Labor Insight™ provides real-time job market data to enable the identification of opportunities for training programs, closer alignment of education and training initiatives with employer demand, and improved site selection and recruiting decisions. Our data is also available in a range of APIs that can be integrated into your systems.
- Gain insights from job market analysis at the macro and micro level
- See how training programs translate to jobs
- Track demands for skills and industry credentials specific to the area
- Understand what jobs and skills are hard to fill
- Identify emerging roles not yet tracked by public data sources
Labor Insight occupational profiles are based on Burning Glass proprietary data and federal information.
Related jobs show what roles are most similar to a particular job, key for retraining.
Evidence of Effectiveness
- Real-time labor market data, career outcomes insights, and breakthrough planning tools from Burning Glass are used by thousands of employers, jobseekers, and policy makers to enhance local workforce initiatives while matching people to jobs.
- Burning Glass helps organizations make strategic workforce decisions by enabling them to understand local labor market patterns and opportunities, which in turn helps them deliver the right training and employment openings to job seekers looking to find a fit with their career goals and skill set.
What They're Saying
“Tools like Burning Glass help us tell the story. Everybody, at the highest level, comes to us for that data. It’s so baked into our system now that we don’t even question it. We will always have demand now that we can show what it can do.”
—Alan Spell, MERIC Research Manager, Missouri Department of Economic Development
“I believe that Burning Glass Technologies provides unique labor market data to create understanding in today’s fast changing technological and economic conditions. Data is the fuel for economic success at all levels. It allows students, regions, employers and educators to take charge of their learning and make better decisions for adapting to the world that is here and emerging. I’m a big fan.”
—Phil McCready, PhD Assessment Analyst II, University of the Rockies
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