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Much has been written about how automation has become entrenched in manufacturing, but one telling statistic is this: job market demand is already shifting from building robots to maintaining them.
Two-thirds of the highest-paying and fastest-growing jobs in fields like design and marketing now demand computer science skills, according to a new report from Burning Glass Technologies and Oracle Academy.
What do design, marketing, engineering, and data analysis have in common? They’re all careers where employers increasingly demand computer science skills.
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to understand emerging trends and inform decision making
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solution for parsing resumes and matching relevant talent to jobs
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manage connections between employers and candidates
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to support strategic planning and program development
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Alan Spell MERIC Research Manager, Missouri Department of Economic Development
With real-time, labor-time market data, we can conduct a scan of any occupation. We know who is hiring and what competencies and technical skills they need. We are making sure our program choices and curriculum remain current so that our students are trained and ready for jobs employers need to fill.
Linda L. Head Associate Vice Chancellor, Lone Star College
Our goal is to deliver the most valuable outcome for our customer: hiring the right person. Everything we can do to make that outcome less work for the customer is a win.
Michael Shulman Product Manager, Hireology
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In The News | Oct 25, 2017
Credentialism obviously harms job applicants. What’s less obvious is that employers suffer, too. They miss out on new hires who—the study found—work hard, cost less, are easier to hire, and are less likely to quit. In other words, companies are deliberately bypassing a deep pool of talent.
In The News | Oct 24, 2017
Studies suggest these popular credentials often don’t improve job prospects or pay. “There are certificates that people are acquiring that have no currency,” Matt Sigelman, Burning Glass CEO.
In The News | Oct 24, 2017
Employers are increasingly demanding that applicants have better qualifications than the person already doing the same job, according to a new study published Tuesday by Harvard Business School professor Joseph Fuller.
View the latest reports and published commissioned research from the Burning Glass Technologies’ Applied Research team, whose in-depth job market analysis is relied on by policymakers, educators, and corporate leaders.