Plastics Manufacturing Workforce Report

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A workforce report on available labor and skills/experience in plastics manufacturing.

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Plastics Manufacturing Workforce Report

  1. 1. Labor Characteristics Plastic Manufacturing Webster City, Iowa Laborshed Concentration of those with transferable Estimated Potential Available Labor experience/skills by place of residence Per Occupational Category: Business Operations: 10 Mile Interval Between Rings t u 69 Legend Computer Programmers - 424 Market Analysts - 215 t u 169 Belmond 35 [ Webster City Production Clerks - 421 Stock Clerks & Order Fillers - 419 HUMBOLDT Interstates Office & Administrative Support - 848 WRIGHT FRANKLIN BUTLER 4-Lane Highways Production: Clarion Supervisors - 425 Dows Eagle Grove US Highways Supervisors, Maintenance - 212 State Highways Engineers & Drafters, All - 1,060 Engineering Technicians - 210 Fort Dodge Blairsburg Alden Iowa County BLACK HAWK Weighers & Measurers - 214 Webster City Iowa Falls [ Williams Maintenance & Repair, General - 636 WEBSTER Machinery Maintenance & Repair - 213 t u 20 HAMILTON Kamrar HARDIN GRUNDY Installation & Repair Workers - 211 Jewell Assemblers & Fabricators - 419 Machinists - 415 t u 65 Laborshed Concentration Multiple Machine Operators - 630 Welding & Soldering Machine Area Shown Operators - 213 by Place of Residence (per ZIP Code) Inspectors & Testers - 1,254 Low Production Workers - 3,379 TAMAGREENE t u30 BOONE Ames STORY Ames Moderate MARSHALL Material Movers: High Heavy Truck Drivers - 1,894 Light Truck Drivers - 210 Forklift Operators - 206 Workers who have transferable experience/skills in the Laborshed area are currently commuting an average of 9 miles one way for work. Those who are willing to change/accept employment are willing to commute an average of 17 miles one way for the right employment opportunity. An estimated total of 14,128 people in the Laborshed area Employment Status: Current Benefits: 79.1% Employed Health/medical insurance - 96.3% 34.0% of the employed are willing to change Pension/retirement/401K - 63.0% employment Dental coverage - 57.4% 13.4% Unemployed Paid vacation - 48.1% 77.8% of the unemployed are willing to Vision coverage - 24.1% accept employment Paid sick leave - 22.2% 3.0% Homemakers, Not Employed Paid holidays - 16.7% 4.5% Retired Life insurance - 11.1% Education Levels: Disability Insurance - 7.4% Prescription drug coverage - 7.4% 55.2% Education beyond high school 3.0% Trade certified Desired Benefits: 13.4% Associate degree (by percent of interest) 17.9% Undergraduate degree Health/medical insurance - 85.2% 6.0% Postgraduate degree Pension/retirement/401K - 48.1% Dental coverage - 44.4% Underemployment: Flexibility in the Workplace: Paid vacation - 33.3% Total Underemployment - 13.4% (by percent of interest) Vision coverage - 18.5% Low hours - 6.0% Cross-training - 89.3% Paid holidays - 11.1% Mismatch of skills - 6.0% Varied shifts (2nd, 3rd, & split) - 46.4% Paid sick leave - 7.4% Low income - 3.0% Job sharing - 46.4% Prescription drug coverage - 7.4% Job teams - 75.0% IWD only counts individuals once when Seasonal work - 50.0% Top Advertising Media: estimating Total Underemployment. Temporary work - 57.1% (for those seeking employment opportunities) The Internet Webster City Economic Development Other Facts: www.iowaworkforce.org P,O, Box 217 77.3% paid an hourly wage www.monster.com Webster City, IA 50595 86.6% are/were employed full-time Local/Regional Newspapers Phone: 515-832-9151 7.5% are/were employed part-time The Messenger - Fort Dodge Email: info@buildwebstercity.com 5.7% hold two or more jobs The Des Moines Register www.buildwebstercity.com Currently working an average of Iowa Workforce Development Centers 42 hrs/week Networking through friends, family, & Information was compiled by Iowa Workforce acquaintances Development using 2010 data.
