Making Wage Data Work
Cost of State Longitudinal Data Systems
Workforce success relies on transparent postsecondary data
How Montana is using data to drive policy change
Measuring Non-Degree Credential Attainment
Measuring Non-Degree Credential Attainment: A 101 Guide for States
Measuring Non-Degree Credential Attainment 50 State Scan
2017 State Legislative Roundup
Skills in the States: 50-State Scan Summary
2016 NSC Legislative Round-Up
As highlighted in NSC’s 2016 state legislative round-up , states increased access to career pathways and set policies to support job-driven training. They also took steps to implement the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.
External Collaboration on Workforce Data
State Policy Reforms to Improve Workforce Data
Realizing Innovation and Opportunity in WIOA: A Playbook for Creating Effective State Plans
This report provides recommendations on how states can use their WIOA state plan to establish strategies that close the skill gap and help workers and businesses succeed.
How Many More Skilled Workers Do We Need? Using Supply and Demand Reports for State Workforce Planning
This report, as a product of the State Workforce and Education Alignment Project (SWEAP), presents a way that states can identify and measure gaps in the number of newly trained workers with a focus on middle-skill jobs.