At Revelio Labs, we focus on workforce analytics because we believe organizations and people suffer from a lack of understanding of the world’s talent. Workforce data, unlike financial data, lacks the standardization necessary to develop sophisticated insights. Yet labor markets are the largest and most important markets in the world.
By providing a clear source of workforce information, we see a world where the allocation of human capital is as efficient, transparent, and scientific as the allocation of financial capital, resulting in a more engaged and better performing workforce for everyone.
Revelio Labs is an industry leader in workforce intelligence. Our team of Data Scientists, Economists, and Engineers have the unique expertise to deliver valuable workforce analytics that empower our partners to make actionable, data driven decisions.
Data scientists, economists, and engineers
PhDs and other advanced degrees
Revelio Labs uses the most advanced techniques in data science and statistical modeling to provide clean, reliable workforce data.
By ingesting the universe of publicly available online profiles, job postings, employee sentiment reviews, and layoff notices, we've created a standard structure to unify occupations and job titles, skills and activities, and companies and other organizations. Our team of data scientists and engineers use the latest methods in statistical research to address sampling bias, adjust for lags in reporting, and embed corporate structures to create a comprehensive understanding of the labor market.
In addition to delivering this data through our self service products and APIs, we also provide custom research through our team of expert labor economists.
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