Real-time jobs and skills analytics, distributed.

Get answers to the future of work by adopting a data-driven approach to your workforce planning needs.

Data is at the core of what we do.

From day one, we’ve taken a data-driven approach to solving for the future of work. Tap into the intelligence we’ve collected and synthesized from over 50 sources worldwide focused on the future of work and skills.

Talent Pathway Data

Gain insight into how your talent and local workforce moves through careers from online profiles and resumes.

  • Career pathway trends on over 80,000 job titles
  • Education paths from over 30,000 institutions
  • Skills and competency patterns on over 30,000 skills
  • Transition patterns on 7 million companies

Employer Demand

Access data sourced from job advertisements
made by employers in key markets.

  • Customized match algorithm
  • Live learning and work opportunities
  • Skills streaming based on your goals

Global Taxonomies and Mapping

Our taxonomies are mapped to global standards and frameworks, using a combination of machine learning, crosswalks, and human verification.

  • Commonly used taxonomies (SOC, NOC, O*NET, ISCO)
  • European Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations
  • IBM Talent Frameworks
  • And more

Workforce Intelligence Dashboards

FutureFit AI Intelligence is available for research, data, and workforce planning teams through interactive analytics dashboards.

  • Real-time employer demand and talent supply
  • Globally sourced, available at the local, regional or national level
  • Interactive filtering, reporting and data export functionality
  • Customizations available

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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Go from questions to answers about the future of work.

Track career transitions and labour demand in real time with our suite of global taxonomies and data analytics tools.
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