Western Governors University (WGU) has announced a partnership with Emsi that utilizes the Open Skills Library to power their groundbreaking skills architecture initiative. Together, WGU and Emsi are using the common language of skills to help connect students, educators, and employers. Read the full press release to learn more!
Talking about the labor market just got easier with the release of Emsi Skills, a new open-access skills library. Read the full press release and find out how you can explore and interact with this new common language that connects people, education and employers.
Your city and every other community in America are in an all-out arms race to develop, attract, and keep talent. Emsi has spent the last two years mapping local labor markets by skill cluster to help communities more effectively build and market their regional talent ecosystem and partner with higher education to upskill and train workers. Regional skill clusters are becoming a powerful way for regions to better match their talent to companies. Learn how skills are changing the way you define your region and talent strengths.
As enrollment across higher education continues to decline, colleges and universities face even greater pressure to bring in new students and offer a compelling return on investment. In this environment, Widener University is proactively using labor market data to offer relevant, responsive programs and ensure long-term financial sustainability.