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    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
      • Agenda for Today
      • Background
      • Project Goals
      • How Workforce Studies Are Used
      • How They Have Been Used To Train Employees in Massachusetts
      • Project Approach
      • Discussion
      • Close
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
      • Why did Skillworks contract with EBC/MassRecycle for this study?
      • There is a strong interest in understanding the employment potential of
      • “ green jobs” in Massachusetts. What’s the reality on the ground?
      • There is a growing awareness that “green jobs” are not limited to those
      • in residential energy efficiency and renewable energy installation.
      • Training and education institutions don’t know much about workforce
      • and training needs in the recycling industry, but want to learn.
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs About the Study Team Project Client: Dan Moon, President, Environmental Business Council of NE Key Partner: Ann Dorfman, Director, MA Recycling Coalition Funding Partner: MA Department of Environmental Protection Project Leader: Amy Perlmutter, Principal of Perlmutter Associates Researchers: Paula Paris, Deputy Director, JFYNetWorks Philip Jordan, President, Green LMI, Inc. Kevin Doyle, Principal, Green Economy Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
      • Project Goals
      • To learn about the number and types of jobs in the Massachusetts recycling workforce
      • To understand where growth and contraction might be occurring
      • To understand the factors that drive growth or contraction
      • To develop a workforce trained to match growth
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
      • Project Deliverables
      • A description of the recycling industry in Massachusetts
      • A description of the typical job titles in the industry
      • A description of skill, competency and training needs for selected job titles
      • A description of the economic, consumer, policy and regulatory drivers that create jobs in the recycling industry in Massachusetts
      • Results of employer surveys regarding workforce needs
      • Results of employer focus groups and interviews regarding workforce needs
      • Findings and recommendations for the workforce community
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Labor Market Intelligence: Information
      • Current workforce
      • Projected growth
      • Difficulty Hiring
      • Skill preferences
      • Educational requirements
      • Employer preferences
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/ Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
    • Labor Market Intelligence: Methodology
      • Economic Models
        • Good for current and projected growth, but cannot quantify other needs
      • Executive Interviews
        • Good for qualitative information, but are not representative, so cannot quantify data
      • BLS data
        • Good structure and trend information, but static
      • Employer Surveys
        • Contain some employer bias and are expensive but are well suited to comprehensive analysis
      Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Labor Market Intelligence: Existing Studies
      • Northeast Recycling Council (NERC) Study
        • Economic modeling to count jobs and determine impacts
        •   http://nerc.org/projects/completed_projects.html#reiupdate
      • NC Dept. of Environmental Resources Study
        • Uses unrepresentative survey data with NAICS Codes
        • http://www.p2pays.org/ref/53/52107.pdf
      • The Solar Foundation Jobs Census/NREL
        • Mixture of known and unknown universe in a survey
        •   http://www.thesolarfoundation.org/
      • Collaborative Green Economic Index
        • Uses NETS data to look at trends over time
        • http://www.coecon.com/cagreen.html
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/ Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/ ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & WORKFORCE PIPELINE INDUSTRY STAKEHOLDERS LABOR MARKET INFORMATION
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
      • COMPANIES:
      • Recycling
      • Recycling Reliant
      • Reuse and Remanufacture
      • REGULATORS:
      • DEP
      • EPA
      • Municipalities
      • JOB SEEKERS
      # Employed Turnover rate Job Titles & Descriptions Skills Required Degrees/Certifications Required Salary Levels Growth/Contraction Factors Changes in industry New companies New Services Variation in Job Titles Employment Opportunities Training/Preparation Talent Pools/Sources Investment/Financing INDUSTRY STAKE-HOLDERS LABOR MARKET INFORMATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & WORKFORCE PIPELINE
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
      • Tasks
      • Develop Study Approach
      • Convene Advisory Committee
      • Conduct Literature Search
      • Define The Recycling Industry
      • Obtain and Organize Databases
      • Conduct Survey
      • Conduct Industry Focus Groups
      • Conduct Follow Up Interviews
      • Develop One or More Case Studies
      • Produce Final Report
      • Raise Additional Funds
      • To be completed by the end of September
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
      • Advisory Committee Members
      •  Christine Araujo , Action for Boston Community Development
      • Keith Boyea , Complete Recycling Solutions
      • Dan Brodeur , PJ Keating
      • Dan Costello , Costello Dismantling
      • Johnny Gold , North Shore Recycled Fibers
      • Geoff Kuter , AgResource
      • Bill LaBelle , Goodwill
      • Craig Lovette , Mass Hauling
      • John Majercek , Center for Ecological Technology
      • Patrick Manning , Gypsum Recycling America
      • Ben Mantyla , Beacon Wiper / Talbert Trading
      • Mike Moores , Waste Management
      • Alex Papali , Boston Recycling Coalition
      • Lynn Rubenstein , Northeast Recycling Council
      • Alex Risley Schroeder , Mass Workforce Alliance
      • Tom Tomaszek , Spectrum Machinery
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
      • Defining the Recycling Industry– NERC Methodology
      • (http://nerc.org/projects/completed_projects.html#reiupdate)
      • 3 Categories, 26 Sub-Categories
      • Recycling Industries (supply side)
      • Recycling Reliant Industries (demand side)
      • Reuse and Remanufacturing
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
      • Recycling Industries (supply side)
      • Government Staffed Residential Collection Recycling Industries
      • Private Staffed Recycling Collection Recycling Industries
      • Compost/Organics Processor Recycling Industries
      • Materials Recovery Facilities Recycling Industries
      • Recyclables Materials Wholesalers Recycling Industries
      • Plastics Reclaimers Recycling Industries
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
      • Recycling Reliant Industries (demand side)
      • Glass container manufacturing plants
      • Glass product producers
      • Nonferrous secondary smelting and refining mills
      • Nonferrous product producers
      • Nonferrous foundries
      • Paper and Paperboard Mills/deinked market pulp producers
      • Paper-based product manufacturers
      • Pavement mix producers (asphalt and aggregate)
      • Plastics product manufacturers
      • Rubber product manufacturers
      • Steel mills Recycling
      • Iron and steel foundries
      • Other recycling processors/manufacturers
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
      • Reuse and Remanufacturing
      • Computer and electronic Appliance Demanufacturers
      • Motor vehicle parts (used)
      • Retail used merchandise sales
      • Tire retreaders
      • Wood reuse
      • Materials exchange services
      • Other reuse
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs
      • Other Possible Categories
      • Government Recycling Staff (non-collection)
      • Other?
      Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/
    • Recycling and Jobs in Massachusetts: A Study of Current and Future Workforce Needs DIscussion For more information: [email_address] Funded by SkillWorks, http://www.skill-works.org/