Collaborative Solutions to Minnesota’s Looming Laborforce Shortage
Our economy is dynamic, and so is our labor force. We know that 21st century problems require 21st century solutions, and that a wealth of new data and state-of-the art tools can be harnessed to foster systems-level change.
Using Real-Time Data to make Minnesota’s Labor Market Work
We use the best data tools available to gather billions of data points on talent supply and demand, including information on more than 11,000 employers hiring in Minnesota today on more than 25,000 websites to see who is hiring and what they’re looking for.
We work across industry silos to bring leaders in education, private industry, workforce development, and community and economic planning together to inform local decision-making and influence regional planning.
New economic and workforce challenges mean that it is more important now than ever before to work together. We engage over 900 stakeholders from government, private industry, foundations, higher education, and non-profits to support economic growth and prosperity.
RealTime Talent is a movement that overcomes industry silos. Learn how Minnesota’s largest companies, colleges, universities, public agencies, and chambers of commerce are working together to solve our state’s workforce challenges.
RealTime Talent aims to connect practitioners with the most cutting edge and innovative data tools for solving their most pressing workforce challenges. We have developed a number of helpful resources to help guide you to use these tools most effectively.
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Quentin Suffren, ExcelInEd, “CTE is having a moment right now!” Did you know that graduation rates for CTE concentrators are about 92%, which is 10% higher than the national average. #cte #careerandtechnicaled #careerreadiness #careerready #businessleads
Aimee Guidera of the Data Quality Campaign drove home the importance of being an advocate for data transparency and translating data into action. Business plays a key role in leading accountability. #businessleads @USChamber
“You can’t work your way through college anymore.” @GeorgetownCEW research looks at how unequal access to financial safety nets and other support make it hard for low-income #WorkingLearners to balance the demands of work and school. https://t.co/kNCTNqGPsb