This  dashboard provides a comprehensive visualization of the demand for occupations categorized by the 2-digit International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO) codes across various sectors. It adeptly combines rich datasets to display current and evolving job market trends, enabling users to identify which occupations are in high demand in specific sectors at a glance. The dashboard features interactive elements, such as sector-specific filters and dynamic charts, allowing users to drill down into detailed insights for each occupation. Whether looking to understand the broader employment landscape or the nuanced demands within specific industries, this dashboard serves as an invaluable tool. It highlights the intersection of occupation demand and sectoral growth, offering a clear, user-friendly interface ideal for policymakers, career advisors, educators, and job seekers aiming to navigate the complexities of the labor market efficiently.

Career Advisors:

  • Informed Guidance: By understanding which occupations are in high demand across different sectors, career advisors can offer more strategic and informed guidance to those seeking career counseling. This helps in aligning individuals' career choices with market demands, improving their job prospects.
  • Sector-Specific Advice: The sector-based demand data enables advisors to give specific advice to individuals interested in particular industries. They can guide on what qualifications, skills, and certifications are currently valued in those sectors.
  • Trend Analysis: Advisors can use the dashboard to analyze trends over time, identifying sectors that are growing and those that are declining. This long-term perspective aids in advising clients on sustainable career paths and necessary skill developments to stay relevant in the job market.

Vocational Teachers:

  • Curriculum Development: Vocational teachers can utilize insights from the dashboard to ensure their curriculum is up-to-date and aligns with the skills and occupations in demand within various sectors. This ensures students are being prepared for the jobs that are most likely to be available upon their graduation.
  • Career Pathways: With detailed knowledge of sector-specific job demand, teachers can guide students more effectively towards career paths where opportunities are expanding. This guidance can be crucial in helping students choose specializations or electives that enhance their employability.
  • Industry Collaboration: Understanding the demand in various sectors enables vocational educators to establish partnerships with industries for practical training, internships, and apprenticeships, providing students with real-world experience and networking opportunities in fields with high demand.