Emsi has developed a Health Risk Index to help us better understand where and why COVID-19 has spread, and to help policymakers create localized responses. The index features data on the social determinants of health, including 1) preconditioned population, 2) population density, 3) workplace interaction, and 4) population health.
Build a thriving economic ecosystem. Continuing the research that we first presented in The New Geography of Skills, we now show how speaking the common language of skills can bring educators, companies, and workforce/economic developers together to address the talent needs of a specific region or industry. By combining broad labor market data with more nuanced skills cluster data, we provide a snapshot of the existing strengths—and the shifting landscape—of a key regional industry and demonstrate how this data can inform local talent strategies.
Degrees at Work, a new study released by Emsi, uncovers the serendipitous economic outcomes of diverse educational paths. Too often, we define the value of education by its level of connection to a specific career. This framework presupposes someone who both settles on an economic future early in life, and pursues it without deviating during […]
If your company has diversity initiatives, you should consider using labor market data to help you focus your recruiting efforts on already diverse markets. Learn more in the final part of our Market Research for Talent series.
To meet hiring and diversity goals, it’s important to consider which schools are graduating the talent you’re looking for. Is there an opportunity to partner with those schools? Learn more in part four of our Market Research for Talent series.
Wherever you decide to search for talent, you should consider your competition. What other industries or businesses employ the talent you’re looking for? Learn more in part three of our Market Research for Talent series.