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Monthly Snapshot:

The latest  unemployment rate  is 3.9 % , compared to 3.5% at the same time last year.

The latest  size of labor force is 662,709 , compared to 657,796 at the same time last year.
 
The latest  number of  monthly online job postings is 18,410 , with 5,258 of those requiring an Associate's degree or higher and 4,298 of those requiring a Bachelor's degree or higher.
 
The latest  number of quarterly (July-September) online job postings is 46,382 , with 13,207 of those requiring an Associate's degree or higher and  10,781 of those requiring a Bachelor's degree or higher. 

*All above data refers to the Louisville Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).
Heather Carroll Cox is the Chief Digital Health and Analytics Officer at Humana and a keynote speaker
Workforce & Education Summit next Friday, December 14 at Ali Center

Tomorrow's Talent is hosted by KentuckianaWorks,  55,000 Degrees,  GLI, and the Greater Louisville Project. 

The summit will focus on how the Louisville region can develop an inclusive, tech-savvy workforce that is prepared for the economy of the future.

Dr. Neeli Bendapudi, President of the University of Louisville, and Heather Cox, Chief Digital Health and Analytics Officer at Humana, are the keynote speakers. The lineup of speakers includes a diverse group of tech innovators and community leaders addressing critical challenges like how to increase STEM training, youth employment, and equity in the local workforce. See detailed agenda here.  


Please note: Tickets to the event are free but registration is required and space is limited. 
Nearly 300 people attended the event last year at the Ali Center
Links to Workforce Resources
The Labor Market Update is a monthly report produced by KentuckianaWorks, the Louisville region's Workforce Development Board. The report gives Louisville's policymakers and business leaders an overview of the local economy through powerful visuals and concise analysis. 
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