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I am sometimes asked to assist in teaching the Labor Market Information portion of the Career Development Facilitator (CDF) training in different districts around the state. This is the most recent …

I am sometimes asked to assist in teaching the Labor Market Information portion of the Career Development Facilitator (CDF) training in different districts around the state. This is the most recent version.

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  • 1. 5/19/2014 1 February 10, 2014 Lorraine Faulds Workforce Intelligence Coordinator SC Department of Employment & Workforce “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Expose counselors to information they can share with students and parents so better education and career choices can be made. Goal for this workshop:
  • 2. 5/19/2014 2 20 million Americans (17%) change jobs each year. 41% of adults said they had a career plan. 69% said if they were starting over, they would try to get more career information. Educational “false starts” cost in tuition, possible occupational mismatches, employee turnover, and unemployment. Source: The Importance of Career Planning, Montana Department of Labor & Industry Why is career planning important? What Students Would Have Done Differently To Be Successful in Today’s Labor Market Been more careful about selecting a major in college Done more internships or worked part time Would have started looking for work much sooner (while still in college) Would have taken more classes to prepare for a career Would have gone to a different college Something else Would not have gone to college 48% 47% 38% 27% 14% 9% 4% Source: Unfulfilled Expectations: Recent College Graduates Struggle in a Troubled Economy, John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development, Rutgers University, May 2011
  • 3. 5/19/2014 3 Information such as: Population Labor force Educational data Occupations Wages So you can know what’s coming through your doors! So we need information to make intelligent decisions… A look at the local area… (population & labor force)
  • 4. 5/19/2014 4 Population SC US Population, 2012 estimate 4,723,723 313,914,040 Persons under 5 years, percent, 2012 6.3% 6.4% Persons under 18 years, percent, 2012 22.9% 23.5% Persons 65 years and over, percent, 2012 14.7% 13.7% White alone, 2012 68.4% 77.9% Black or African American alone, 2012 28.0% 13.1% Other, 2012 3.6% 8.0% Language other than English spoken at home, age 5+, 2007-2011 6.7% 20.3% High school graduate or higher, percent of persons age 25+, 2007-2011 83.6% 85.4% Bachelor's degree or higher, percent of persons age 25+, 2007-2011 24.2% 28.2% Veterans, 2007-2011 399,403 22,215,303 Median household income, 2007-2011 $44,587 $52,762 Persons below poverty level, percent, 2007-2011 17.0% 14.3% Source: US Census Bureau, http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/community_facts.xhtml First, a few definitions… Employed: Persons 16 years old or older who worked for pay (at least one hour) any time during the week that included the 12th of the month. Unemployed: Persons 16 years old or older who are not working but want a job, and are able and willing to work. Labor Force: Employed plus unemployed. Unemployment Rate: Unemployment divided by labor force. Labor Force Information
  • 5. 5/19/2014 5 Source: SC DEW, Local Area Unemployment Statistics program Employment & Unemployment in SC (Last 12 Months) 1,970,000 1,975,000 1,980,000 1,985,000 1,990,000 1,995,000 2,000,000 2,005,000 2,010,000 2,015,000 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 120,000 140,000 160,000 180,000 200,000 Source: SC DEW, Local Area Unemployment Statistics program SC and US Unemployment Rates (Last 12 Months) 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.0 Jan-13 Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec US SC
  • 6. 5/19/2014 6 Source: SC DEW, Local Area Unemployment Statistics program Unemployment Rates with Recession RECESSION 0.0 2.0 4.0 6.0 8.0 10.0 12.0 14.0 US SC A look at educational data…
