Brock Kelley has used JobsEQ to help Alabama’s schools comply with Perkins V requirements, tailor students’ education to the regional economy, and strengthen ties between education and the major economic actors in the state.
Chmura is proud that JobsEQ plays such an instrumental role in DCCCD’s efforts to make Dallas and its young people more prosperous. “JobsEQ is an essential tool,” Hays says. “We love its interface, its graphics, and most importantly the integrity of its data.”
Following discussions with partners, site selection consultants, and others about the state of the regional workforce, the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce needed a comprehensive labor availability analysis and report. The Chamber engaged the team of Chmura Economics & Analytics and Global Location Strategies to prepare the study.
Amazon announced plans for a new corporate headquarters in September 2017, setting off a frenzy of bids (238 proposals) as well as speculation as to which city would win the competition. On November 13, 2018, it became official, Crystal City, Virginia—just south of downtown Washington D.C. and the location of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport—would become home to a new headquarters for Amazon, splitting the overall planned expansion with New York City. Chmura Economics & Analytics was honored to perform the economic impact analysis for the Crystal City expansion on behalf of the Virginia Chamber Foundation. This impact analysis included a study of the job, spending, and tax effects projected to result from Amazon’s new headquarters in Northern Virginia.