Research + Publications
CWI understands that both quantitative and qualitative data are needed in order to understand the entire picture. Our knowledgeable research and data analysis staff employ multiple techniques and sources when gathering real-time labor market, economy, and education information. From traditional desktop data obtained across existing sources to more on the ground strategies such as intelligence gathering from stakeholders through interviews, focus groups, and input sessions.
Reports + Publications
Due to the pandemic, we had to adjust our in-person State of the Workforce Breakfast to a shorter virtual presentation. This year, the 2020 Northwest Indiana State of the Workforce Report was released during a virtual presentation on Wednesday, May 26, 2021. View the STATE OF THE WORKFORCE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION here.Download the 2020 NORTHWEST INDIANA STATE OF THE WORKFORCE REPORT here. 2020 Northwest Indiana State of the Workforce Report Recorded Virtual Presentation
Findings in this report aim to make sense of this new paradigm and shed light on the state of technology in Northwest Indiana. For our analysis, we will examine the technology sector and associated industries, technology workforce, and the pipeline for technology skills. Additionally, we’ll identify national trends affecting our local labor market, and charts a path forward to ensure NWI remains competitive long into the future.
The 2018 State of the Workforce Report for Northwest Indiana was released at the Northwest Indiana State of the Workforce Breakfast on Wednesday, April 10, 2019. View the STATE OF THE WORKFORCE POWERPOINT PRESENTATION here. View the STATE OF THE WORKFORCE REAL TALK DISCUSSION NOTES here. Download report here.
The 2016 State of the Workforce for Northwest Indiana was released at a breakfast on April 28, 2017.
The Northwest Indiana Workforce Development Board’s Plan for the Northwest Indiana Region (Region 1) is available. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
A survey of over 100 region employers was conducted to create a poster with 10 competencies that are believed to shape a good work ethic.