  • 7. 5/19/2014 7 Educational Attainment Population 25 years old and older, SC, 2012 Less than 9th grade, 5.2% 9-12th grade/no diploma, 10.0% HS/GED, 29.8% Some college/no degree 21%Associate's, 8.9% Bachelor's, 16.0% Master's and above, 9.1% Dropout Rate The SC Department of Education defines a dropout as “a student who leaves school for any reason, other than death, before graduating or completion of a program of study and without transferring to another school or institution.” Dropouts Enrollment Dropout Rate Greenville School District 642 21,166 3.0 Charleston School District 274 11,702 2.3 Richland School District 395 14,281 2.8 South Carolina 5,232 209,282 2.5 Dropouts, Grades 9-12, 2011-12 http://ed.sc.gov/agency/ac/Student-Intervention-Services/documents/2011- 12-SC-DropoutsBySchool.pdf
  • 8. 5/19/2014 8 Effects of Dropouts According to a report by the Alliance for Excellent Education, if 1,000 more students graduated: They would earn a combined $11 million in added earnings in a year They would spend an additional $1.1 million each year By the midpoint of their careers, they would buy homes worth $23 million more than they would have without a diploma They would support 60 new jobs, increasing state revenue by almost $1 million a year Data from Alliance for Excellent Education, www.all4ed.org Chosen Career Clusters in SC, 2011 Cluster* % of students Health Science 23.6 Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communications 12.7 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics 9.8 Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security 9.0 Education and Training 7.3 Human Service 7.0 Architecture and Construction 5.7 Business, Management and Administration 5.4 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics 4.8 Manufacturing 3.4 Agriculture, Food and Natural Resource 3.4 Information Technology 3.4 Hospitality and Tourism 1.8 Finance 1.1 Government and Public Administration 1.0 Marketing, Sales and Service 0.6 TOTAL 100.0 Note: Students may declare more than one cluster or major on an e-IGP; only the first cluster or major chosen is used for reporting. *Declared clusters for students declaring a specific cluster on their primary e-IGP for 2011-2012 year; source: SC Dept of Education Cluster % of Students Health Science 22.0 Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communications 15.1 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics 11.6 Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security 7.7 Human Service 6.4 Business, Management and Administration 6.4 Education and Training 6.0 Architecture and Construction 4.4 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics 3.8 Government and Public Administration 3.3 Agriculture, Food and Natural Resource 3.3 Information Technology 3.1 Hospitality and Tourism 2.8 Manufacturing 2.0 Marketing, Sales and Service 1.2 Finance 1.0
  • 9. 5/19/2014 9 Source: http://ed.sc.gov/agency/rda/documents/CollegeFreshman2010-11.pdf After High School… 4 Yr College, 39.1% 2 Yr College, 3.9% Technical-degree, 23.0% Technical-cert, 2.5% Other Schools, 0.8% Employment, 11.7% Armed Forces, 4.0% Other , 14.9% Plans of 2011 High School Graduates in SC What about college graduates? The top college majors in SC Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences Education Liberal Arts and Ssciences, General Studies and Humanities Biological and Biomedical Sciences Social Sciences Psychology Visual and Performing Arts Engineering Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians
  • 10. 5/19/2014 10 About the jobs… When it comes to jobs, people should be looking at…
  • 11. 5/19/2014 11 Where Are The Jobs? Industry Employment % of Employment Health Care and Social Assistance 240,291 13.0% Retail Trade 230,624 12.4% Manufacturing 223,097 12.0% Accommodation and Food Services 202,576 10.9% Educational Services 167,347 9.0% Administrative and Waste Services 141,983 7.7% Public Administration 110,191 5.9% Professional and Technical Services 83,240 4.5% Construction 79,834 4.3% Finance and Insurance 67,302 3.6% Wholesale Trade 66,696 3.6% Transportation and Warehousing 57,613 3.1% Other Services, Ex. Public Admin 49,504 2.7% Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 31,765 1.7% Information 28,651 1.5% Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 27,244 1.5% Management of