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.
With today’s tight labor market, every industry is facing a talent squeeze. But what’s fascinating is how they all respond via their online job posting strategies. Some industries post more than they hire. Some post about as much as they hire. And some post less than they hire.
Writing a job posting is hard. Whether it’s a new job or an old job requisition they have on file, recruiters have to find the perfect balance of skills to attract the candidates they want. That’s why we’ve added the new Skills-Driven Recruiting Analysis to Emsi Recruit. With this new feature, recruiters can drop the text of their posting into our tool, extract the skills, see how common they are in any region, and find related skills.
With Emsi APIs, companies can access Emsi’s raw data and pipe it directly into their own dashboards, making it easy to compare internal and external data. Here are a few examples of how companies can use Emsi APIs and what they’ll need to get started.
API stands for “application programming interface.” Unless you work in IT, that may sound like gibberish, but it could be exactly the solution you’re looking for. That’s because APIs are a powerful, flexible way to get relevant data to your stakeholders at the point of decision. To help explain this concept, we sat down with Gresham Schlect, Emsi’s executive vice president for application development. Check out this video interview to learn more!