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A Technology Platform to Improve Your Labor Market Research

JobsEQ by Chmura software tools have data and analysis on demographics, industries, occupations, wages, and more — all in the same place.

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Our Software Products

JobsEQ for Economic Development
JobsEQ for Workforce
JobsEQ for Education
JobsEQ Pro
Career Concourse

JobsEQ for Economic Development

A software tool that puts the local demographic, industry, occupation, and employment data you need in your hands.

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JobsEQ for Workforce

A software tool that provides timely data on your local workforce and employers — including demographics, occupations, wages, certifications, and more.

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JobsEQ for Education

A software tool that tells you what skills, certifications, and occupations will be high-wage and in-demand in the coming years. Perfect for universities, career and technical education, and boards of education.

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JobsEQ Pro

A premium software tool that includes all analytics on industries, occupations, and demographics, plus LaborEQ for site selection, international data, and block-level custom regions.

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Career Concourse

A user-friendly software tool that helps your clients find jobs that match their skills and interests. Links job seekers to real-time occupations and job postings in your region.

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Trusted for decades by hundreds of companies and organizations Including: 

JobsEQ Features

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Cloud-Based Software

Access JobsEQ from anywhere, at any time.

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Intuitive Workflows

JobsEQ walks you through the steps you need to complete to answer your research question.

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Live Chat

Get a response to your question from a real economist, in an average of 37 seconds.

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Custom Regions

Get data for the region that matters to you — a cluster of counties, a city, or a 30-minute drive-time radius around a new site.

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Maps & Charts

Tell your region’s story with clear maps and charts.

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Forecasts

Find out what industries and occupations will be in-demand in the future.

Add-Ons

Add more data to make your JobsEQ subscription even more powerful.

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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.

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Resume Forensics

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

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Employer Database

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

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How It Works

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Schedule a JobsEQ demo.

We’ll determine which JobsEQ product can best help your organization meet its goals.

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Subscribe.

Get access for you and your team.

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Win.

JobsEQ will save you research time and help you make data-driven decisions.

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Become a Data Master

1. Access high-quality data and analysis

2. Fantastic customer service

3. Free trainings

4. Backed by PhD economists

Resources

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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. Remote work involves complete off-site work, often from home, while hybrid work combines both in-office and offsite work, offering a flexible arrangement that includes some days in the physical workplace and others working remotely. This difference has implications for the definition of the employment labor shed. Remote workers are not bound to live in proximity to the workplace, expanding the talent pool for an organization. This has led to several financial initiatives aimed at attracting remote workers into a region to boost local economies. Workers on a hybrid schedule may be able to relocate a bit farther away from the workplace, but they are still geographically limited to locating within a commuting area.
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Valentine's Day-ta: Spending Could Support $34.7 Billion in Local Economic Impacts
Faced with continued inflation, Valentine’s Day spending is expected to reach $25.8 billion in 2024, according to the National Retail Federation’s annual Valentine’s Day Spending Survey. That represents a nominal decline from $25.9 billion in 2023, and a changing of priorities. While previous years have seen an expansion in gifts for pets, friends, and co-workers, consumers are expected to prioritize significant others this year to the tune of $14.2 billion (up from $13.5 billion a year ago)
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Where Have All the Teachers Gone?
More and more, teachers are leaving the profession. A recent report co-published from Chalkbeat and USA Today highlights the issue in eight states where teacher turnover reached a five-year high. While this blog won’t speculate on why we’re seeing a rise in PreK-12 teacher exits, we can offer some insight into where they are going.
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