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  • 1. NW PA STEM Region Videoconference
    Center for Workforce Information & Analysis November 8, 2010
  • 2. Agenda
    • General STEM Information
    • 3. STEM Employment
    • 4. STEM Employment by Educational Attainment
    • 5. STEM Wages
    • 6. Employment within the STEM Fields
    • 7. Healthcare, Construction & Manufacturing
    • 8. Real-time Employment Data
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  • 9. Northwest STEM Region
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  • 10. Northwest Region for Data
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  • 11. STEM FAQs
    • Total STEM Occupations: 222
    • 12. STEM Occupations that are also Green: 53
    • 13. STEM Occupations that are also PA HPOs: 67
    • 14. STEM Occupations are projected to grow more than Non-STEM occupations over the next 10 years.
    • 15. The Northwest region accounts for 8% of the STEM in PA.
    • 16. A majority of the STEM occupations require a Bachelor’s Degree or higher.
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  • 17. STEM FAQs
    Top Employed STEM Occupations in Northwest Region:
    Note: Automotive Service Technicians & Mechanics is the only one that is not green or an HPO.
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  • 18. STEM FAQs
    Top Employed STEM/Green Occupations in Northwest Region:
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  • 19. STEM FAQs
    Top Employed STEM/HPO Occupations in Northwest Region:
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  • 20. STEM Employment
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  • 21. 10
    STEM Employment By WIA, Percent Change (2006-2016)
  • 22. STEM Occupations are Projected to Grow More than the Non-
    STEM Occupations Over the Next Ten Years (2006-2016)
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  • 23. STEM Occupations are Projected to Grow More than the Non-
    STEM Occupations Over the Next Ten Years (2006-2016)
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  • 24. Northwest STEM Employment Accounts for 8% of Statewide STEM in 2006
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  • 25. STEM Occupations Make Up 19% of the Northwest Region’s Workforce
    Total NW Population = 531,880
    Total NW STEM Population = 101,610
    Approximately 1 in every 5 jobs is STEM in the Region
    Non-STEM
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  • 26. 2006 STEM Employment by WIA
    • Approximately 1/3 of all STEM Occupations in the Region are also Green.
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  • 27. Regional STEM Openings
    Most Openings for STEM Occupations in Northwest Region:
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  • 28. STEM Employment by Educational Attainment
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  • 29. STEM Educational Attainment
    STEM Occupations Requiring…
    Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 132
    • Registered Nurses (AD) is projected to be the fastest growing STEM occupation. Projected volume growth of 2,310 from 2006-16.
    Long-Term on-the-job Training or Some Postsecondary Education
    74
    Short-Term or Moderate-Term On-The-Job Training
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    All Occupations Requiring…
    Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 258
    Long-Term on-the-job Training or Some Postsecondary Education
    241
    Short-Term or Moderate-Term On-The-Job Training
    327
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  • 30. STEM Occupations with Highest Expected Growth 2006-2016, by Educational Attainment
    Northwest Region
    Requiring a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher
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  • 31. STEM Occupations with Highest Expected Growth 2006-2016, by Educational Attainment
    Northwest Region
    Requiring Long-Term On the Job Training or Some Postsecondary Education
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  • 32. STEM Occupations with Highest Expected Growth 2006-2016, by Educational Attainment
    NorthwestRegion
    Requiring Short-Term or Moderate-Term On the Job Training
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  • 33. STEM Wages
    22
  • 34. On Average STEM Occupations Earn More
    2008 Average Annual Wage
    23
  • 35. Average Annual STEM Wage is Higher Across All Education Levels
    24
  • 36. STEM Fields
    • Agriculture, Forestry, Construction, Installation, Maintenance & Repair
    • 37. Architecture & Engineering
    • 38. Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports & Media
    • 39. Business & Financial
    • 40. Computer & Mathematical
    • 41. Education & Training
    • 42. Healthcare
    • 43. Life, Physical & Social Science
    • 44. Management
    • 45. Production & Transportation
    * defined by occupation
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  • 46. STEM Fields
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  • 47. Employment in STEM Fields
    The top 3 fields employ 65% of the Northwest STEM workers
    Healthcare
    Agriculture, Forestry, Construction, Installation, Maintenance & Repair
    Business & Financial
    29%
    20%
    16%
    The fields of Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports & Media, Education & Training, and Life, Physical & Social Science only accounted for 5% of the STEM employment.
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  • 48. STEM Employment by Industry
    • Construction, Healthcare & Manufacturing account for 62% of the employment
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  • 49. STEM Occupations By Industry
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  • 50. 2006 Projected Growth Change by Industry
    Northwest Region
    • Healthcare generally pays more.
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  • 51. Real-time Data
    Help Wanted Online (HWOL)
    The HWOL data series “measures the number of new first-time online jobs
    and jobs reposted from the previous month on more than 1,200 major
    internet job boards and smaller job boards that serve niche markets and
    smaller geographic areas.” The rationale for the use of this data set is that
    an increase in the number of jobs being posted online is an indication of
    increased demand for workers. It is important to note that while the HWOL
    data series is one of the most comprehensive counts of online job postings
    available, not every job that is available and or filled is done so through an
    internet job board. For this reason, increases in HWOL posting counts may
    indicate an increase in demand.
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  • 52. Regional STEM Job Postings
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  • 53. Above Average STEM Job Postings Growth
    Northwest Region
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  • 54. STEM Overview
    • STEM occupations make up 19% of the Northwest Region’s workforce.
    • 55. NW Region STEM is projected to grow 9.0% over the next 10 years, 10.7% statewide.
    • 56. SE PA is projected to have the largest employment growth from 2006-16.
    • 57. Approximately 1/3 of all STEM occupations are also Green.
    • 58. Registered nurses are projected to growth the most between 2006-16.
    • 59. A majority of STEM occupations require a Bachelor’s Degree or higher.
    • 60. On average, STEM occupations pay more than Non-STEM.
    • 61. Three STEM fields employ 65% of all NW STEM Workers.
    • 62. NWSTEM Healthcare employment is projected to by 17% over the next 10 years. Healthcare also typically pays more.
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  • 63. CWIA Contact Info
    Customer Response Line:
    877-493-3282
    Email: workforceinfo@state.pa.us
    On the web: www.paworkstats.state.pa.us
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