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Making Better Bets: Using Labor Market Data to Craft New Programs, Ensure Quality, and Deliver on Promises

14 days ago   |   By Economic Modeling

Summary
The York University School of Continuing Studies has made the use of labor market data a core strategy for achieving its mission to help students to get jobs, build skills, and advance their careers.
By applying labor market data analysis to design, marketing, quality, and management work, it's possible to accelerate the program development process while maintaining confidence in the plans.
Over five years, student enrollment increased by 1000%, the school won national recognition for innovation in its curriculum, and generated sufficient revenue to self-fund a new building.
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