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Discussion at a UFT teachers' retreat by Jack Powers, chairman of New York City's Advisory Council for Career & Technical Education. on labor market projections and the crisis in college completion.

Discussion at a UFT teachers' retreat by Jack Powers, chairman of New York City's Advisory Council for Career & Technical Education. on labor market projections and the crisis in college completion.

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  • -IPEDS First Look:http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2010/2010152rev.pdf
  • -IPEDS First Look:http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2010/2010152rev.pdf

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  • TRENDS IN CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATIONJack PowersCTEcouncil.org / February 6, 2011
  • Industry Partners
    Business and Industry Professionals,
    Employers, Labor Unions, Post Secondary Representatives, Community Organizations
  • Unemployment Rate, NYC vs. U.S.
    percent, %
    NYC
    U.S.
    Source: NYSDOL Briefing
  • Growing Industries, NYC, 12-Months Ending August 2010
    • Full-Service Restaurants + 4,500
    • Food & Beverage Stores + 4,200
    • Limited-Service Restaurants + 4,100
    • Home Health Care Services + 3,600
    • Accounting, Tax Prep, Bookkpng, Etc. + 2,900
    • Offices of Physicians + 2,800
    • Real Estate + 2,800
    • Employment Services + 2,700
    • Motion Picture & Sound Recording + 2,200
    • Child Day Care Services + 2,200
    • Performing Arts, Sports, Etc. + 2,200
    • Nursing & Residential Care Facilities + 2,000
    • Accommodation + 2,000
    • Computer Systems Design & Related + 1,900
    Source: NYSDOL Briefing
  • Unemployment Rates By Age GroupYear-Ending August 2010
    Source: NYSDOL Briefing
  • Employed 14-21 Year Olds by Sector
    Source: NYSDOL Briefing
  • NYC Employment by Educational Cluster
    Source: NYSDOL Briefing
  • NYC Employment by Training Cluster
    Source: NYSDOL Briefing
  • No College for Three-Fifths
    No College for Three-Fifths
    US: 40.4%
  • NYC Employment & Median Wages by Occupational Group
    Source: NYSDOL Briefing
  • Industry Sectors Ranked by Percent of Front Line Supervisors Jobs
    Retail Trade (6.9%)
    Accommodation & Food Service (6.8%)
    Construction (6.1%)
    Finance & Insurance (4.5%)
    Manufacturing (3.7%)
    Wholesale Trade (3.0%)
    Source: NYSDOL Briefing
  • Growing Industries 2000-2010
    17
    Source: NYSDOL Briefing
     
  • Declining Industries 2000-2010
    18
    Source: NYSDOL Briefing
     
  • High Wage, High Growth Jobs
  • High Wage, High Growth Jobs
  • Source: NYSDOL Briefing
  • http://chronicle.com/blogs/innovations/why-did-17-million-students-go-to-college/27634
  • 23
    Six year graduation rates in four-year colleges and universities
    Average Student Debt at Graduation in 2009: $24,000
    Source: IPEDS First Look: Enrollment in Postsecondary Institutions, Fall 2008; Graduation Rates, 2002 and 2005 Cohorts; and Financial Statistics Fiscal Year 2008.
  • Three year graduation rates in two-year institutions
    24
    Overall rate: 30.5%
    Source: IPEDS First Look: Enrollment in Postsecondary Institutions, Fall 2008; Graduation Rates, 2002 and 2005 Cohorts; and Financial Statistics Fiscal Year 2008.
  • What a great time to be CTE!
  • TRENDS IN CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATIONJack Powersbuzz@CTEcouncil.org