Basic LMI Analyst
The LMI Institute's most popular course is now available on-demand! The Basic Labor Market Information Analyst course allows participants to master core LMI data sources and analytical methods when it is most convenient to them.
State Certifications and Licenses Database
State-level data measuring the prevalence of certifications and licenses across demographics, occupations, and industries.
Periodic trainings (both basic and applied) are offered for state LMI analysts. Additional courses on the interpretation of LMI are offered to key customer groups. Customized trainings are also available.
The LMI Institute supports the national LMI infrastructure by conducting research and providing assistance on a variety of relevant topics including customer consultation and data dissemination.
The Projections Managing Partnership
The LMI Institute provides administrative and training assistance to the Projections Managing Partnership (PMP). Learn more about training available to state projections analysts.
Upcoming Webinars & Events
The Workforce Information Advisory Council (WIAC): Recommendations on Workforce and Labor Market Information
Intermediate R Programming for Workforce and Economic Development Research
2021 LMI Institute Annual Forum
The face of the nation is changing—and with it, the demographics of the workforce. In about 25 years, the United States will no longer have a single majority racial/ethnic group. White people comprise 62 percent of the U.S. workforce overall, but 75 percent of those ages 55 or older. As baby boomers retire, they are […]
November 2020 Welcome to LMI Insider – A Publication of the Labor Market Information Institute Now Monthly Newsletter Share Your Research! 2021 Annual Forum Call for Proposals The LMI Institute is soliciting proposals for the next annual forum, which will be held virtually June 7 – 11, 2021. The theme this year is The […]
With approximately 20 million military veterans in the U.S. population, and with tens of thousands more leaving the military each year, it is important to understand who they are and how well they are doing in the civilian workforce. We were particularly curious about veterans who served after September 11th, 2001 (“Post-9/11 veterans”). Many have […]