See Seattle Area Workforce Data in a New Way

A new update to the Workforce Development Council's interactive Talent Pipeline Application features new ways to visualize data about the regional job market.
 
 

Community Attributes, Inc. is launching a new version of Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County (WDC) interactive Talent Pipeline Application.

New features include ways to analyze the supply and demand of all occupations in King County, filter results by wage, educational level and industry, and visualize occupations in a number of different ways.

See more about the Talent Pipeline Application online here.

Here’s what Community Attributes said about this update in a release:

Community Attributes, Inc is proud to launch an update to the Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County (WDC) interactive Talent Pipeline Application. The Talent Pipeline Application provides a cutting edge application of workforce data and technology to understand the regions' supply and demand of local workers. The WDC is Washington’s state and federally-designated workforce agency that administers federal and local programs to serve our regions' workforce.

CAI has provided the WDC with research and strategy support for the WDC’s Talent Pipeline since 2011. WDC and CAI launched the Talent Pipeline Application in September 2016, and has updated the model with current data and new features, reflecting new methods in forecasting occupation demand.

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