Career Data January 2012

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  • 2010 ACS community survey results for Muskegon County.
  • 2010 ACS results
  • Muskegon/Oceana CountiesEmployment totals may not add up due to rounding, confidentiality or suppression.Occupations with less than twenty workers were suppressed and omitted from the table but are still represented in the totals and sub-totals.Percent change is based on unrounded numbers.SOC codes refer to the Standard Occupational Classification system used by the Occupational Employment Statistics program.Replacement openings reflect permanent separations (such as death, retirement, disability, other), but do not reflect total job turnover.M/P - Metal and Plastic.AO - All Other.Source: Michigan Department of Technology, Management & BudgetBureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives
  • Wage estimates are based on the Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) survey. This is a semiannual mail survey measuring occupational employment and wage rates for wage and salary workers in nonfarm establishments. Data are collected each May from about 200,000 establishments nationally and nearly 12,000 Michigan establishments.SOC codes refer to the Standard Occupational Classification system used by the Occupational Employment Statistics program.M/P - Metal and Plastic.MSA - Metropolitan Statistical AreaAO - All Other.N/A - Not AvailableMichigan Department of Technology, Management and BudgetBureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives
  • Career Data January 2012

    1. 1. A College Awareness Month Initiative Sponsored by: Muskegon Opportunity www.muskegonopportunity.com
    2. 2.  Education Trends in  Fastest Growing Industries Muskegon County  Occupation Trends by Poverty by Education Education Attainment Attainment  Skills Needed in the Employment Trends by Workforce Occupation  Wage by Occupation Declining Industries  Wage by Education Attainment www.muskegonopportunity.com
    3. 3. Education Attainment Muskegon County40.00%35.00%30.00%25.00%20.00%15.00%10.00% 5.00% 0.00% 2010 ACS Attainment Rate 2009 ACS Attainment Rate www.muskegonopportunity.com
    4. 4. 2010 Poverty by Education Muskegon County30%25%20%15%10%5%0% Less than high school diploma or GED High School graduate or GED Some College or Associates Bachelors % of Poverty by Education www.muskegonopportunity.com
    5. 5. Muskegon County Employment Forecasts by Occupational Group5,4504,4503,4502,4501,450 450 Muskegon County 2008 Muskegon County 2018 Linear (Muskegon County 2018) www.muskegonopportunity.com
    6. 6. Muskegon County Employment Forecasts by Occupational Group11,000 9,000 7,000 5,000 3,000 1,000 Muskegon County 2008 Muskegon County 2018 Linear (Muskegon County 2018) www.muskegonopportunity.com
    7. 7. Michigan Employment Forecasts by Occupational Group270,000220,000170,000120,000 70,000 20,000 Michigan 2008 Michigan 2018 Linear (Michigan 2018) www.muskegonopportunity.com
    8. 8. Michigan Employment Forecasts by Occupational Group625,000525,000425,000325,000225,000125,000 25,000 Michigan 2008 Michigan 2018 Linear (Michigan 2018) www.muskegonopportunity.com
    9. 9. Muskegon/Oceana Declining Industries4,1753,6753,1752,6752,1751,6751,175 675 175 Second Quarter 2007 Employment Second Quarter 2010 Employment www.muskegonopportunity.com
    10. 10. Employment Change Occupations Number Percent Pharmacy Technicians 65 29.8% Amusement and Recreation Attendants 30 29.1% Medical Assistants 85 28.9% Home Health Aides 205 28.4% Paralegals and Legal Assistants 35 26.0% Dental Hygienists 35 22.5% Registered Nurses 365 21.8% Pharmacists 35 20.4% Counter and Rental Clerks 70 19.0% Nursing Aides, Orderlies and Attendants 165 18.5%Source: DTMB, Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives www.muskegonopportunity.com
    11. 11. Employment Change Occupations Number Percent Retail Salespersons 375 13.1% Registered Nurses 365 21.8% Office Clerks, General 235 11.3% Combined Food Prep/Service Worker, Including Fast Food 215 12.7% Home Health Aides 205 28.4% Waiters and Waitresses 200 11.7% Janitor/Cleaner, Except Maid/Housekeeping Cleaners 185 14.2% Nursing Aides, Orderlies and Attendants 165 18.5% Customer Service Representatives 135 17.2% First-Line Sup/Mgrs: Retail Sales Workers 125 8.2%Source: DTMB, Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives www.muskegonopportunity.com
    12. 12. Occupations Growth Rate Annual Openings Hourly Wage Registered Nurses 21.8% 64 $26.61 Pharmacists 20.4% 6 $45.31 Physical Therapists 31.0% 4 $33.47 Dental Hygienists 22.5% 7 $25.37 Sales Representatives, Services - All Other 22.9% 6 $22.45 Business Operations Specialists - All Other 15.6% 9 $26.98 Paralegals and Legal Assistants 26.0% 5 $22.18 Lawyers 12.4% 8 $48.43 Medical and Public Health Social Workers 20.6% 6 $22.22 Instructional Coordinators 23.2% 3 $29.33Source: DTMB, Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives www.muskegonopportunity.com
