Additional Resources

A User Perspective on Monster Government Solutions' Real-time Labor Intelligence [PDF]
This is a presentation from Monster Government Solution. This presentation will guide to learn more about Real-Time Labor Information and address about their research.
ALIGNING COMMUNITY COLLEGES TO THEIR LOCAL LABOR MARKETS: The Emerging Role of Online Job ads For Providing Real-Time Intelligence About Occupations and Skills In Demand.  [PDF]
This study is about the new skills for a new economy, Real-Time insight on jobs and skills, examples from the field, and limitation on analyzing online job ads.
Tuning Into Local Labor Markets: Findings from Sectoral Employment Impact Study 
This report explains findings from the Sectoral Employment Impact Study by Public/Private Ventures that sought to assess whether sector-focused programs increase job seekers' earnings.
In 2016, 17.9 percent of persons with a disability were employed, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. In contrast, the employment-population ratio for those without a disability was 65.3 percent. The employment-population ratio for both persons with and without a disability increased from 2015 to 2016 (by 0.4 percentage point for persons with a disability and by 0.3 percentage point for persons with no disability).
This is the guide have organized the information by topic to make it easier to find and use. All of the Internet links that you can click on to go directly to the source of information described.
How should we look At Jobs? A Discussion of Labor Market Data and Job Postings
This is the first in a series of posts that will provide insight on what we see and where we are going with incorporating job postings into our tools.
Making a Key Distinction: Real-Time LMI & Traditional Labor Market Data
EMSI has heard from many clients lately about real-time labor market information and its potential uses compared to standard labor market data to help colleges and regional workforce planners.
A Month-To-Month Comparison of Real-Time Job Postings and Traditional LMI
In this post we discuss the findings of our side-by-side analysis of seven months of traditional labor market data and real-time information.
Primary and Secondary Labor Markets: Implications for Vocational Rehabilitation [PDF]
This article review theoretical and empirical work in labor economics and the sociology of work relating to the segmentation of the labor market into a primary and a secondary sector and examines the implications for vocational rehabilitation.
Labor Market Information for Youth
This webpage is a list of LMI resources specific to youth.  
Real-Time Labor Market Information: An Environment Scan of Vendors and Workforce Development Users [PDF]
Over the last several years, there has been increasing interest among labor market analysts in what has come to be called real - time labor market information (RT LMI). RT LMI is information gleaned from a large number of online job postings. Several private sector entities have developed software that collects online job postings by “scraping” or “spidering” the listings from the Internet.
This study presents the first field experiment on disability and hiring in the United States, eliminating selection biases while generating evidence in a real-world setting. This study fits into the growing literature on field experiments in economics.
Understanding and Using Labor Market Information to Enhance Employment Services for People with Disabilities [PDF], January 26, 2009
This Webinar talking about understanding and using Labor Market Information to enhance employment services for people with disabilities.
Understanding and Using Labor Market Information to Enhance Employment Services for People with Disabilities [PDF], January 26, 2009
This is a link of the transcript of this Webinar.
Using Labor Market Data to Improve the Job Prospects of People with Disabilities [PDF]
Through this article we can learn more about Labor Market and using Labor Market to improve Job Prospects. LMI can provide information to better inform state planning efforts and strategies, and LMI providers can be strong partners in improving an organization’s decision support process.