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?
Which states have the fastest-growing tech sectors? We explored CompTIA’s Cyberstates 2016 data to find out. Our analysis includes some surprising results. Some states are better at attracting tech sector talent than others.
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 […]
To get the most out of any dataset, you first must have a clear sense of what you want to accomplish with it. What questions are you trying to answer? What problems are you trying to solve?This was one of the points Todd Oldham of Monroe Community College emphasized in an Emsi webinar this week […]
We ranked each state to determine where tech sector salaries are strongest. Our calculations include salary growth and comparisons to the private sector. Some results are expected, while others might surprise you.
CompTIA’s Cyberstates 2016 report is full of data on the the state of the tech industry in the US. Check out our seven key takeaways to stay up to date. The industry at large is growing, but trends within subsectors are more interesting.
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.
Emsi examined fast-growing programs and the occupations associated with them to see how they are meeting employer demand.
In 2015, students and jobseekers conducted nearly 1.5 million job and program searches on Emsi’s Career Coach. Which careers and programs were most popular?
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.