The University of Louisiana at Monroe wanted to help community and business leaders better understand the university’s role in driving prosperity for northern Louisiana. So, they commissioned an economic impact study from Emsi to provide expert, third-party analysis of the university’s role in the regional economy. See how they leveraged data from the impact study to launch an awareness campaign that helped shift public perception from “that university” to “our university.”
This week, we launched a new-and-improved methodology for collecting hires data. This update gives you even better context for understanding job posting activity in your region. Check out this post to learn more and see how these changes will help you make better data-driven decisions.
In communities big or small, urban or rural, talent is on the move. Learn more about which communities are winning the talent attraction competition, and why, in the fourth annual Talent Attraction Scorecard. Included in the report are strategies and best practices for your community in all phases of workforce development.
“It’s interesting information, but what do we do with it?” When it comes to alumni outcomes data, this is the question many institutions face. Is it merely nice-to-know information? Or can it help move the needle on mission-critical priorities? To help answer this question, here are six of the top ways colleges and universities can put their outcomes data to work.
“What are our alumni doing now that they’ve graduated?” Seems like a simple, straightforward question. But for those working in higher education it’s one that all too often goes unanswered. In this post, we’ll look at three reasons why, despite the challenges, institutions have too much to gain from quality career outcomes data to simply settle for the status quo.
Eddie Rymer is not afraid to be a pioneer. The Avison Young senior vice president of enterprise solutions is making a name for himself as a SaaS-focused tenant representative and using powerful Emsi data to do it.
Do your graduates have work opportunities waiting for them post-graduation? As students consider which program to enroll in, they want to know they’ve picked one that will give them valuable skills and lead to high-wage, in-demand jobs. That’s why it’s important for educators to begin with the end in mind when reviewing existing programs or developing new ones. Aligning programs with target occupations that are projected to grow in your region can help you offer students a high-ROI education that equips them to accomplish their career goals.