Pennsylvania Plastics Manufacturing Industry: Job Forecast & Benchmarks

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Presentation by Rose Baker & David Passmore at 2008 Plastics SourceNet Symposium, University Park, Pennsylvania, 13 March 2008.

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Pennsylvania Plastics Manufacturing Industry: Job Forecast & Benchmarks

  1. 1. Pennsylvania Plastics Manufacturing Industry: Job Forecast & Benchmarks Rose M. Baker David L. Passmore Sustainability Pennsylvania Plastics SourceNet Symposium ALLIANCES FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
  2. 2. Penn State Workforce Education & Development Initiative Rose Baker David Passmore Program Manager Workforce Assessment Center & Assistant Professor of Education Professor & Director Penn State Institute for Research in Training & Development
  3. 3. Today
  4. 4. The industry in the Pennsylvania economy
  5. 5. Three aspects of plastics Manufacturing within the Pennsylvania economy
  6. 6. Performance
  7. 7. Performance
  8. 8. Performance
  9. 9. Performance
  10. 10. Performance
  11. 11. Performance
  12. 12. Performance
  13. 13. Dependency Dependency
  14. 14. Relative delivered price, 2007 -.08% -2.1% PA manufacturing versus entire US PA plastics manufacturing versus entire US Competitiveness
  15. 15. Relative costs of production, 2007 -1.4% -2.6% PA manufacturing versus entire US PA plastics manufacturing versus entire US Competitiveness
  16. 16. Relative cost of labor, 2007 -1.0% -1.4% PA manufacturing versus entire US PA plastics manufacturing versus entire US Competitiveness
  17. 17. Relative cost of fuel, 2007 PA manufacturing versus entire US PA plastics manufacturing versus entire US 4.2% 4.3% Competitiveness
  18. 18. Relative cost of capital, 2007 -0.8% -0.6% PA manufacturing versus entire US PA plastics manufacturing versus entire US Competitiveness
  19. 19. Threats & opportunities − − + +
  20. 20. Employment & Job Openings to 2017
  21. 21. Two forces create job openings
  22. 22. Forecasted occupational trends
  23. 23. Industry benchmarks
  24. 24. Sales
  25. 25. Central Lehigh Valley Luzerne & Schuylkill Northeast Northwest Southeast Southwest Three Rivers, Westmoreland & Somerset Tricounty Job Change Firm Change Employment Concentration
  26. 26. Regional Change for Jobs and Firms TC TR,W&S C LV SW L&S NE SE NW 32521 32599 32611 32612 32613 32614 32615 32616 32619 33322 33351 42461
  27. 27. Location quotients
  28. 28. Fastest growing industry by increase in employment Pharmaceutical preparation manufacturing: 19,038 jobs 325211 325991 326111 326112 326113 326121 326122 326130 326140 326150 326160 326191 326192 326199 333220 333511 $2,440,000 $3,717,000 $11,308,000 $4,585,000 $22,295,000 $357,000 $436,000 $145,000 $299,000 $334,000 $26,996,000 $2,450,000 $44,000 $36,436,000 $51,000 $65,000 $111,958,000 total plastics industry sales to the pharmaceutical preparation manufacturing industry $510,293,000,000 total Pennsylvania Gross State Product in current dollars for 2006 total Pennsylvania Gross State Product for manufacturing durable and nondurable goods $75,372,000,000 0.15% of mfg PA GDP 0.02% of total PA GDP
  29. 29. Largest occupations by employment Molding, coremaking, and casting machine setters, operators, and tenders, metal and plastic TC TR,W&S C LV SW L&S NE SE NW Packers and packagers, hand Team assemblers Mixing and blending machine setters, operators, and tenders Machinists
  30. 30. Pennsylvania Plastics Manufacturing Industry: Job Forecast & Benchmarks Rose M. Baker David L. Passmore Sustainability Pennsylvania Plastics SourceNet Symposium ALLIANCES FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

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