Emsi is pleased to announce the release of powerful new data that provides colleges and universities with unparalleled insight on the location, employers, and job titles of their graduates. Alumni Insight is derived from an aggregate set of 65 million professional profiles.
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.
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%.
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.
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.
EMSI is pleased to announce that we switched providers for the business data in Analyst. After reviewing the breadth and accuracy of several vendors’ offerings, EMSI has selected InfoUSA as our new source of business listings. If you currently subscribe to business data in Analyst, you should have seen a switch from Equifax to InfoUSA in late May.
The data epiphany has been likened to the invention of the microscope: For the first time, we can see an entire world that we could only guess at before. And with this insight comes the demand for people who know how to interpret what they see.
The information age and huge improvements in computing and storage power have led to many things, but one of the biggest (and most unwieldy) is tons and tons of data. So much data, in fact, that it tends to slip out of the hands of those who created it. As a result, we’ve started to see a tremendous need for data shepherds to help monitor, control, and protect data.