As a workforce development professional, understanding in-demand occupations in your region is of paramount importance for how you train jobseekers. Luckily, Emsi has built an occupation report that helps workforce development boards pull in-demand occupations with flexibility, ease, and understanding.
Do you know how your metro area stacks up on the percentage of remote workers, housing vacancies, and share of foreign-born population? The American Community Survey is a great resource to find this data, and Emsi is pleased to bring community indicators from ACS into Emsi Developer, our labor analytics platform for economic and workforce development.
Dream Catcher helps students discover their purpose and align it with the most appropriate career path. Learn how the interactive curriculum uses Emsi’s API to pipe up-to-date labor market data directly into the program’s interface.
Amazon declared New York City and Arlington, Virginia, the winners of HQ2 after a 14-month saga. What does HQ2 say about the current state of economic development? We explain three takeaways in this post.
Next month, Emsi will release the third annual Talent Attraction Scorecard, which explores how well large and small counties are attracting talent. Join our webinar to learn more.
Over the last decade, East Kentucky coal mining country has lost more than 8,500 mining jobs. With the help of Emsi data, Boyette Advisors helped the struggling region attract six new companies and about 2,000 new jobs.