Today, colleges and universities can access an unprecedented amount of information about the jobs learners want and the skills employers need. But applying this data effectively requires a clear vision for the why, how, and what of labor market analytics in higher education.
To help provide this vision, Emsi is hosting a webinar on Thursday, January 9 at 2:00pm ET (11am PT) led by chief innovation officer Rob Sentz. In “How Higher Ed Should Use Labor Market Data in the New Year,” Rob will share how institutions can and should use data about the economy and their alumni to improve their value and relevance in 2020 and beyond.
Learn how labor market data can help answer pressing questions, like:
- How does our institution deal with emerging skills?
- How can we help adult learners?
- How do we address concerns about our relevance and value to the local economy and workforce?
What you’ll learn
- The 5 key ways that institutions should be leveraging labor market data
- How to talk about the actual outcomes of education
- A review of the strengths and weaknesses of data and what the results of effective data application look like
- The future of data for higher ed: emerging trends to watch
Can’t join us for the live event on January 9? Go ahead and register now to ensure you receive a link to the recording.