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FROM TIP STRATEGIES, INC.THE                  JON ROBERTS IEDC
WHAT IS A JOB?
THREE PERSPECTIVESPEOPLE   FIRMS   POLICY
PEOPLE
BEFORE THEINDUSTRIALREVOLUTION  NO ONE HAD A JOB.
FIRMS
POLICY
THE SHARE OF THE AMERICAN WORKFORCE  THAT BELONGS TO A LABOR UNION   HAS HIT A 97-YEAR LOW (11.3%)
ALL OF THIS ASSUMES ARELATIONSHIP   THAT IS DISSOLVING
BUT WE STILL USE JOBS ASA METRIC FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH
WHOSE JOB IS ITTO CREATE JOBS?
THE PRIVATE SECTOR?
THE PUBLIC SECTOR?
DOES A HEALTHY  ECONOMYREQUIRE JOBS?
REAL GDP PER CAPITA VS. CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION RATE
WHAT ARE THECONDITIONS UNDER WHICH  JOBS ARE CREATED?
WHAT ARE THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH          VALUE IS CREATED?
PEOPLE WITHOUT “JOBS” CAN STILL ADD VALUE
WHAT DOES THIS MEANFOR YOUR ORGANIZATION?
WHAT IS THE COMPOSITION OF THE         WORKFORCE?
WHAT IS TALENT?HOW DO YOU FIND IT & HOW DO YOU KEEP IT?
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY EDUCATION9.6%                                            4.4% UNEMPLOYMENT RATEFOR THE SHARE OF THE L...
WHO YOU SERVE DEFINESTHE RANGE OF POSSIBILITIES             FIRMS/PAYROLLED             EMPLOYEES             FREELANCERS ...
WHICH PROJECTS ADD THE MOST VALUE?
JON ROBERTSTIP STRATEGIES
The Future(s) of Jobs: International Economic Development Council (IEDC) Leadership Conference 2013
The Future(s) of Jobs: International Economic Development Council (IEDC) Leadership Conference 2013
The Future(s) of Jobs: International Economic Development Council (IEDC) Leadership Conference 2013
The Future(s) of Jobs: International Economic Development Council (IEDC) Leadership Conference 2013
The Future(s) of Jobs: International Economic Development Council (IEDC) Leadership Conference 2013
The Future(s) of Jobs: International Economic Development Council (IEDC) Leadership Conference 2013
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  1. 1. FROM TIP STRATEGIES, INC.THE JON ROBERTS IEDC
  2. 2. WHAT IS A JOB?
  3. 3. THREE PERSPECTIVESPEOPLE FIRMS POLICY
  4. 4. PEOPLE
  5. 5. BEFORE THEINDUSTRIALREVOLUTION NO ONE HAD A JOB.
  6. 6. FIRMS
  7. 7. POLICY
  8. 8. THE SHARE OF THE AMERICAN WORKFORCE THAT BELONGS TO A LABOR UNION HAS HIT A 97-YEAR LOW (11.3%)
  9. 9. ALL OF THIS ASSUMES ARELATIONSHIP THAT IS DISSOLVING
  10. 10. BUT WE STILL USE JOBS ASA METRIC FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH
  11. 11. WHOSE JOB IS ITTO CREATE JOBS?
  12. 12. THE PRIVATE SECTOR?
  13. 13. THE PUBLIC SECTOR?
  14. 14. DOES A HEALTHY ECONOMYREQUIRE JOBS?
  15. 15. REAL GDP PER CAPITA VS. CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION RATE
  16. 16. WHAT ARE THECONDITIONS UNDER WHICH JOBS ARE CREATED?
  17. 17. WHAT ARE THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH VALUE IS CREATED?
  18. 18. PEOPLE WITHOUT “JOBS” CAN STILL ADD VALUE
  19. 19. WHAT DOES THIS MEANFOR YOUR ORGANIZATION?
  20. 20. WHAT IS THE COMPOSITION OF THE WORKFORCE?
  21. 21. WHAT IS TALENT?HOW DO YOU FIND IT & HOW DO YOU KEEP IT?
  22. 22. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY EDUCATION9.6% 4.4% UNEMPLOYMENT RATEFOR THE SHARE OF THE LABOR FORCE OVER 25WITHOUT A 4-YEAR DEGREE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE FOR THE SHARE OF THE LABOR FORCE OVER 25 WITH A BACHELOR’S DEGREE + Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics (Current Population Survey)
  23. 23. WHO YOU SERVE DEFINESTHE RANGE OF POSSIBILITIES FIRMS/PAYROLLED EMPLOYEES FREELANCERS ENTREPRENEURS SHADOW ECONOMY
  24. 24. WHICH PROJECTS ADD THE MOST VALUE?
  25. 25. JON ROBERTSTIP STRATEGIES
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