics reports in Analyst and Developer, users can view the full text of the most relevant and recent job postings tailored to their search.
What if you could search Emsi’s job postings database for anything? Really. Anything. Keyword search functionality opens up a world of unexplored analysis for users—from emerging skills and to extremely granular keyword searches.
Our data scientists and engineers always cooking up new prototypes. We started Emsi Labs to give you a look behind the scenes—providing access to exclusive data and a glimpse into the the future of labor market information.
Site location experts named talent attraction and other workforce development-focused issues as key economic development trends. Inequality is another key theme mentioned at IEDC that is getting more attention.
Metros areas like Riverside and Reno where warehousing is most densely concentrated have a greater chance at losing jobs with advances in automation.
Our new regional comparison report, available in the Tools for Attraction section of Emsi Developer, provides a focused, side-by-side look at key economic and workforce stats across regions.
Skilled job growth is an important metric, and a few somewhat surprising counties top of list. In this post, we dive into results from our Talent Attraction Scorecard.
Talent attraction initiatives are popping up across the country as communities, regions, and states realize that without skilled talent, their businesses and economies can’t fully prosper. This is why we produced The Talent Attraction Scorecard.
On Oct. 20, leaders in workforce and economic development will gather in Moscow, Idaho, for Emsi’s inaugural workforce summit. The all-day summit will feature roundtable discussion and Q&A with national, state, and regional workforce experts centered on the future of workforce development.
We examine the growth in professional and business services, the fastest-growing sector in July. Are these all quality jobs? And where is the growth?