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Alessia Leibert

Alessia Leibert is a Project Manager for DEED. She has led the Minnesota Hiring Difficulties Survey and the Workforce Data Quality Initiative (WDQI) grant project of the U.S. Department of Labor. She is an expert in the analysis of employment outcomes of post-secondary graduates, occupational hiring demand, and database development. Before joining DEED, Alessia worked as instructional coordinator for a business school in Italy and as visiting lecturer for an English language university in Central Asia. She has a bachelor's and master's degree in economic history from the University of Rome, Italy, and a master's degree in public affairs from the Humphrey Institute at the University of Minnesota.

alessia.leibert@state.mn.us

Recent articles

Stackable Credentials: Myths and Reality 
March 2017 - MN Economic Trends

A Good Job After College
July 2016-MN Employment Review

Racial Disparities in Wage and Employment After Graduation
December 2015 - MN Economic Trends

Follow the Yellow Brick Roads: which paths of school and work lead students to success after graduation?
January 2015 - MN Employment Review

Rewards of a STEM Education
December 2014 - MN Economic Trends

How Well Does a College Education Pay?
April 2014 - MN Employment Review

Measuring Employment Outcomes for Graduates
March 2014 - MN Economic Trends

Hiring Difficulties in the Manufacturing Sector
December 2013 - MN Economic Trends

Hiring Difficulties Study: Information Technology
June 2013 - MN Economic Trends

Are Skilled Workers Scarce?
June 2013 - MN Employment Review

Matching Workers with Registered Nurse Openings:Are Skills Scarce?
March 2013 - MN Economic Trends

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