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Important Data Producers and Labor Market Information Organizations for You to Know About
Handbook on Using Administrative Data for Research and Evidence-based Policy
The goal of this handbook is to help facilitate and promote the use of administrative data in the production of high-quality empirical evidence. The chapters present examples of how repurposing administrative data for use ...
LinkedIn Workforce Report, United States, October 2018
Building Smarter Data for Evaluating Business Assistance Programs: A Guide for Practitioners
Provides guidance to program managers and agencies on how to use existing administrative and secondary data sources to conduct lower-cost impact evaluations, with a focus on evaluating business technical assistance programs.
Mapping Postsecondary and Workforce Information Gaps in State Data Systems
State Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS) match data from different sources about individuals over time, and serve as an important resource for state policymakers, researchers, and the public. These systems contain privacy-protected ...
Compendium of Tools for Labor Market Assessment
This Compendium is intended to serve as a compass on labor market assessments and analysis, in order to facilitate the commissioning of such assessments in the future. To respond to the above-mentioned challenges, this ...
Finding Veterans and Military Family Employment-Related and Demographic Data
This resource page has all the relevant federal data sources from theU.S. Census Bureau,U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS),theU.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and theNational Center for Veterans Analysis and ...
CEO Perspective: Future Trends in BI and Analytics
What are the big trends enterprises face in BI and analytics? Satyen Sangani, CEO and cofounder of enterprise data catalog vendor Alation, explains why he thinks machine learning, data literacy, data governance, and data ...