As employees seek the advantages of flexibility and lower commuting costs, working remotely has become a more and more popular option over the years. The COVID-19 crisis will result in multiple labor market shifts, but one could argue that the most immediate and massive swing has been to the prevalence of working from home. So, let’s explore the five things you should know about remote work, and talk a little bit about where it might be headed.
US restaurants are reeling from the effect of COVID-19. Every day, more city and state leaders are closing bars and restaurants to dine-in customers in response to the virus. We used Emsi’s Input-Output model to find out how these closures will affect the US restaurant industry.
Web developer jobs have increased 7% since 2015 and are projected to increase another 8% by 2025. Here are the five best cities to hire web developers. Hint: New York City and San Francisco are not on the list. We’ll show you why.
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.
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.
According to the American Staffing Association, physical therapist positions are among the top 10 hardest to fill. Offering upwards of $45 per hour (median wages) and typically requiring a manageable four-year degree, the occupation seems like it should be an allure for jobseekers. Businesses certainly want to hire; there are currently 48,000 unique job postings for physical therapists nationwide […]