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  • Emsi is pleased to announce the addition of data related to distance offered academic programs to Analyst. This new functionality—now live for Analyst users—provides data to help institutions address whether a program should be offered at distance capacity. The post Emsi Introduces Data Related to Distance Offered Academic Programs into Analyst appeared first on Emsi.

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  • Looking at the US cities that have at least a thousand carpenters, we see a pattern: Carpenters get paid the most in areas where the cost of living is also high. Chicago, Honolulu, Anchorage, and San Francisco are especially known for being far from cheap. This makes sense, given that wages for any occupation are generally greater in costlier cities. The post Where Carpenters Get Paid the Most app...

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  • When relevancy is the name of the game, it pays to keep a finger on the pulse of your programs. That’s exactly why Southwest Wisconsin Technical College (SWTC) has developed a rigorous, data-informed review process that incorporates labor market research from Emsi to measure each program’s economic and workforce vitality—not every three years or so, but every single year. The post Annual Program R...

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  • We’ve redesigned Emsi Developer to make it easier to the find the data and reports you need, and to be able to save those reports for later. The layout is simpler. The navigation is more intuitive. And we’ve added a My Reports section—a way for you to save you favorite reports to your homepage. The post It’s Now Easier to Find the Data and Reports You Need in Emsi Developer  appeared first on Emsi...

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  • In a crowded market, where every business location decision requires a complete analysis, how can Forney, Texas, tell its story and attract the retail investment it needs to grow? For the Forney Economic Development Corporation, the answer came from a retail leakage report provided by Emsi’s consulting team. The post Forney EDC Uses Emsi Retail Leakage Report to Help Target New Businesses to Texas...

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  • Emsi is pleased to announce brand new education-level and program filters in Alumni Insight. This added functionality enables users to analyze the career outcomes associated with academic programs of various education levels, in both the regional and the national economy. We're thrilled to deliver this update, as it opens the door to a wealth of new analysis related to student outcomes. The post N...

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  • One of the most telling moments at the recent Washington Rural Jobs Summit came late in the lunch keynote address by Mark Sweeney of the site selection and economic development consulting firm McCallum Sweeney. Sweeney was describing the business of site selection—why risk-averse companies look to expand or move to new locations. Then he turned […] The post Why Rural Economic Development Is Top of...

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  • As data breaches come fast and furious, so too does the need for special analysts to counter them. And thanks to a new cybersecurity certificate program at College of Marin in the North Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area, everyone—from IT technicians seeking a skills upgrade, to college-bound computer lovers—now has the perfect opportunity to gain a valuable credential. The post College of M...

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  • On November 1, we're hosting a webinar to discuss our groundbreaking research from our new report, “Should We Offer a New Data Science Program? A New Way To Discover Program Niches.” We will discuss this data and unveil an exciting look at Emsi’s next research project. The post Webinar: “Should We Offer a Data Science Program?” appeared first on Emsi.

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  • Colorado Community College System (CCCS) colleges recently released their economic impact study by Emsi, which shows that the 13 colleges "create a significant positive impact on the business community and generate a return on investment to their major stakeholder groups—students, taxpayers, and society." The post Colorado Community Colleges Show a $5.8B Economic Impact appeared first on Emsi.

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  • By the time they graduate college, students have typically spent at least 16 years in school. They know what to expect in academia. But they have little knowledge of the workforce—especially when it comes to salary. Broward College's solution: career ladders that give students practical expectations and guide them into the labor market, bringing graduate and employer together. The post How Broward...

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  • In a new report, Emsi's senior VP of analytics, Dr. Yustina Saleh, and chief innovation officer, Rob Sentz, discuss some ground-breaking research that demonstrates how colleges and universities can use job postings to respond to the demand for data science—or any niche need. The post Should We Offer a Data Science Program? A New Way to Discover Program Niches appeared first on Emsi.

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  • 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. The post Emsi Partners With Student Coaching Leader InsideTrack appeared first on Emsi.

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  • Now live in Emsi Developer is a major update to our economy overview report. In redesigning the report, we added five key data points to help economic and workforce development professionals better understand and track their local economies The post Emsi Releases New Economy Overview appeared first on Emsi.

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  • Male students may outnumber female students in most STEM fields, but recently, many colleges have sought to balance that picture by getting more female students into STEM programs. Whether allowing engineering majors to minor in literature or awarding scholarships to high schoolers who participated in the Girls Who Code club, schools are taking creative strides […] The post Emsi Analysis in WSJ: T...

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  • In a day when the college price tag is higher than ever, the question everyone asks is, is higher education really worth it? For students attending four particular Northern Colorado educational institutions, the answer is yes. The economic impact of the four colleges and universities on Larimer and Weld Counties within one year (2015-2016) totaled $2.4 billion—the equivalent of 39,677 jobs. For ev...

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  • The Washington Monthly has aptly noted, “Like armies prepared to fight the last war, not the next one, colleges too often create programs of study preparing students for the last economy, even while marketing themselves as being responsive to current trends.” Not so at Monroe Community College. The post Monroe Community College Is One of the Top Colleges for Adult Learners. Here’s Why. appeared fi...

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  • Last week, Emsi hosted our seventh annual conference. Clients and guests from across the US made their way to beautiful Coeur d'Alene, Idaho (90 miles north of Emsi headquarters in Moscow), for three days of collaborative discussion on how to visualize the new economy and build the future workforce. It was a resounding success. The post Recap of Emsi Conference 2017 appeared first on Emsi.

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  • 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. The post Emsi Releases Major Skills Data Improvement Within Job Posting Analytics appeared first on Emsi.

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  • Data isn’t everything. It isn’t autonomous. But data has given Creighton University a foundation for a uniquely collaborative approach wherein marketing, admin, and faculty work together to evaluate programs and address skills gaps—an approach centered on ground-truthing the data…with real people. The post Creighton University’s Collaborative, Data-Based Approach is the Ticket to Creating Pathways...

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  • The Gilbert Office of Economic Development has a one-person research shop, just like it has a one-person business attraction team and a one-person marketing team. This means the Phoenix-area EDO doesn’t have time or resources to waste The post Gilbert (AZ) Office of Economic Development Takes Targeted Approach to Successful Business Expansion and Attraction appeared first on Emsi.

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  • Who is “part mathematician, part computer scientist, and part trend-spotter” and straddles business and IT to solve complex business problems by analyzing scads of data? That would be data scientists. Comfortably swimming in datasets that would sink many others, these analysts study the market, build products, generate sales, support clients and employees, and can more or less make or break a comp...

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  • The newly released September job postings data brings with 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. The post Emsi Releases Major Skills Data Improvement within Job Posting Analytics appeared first on Emsi.

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