Which employers are hiring our graduates, and for what kinds of jobs? What skills and certifications do they have? Where are our alumni located? Answer these critical questions and others with Emsi’s Alumni Insight—essential employment outcome data gathered from more than 65 million professional profiles.
Armed with Alumni Insight employment data, Montgomery College is building partnerships with new employers, getting feedback on how their curriculum can be improved, and bolstering student recruitment efforts by showcasing career outcomes of past graduates.
The Program Market Demand report in Analyst compiles the most relevant education, job postings, and occupation data into one place to give you a comprehensive picture of the labor market demand related to a program.
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.
In a time of serious need, the UT Martin utilized Emsi’s Economic Impact and Capital Analysis studies to demonstrate the ROI that would come from building a proposed STEM facility. The results, in part, led to a boost in state funding—reducing the university’s share of facility construction costs from 25% to 10%.
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.
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.
The MBA is the most popular post-graduate degree in the country. But what does that mean? Using our Job Posting Analytics, we analyzed the demand for MBA candidates, including: top companies hiring, and top associated jobs, skills, and certifications.
Today, with the launch of our expanded Job Posting Analytics, we are excited to bring our clients the most comprehensive integration of real-time and traditional labor market information on the market.
Food manufacturing, which turns livestock and agricultural products into other products for consumption, is responsible for Green Bay’s cheese and Seattle’s coffee. This industry made up nearly 1.5 million wage-and-salary jobs in the United States in 2014—about three times the number of crop production jobs—making it a significant employer.