For this month’s blog post, we are will talk about the representativeness of Data@Work Research Hub data. The Data@Work Research Hub is a collection of public datasets produced by the Open Skills Project from a growing pool of public and private administrative data sources, such as job postings, resumes, profiles, etc. for the purpose [...]
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Trying to find a good job training program can be daunting. How do you know if the skills they teach are valuable in the job market? And how can you be sure they’re doing a good job of teaching those skills? Especially, when the costs can be high. It can feel like a gamble [...]
With the rapid growth and adoption of technologies like artificial intelligence having uncertain and disparate effects on labor markets, the need for high-quality interdisciplinary research into labor market dynamics and workforce development has never been so urgent. While new data sources capturing detailed interactions between job seekers, educators, and employers are making it possible [...]