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Labor Market Software for Workforce

Do you really understand your local workforce? JobsEQ for Workforce is a software tool that provides timely data on your local workforce and employers—including demographics, occupations, wages, certifications, and more.

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Get People Back to Work

1. Target high-wage, high-demand jobs in your region 

2. Connect job seekers and employers with job postings data 

3. Develop training programs to address workforce skills gaps

4. Use timely data to inform your workforce plans and grants

Are ineffective workforce programs costing you?

Build programs based on timely and accurate data.

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JobsEQ for Workforce Features


Find job demand for your workers.

Credentials & Skills

Research credentials and skills your workers need.


Get wages data for jobs in your region.


Define the vulnerable workers in your market.


Identify the occupations you should prioritize developing.


 Forecast how your region is expected to expand.


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RTI Job Postings

Keep up with the daily changes in the local economy with our Real-Time Intelligence job postings data. Updates nightly.

Resume Forensics

Add data from millions of online resumes to discover your workforce’s skills.

Employer Database

Download lists of local employers and their contact information so you can put your strategic plans into action.

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JobsEQ for Workforce

  • All the analytics you need get people back to work.
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JobsEQ Pro

  • All analytics in JobsEQ for Education, JobsEQ for Workforce, and JobsEQ for Economic Development, plus more.
  • Create custom block-level regions
  • LaborEQ for site selection analysis
  • International Data

Workforce Development Resources

Green Jobs Boom in 2023: Is the IRA a Leading Factor?
The potential for new, good-paying jobs from investing in a clean energy ecosystem has long been highlighted by proponents of expanding clean energy in America. John Kerry, President Biden’s former Envoy for Climate, has famously predicted the energy transition will be the “new industrial revolution.” While clean energy production and related industries have been steadily growing in the United States over the past decade, the growth has been far from a “new industrial revolution.” In fact...
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The Fate of Remote Work
The terms “remote” and “hybrid” work are often used interchangeably. However, the two should not be confused, especially when trying to establish whether the movement toward remote work, which took off at the onset of the COVID pandemic, is here to stay.
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The Fate of Remote Work: Trends in the Face of Economic Uncertainty
Chmura’s CEO and Chief Economist Dr. Chris Chmura was joined by Director of Consulting and Senior Labor Consultant Dr. Francesco Renna for a discussion on the current state of the economy and the forecast for a recession. Using Chmura’s Real Time Intelligence, they also considered current trends in remote work across the United States and how those trends may shift in the future.
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