Representativeness Analysis: How Our Data Reflects the Real Labor Market Dynamics This month, we will discuss 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, [...]
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Introducing the Training Provider Outcomes Toolkit 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 [...]
Introducing the Data@Work Research Hub and Funding Opportunity 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, [...]