Shift share is a standard regional analysis method that attempts to determine how much of regional job growth can be attributed to national trends and how much is due to unique regional factors. Shift share helps answer why employment is growing or declining in a regional industry, cluster, or occupation.
Thanks to everyone who participated in last week’s webinar discussing the findings of the Degrees at Work report! In this post, you can watch the full webinar recording, download the slide deck, and check out the Q&A. Have questions we didn’t get to? Let us know!
The newly released September job postings data brings several important updates to Emsi’s skills data that are now live in Analyst and Developer. These updates include changes to the underlying data as well as a simplified interface.
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.
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.
Which employers are hiring our graduates, and for what kinds of jobs? What skills and certifications do they have? Where are our alumni located? Answer these critical questions and others with Emsi’s Alumni Insight—essential employment outcome data gathered from more than 65 million professional profiles.