We have been using emsi labor market datasets and the ‘emsi Analyst’ tool to generate regional economic reports for our regional partners. We will be generating a set of five reports as a part of the KOIN initiative. The aim of these reports is to give our regional partners an overview of the region and aid them in decision making.
Part I of the Regional Economic Report provided an overview of the region. The report includes regional demographics, GRP, import/exports, jobs, employers, growing/declining occupations and industries, earnings, regional knowledge and skills. Part II of the report describes in more detail the region’s Industry, including major industrial clusters, shift share, jobs and wages. Part III will describe the regional occupations in more details including data about jobs, education and wages. Part IV of the report will describe in detail the educational programs in the region including regional completions, openings, jobs and median wage. The final report will be a summarization of all the parts and additional information and/or case studies.
This is the fourth of the series of the five report for the North Central Kansas region.
We have been using emsi labor market datasets and the ‘emsi Analyst’ tool to generate regional economic reports for our regional partners. We will be generating a set of five reports as a part of the KOIN initiative. The aim of these reports is to give our regional partners an overview of the region and . . . → Read More: Regional Report – Part 3 North Central Kansas
One of the most common measure of economic activity for a region is the gross regional product (GRP). The GRP is the market value of all final goods and services produced over a given period of time and is conceptually equivalent to the national measure of economic growth, the gross domestic product (GDP). In . . . → Read More: Measuring the Regional Economy
Why are we doing this project now? As the global economy changes, the conditions that once made it profitable to manufacture products overseas are disappearing. Companies understand the total costs of offshoring (logistics, quality issues, customer access, etc.) possibly outweigh narrowing differences in labor . . . → Read More: Reshoring Project Q&A
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The graphic above provides an overview of the Advanced Manufacturing Reshoring Strategy Development Project. The summary of the project can be found here.
The graphic shows the various components of the project, how they relate and provides input to the formation of the Manufacturing Reshoring Strategy. The . . . → Read More: About the Reshoring Project Visualization
This RBEG Reshoring Summary is a summary of the aims, goals, and activities of the Southeast Kansas Advanced Manufacturing Reshoring Strategy and is a component of the Project 17 economic development strategy.
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