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.
A summary and video recording of our webinar with Florida State College at Jacksonville, who shared their experience deploying and integrating Career Coach into recruitment, orientation, and career advising programs in order to help students succeed.
The fastest-growing programs all experienced exemplary growth in 2015—adding thousands of additional graduates to the labor market. We compared two program groups based on 2015 completions: those with less than 20,000 and those with more than 20,000.
On Thursday, September 29 (2:00 p.m. EST), Emsi will host members of the Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) team in a webinar on how the college has boosted student engagement by helping students set and pursue career goals.
The update–which enables filtering by skill, title, certification, and company–brings a cutting-edge level of specificity to analyzing employer demand. It also brings our clients the most comprehensive integration of traditional and real-time labor market data available.
On April 19, Todd Oldham will discuss how Monroe Community College uses data to inform program decisions and meet regional employers’ needs. This is done, in large part, by developing career pathways and industry-focused accelerated programs.
The US’s teacher shortage has made headlines for a while now. Potential causes are numerous, but as our new analysis with CareerBuilder showed, there has been a sharp decline in education degree completions from 2010 to 2014 that could be contributing to the scarcity.
Are efforts to make technology training more attractive to women succeeding, or does looking at the data reveal that computer sciences remain largely male sector of the economy? It depends what kind of training you look at — but overall, the data reinforces the need to put increased effort into opening computer sciences to women
Are Canadian students getting the right degrees for the market? Or are they training for positions that, while they pay well enough, are radically over-supplied? It’s the flip side of the skills gap issue, and the answer comes from labour market data. To see what that looks like, we drilled down on data about Montreal’s education environment.