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Explore the local job market to effectively manage the connection between students, job seekers, and employers. Job Pulse can answer these questions:
What is the demand for specific jobs in a local or national region?
Which positions are most difficult to fill?
Which qualifications are most likely to be needed for a particular job?
How can candidates boost their job marketability?
Who’s hiring and where?
Where to find good candidates if there are none locally?
Is there a more appropriate job based on the job seeker’s current skill set?
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Real-time job data for career service: Support students and alumni as they explore careers and make academic and career decisions with the world’s pre-eminent source of real-time labor data, Burning Glass Technologies.
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