Doing Things Differently: Presented by Emsi Burning Glass

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How skills data helps us see our community differently, so we can begin doing things differently Often to do things differently, first we need to see things differently. For communities wanting to make transformative changes in their workforce development system, skills data allows them to see their region differently. In this webinar, we’ll showcase how […]

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Microsoft Power BI®: Creating an Interactive Text and Data Visualization Tool for a 21st Century Workforce

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Demand for interactive data visualizations and tools in the Labor Market Information space is growing. The increasing role of text elements as variables to display in these designs create challenges for designers depending on the platform used. Whether you query data internally or present information to customers, having user and developer friendly tools are a […]

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The C.U.R.E. to Inclusion, Starts with U

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Ruth Rathblott will share her CURE model for expanding diversity by focusing on inclusion and belonging; she will also share her own story of being born with a limb difference, hiding it for 25 years, and her path to unhiding. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore their own differences through personal reflection and engagement […]

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State Trends and Indiana’s Experiences on Enhanced Wage Records

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States maintain flexibility in the information they require from employers on the wage records of their employees. There has been a growing movement among federal and state agencies, researchers, and even businesses to “enhance” Unemployment Insurance wage records (EWR) to include more data, including hours worked and occupational codes, to better assess job market demands, […]

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The Future of Trucking – Innovative Approaches to Research and Data Analysis

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What are the likely short-term and long-term impacts of automation on the trucking industry? At the 2021 Projections Managing Partnership Summit, we introduced you to Steve Viscelli, a University of Pennsylvania researcher whose efforts to measure the impacts of autonomous trucking technologies contain data analysis lessons for projections analysts and state LMI researchers. So many […]

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Spatial Shifts in Daytime Population Due to COVID – Impacts and Increasing Levels of Remote Work 

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The U.S. Census Bureau and the Local Employment Dynamics (LED) Partnership in collaboration with the Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER) and the Labor Market Information (LMI) Institute, welcomes Chris Worley as he presents, “Spatial Shifts in Daytime Population Due to COVID – Impacts and Increasing Levels of Remote Work.” Geospatial distribution of workers […]

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Improving Access to Key Census Data: What’s New on the COVID Data Hub and CBB

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The U.S. Census Bureau and the Local Employment Dynamics (LED) Partnership in collaboration with the Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER) and the Labor Market Information Institute (LMI), welcomes Andrew Hait as he presents, “Improving Access to Key Census Data: What’s New on the COVID Data Hub and Census Business Builder (CBB).” The Census […]

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The Road to Recovery: Economic Outlook Scenarios and Key Metrics

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The economic recovery is taking shape and will look very different across industries and occupations. In this forum, Senior Economist at Oxford Economics, Michael Reid will help viewers better understanding relevant economic and workforce data through the prism of two potential decline and recovery scenarios. He will walk attendees through potential shapes of the recovery […]

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What Works in Workforce? Evaluating the Impact of Workforce Development Programs

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Do workforce development programs make workers better off? Which programs are most effective, and for whom? Answering these types of questions requires you to think like a program evaluator. This workshop will use plain-English explanations and real-world examples to help you understand the basic concepts of impact evaluation and the methods researchers use to gauge […]

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Emerging Trends on Enhanced Wage Records and the Benefit to Businesses

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States maintain flexibility in the information they require from employers on the wage records of their employees. There has been a growing movement among federal and state agencies, researchers, and even businesses to “enhance” Unemployment Insurance wage records (EWR) to include more data, including hours worked and occupational codes, to better assess job market demands, […]

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