The Future(s) of Jobs: International Economic Development Council (IEDC) Leadership Conference 2013
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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 Presentation Transcript

  • 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 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)
  • WHO YOU SERVE DEFINESTHE RANGE OF POSSIBILITIES FIRMS/PAYROLLED EMPLOYEES FREELANCERS ENTREPRENEURS SHADOW ECONOMY
  • WHICH PROJECTS ADD THE MOST VALUE?
  • JON ROBERTSTIP STRATEGIES