Your Labour Market Is Changing Right Now
Do you fully understand skills demand locally and nationally?
Can you easily identify emerging jobs?
Do you know which employers to engage with strategically?
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Labour Insight is the largest single source of real-time Labour Market Information (LMI) available in the UK
The only source of historic job postings going back to 2012
Millions of job postings
Labour Insight uses data from close to 40,000 sources
Real time data
Real time data – Job posting to analysis in 48 hours
Extracts more than 70 data elements from any given job listing
View the actual job advert/posting that all reports and data is based on
Eleven different levels of geography
Measure mean and median salaries against government data
Identify emerging markets and occupations
Ability to exclude agency and job board postings
Active are UK reseller for Burning Glass Technologies
Labour Insight is used widely within
Our customers include:
“Labour Insight is used extensively by the marketing team in our LMI activity which includes providing insight to strategy, curriculum planning and IAG. I find Labour Insight provides a clarity and enhances government-based statistics. It is a vital part of our suite of labour market tools that provide detailed intelligence.”
“Labour Insight is a very innovative, easy to use reporting tool and the size and volume of data has provided a lot of opportunities for us to deliver our local targets and ambitions. The data enables us to identify and look at the potential demand for skills and employment opportunities across the sectors and to use it to help support Luton residents to access employment”
“I can’t believe I’ve been doing my job without it”
“The ability to delve into the full job advertisement allows extensive interrogation of the data and as a result, this goes well beyond any similar statistics we’ve accessed in the past. I would definitely recommend Labour Insight as a source of information for others in local government.”