Regional Workforce Intelligence Network

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A strong regional economy depends on a skilled workforce. MARC's workforce development program coordinates with numerous community partners on a wide variety of strategies designed to enhance workforce development in key industry sectors.

The Regional Workforce Intelligence Network of Greater Kansas City is a regional workforce and economic data exchange system convened by MARC to encourage greater collaboration among the region's workforce data and information professionals.

RWIN is a collaboration of economic development professionals, one-stop centers, workforce centers, community colleges and universities that meets on a regular basis to share information on current workforce development activities. The network provides input on real-time labor market reports, sector partnership development and other workforce development activities in the region.

Next Meeting

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June 20, 2024 | 09:00 am
MARC offices, 600 Broadway, Suite 200, Kansas City, Mo. 64105

RWIN members are invited to participate in a facilitated discussion to identify and prioritize actions for the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Plan Update. We encourage in-person discussions and will offer a virtual option for each meeting.

Please register to receive virtual meeting instructions.

Meeting Archive

Document Name Publication Date
Public Sector TIE Report Fri, Feb 25 2022
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Workforce Data, Reports and Maps

Data, reports and maps about workforce development system supply, demand and resources help local elected officials, workforce development boards and employers fill their workforce needs. It also improves access to jobs, training, and career pathways for residents and increases cost efficiency and relevancy for workforce development programs.

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Monthly Workforce Indicators

The Monthly Workforce Indicators offer a look at the regional workforce including both seasonally adjusted employment and unemployment, employment by industry and the region’s employment growth ranking against 10 peer metros.