    13. 13. Occupations Numeric Job Growth Percent Job Growth Hourly Wage Physical Therapists 25 31.0% $33.47 Network Systems and Data Communication Analysts 20 32.3% $35.09 Mental Health/Substance Abuse Social Worker 20 21.8% $22.98 Instructional Coordinators 15 23.2% $29.33 Computer Systems Analysts 10 27.3% $37.80 Social/Community Service Managers 10 21.9% $29.26 Veterinarians 10 21.3% $42.21 Psychology Teachers - Postsecondary 5 23.5% $23.91 Logisticians 5 21.1% $33.55 Personal Financial Advisors 5 37.5% $42.84Source: DTMB, Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives www.muskegonopportunity.com
    14. 14. Occupations Numeric Job Growth Percent Job Growth Hourly Wage Registered Nurses 365 21.8% $26.61 Paralegals and Legal Assistants 35 26.0% $22.18 Dental Hygienists 35 22.5% $25.37 Sales Representatives, Services, All Other 30 22.9% $22.45 Physical Therapist Assistants 15 38.9% $19.22 Surgical Technologists 15 25.9% $19.18 Cardiovascular Technologists/Technicians 10 22.5% $23.97 Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors 10 30.6% $12.68 Diagnostic Medical Sonographers 10 24.4% $30.64 Veterinary Technologists and Technicians 5 24.0% $15.67Source: DTMB, Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives www.muskegonopportunity.com
    15. 15. Occupations Numeric Job Growth Percent Job Growth Hourly Wage Home Health Aides 205 28.4% $9.31 Medical Assistants 85 28.9% $13.07 Pharmacy Technicians 65 29.8% $12.93 Amusement and Recreation Attendants 30 29.1% $9.21 Bill and Account Collectors 25 23.6% $14.63 Veterinary Assistant and Laboratory Animal Caretakers 10 35.7% $11.01 Physical Therapist Aides 5 35.0% $12.59 Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other Recreation 5 27.6% $9.51 Extrude/Form/Press Machine Setters/Operators/Tenders 5 23.1% $14.54 Paper Goods Machine Setters/Operators/Tenders 5 22.7% $17.94Source: DTMB, Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives www.muskegonopportunity.com
    16. 16. Registered Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, Physician Assistants, Physical Therapy Assistants, Home Health Aides Knowledge Skills Abilities Medicine & Dentistry Active Listening Problem Sensitivity Biology Instructing Oral Comprehension & Expression Customer & Personal Service Reading Comprehension Written Comprehension & Expression Psychology Service Orientation Inductive Reasoning Therapy & Counseling Arm-Hand Steadiness English Language Near Vision www.muskegonopportunity.com
    17. 17. Computer Software Engineers, Computer Systems Analysts, Network and Data Communications Analysts Knowledge Skills Abilities Computers & Electronics Operations Analysis Inductive & Deductive Reasoning Engineering & Technology Computer Programming Oral Comprehension & Expression Mathematics Troubleshooting Written Comprehension & Expression Active Listening Judgment & Decision Making Reading Comprehension www.muskegonopportunity.com
    18. 18. Customer Service Representatives, Social & Human Service Assistants, Public Relations Specialists, Personal FinancialAdvisors Knowledge Skills Abilities Economics & Accounting Writing Number Facility Customer & Personal Service Speaking Oral Comprehension & Expression Therapy & Counseling Persuasion Written Expression Sales & Marketing Critical Thinking Speech Clarity Mathematics Active Listening Social Perceptiveness www.muskegonopportunity.com
    19. 19. Occupational Group Muskegon County Michigan U. S.Management $ 91,170.00 $ 99,480.00 $105,440.00Business & Financial Operations $ 60,840.00 $ 65,200.00 $ 67,690.00Computer & Mathematical $ 60,090.00 $ 68,670.00 $ 77,230.00Architecture & Engineering $ 59,230.00 $ 73,950.00 $ 75,550.00Life, Physical, & Social Science $ 58,210.00 $ 56,200.00 $ 66,390.00Community & Social Services $ 43,420.00 $ 43,170.00 $ 43,180.00Legal $ 74,920.00 $ 87,290.00 $ 96,940.00Education/Training/Library $ 48,150.00 $ 51,550.00 $ 50,440.00Arts/Design/Entertain/Sports/Media $ 35,910.00 $ 46,580.00 $ 52,290.00Healthcare Practitioners/Technical $ 66,620.00 $ 69,580.00 $ 71,280.00Healthcare Support $ 25,570.00 $ 26,310.00 $ 26,920.00Protective Service $ 42,670.00 $ 41,080.00 $ 42,490.00Food Preparation & Serving Related $ 20,830.00 $ 20,790.00 $ 21,240.00Building/Grounds Cleaning/Maint $ 25,590.00 $ 25,900.00 $ 25,300.00Personal Care & Service $ 24,020.00 $ 24,170.00 $ 24,590.00Sales and Related $ 27,710.00 $ 35,620.00 $ 36,790.00Office & Administrative Support $ 30,950.00 $ 32,700.00 $ 33,470.00Farming, Fishing, & Forestry N/A $ 28,200.00 $ 24,330.00Construction & Extraction $ 43,570.00 $ 46,250.00 $ 43,870.00Installation, Maintenance, & Repair $ 37,950.00 $ 42,760.00 $ 42,810.00Production $ 33,350.00 $ 37,110.00 $ 33,770.00Transportation & Material Moving $ 29,160.00 $ 33,150.00 $ 32,660.00 www.muskegonopportunity.com
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