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SWN STEM Presentation Dec 2012

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Susquehanna Workforce Network Science, Technlogy, Engineering & Math Summit …

Susquehanna Workforce Network Science, Technlogy, Engineering & Math Summit
December 7 , 2012

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  • 1. STEM SummitLynn Reed, Executive DirectorGovernor’s Workforce Investment BoardBruce England, Executive DirectorSusquehanna Workforce Network, Inc.December 7, 2012
  • 2. Middle Skill Jobs What is a middle-skill job?  One that requires more than a high school diploma but less than a four-year degree Some 37.5 percent of all job openings in Maryland between 2010 and 2020 will be in middle-skill jobs.
  • 3. Projected Job Openings Projected Job Openings in Maryland By Skill Level 2010-2020 Entry-Level 24.0% High-Skill 38.9% Middle-Skill 37.5% Source: Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation
  • 4. Projected Job Openings Employment Job Openings 2010 2020 Number %Total All Occupations 2,671,660 2,999,645 971,890 100.0Management Occupations 187,345 201,820 53,410 5.5Business and Financial Operations Occupations 166,735 197,660 64,415 6.6Professional and Related 648,090 768,980 261,190 26.9Total High Skill 1,002,170 1,168,460 379,015 39.0Sales and Related Occupations 268,630 284,230 100,020 10.3Office and Administrative Support Occupations 405,255 434,205 122,400 12.6Construction and Extraction Occupations 136,325 149,250 42,730 4.4Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations 101,775 108,425 30,605 3.1Production Occupations 86,675 86,350 20,105 2.1Transportation and Material Moving Occupations 141,745 154,920 48,480 5.0Total Middle Skill 1,140,405 1,217,380 364,340 37.5Service Occupations 523,500 607,850 226,485 23.3Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations 5,585 5,955 2,050 0.2Total Low Skill 529,085 613,805 228,535 23.5
  • 5. Demand in MD Middle-skill STEM Occupations Employment Employment Occupational Title 2010 2020 Total Education Value Occupational Title 2010 2020 Total Education Value Some college, no AssociatesComputer Support Specialists 15,635 18,415 6,885 degree Architectural and Civil Drafters 1,185 1,120 230 degreeLife, Physical, and Social Associates AssociatesScience Technicians, All Other 2,130 2,365 1,135 degree Chemical Technicians 660 715 155 degreeEngineering Technicians, Associates Electrical and Electronics AssociatesExcept Drafters, All Other 2,960 3,490 1,095 degree Drafters 675 680 135 degreeElectrical and Electronic Associates Environmental Engineering Associates Technicians 335 410 135 degreeEngineering Technicians 3,595 3,855 950 degree Forest and Conservation Associates Associates Technicians 225 250 115 degreeCivil Engineering Technicians 1,765 1,945 515 degree Agricultural and Food Science AssociatesMechanical Engineering Associates Technicians 225 230 80 degreeTechnicians 1,275 1,350 320 degreeEnvironmental Science and Aerospace Engineering and AssociatesProtection Technicians, Associates Operations Technicians 395 370 75 degreeIncluding Health 490 590 305 degree High school AssociatesSurveying and Mapping diploma or Nuclear Technicians 110 130 55 degreeTechnicians 975 1,080 290 equivalent AssociatesSocial Science Research Associates Drafters, All Other 190 180 35 degreeAssistants 580 620 285 degree Geological and Petroleum Associates Associates Technicians 35 40 15 degreeMechanical Drafters 985 1,075 280 degree
  • 6. STEM Jobs Professional and Technical jobs in science, technology,engineering and mathematics – including medical or Jobs that require science, technology, engineering andmath skills…
  • 7. Breakdown of Industries in Susquehanna WIA As of 2011 Other Services Leisure & Hospitality 3,571 12,209 (3.2%) (11.0%) Public Sector Total 27,234 (24.5%) Education & Health Services 13,449 (12.1%) Natural Resources, Mining & Construction Professional & 7,002 Business Services (6.3%) 10,537 (9.5%) Manufacturing Financial Activities 8,503 3,646 (7.6%) (3.3%) Trade, Transportation Information & UtilitiesSource: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages 576 24,504 (0.5%) (22.0%)
  • 8. Total Projected Demand (2008-2018) By Skill Level Susquehanna SusquehannaTotal HighSkill 31.9 25.0 31.9 43.1Total Total HighMiddle Skill 43.1 Skill Total Middle SkillTotal Low Total Low SkillSkill 25.0 Source: Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation
  • 9. Susquehanna Region STEM Openings by Occupation Total Job Openings………………………….. 4215 Computer & Mathematical ……………..….... 649 Architecture Engineering ……………………. 374 Health Practitioners & Technical …………… 264 1,167 Total STEM Job Seekers …………………… 582
  • 10. STEM Middle Skill Job Openings in the Susquehanna RegionMedical Device Operator BIOMED TechnicianAcquisition Analyst Quality Testing LabWeb Developer Systems EngineerFinancial Analyst Production PlannerApplications Engineer Coding Compliance AuditorCivil Designer Drafter/Graphic ArtistOperational Analyst HVAC Service TechProgrammer Analyst CAD ModelerAdministrator Warehouse Management SpecialistLogistician Engineering TechTechnical Writer Jr. Quality AnalystNET Web App Developer Database ArchitectClient Service Analyst Mechanical TechnicianProduct Lead Electronics TechnicianOffice Manager Quality Configuration Specialist
  • 11. Population of Susquehanna WIA by Sex and Age 2000 vs. 2010 2000 2010 Absolute Change Percent ChangePopulation 304,541 345,934 41,393 13.6% Male 149,675 169,994 20,319 13.6% Female 154,866 175,940 21,074 13.6%Age Under 9 46,092 44,678 -1,414 -3.1% 10 to 19 45,473 50,048 4,575 10.1% 20 to 24 14,362 19,879 5,517 38.4% 25 to 34 40,657 39,812 -845 -2.1% 35 to 44 55,127 48,360 -6,767 -12.3% 45 to 54 44,257 57,372 13,115 29.6% 55 to 59 15,967 23,262 7,295 45.7% Source: Census Bureau, 2000 & 2010 Decennial Census 60 and over 42,606 62,523 19,917 46.7%
  • 12. Considerations STEM workers command higher wages earning 26% more than their non-STEM counterparts. Employers have indicated a significant shortage of technicians and middle-skill workers needed to implement the new technologies developed by highly skilled innovators. Middle skill jobs represent the largest share of jobs in the Susquehanna Region – some 43.1%; high skill = 31.9%. Two-thirds of the people who will be in Maryland’s workforce in the year 2020 were already working adults in 2005.
  • 13. Considerations [continued] TT&U, Healthcare Services, Construction, Information Technology and Manufacturing are private sector industry sectors projecting workforce needs. 76% of Private Sector establishments in the region are micro- businesses (1-9 employees) while large businesses (100+) comprise 1.8 % of establishments STEM-related jobs will require attention to segments of the workforce that are often overlooked in STEM discussions: incumbent workers who need skills upgrading, dislocated workers and transitional workers who are trying to find new jobs in industries, and individuals from groups traditionally underrepresented in STEM fields.

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