Coach and develop skills that hold long term value

Leverage our skill demand analysis to create new course offerings and close the skill gap

Skill demand

Talismatic’s skill demand graph helps predict which skills are set towards an upward trajectory within coming years. It helps community colleges examine course relevance and incorporate high demand skills to shorten the skill gap. Talismatic helps educators connect curriculums to current hiring patterns, directly linking course completion to better job opportunities. The skill demand analysis promotes competency-based learning, appealing directly to students who are returning to college or for those trying to break into a new field. Talismatic’s job skill analysis can also define the micro-credentials that are essential to attaining proficiency in a selected field. It also offers a sophisticated way to refine course selection based on student’s career interests.

Predict hiring trends through fluctuations in the job skill demands

Predict hiring trends through fluctuations in the job skill demands

Offer better career advisement to aspiring students

Offer better career advisement to aspiring students

Use real-time hiring data to validate course curriculums

Use real-time hiring data to validate course curriculums

Grant additional value to certifications, degrees and diplomas

Grant additional value to certifications, degrees and diplomas

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