Accessing the most powerful labor market data and algorithms

FutureFit AI uses over 350 million global talent profiles, live labor market information and projections, and proprietary machine learning algorithms to identify an individual’s skills, recommend possible career paths, and create a personalized roadmap of learning, support resources, and coaching to drive successful outcomes.


Powerful Data

FutureFit AI has created one of the most comprehensive mappings of labor market information to bring together talent demand, talent supply, and credentials data.

We’ve analyzed over 20 different labor market data sources, including:

  • 350+ million talent profiles
  • 80,000+ different job titles
  • 30,000+ different skills
  • 2.5+ million localities
  • 140+ industries

Equity-Focused Artificial Intelligence

We’ve developed equity-focused AI to provide personalized recommendations of career paths, learning opportunities, and resources to help individuals navigate career transitions. 

FutureFit AI employs extensive methods to ensure our algorithms are not perpetuating existing biases in the labor market and that the recommendations individuals receive do not discriminate based on any demographic background.

Data Privacy & Security

FutureFit AI’s platform is powered by industry-leading data privacy and security standards: we built our technology to meet the most stringent global thresholds, including GDPR and CCPA.

We strongly believe in transparent data sharing, and we ensure our partners have co-ownership of and access to all data they generate.


Our data contributes to global research at the forefront of the future of work and skills:


Dream Jobs? Teenagers' Career Aspirations and the Future of Work

“Canadian analysts at FutureFit AI have taken a first look at these questions, comparing a number of datasets from different countries to look for evidence of labour market signalling.”
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The Economist

Youngsters’ job preferences and prospects are mismatched

“The OECD [and authors] points out that some of the fastest-growing occupations are rarely mentioned by young people.”
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