When it comes to job titles, employers and workers often speak a different language. This misalignment establishes a foundation that keeps the two groups from easily connecting with one another. The result?
A common job-title language is the first step to connect people and employers. That’s the goal of Emsi Open Titles, the first comprehensive list of titles modeled from employer job descriptions, resumes, and online professional profiles.
By simplifying the language they use to label work, employers can construct job descriptions using common titles: titles that their target audience will understand. The result? Jobseekers find the right opportunities, and employers make the right hires.
A second benefit of a common job-title language is that employers can now benchmark their roles with the outside world. This is an integral first step required to perform the level of business analyses quickly becoming the standard in modern people and workforce analytics practices, such as:
Comparing your supply of talent to the external availability of talent.
Enhanced recruitment analysis
Aligning your open jobs to the available supply and cost of talent in a given location.
Compensation analysis and benchmarking
Comparing your pay rates to external benchmarks for similar roles.Learn more about role analysis and benchmarking
Open Titles library
We created the library by distilling over 20 million raw titles from the labor market to roughly 75,000. We update the library every two weeks, monitoring job descriptions and profiles for new and emerging titles. Search the entire library for free!
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What is a title?
In Emsi Open Title's, a title is anything that defines or describes someone's role.
How are job titles selected for inclusion?
We select job titles from online job descriptions, resumes, and professional profiles.
What is unique about Emsi Open Titles?
Emsi Open Titles is unique because our titles reflect the actual names of job titles in the real world.
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