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How the MSP Region is Addressing the Growing Talent Crisis with Analysis of Real-time Labor Market Data In the last few years, a range of online analytical tools has enabled a clear view of our dynamic and constantly changing labor market. For the first time, this data is available to job counselors and planners not […]
RealTime Talent closed 2017 with a large and growing impact on Minnesota’s education-workforce ecosystem. Here are a few of the accomplishments from 2017 that we are proud of: Created a movement to align talent development, workforce services and Minnesota’s labor market RealTime Talent developed 21 career pathway guidance reports in Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources, […]
The new year marks several exciting new beginnings for RealTime Talent. We are pleased to announce that we completed our transition and are now operating as a public-private collaborative program within the Minnesota Chamber Foundation. We are thankful for the generosity and support of The Saint Paul and Minnesota Community Foundations that we have called […]
The 7-county Minneapolis-Saint Paul region faces a worker shortage of over 62,000 by 2020. RealTime Talent and MSP Win are bringing new research to the table to help workforce planners mobilize around our current and future needs, an essential step if we are to maintain our region’s growth and competitiveness. Workforce development professionals must be […]
Our newest infographic highlights some of the latest trends in Information Technology–including the top soft skills, character traits, and computer skills that employers are looking for in new candidates. Take a look to see what employers are demanding from today’s Minnesota job seekers and get a sense of how much this field is expected to […]
If English isn’t your only language, you can find some great opportunities that leverage your unique skills ¿Se Habla Español? Chances are good that you do, because speaking a language other than English is at an all-time high in the United States. As of 2015, one in five Americans—nearly 62 million people—speak a language […]