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Presentation from the ERE Expo Spring 2011, moderated by John Zappe and featuring Jason Whitman and John Younger.

Presentation from the ERE Expo Spring 2011, moderated by John Zappe and featuring Jason Whitman and John Younger.

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    Where The Jobs Are Where The Jobs Are Presentation Transcript

    • Where The Jobs Are Data driven recruiting and you
    • Our panelists John Younger Jason Whitman Founder & CEO Vice President, Accolo, Inc. Client Services Indeed.com n  Founded y/net in 1996, one of n  VP / Technology at the earliest pure RPOs. Versant, a marcom firm n  In 2000, founded Accolo, which with special employment has won dozens of awards, and recruiting practice including HRO s Bakers n  Faculty, University of Dozen. Wisconsin n  Former VP / HR for Bank of America 2Where the Jobs Are
    • Data Hungry? 3Where the Jobs Are
    • Resources n  Bureau of Labor Statistics ¡  Employment Situation Summary n  Unemployment rate; job growth by sector ¡  JOLTS (Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey) n  Openings, hires, and separations by industry. 4Where the Jobs Are
    • JOLTS Sample 5Where the Jobs Are
    • BLS – The Source •  800 occupations Monthly data on employment, •  •  400 industries hours, and earnings •  By level of complexity / analysis •  Trend difficulty •  By region, By state, By Metro •  Sick leave, paid holidays, insurance coverage, supplemental pay •  Plan details •  By industry, occupational groups, worker status, census areas 6Where the Jobs Are
    • Other Resources n  The Conference Board ¡  Employment Trends Index n  Composite of multiple sources ¡  Help Wanted OnLine Data Series n  Count of online job postings ¡  By states, regions, metro areas, key industries ¡  Consumer Confidence n  Monster Employment Index ¡  US, Europe, Local US ¡  Occupations, Industries, comparisons 7Where the Jobs Are
    • Other Resources n  ADP National Employment Report n  Labor Department ¡  Weekly unemployment claims ¡  Incentives, Tax Credits, and Assistance n  U.S. Census Bureau ¡  Employment projections and participation rates. n  State and local development office 8Where the Jobs Are
    • Thank You Questions, comments, suggestions and ideas to: John Zappe John@ere.net 9Where the Jobs Are