Institutions can now stay on the same page regarding their programs and the target occupations for those programs with shared Program-to-Occupation Mappings. In short, users can subscribe to the mappings of other users in their organization so that all users follow the same mapping, even as that mapping changes over time. Watch the video below to learn more.
Advertised Salary is now available in the Job Postings Table to help you can compare data by job title, occupation, company, or skill. Note that when selecting the Advertised Salary column, you’ll always get the accompanying Salary Observations Count column, which identifies the number of postings with salary data that the median was derived from. This additional transparency helps users be wise about avoiding areas of data that have scarce coverage.
Users can now view and edit your program to occupation mapping all in one place. Find it in the “Groups” dropdown under “Program to Occupation Mapping.”
Now in the Company Talent Profile report, users can view employer gain and drain — highlighting which companies are supplying or drawing talent from a specific employer.
Now you can filter to remote or non-remote jobs within Job Posting Analytics. Read about how we define remote jobs here.
The Job Posting Analytics report now displays the advertised salary of the job postings in your search. It’s important to make the distinction that advertised salary is not the actual recorded earnings of the job, but rather the salary as advertised online by the company or entity listing the position. Between 15-20% of all job postings have advertised salary observations. Learn more about advertised salary.
We’ve made a series of improvements to the Occupation Overview report, including:
- SOC definition and details
- Timeframe filter
- The ability to compare multiple regions within the Jobs chart
- Regional breakdown map of where jobs are present within your region
- Avg. monthly postings vs. avg. monthly hires
- Multiple “jump-to” options that take you to various reports
We just added new data to the Job Posting Analytics report that shows the distribution of education level and minimum experience requested by employers.
All of our reports that export to PDF now also export to Microsoft Word.
- Add annotations to Emsi reports,
- Easily copy Emsi data into your own reports,
- Rearrange content within reports.