Emsi is excited to announce the launch of a new location economics team headlined by Dr. Wayne Gearey that will provide industry-leading site selection analysis to business and communities.
Emsi studied new data on college degree output from the National Center for Education Statistics and found that the share of STEM degrees rose rapidly from 2009-10 to 2015-2016 in almost every state. This acceleration came at the same time the share of humanities majors took a hit in several states.
What makes Georgia tick? What sets the economy apart and where do we see specialization and differentiation? What sectors have showed the strongest job creation in recent years? Which careers should young people be thinking about? What should higher ed and workforce development consider to help shape and grow the economy? These are the sorts of big, strategic questions we can (and should) consider with data.