Coleridge Initiative

Unemployment to Reemployment Dashboard

Unemployment to Reemployment Portal

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Initial Unemployment Insurance Claims Dashboard

States in the Midwest Collaborative are working across state borders to create real-time labor market information that is critical for local pandemic response. This interactive tool draws in the latest de-identified UI claims data, processed through the secure ADRF environment. Through visualizations, state staff can:

  • Easily identify which local labor markets and categories of workers are being hardest hit,
  • Estimate the economic impacts of job loss, and
  • Describe the demographic, education, industry, and occupational characteristics of UI claimants.

Learn more by viewing a presentation that demonstrates the uses of the Unemployment to Reemployment Portal, with the Labor Market Information Director for the State of Illinois, Dr. George Putnam, and the Assistant Director of Research and Analysis for the State of Indiana, Diana Barrett.

Multi-State Post-Secondary Dashboard

The dashboard will empower states to better understand the employment outcomes of individuals who participated in their State’s education programs. The information presented in the dashboard will inform state decision-making in education and workforce policy by providing employment outcome measures from multiple states’ workforce data.

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Kentucky Postsecondary Graduate Outcomes by Credential Level: Five years post-graduation, includes all
Kentucky graduates that were employed within Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, or Tennessee from academic year 2013

The two primary goals of the prototype dashboard are to demonstrate the value of:  (1) combining administrative data from multiple states as introduced above, and (2) standardized data models in reproducing analyses across state lines. A presentation showcasing the Multi-State Post-Secondary Dashboard, with Dr. Jessica Cunningham, Executive Director for the Kentucky Center for Statistics, Dr. Josh Hawley, Director of the Ohio Education Research Center, and Dr. Sean Simone, Director of Research and Evaluation at the Rutgers’ Heldrick Center for Workforce Development, provides additional information.

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