Charlie Ball

Charlie Ball

@lmicharlie

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Head of HE Intelligence at HECSU/Prospects, now merged with Jisc. Make LMI interesting and understandable. UK, regional labour markets, graduate mobility.

NE Cheshire/High Peak border
Joined on November 06, 2012
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @lmicharlie and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
a day
Average replies
1
Average retweets
4
Average likes
13
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Thanks everyone, hope you found that useful and it gave you a bit of entertainment as well. Give me a shout if you want the slides. I'm sure some of them could come in handy in other contexts.

I have NO IDEA how *that* slide got in there, honest.

Right, about to bust a few myths with all new data. Bring it on. @gradconsult @JoinHandshakeUK #SAPC20

Quoted @NACEOrg

The final overall average starting salary for the Class of 2019 is $53,889, which is up 5.8 percent over the final average starting salary of $50,944 for the Class of 2018. https://t.co/NzpbwZ2BWX https://t.co/6BWqx3z2PT

The final overall average starting salary for the Class of 2019 is $53,889, which is up 5.8 percent over the final average starting salary of $50,944 for the Class of 2018. https://t.co/NzpbwZ2BWX https://t.co/6BWqx3z2PT

Interesting US figures here; worth looking at the full thing. https://t.co/T9R4V9UqFZ

This week's UK labour market developments are all gathered and explained here https://t.co/UzxPIeMOkT

Quoted @rikhewitt

Changes in skills demand in 2020 by citations of skills in total unique online job postings falling into the 'high skilled' SOC1-3 category. This uses the open access Emsi Skills library, that captures terms used in postings and CVs, and @EMSI_UK's job postings analytics #LMI https://t.co/bdUwrxGFFW

Career development is in there! https://t.co/x6l464Sfar

Looking for something to do in the last hour of Friday? Why not fill in a survey about your graduate, apprenticeship and school leaver recruitment over the last year https://t.co/4s2tuRuztF @IoSEorg

Here's my own blog (forgot to update it last week, naughty me) on the UK graduate labour market featuring rather a lot of developments during the week, some graphs, the usual comment and analysis, and soundtracked by Mr Paddy Aloon https://t.co/bYob05RIpI

Quoted @JackKennedy82

Gap in job postings trend on @IndeedUK narrows for fourth week running, but London continues to lag. Overall job postings trend running -51% down on last year as of 4 Sep, narrowing slightly from -52% the previous week. https://t.co/lVGKAC8FGR

Gap in job postings trend on @IndeedUK narrows for fourth week running, but London continues to lag. Overall job postings trend running -51% down on last year as of 4 Sep, narrowing slightly from -52% the previous week. https://t.co/lVGKAC8FGR

Jack's been doing great work and his data is worth following. https://t.co/n4E8hI4oDT

Quoted @Rebecca_GradC

Join us!!! We’re a lovely lot - deadline 30th September ❤️ https://t.co/UW1xPDDnSD

Is right, Rebecca and her crew are ace. This is a great opportunity for someone. https://t.co/MZMSLL8zVN

Quoted @JohnnySRich

There is – thankfully – a big difference between considering dropping out and doing it, especially due to money problems. A thread… /1 https://t.co/S1whD0r9y2

Johnny being right. https://t.co/xzzGA1u7YS

The CDI
10 days ago
Today is the last day to book this exciting online training session with Julia Yates. 

Five Fabulous New Career Theories…

https://t.co/129WrnpVuB

#thecdi https://t.co/fmuqjAlJ9j

Today is the last day to book this exciting online training session with Julia Yates. Five Fabulous New Career Theories… https://t.co/129WrnpVuB #thecdi https://t.co/fmuqjAlJ9j

Quoted @CentreforCities

A look at footfall in the UK's largest city and town centres reveals the impact of policies like #EatOutToHelpOut EOTHO boosted Monday — Wednesday footfall. Weekends were only slightly down, suggesting people did not simply shift their nights (or days) out. https://t.co/7LG9REKGwG

A look at footfall in the UK's largest city and town centres reveals the impact of policies like #EatOutToHelpOut 

EOTHO boosted Monday — Wednesday footfall. Weekends were only slightly down, suggesting people did not simply shift their nights (or days) out. https://t.co/7LG9REKGwG

This data is fascinating and worth your time. https://t.co/wb0WsJepMb

Fancy a webinar from the LMI team at Prospects about the graduate labour market right now? yes, you do. https://t.co/XtO3Hd3dQS

This week's update on the UK graduate labour market, including some very interesting research from the LSE https://t.co/q2375Uo60O

Weekly labour market update is here, with all the newest data and analysis on the UK graduate labour market. https://t.co/ErNV1clnAp

NACE
22 days ago

Are you looking for first-destination resources? CIP codes. Survey template. Best practices. Standards/protocols. NACE data collection through 12/30/2020. #careerservices https://t.co/xVfQOw5sJz

Some quick thoughts on today's apprenticeships figures in @tesfenews Spoiler alert: it's not great news... https://t.co/t0Q0RdwwPA

Quoted @CreativePEC

Our new research shows class imbalances across the UK's creative industries. Read the 5 key findings in the thread below and find out more about the programme of work we are leading towards a more diverse and inclusive creative sector https://t.co/EpfyzuCjiW (1/7) https://t.co/llWLMLQNgy

Our new research shows class imbalances across the UK's creative industries. Read the 5 key findings in the thread below and find out more about the programme of work we are leading towards a more diverse and inclusive creative sector https://t.co/EpfyzuCjiW (1/7) https://t.co/llWLMLQNgy

These are truly shocking figures. Just 16 % of people in creative jobs – journalists, writers, broadcasters, theatre and film professionals – are from working class backgrounds. So much wasted, unfulfilled talent. @CreativePEC @nesta_uk https://t.co/KGw9SicXea

The alternative version of my blog, with a bit more info in as things are being published every day - including a particularly interesting piece from the ONS about occupational change .Soundtrack inspired by @FiCobb's listening habits during analysis. https://t.co/rPaeyAyAXa

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