In recent weeks, there has been no shortage of pundits and experts weighing in on the impacts of COVID-19. But new data from Strada Education Network’s nationally representative survey gives voice to the perspective of everyday Americans on how the pandemic is affecting their lives, especially in regards to work and education. In this post, we’ll look at highlights from the survey findings and suggest resources to help put these insights into action.
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WSJ published a new report using Emsi’s profile analytics originally featured in our 2018 analysis, “Robot Ready: Human+ Skills for the Future of Work.” Here’s the key takeaway: Liberal arts grads show better (much better) outcomes than they typically get credit for. Not only do these grads land good careers, they also show greater versatility in the job market than STEM majors do. And while they may not earn as much as STEM grads immediately, their earning potential does grow over the course of their careers.
The Emsi Conference is barely a month away! We’re finalizing a phenomenal schedule and would like to share a few sneak peeks of sessions geared towards higher education, workforce development, and economic development professionals. Haven’t registered? There are still a few spots left!
We’re excited to announce that Dr. Michelle Weise and Dr. Carlo Salerno from Strada Education Network℠ (Strada) will deliver keynotes at the eighth annual Emsi Conference, September 10-12, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Strada is a national nonprofit focused on improving the pathway between education and employment, and recently acquired Emsi. Please join us at the Emsi Conference to hear from these fantastic thought leaders.
InsideTrack, the leading provider of student success coaching for enrollment, retention, and career development today announced a partnership with labor market analytics company Emsi to integrate career assessments and real-time employment market data across its coaching solutions.