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What does Labour Insight offer you?

Labour Insight gives you accesss to granular labour market data for your region of interest, to help you answer the following sorts of questions:

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✓ What are the top occupations in our location?

✓ Which jobs are growing the most?

✓ What is the median salary for specific jobs?

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✓ Which skills are currently in-demand?

✓ Which skills are growing or declining?

✓ What skills are required for specific jobs?

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✓ How does job demand differ by region?

✓ How does skills demand vary between areas?

✓ How do salaries compare in different areas?

5 major use cases

Here are five ways our clients are using Labour Insight to achieve their goals - each of which can be used by your organisation for your area:

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Understand Trends

Understand the jobs local employers are seeking and the skills they’re requesting for new employees.

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Identify Strengths

Identify the industries in your area that are strongest and those with the best opportunities for growth.

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Direct Jobseekers

Connect students or workers to in-demand jobs which utilise their skillset and transferable skills.

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Design Courses

Ensure that education programmes and courses are well aligned to the needs of local employers.

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Spot Opportunities

Track the jobs and skills that are emerging, plus those potentially at risk from things like automation.

“Lightcast enables us to access a data source that supports the work that we do, and furthers it. It’s really important, when building relationships within a research-based community, to have the evidence base to initiate conversations and credibly support them.”

Meg Dench,

Manager of Careers and Employability

University of Melbourne

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