Entries by Phil Arellano

Season Change

Just as fall brings about changes to the leaves of the trees, so too has it brought about changes for RealTime Talent.  On October 1st, RealTime Talent moved into the office space of the Center for Economic Inclusion.  With boxes in hand, we trekked through the St. Paul skyway and made our way to the […]

RTT’s Erin Olson Teams Up With Minnesota Compass

This past month, RealTime Talent research strategist Erin Olson had the opportunity to collaborate with Minnesota Compass’ research scientist Justin Hollis to author an article focusing on Minnesota’s workforce shortage.  The article highlights the early warning signs found in high job vacancies around 2016 as well as the potential ways our state could chip away […]

Real-time Data in Non-Profit Career Services

Imagine.  A powerful magic box.  Inside this magic box is information – and this information has the ability to influence your knowledge of job market trends by presenting the most current and in demand jobs, skills, and certifications, in any area of the state of Minnesota.  Remember, the box is magical – so feel free […]

Reflections on the Past Year

Did 2018 fly by for you?  It did for the RealTime Talent team.  About this same time last year, we were welcoming our new Executive Director, Deb Broberg, to RealTime Talent and we had just finished moving into the Chamber Foundation location.  We adopted the mantra, “new year, new location, same mission.”  As the year […]

RTT Joins Center for Workforce Solutions

As a Program of the Minnesota Chamber Foundation, RealTime Talent Joins the Newly Created Center for Workforce Solutions St. Paul, MN (05/08/18): The Minnesota Chamber yesterday announced the creation of the Center for Workforce Solutions, an innovative initiative under the leadership of the Chamber Foundation. Through collaboration and key partnerships, it offers research and programs […]

Hispanics and Latinos in the Workforce

September 15th through October 15th is National Hispanic Heritage Month.  Hispanic and Latino people began to arrive to Minnesota in significant numbers in the early 1900’s.  Currently, over 280,000 Hispanic and Latinos reside in Minnesota.  This infographic details the impact our Hispanic and Latino population has on our state and the workforce.     To download a […]