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In this report, Burning Glass Technologies uses our database, along with the best available expert views, to anticipate what jobs will be most important in the post-pandemic labor market
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The National Equity Atlas partnered with PolicyLink and the USC Equity Research Institute, Burning Glass Technologies, the National Fund for Workforce Solutions, and JPMorgan Chase to create a comprehensive analysis of long-standing racial gaps in the labor market outcomes, the economic impacts of Covid-19, and the racial equity implications of automation.
To help organizations pinpoint disruptive tech skills, Burning Glass Technologies analyzed more than 17,000 unique skills demanded across our database to identify the top 1- most disruptive skills in tech.
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Burning Glass data powers a wide range of leading applications in partnership with organizations around the world who define the agenda on education, labor markets and public policy:
Credentials Matter is an interactive tool powered by Burning Glass data and ExcellinEd to examine how the industry credentials students earn will align with the workforce they will enter. Users can use this state credential attainment and employer demand data to align their state’s education system with workforce demand and improve state data collection practices.
Worthi is a free, online tool created by Citi powered by Burning Glass Technologies. This tool provides market insights and resources for workers to improve their skills in today’s evolving job market. Based on a short, customized questionnaire that identifies skills in demand, the tool helps users find resources for their personalized career goals.
Cyberseek.org, a site providing data on the cybersecurity job market in the United States, was co-produced with the CompTIA trade organization and the federal government’s National Institute for Standards and Technology, a division of the Department of Commerce. Burning Glass has provided all Labor Market Demand as well as career path data for this project.
Occupational Mobility Explorer uses Burning Glass data to power the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s interactive tools for users to build a career path, compare the regions in-demand skills, and view the top transitions. This interactive application is designed to analyze opportunities for workers to transfer their skills from one occupation to another in the same labor market.
We have a 21st Century economy. Why do we have a 20th Century labor market?Burning Glass uses big data to close the skills gap by helping supply and demand meet. Contact us today.