Commercial air travel across the nation has increased by over 124 million passengers from 2012 through 2017, but some regions are benefitting more than others. The Los Angeles and New York City metro areas have each seen over 11 million more passengers board planes at their airports over the past five years. Following close behind, the Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, Seattle, and Miami markets have also added more than 5 million air passengers from 2012 through 2017. The following map highlights these changes, with labels for all metro areas that gained over 2.5 million additional airplane passengers.
The JobsEQ team never stops optimizing and expanding the platform. The latest set of updates includes two exciting workflow personalization features within the JobsEQ platform, the addition of union breakout data to our Demographic Profile Analytic, and some expanded analytic outputs for clients who have access to our Real-Time Intelligence (RTI) job posting data.
When I was much younger and learning to cook, I wanted to fix a ham in the pan that my mother gave to me. She always made the best hams. So I proceeded to cut both ends off the ham, prepare it with her special spices and put it into the oven. I wondered to myself, “Why am I cutting off both ends? Mom always did.”
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Since June is celebrated as National Safety Month, we thought it would be interesting to consider safety in the context of the workforce. When we first think of occupations related to safety, we may consider workers such as law enforcement professionals, fire fighters, and EMTs—people whose job it is to respond to a specific and often anticipated threat.