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Labor Market Analysis to Develop Your Workforce

Are ineffective workforce programs costing you? Guide workers to high-wage, high-demand careers with Chmura’s software, consulting, and data.

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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.

  • Amazing customer support & free training 
  • Powerful analytics 
  • Real-time data
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Consulting

Our consultants can analyze your local industries and workforce, and develop strategies to align your offerings with demand.

  • PhD economists and data scientists
  • A report you’re proud to share with local partners
  • 20+ years experience
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Career Concourse

A user-friendly software tool that helps your clients find jobs that match their skills and interests.

  • Accessible
  • Links job seekers to real-time occupations and job postings in your region
  • Gives access to Career Counselors

We believe you shouldn’t need a PhD in economics to understand your local workforce.

Get the data and analysis you need.

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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

We Know Creating a Workforce Plan Isn’t Easy

As a workforce developer, you want people to get back to work. Not just any work: high-wage, high-demand jobs that will help your community thrive. But in order to do that, you need access to high-quality labor market data.

The problem is that labor data is complex, which makes you feel overwhelmed. We believe that you shouldn’t need a PhD in economics to understand your local economy. We also understand that COVID-19 makes it difficult to know where to start.

Our PhD economists, data scientists, and strategic planners want to help you grow your workforce. Schedule a call, buy, and win.

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Workforce Development 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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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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How the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing Partners with Chmura Consulting to Solve Advanced Manufacturing and Workforce Challenges
The Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM) is an applied research center where industry, academia, and government come together to solve advanced manufacturing challenges and prepare a qualified manufacturing workforce.
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