Skills provide a new way of looking at a community, adding more context and nuance for better decision making. Over the next few weeks we’re examining the basics of how skills data provides new insights into a region’s labor market. To kick things off, we’re looking at how skills provide a new understanding of a job.
The difficulties on-ramps face in connecting workforce to employers are the same ones faced in various forms by community colleges, workforce boards, and other job training programs. Here are some solutions.
With the new year well underway, colleges and universities across the country are ramping up their yield campaigns. Here’s a look at five reasons to make outcomes data a point of emphasis in 2019.
The next world war, it has been said, won’t be fought with bullets and bombs, but with bits and bytes. That’s not hard to imagine. In a hyper-digitalized, increasingly interconnected world, the menace of cyber theft, fraud, and abuse has never been greater. The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center receives 300,000 complaints a year, totaling […]
EMSI dove into Analyst, our labor market and education data software, to determine where IT jobs are expected to grow and decline the most by 2020. This information can help businesses find talent, universities and colleges make informed program planning decisions, and workforce development professionals prepare jobseekers for growing opportunities.
What does the future hold for the air traffic controller occupation? Are there enough young people entering this occupation to replace retiring baby boomers? What does it take to be an air traffic controller? EMSI decided to answer these questions with Analyst, our labor market and education data software.