Labor Market Information

About the Center for Occupational Employment Information (COEI)

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Intelligrants (IGX) is the new system of record for training providers.


  • Click here to access Intelligrants (IGX)
  • Click here for instructions on how to register on IGX
  • Click here for instructions to submit student data for IGX quarterly reports
  • Click here for answers to frequently asked questions about IGX (FAQs)
  • Click here to watch a recorded ORI Provider Open House (9/20/2023)
  • For help with IGX, email IGXhelp@dol.nj.gov


  • Click here to search programs on the NJ Training Explorer

The Center for Occupational Employment Information (COEI) is the division of the Office of Research and Information dedicated to meeting the occupational and career information needs of the youth and adults of New Jersey and the professionals and policy makers who serve them. COEI is made up of two units: Training Evaluation and Worker Experience.

The Training Evaluation Unit (TEU), along with the New Jersey Department of Education’s Office of Career Readiness is responsible for the approval and oversight of for-profit and not-for-profit Private Career Schools offering various types of skills/occupational training to the people of New Jersey. All approved providers are required to file renewal applications every two years to maintain continued approval. TEU staff provides technical assistance to approved and prospective providers. For more information, please contact the Training Evaluation Unit by e-mail at TrainingEvaluationUnit@dol.nj.gov.

The TEU also administers the Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL). In New Jersey, all providers who receive State or Federal job training dollars are required to be on the ETPL. The interactive, mobile-responsive New Jersey Training Explorer contains information on all ETPL providers and their programs. The website also features information on the effectiveness of these programs by giving the consumer the ability to compare training providers by employment outcomes and the starting salary after graduation.

The Worker Experience Unit (WEU) is responsible for maintaining and updating NJ Career Central and all the content within. They also serve as the point of contact for user questions.