Emsi is pleased to announce the rollout of new, enhanced skills data in Analyst and Developer. Historically, Job Posting Analytics and Program Market Demand reports have displayed the skills most frequently requested in employer job postings, providing a useful snapshot of the demand for those skills in the labor market. But demand is only half the equation. That’s why we’re introducing a side-by-side comparison of both demand and supply of top skills.
What makes Georgia tick? What sets the economy apart and where do we see specialization and differentiation? What sectors have showed the strongest job creation in recent years? Which careers should young people be thinking about? What should higher ed and workforce development consider to help shape and grow the economy? These are the sorts of big, strategic questions we can (and should) consider with data.
Emsi is pleased to announce the release of the Program Outcomes portion of Alumni Insight. This powerful new functionality will empower colleges and universities to answer fundamental questions about their academic programs and the workforce outcomes of the students who enrolled in them.
Occidental College is both expanding and focusing their recruitment efforts through a data-driven approach that identifies regions with ideal growth trends and demographic makeup.
Under the direction of Dr. Meyer, Chancellor, Michigan’s Oakland Community College (OCC) has created and tested a method to measure and meet needs in their community. Using this method—outlined in a recently published article in the Community College Journal of Research and Practice—OCC has a reliable framework and formula for program planning decisions.
We created a prototype labor market search tool that taps into a database of over 182 million job postings to reveal how often employers mention your degree in their jobs ads. In this article, we look closely at non-technical degrees.