Chmura Data

Our Data

Communities, economic developers, businesses, site selection consultants, workforce development practitioners, and educators all have need for reliable and insightful data to inform policy, gauge performance, confidently make business expansion decisions, understand and promote workforce advantages, or present successes.

Data, Tools, and Expertise

As a data-driven organization, we’re focused on developing products, services, and software tools that help our clients cut through confusing information, opinions, and anecdotal information, to reach the hard facts.  To that end, we’ve designed offerings that range from off-the-shelf reports to a customized set of services designed to help answer complex questions and implement solutions.

The types of clients who have benefitted from our data, tools, and expertise include:

  • Colleges and universities
  • Chambers of commerce
  • Counties, cities and states
  • Industry associations
  • Non-profits
  • Workforce development boards
  • Corporations
  • Economic developers
  • Site selectors
  • Government entities
  • Real estate developers
  • Tourism boards

Solutions and Reports


Employment, wages, and education data down to the zip code level in a dynamic reporting tool.

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Advanced economic data sets and analysis to help public and private clients evaluate specific issues.

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Economic information and data analysis geared to answer specific questions for a wide scope of clients and audiences across the public and private sectors.

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LaborMarket Data

Data that give a clearer picture of an area’s current and projected demographics, workforce characteristics, and industry and occupation trends, all customized to a user-defined region.



Weekly and quarterly economic reports that review recent financial events and provide an economic forecast, as well as consensus view of upcoming reports. 



Overviews of your region’s economy including employment, wage, and unemployment trends, detailed occupation characteristics, or occupation demand for a given postsecondary program.



Detailed federal spending data, adjusted for contract time of performance, at the local, state or MSA level to better understand changing contract spending and its impact on occupations, industries, and the supply chains to those industries.



Virtual platform for primary data gathering that engages individuals in virtual focus groups to capture responses and compile data and statistics on those responses.