Data and research are the backbone of WIN’s partnership, policy, and process improvement efforts. WIN data helps inform local, state, and national partners’ decisions about education and training investments, program design, equipment purchases, talent pipeline management and workforce planning, career awareness and readiness efforts, career pathways, and much more. WIN is a national leader in analyzing and applying labor market data, including real-time data gathered from online job postings. WIN’s research and data capabilities include primary and secondary data gathering, analysis (including statistical and econometric analysis), application, and communication.
This work aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the root causes of employee turnover and the potential gaps that exist in the development of career pathways for those with barriers to employment.
Key considerations from research, funding, provider insights, and referral patterns in Detroit
Research to analyze job postings for a broad set of occupations associated with aspects of cybersecurity
Collaboration between WIN and the ATLAS Center at UMTRI to define and analyze the transportation safety workforce.
Report summarizing survey of companies in southeast MI on changing technologies and what the workforce needs to do to prepare.
Collaboration between WIN and the ATLAS Center at UMTRI to define and analyze the connected and automated vehicle workforce.
Social network analysis (SNA) is a visual and mathematical analysis of how people interact, exchange information, learn, and influence each other.
WIN has created short data snapshots on selected specific occupations that provide information about wages, employment projections, and recent job postings. These one-pagers are geared toward students and job seekers looking at prospective careers and educators interested in developing curricula for in-demand jobs.