Labour Insight for Careers Advisors

Key benefits for Careers Advisors

Labour Insight is used to evidence and articulate the demand for skills and occupations locally, regionally and nationally.  Updated daily it’s the best way to keep on top of what’s really happening in the jobs market right now.

Labour Insight enables you to:

  • Identify which skills are needed to support growth in your region
  • Understand which jobs are in demand, where they are, and which sectors are shrinking or growing
  • Inform young people about the range of opportunities open to them, including apprenticeships, enabling informed decisions about work and study choices.

“Labour Insight is easy and quick to use and the greatest benefit is having up to date information on employer skills and employment needs as well as being able to drill down to specific vacancies.  It also saves time for our own Careers Advisers in their guidance sessions with customers when they can directly have up to date information on recruiting employers and the skills they are seeking.”  

Cathie Kessell

Senior Partnership Manager, Prospects

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Examples of recent reports and tools that have been created with the help of data from Labour Insight

Book your demo

The best way to experience the amazing depth of data Labour Insight can offer you is to take a 30 minute demonstration.  This can be done online or in person.  We will show you the data that’s most of interest to you and answer any questions you may have.  The demo is not a hard sell and there’s no obligation to buy.

We have extensive experience working with colleges and training providers using Labour Insight and would be glad to help you understand how the data can be utilised most effectively. Get in touch with a member of our team today.

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