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Talent Analyst Report Summaries

TALENT INSIGHTS

Please note that all Talent Analyst reports can be exported to Excel, CSV, and/or PDF (table reports, such as the Job Postings Table, are not available in PDF). To export a report, click on the green Export button at the top right corner of the report. 

Occupation Snapshot: One of our most frequently used reports, the Occupation Snapshot is an overview of an occupation in a specific region, with links to other reports providing more detail. Recommended search is by MSA or state; may also run by county or nationwide. The search may be run for multiple locations and/or job titles. Run the advanced search to layer in key words and/or skills. Sources: government, profiles, and job postings.

*Note: “Job family” refers to government data for the occupation(s) that matches the search term, while “social profiles” refers to data from online social profiles. Job family data (e.g., compensation, diversity, age of workforce) is the most comprehensive, as all legal employment is reported to and by the government. Social profile data adds additional layers not found in government data, such as skills, keywords, alma mater, and employer.

Geography Explorer: A map search for occupation, job title, or keyword in a given region (MSA, state, or nation. Displays a heatmap and a table with the top regions based on matching profiles, job family employment, median compensation, annual postings compensation, and estimated hires per posting. government, profile, and job postings. Sources: government, profiles, and job postings.

*Profile Analytics: Search social profiles using a variety of data points (keyword, job title, alma mater, company, etc.). This search is especially flexible, allowing you to search social profiles by one or more data points. Sources: profiles.

Compensation Analysis: Displays a graph of compensation data for a given occupation and region (county, MSA, state, or nation). Includes a table comparing regional, national, and COL-adjusted regional compensation. May be filtered by experience range, skills, and keywords. Sources: government and profiles. 

Talent Supply by Compensation (Workforce Availability): Allows you to search for talent supply in a given region for a job title or occupation based on hourly wage. Includes graphs showing the increase in supply as the wage increases and/or the talent pool expands to other occupations. Sources: government and profiles.

*Rank and Filter Occupations: A customizable table (may include wage, COL, total supply, demographics, etc.) comparing all occupations for a given region. May also be limited to a defined set of occupations. Sources: government. 

*Map Occupations: A map search for occupations. Displays a heatmap for the occupation and a customizable table (may include wage, COL, total supply, demographics, etc.). May also be filtered by region. Sources: government.

*Occupation Age and Diversity: Search for an occupation and region (zip code, county, MSA, state, or nation) to see a breakdown by race/ethnicity, gender, age, and education attainment. Sources: government. 

Employment by Industry: Search for an occupation and region (zip code, county, MSA, state, or nation) to compare the top industries employing that occupation. Sources: government. 

*Occupation Bulk Download: Download a CSV with a customizable dataset for multiple occupations in multiple regions. Recommended to use Market Comparison when comparing smaller numbers of occupations and/or regions. Sources: government. 

*Compensation Bulk Download: Download a CSV with compensation data for multiple job titles in multiple regions. Recommended to use Market Comparison or Compensation Analysis when comparing smaller numbers of job titles and/or regions. Sources: government and profiles. 

 

MARKET INSIGHTS

Market Comparison: Compare workforce, population, and community data for two or more regions (zip code, county, MSA, state, or nation). May also be filtered by occupation. Customize the table to include a wide range of data points, from population to median wage to cost of living to crime rate. Sources: government and job postings. 

*Market Snapshot: An overview of the population and workforce in a region (zip code, county, MSA, state, or nation). Sources: government, profiles, and job postings. 

*Staffing Snapshot: An overview of the staffing patterns within a specified region (zip code, county, MSA, state, or nation), including staffing spend, top jobs filled, and competition. Sources: government and job postings. 

*Talent Attraction: Search for talent supply that may be attracted to move to a region. Search for an occupation and region, and view the top MSAs where that talent may be found, based on total supply, alumni, and earnings. Sources: government, profiles, and job postings. 

*Map Demographics: A map search for talent supply. Displays supply change and location quotient over time, and may be filtered by age, gender, race/ethnicity, and region. Sources: government. 

*Educational Attainment: Search by county, MSA, state, or nation for talent supply by educational attainment. Includes graphs and tables for educational attainment, educational attainment by diversity, and educational attainment by gender. Sources: government.

*Map Educational Attainment: A map search for talent supply based on education level. Displays supply change over time and location quotient, and may be filtered by gender, race/ethnicity, and region. Sources: government.

Unemployment: Search unemployment by county, MSA, state, or nation. Results include unemployment percentages broken down by 2-digit SOC code and industry. Sources: government.

 

COMPETITOR INSIGHTS

Job Posting Competition: Search job postings using a variety of data points (keyword, skills,  job title, company, etc.) and see an overview of the competition. This search is especially flexible, allowing you to search job postings by one or more data points. Sources: profiles and job postings.

*Company Talent Profile: A snapshot of the trajectory of talent in a given company (may also be filtered by region and/or occupation. This report displays trends in recruiting efforts for a given company, allowing you to visualize their marketing efforts at a glance. Sources: profiles and job postings.

*Job Postings Table: Allows you to search job postings using a variety of data points (region, occupation, job title, company, skills, industries, keyword). Within the report, you can choose to view the table by job title, industry, occupation, company, or skills. You can also filter by job location (remote/non-remote), part-time or full-time, and education level. Sources: job postings, profiles, government. 

*Map Job Postings: Displays a heat map showing job posting concentration. Sources: job postings.

*Businesses Table: Displays Industry and Business, Contact Info, Lat/Long, and/or Custom Data Selection for a region, limited by industry (optional). Also maps local businesses to NAICS code and Industry Name. Sources: Database USA. 

*Businesses Map: Displays a map of businesses in a specific industry, filtered by Industry and Business, Contact Info, Lat/Long, and/or Custom Data Selection for a region, limited by industry (required). Sources: Database USA. 

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