TechSTL IT Labor Market Presentation hosted on October 12th

Join TechSTL for the unveiling of the 2022 IT Labor Market Report as their team of economists and researchers share the key findings of the MSA Workforce data. The Labor Market Report is the first annual research of TechSTL outlining the current state of the regional Tech Industry with a focus on the data economy. Establishing baseline data on the size and scope of IT in the St. Louis Metro, the Report also presents a snapshot into the diversity, educational attainment, and growth trajectory of the initial four core categories:

  • IT and Computing
  • Data Analysis
  • Design
  • Business and Finance

The 2022 Report was developed by the Center for Applied Economics at Lindenwood University, led by Dr. Howard Wall, and with data equity advisement from Cristina Garmendia, Principal at URBNRX. Presentations will be shared by Dr. Wall, Ms. Garmendia, and the Executive Director of TechSTL, Emily Hemingway.

This event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited. Hosted at the Lindenwood University Downtown Campus located on the lower level of the Old Post Office.

PARKING:

Validation will be available for those parking in the 9th Street Garage (above Schnucks). Entrance to the garage is located on Olive Street between 9th & 10th. After exiting the garage, enter the Old Post Office building through the doors facing 9th Street and go down one level to find the event.

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