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.
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.
Labor availability—specifically how many workers are available at a certain wage range—is a huge issue for businesses looking to expand or relocate. Thus, it’s a huge issue for economic development organizations and site selection consultants working with businesses. To help answer the talent availability (and sustainability) question, we’ve launched a new report in Emsi Developer that drills into the supply of talent by compensation—and how much similarly skilled talent a business can tap into at different wage levels.
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.
Drive Time is a new way to pinpoint a region to analyze in Analyst. It lets you see ZIP codes or counties in a given drive time from a city, business, intersection, address, or landmark. And it’s powered by the Google Maps engine that we launched in Analyst in December.
How can you gain a foundational understanding of your local industry clusters in a way that is quick, easy, and precise? Here is a video that walks you step-by-step through an example of how to use EMSI Developer to find and prioritize your clusters in just a few clicks.