Companies and Enterprises 17,418 0.9% Utilities 17,310 0.9% Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting 11,646 0.6% Mining 1,131 0.1% Source: SC DEW, QCEW Industry Employment in SC, Second Quarter 2013 Avg. Emp. % of total Emp. General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 85,147 35.4% Offices of Physicians 34,860 14.5% Nursing Care Facilities 19,946 8.3% Individual and Family Services 14,040 5.8% Community Care Facility for the Elderly 12,064 5.0% Home Health Care Services 11,542 4.8% Offices of Dentists 10,918 4.5% Child Day Care Services 9,530 4.0% Offices of Other Health Practitioners 8,697 3.6% Residential Mental Health Facilities 7,079 2.9% Outpatient Care Centers 6,674 2.8% Other Ambulatory Health Care Services 4,934 2.1% Vocational Rehabilitation Services 4,207 1.8% Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories 2,883 1.2% The Jobs Top 20 jobs with the most openings in SC (2010-2020) Retail Salespersons Registered Nurses Combined Food Prep. & Serving Workers, Inc. Fast Food Cashiers Office Clerks Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand Customer Service Representatives Personal Care Aides Landscaping & Groundskeeping Workers Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers Nursing Aides, Orderlies, & Attendants Waiters & Waitresses Receptionists & Information Clerks Elementary School Teachers (not Special Ed.) Janitors & Cleaners (not Maids/Housekeepers) Bookkeeping, Accounting, & Auditing Clerks Childcare Workers Supervisors of Office & Administrative Workers Security Guards First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers
  • 12. 5/19/2014 12 Top 50 Jobs with the Most Openings in SC See handout for complete list. Occupation Title # Change (2010-20) % Change (2010-20) Avg. Hourly Wage ($) Career Cluster Education Level* Retail Salespersons 10,867 17.0 11.63 Marketing Sales and Service Less than high school Registered Nurses 10,238 24.7 28.33 Health Science Associate's degree Combined Food Prep. & Serving Workers, Inc. Fast Food 6,651 18.7 8.46 Hospitality and Tourism Less than high school Cashiers 6,328 11.1 8.88 Marketing Sales and Service Less than high school Office Clerks 6,112 17.3 12.72 Business, Management and Administration High school diploma or equivalent Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand 5,223 17.1 11.95 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Less than high school (sorted by number of jobs) South Carolina's Top 50 Projected Occupations for 2020 Declining Occupations Top 20 Declining Jobs in SC (2010-2020) Correctional Officers and Jailers Door-to-Door Sales Workers, News and Street Vendors Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, and Processing Machine Operators Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service Postal Service Clerks Textile Knitting and Weaving Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders Textile Winding, Twisting, and Drawing Out Machine Sewing Machine Operators Chemical Plant and System Operators Data Entry Keyers Food Service Managers File Clerks Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers Textile Bleaching and Dyeing Machine Operators and Tenders Information and Record Clerks, All Other Legislators Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related Materials Rehabilitation Counselors Floral Designers
  • 13. 5/19/2014 13 About the money… The more you learn, the more you earn!! 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 Less than H.S. H.S. diploma/GED Some college/Associate's Bachelor's Master's & above $18,102 $25,704 $31,143 $43,365 $54,018 Income by Education Level in SC, 2012
  • 14. 5/19/2014 14 Reality check! www.jumpstart.org/reality-check.html An example from Reality Check… •Shelter: Share apartment with roommate •Transportation: Used car (includes insurance, maintenance, car payment) •Food: Eat out •Utilities: Electric, gas & water, cell phone •Expenses: Minimum clothing, company health insurance, Internet access •Entertainment: Basic cable, concerts, clubs, music downloads •Personal: Basic haircut, makeup, do laundry at laundromat, car wash, personal hygiene items, savings/gift/church fund Take home pay would need to be $15.23/hour!!
