Discover the live job market. We turn millions of job postings daily into an interactive experience about what skills and educations employers want for their jobs. Segment the market by occupation, education, STEM, trades or income. Use the map and its familiar tools to define the area of your preferred work location. Fly to another city or state to compare the need for your skills and education. All displayed data is derived directly from the underlying database of job postings.
On your discovery you will learn which skills and education you match for the jobs you are interested in. You will also find your skills gap. Share your information with counselors and education providers to upgrade your marketability. Ideally you are still in school which gives you time to close your skills gap before you graduate.
Build your resume. We provide important text for your resume which helps employers recognize you. When you are ready apply for jobs online. Candogram partners with the National Labor Exchange reaching over 70,000 employers nationwide.
Job Market Education
Students in high school and college prepare for years to enter the job market. Their education is expensive. They need to learn early which specific skills and education employers require for their high paying jobs. How can they pick the right courses without this knowledge?
Candogram is an online tool that helps students understand the skills and education needs of the job market while they are going to school. It accompanies them as a guide from freshman to graduation.
Freshman year is where the journey into the job market begins. Students learn about skills and education needed for jobs they may want when they graduate from high school or college.
Candogram's program for high school students boosts their motivation and helps close their skills gap for high paying jobs. Our program accompanies students from freshman year to graduation.Learn More
Trades/Technical High Schools
Not everybody is college bound. Trades provide rock solid, high paying jobs that provide independence and security.
Employers are clamouring for professionals who can work with their hands in addition to their mind. High school students who are interested in learning a trade can reap great rewards.Learn More
According to the College Board, tuition has more than tripled since the 1980s. It is essential for college students to know which skills employers want in order pick the courses that support high paying jobs.
Candogram works with colleges and universities to help their students optimize their skill set for the investment in their education.
Our program starts with college admissions or during freshman year and continues through graduation.Learn More
Robotics Job Openings
Autonomous Driving Job Openings
Cyber Job Openings
There are millions of job openings across the country. Employers are looking for individuals who have the skills and education that match their job requirements.
In order to reach qualified candidates employers announce their job openings by posting a description together with requirements. These job postings are available on the web sites of employers as well as distributed to public job boards.
Individuals who are interested in a particular job can apply by writing and submitting an appropriate resume which addresses the specific job description and requirements.
Job postings are removed when positions are filled. As a result there is daily turnover in posted jobs. Individuals looking for work want to stay informed about jobs that have been closed as well as new job openings.
STEM High Demand Job Openings
Learn To Match These Job Requirements
Mind the Skills Gap
What is your Skills Gap?
Your skills gap is the list of skills and education you don't have which employers require for the jobs you want.
Find your Skills Gap.
Select a work location and job titles you are interested in. Candogram will pull the list of skill and education requirements from the job postings and turns them into a self-assessment. Select all requirements you can match. What remains is your Skills Gap.
Upgrade Your Skills
According to research by PriceWaterhouseCoopers 38% of all US jobs could be automated by 2030.
National Labor Exchange
The National Labor Exchange (NLx) is an electronic labor-exchange network, created in 2007 in a partnership agreement between National Association of State Workforce Agencies and DirectEmployers Association (DirectEmployers). This is an unprecedented public-private partnership that leverages private non-profit-owned technology with existing state workforce agency resources.
Mission & Vision
The mission of the NLx is to provide the most accurate and comprehensive collection of real online job openings in order to achieve the highest level of efficiency for the nation's labor exchange – at no additional cost to state workforce agencies, employers and job seekers.
The vision of the NLx is to provide the nation with an accurate understanding of the current labor market in order to improve labor exchange efficiency to better serve our nation's diverse workforce.