Labor market data at your fingertips to support critical decisions
Labor Insight™ provides job market data to enable the identification of opportunities for training programs, closer alignment of education and training initiatives with employer demand, and improved site selection and recruiting decisions.
New to Labor Insight™
Alumni Analysis, a new premium add-on dashboard available for Labor Insight™, tracks graduate career outcomes based on the Burning Glass Technologies database of millions of resumes and current social profiles to provide institutions with accurate, real-time data on alumni’s career pathways
Real-Time Job Market Analysis
Labor Insight™ is used by hundreds of educational institutions, HR departments, and workforce development organizations to support initiatives that align with today’s job market. Use of in-depth, localized labor market data allows educators to increase enrollment and foster student success, workforce agencies to increase visibility into local job market needs, and HR departments to improve talent related decisions.
With Labor Insight, educators, HR departments, and workforce agencies can:
Gain insights from job market analysis at the macro and micro level
Quickly identify and clarify employer needs
See how training programs translate to jobs
Track demand for skills and industry credentials specific to the area
Understand what jobs and skills are hard to fill
Identify emerging roles not yet tracked by public data sources
Target local opportunities for partnership and investment
Track and understand alumni career pathways
How to Build a Better Workforce
and Program Portfolio
Missouri Economic Research Information Center
MERIC needed a way to provide state agencies and job seekers with more timely labor market information. Learn how Labor Insight™ provided them with real-time data to inform decisions statewide.
Lone Star College
Learn how Burning Glass Technologies used real-time job market data through the Labor Insight tool to enable Lone Star College to build better curriculum for their students, resulting in higher quality job opportunities for their graduates.
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Use Cases by Sector
In-depth, localized labor market analysis increases visibility into local job market needs and deepens employer engagement. With new skills and occupations emerging every day, using Labor Insight can inform workforce and economic planning with accurate, real-time labor market analysis. Labor Insight is a comprehensive, web-based research platform that strengthens efforts to:
- Quickly identify and clarify local employer needs
- Benchmark industrial strengths against that of other regions
- Identify labor market gaps
- Track demand for skills and industry credentials specific to the area
- Identify new and emerging roles not yet tracked by public data sources
- Highlight local opportunities for partnership and investment
Increase enrollment and foster student success with insights from our in-depth, localized labor market data. With new skills and occupations emerging every day, Labor Insight supports curriculum development that is informed by accurate, relevant, real-time information. Labor Insight is the comprehensive, web-based research platform within a solutions suite designed for educational institutions to:
- Conduct job market analysis at the macro and micro level
- Explore career outcomes associated with programs of study
- Guide curriculum decisions for innovative and specialized training and degree programs
- Identify local opportunities for partnership and investment
- Track and understand graduate career pathways
Human Capital Management
Improve workforce planning and talent management decisions with accurate, real-time labor market analysis. Labor Insight enables Human Capital Management organizations to:
- Identify hard to fill skills
- Identify talent shortages to improve site selection
- Understand where and which employers are hiring for what roles
- Inform salary targets
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