Emsi is thrilled to announce the addition of historical wage data to our core labor market datasets! With this update, Analyst, Developer, and Talent Analyst users can now compare occupation wage data as far back as 2005. This new data enables users to track trends in wage growth or decline over time. Combined with the historical employment counts already included in Analyst, Developer, and Talent Analyst, this information gives a more complete look at the growth and vitality of occupations across your region.
Emsi is thrilled to announce you can now save work in Analyst, Talent Analyst, and Developer via Projects! Now, with the click of a button, all your filters and data selections are saved to the “My Projects” section on your homepage. Read to learn more and see a quick video of how it works.
We are pleased to announce several new features that make Emsi’s job posting analytics even more intuitive, transparent, and easy to use! These updates are now live for all Analyst, Developer, and Talent Analyst users. Here’s a quick look at how they work.
Emsi is pleased to announce a new feature for Analyst, Developer, and Talent that will allow users to further customize job posting analytics reports by excluding search criteria. With this update, you can filter out any “noise” and export a report that only includes the most relevant search results.
Today, we are pleased to announce several new features and improvements related to job posting analytics in Analyst and Developer – our labor market analysis tools that help colleges create relevant programs and empower workforce and economic development organizations to support existing businesses. Here’s a brief look at the changes we’re making so you can serve your community even more effectively.
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