Emsi is thrilled to announce the addition of historical wage data to our core labor market datasets! With this update, Analyst, Developer, and Talent Analyst users can now compare occupation wage data as far back as 2005. This new data enables users to track trends in wage growth or decline over time. Combined with the historical employment counts already included in Analyst, Developer, and Talent Analyst, this information gives a more complete look at the growth and vitality of occupations across your region.
On September 4, 2pm EDT (11am PDT), Emsi is hosting the webinar Degrees at Work: Examining Outcomes + Skills. How are our majors connected to our roles in the labor market? The common perception is that STEM-type, hard-skill programs lead to vastly better career outcomes than soft-skill programs, like the humanities. But in Degrees at Work, […]
The Seattle Office of Economic Development defined and quantified the city’s creative economy in a report titled “There’s Something About Seattle: 2019 Creative Economy Report.” Read the findings to understand how the city’s creative sector is inspiring action from policymakers, creative advocacy organizations, creative workers, employers, and consumers of creative works.
How do you turn raw data into a compelling narrative that highlights the best your community has to offer? Just ask Jamie Loyd. As vice president for economic development at Columbus Technical College in Columbus, Georgia, Loyd sees himself first and foremost as an advocate for CTC’s service region. “In order to promote economic growth and attract new businesses, our college serves as the primary hub for regional workforce development,” Loyd says.
Bedrock, known as Detroit’s premier private real estate company, is transforming the role that labor market data and research plays in attracting new and exciting tenants to regions. Using Emsi data, Bedrock creates a baseline business case for why it makes sense (or doesn’t make sense) for companies to choose a location.
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 […]
Located on the north end of Moscow, Idaho’s downtown, Emsi’s new four-story building will house over 500 employees. This gives our rapidly growing company plenty of room to grow our team of software developers, engineers, data scientists, economists, sales representatives, and more.