  • 15. 5/19/2014 15 Educational Requirements for the Top 50 Jobs in SC 41 out of 50 do not require classroom training beyond high school! But remember, many of these occupations do not pay well because they do not require much education. Education # of Occs. High school diploma or equivalent 27 Less than high school 14 Bachelor's degree 4 Postsecondary non-degree award 3 Associate's degree 2
  • 16. 5/19/2014 16 Jobs that require OJT (from the top 50 occupations in SC) • Bookkeeping/Accounting Clerks ($16.08) • Customer Services Reps ($14.41) • Retail Salespersons ($11.63) • Security Guards ($12.57) OJT jobs where a certificate will help… Pharmacy Technicians ($13.59) Truck Drivers, Heavy/Tractor Trailer ($17.55) Medical Assistants ($14.00)
  • 17. 5/19/2014 17 Jobs that require Postsecondary/ Career Training or an Associate’s Degree Registered Nurses ($28.33) Nursing Aides/Orderlies/Attendants ($10.44) HVAC Mechanics/Installers ($17.72) Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) ($18.77) BUT REMEMBER… The more you learn, the more you earn!! 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 Less than H.S. H.S. diploma/GED Some college/Associate's Bachelor's Master's & above $18,102 $25,704 $31,143 $43,365 $54,018 Income by Education Level in SC, 2012
  • 18. 5/19/2014 18 Elementary School Teachers ($23.38) Management Analysts ($34.34) Accountants & Auditors ($28.18) Middle School Teachers ($23.60) Jobs that require a Bachelor’s Degree or higher Going to college? Think about your major! College Majors with the Highest EMPLOYMENT Rate Geological & Geophysical Engineering Military Technologies Pharmacology School Student Counseling Medical Assisting Metallurgical Engineering Treatment Therapy Agricultural Economics Agricultural Production & Management Atmospherical Sciences and Meteorology College Majors with the Highest UNEMPLOYMENT Rate Psychology Educational Administration Biomedical Engineering Linguistics US History Studio Arts Source: www.studentsreview.com/unemployment_by_major.php3?sort=Rate Civil War History Teacher or Meteorologist??
  • 19. 5/19/2014 19 Current Online Job Openings Top 20 in SC (Nov. 7, 2013 to Feb. 4, 2014) Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers Registered Nurses Retail Salespersons First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers Customer Service Representatives First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Workers Insurance Sales Agents Maintenance and Repair Workers, General Sales Representatives, Wholesale/Mfg., Exc. Technical/Scientific Products Industrial Engineers First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers Computer User Support Specialists Network and Computer Systems Administrators Computer Systems Analysts Medical and Health Services Managers Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers, Including Fast Food Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners Certificates for Online Jobs Top 10 in SC (Nov. 7, 2013 to Feb. 4, 2014) 6 of the top 10 requested certificates are healthcare- related Commercial Driver's License Certified Registered Nurse Basic Life Support Certification in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Occupational Safety & Health Administration Certification Advanced Cardiac Life Support Licensed Practical Nurse Certified in Nursing Administration Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented Information Food safety programs
  • 20. 5/19/2014 20 Soft Skills Requested by Employers Top 10 in SC (Nov. 7, 2013 to Feb. 4, 2014) Oral and written communication skills Integrity Team-oriented, teamwork Customer service oriented Microsoft Office Problem solving Detail oriented Self-starting / Self-motivated Organizational skills Sales and operations planning Where can we find more information? www.scworkforceinfo.com SC Department of Employment and Workforce, Labor Market Information (LMI) www.bls.gov U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics www.census.gov US Census Bureau www.onetonline.org O*Net
  • 21. 5/19/2014 21 Community Profiles
  • 22. 5/19/2014 22 Community Profiles (con’t.) A profile of your area is only three clicks away! 1. Click on “Community Profile Report.” 2. Select your geographic area. 3. Click on “View Report.” Comprehensive 20+page report contains:  Economic Data  Demographic Data  Industry Data  Occupational Projections Data  Educational Data Hands-on Tools Free for download or printing from the LMI website. • Business, Administration and Legal • Construction • Engineering • Healthcare • Information Technology • Installation, Maintenance & Repair • Manufacturing • Transportation, Distribution & Warehousing
  • 23. 5/19/2014 23 Power Pages • Jobseekers • Employers • Educators Coming Soon… • Economic Development • Entrepreneurs www.bls.gov
  • 24. 5/19/2014 24 www.bls.gov Check out the “Teacher’s Desk” section! And the “Games & Quizzes” for students!  www.census.gov
  • 25. 5/19/2014 25 www.census.gov 2.4 million Number of black military veterans in the United States in 2012. Quick Facts: Fastest way to get to state and local data! Interactive Map: Great source of Census and business data, including top counties with the most bars and top counties with the most gas stations. www.onetonline.org
  • 26. 5/19/2014 26 1 3 2 QUESTIONS?
  • 27. 5/19/2014 27 Please complete your evaluation! Lorraine Faulds: lfaulds@dew.sc.gov Labor Market Information Department (803) 737-2714 or 737-2660 www.scWorkforceInfo.com