  2. 2. O Cod M Ex a g M En cc e ed ea pe e t up W ia ry Occupation n rie n at W W W nc io ag ag ag na ed e e e lAssemblers and Fabricators, All Other 51-2099 $ 12.36 $ 10.36 $ 13.36 $ 11.70Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 43-3031 $ 13.53 $ 9.63 $ 15.48 $ 13.63Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Setters, Operators, and 51-9121 $ 12.70 $ 10.51 $ 13.80 $ 12.09Computer Programmers 15-1021 $ 26.71 $ 19.48 $ 30.32 $ 25.14Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators, Metal and Plastic 51-4011 $ 15.88 $ 13.74 $ 16.95 $ 14.82Cutting and Slicing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-9032 $ 13.61 $ 12.62 $ 14.10 $ 13.81Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders, 51-4031 $ 12.61 $ 10.08 $ 13.88 $ 12.37Metal and PlasticDrilling and Boring Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal 51-4032 $ 14.49 $ 12.62 $ 15.42 $ 14.47and PlasticElectrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians 17-3023 $ 29.52 $ 25.72 $ 31.41 $ 29.50Electricians 47-2111 $ 18.77 $ 13.92 $ 21.19 $ 18.55First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and Operating Workers 51-1011 $ 21.92 $ 14.87 $ 25.45 $ 20.07General and Operations Managers 11-1021 $ 39.27 $ 21.60 $ 48.11 $ 34.57Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and Buffing Machine Tool Setters, 51-4033 $ 12.50 $ 11.13 $ 13.19 $ 11.96Operators, and Tenders, Metal and PlasticHelpers--Production Workers 51-9198 $ 10.61 $ 8.62 $ 11.59 $ 10.38Industrial Engineering Technicians 17-3026 $ 19.76 $ 16.84 $ 21.22 $ 19.14Industrial Machinery Mechanics 49-9041 $ 17.01 $ 14.01 $ 18.52 $ 16.93Industrial Production Managers 11-3051 $ 30.43 $ 19.67 $ 35.81 $ 28.55Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers 51-9061 $ 14.61 $ 10.77 $ 16.53 $ 14.46Machinists 51-4041 $ 14.94 $ 11.33 $ 16.74 $ 15.18Maintenance and Repair Workers, General 49-9042 $ 17.07 $ 12.47 $ 19.38 $ 16.50Maintenance Workers, Machinery 49-9043 $ 21.90 $ 16.61 $ 24.54 $ 19.93Market Research Analysts 19-3021 $ 24.27 $ 19.66 $ 26.57 $ 23.05Mechanical Engineering Technicians 17-3027 $ 20.51 $ 17.92 $ 21.81 $ 19.91Mechanical Engineers 17-2141 $ 27.70 $ 23.17 $ 29.98 $ 27.54Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-9023 $ 15.81 $ 14.05 $ 16.68 $ 15.46Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other 43-9199 $ 11.53 $ 10.72 $ 11.93 $ 11.33Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders 51-9111 $ 14.63 $ 10.30 $ 16.80 $ 15.26Painters, Transportation Equipment 51-9122 $ 14.91 $ 13.61 $ 15.55 $ 15.13Production Workers, All Other 51-9199 $ 11.78 $ 8.97 $ 13.19 $ 11.40Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks 43-5061 $ 18.45 $ 13.59 $ 20.89 $ 18.26Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive 43-6014 $ 12.25 $ 9.42 $ 13.66 $ 11.68Team Assemblers 51-2092 $ 11.89 $ 9.35 $ 13.16 $ 11.64Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System Operators 51-8031 $ 14.06 $ 10.44 $ 15.87 $ 13.70Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers 51-4121 $ 14.59 $ 11.15 $ 16.33 $ 14.10Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters, Operators, and 51-4122 $ 14.63 $ 10.46 $ 16.72 $ 14.67This Iowa Wage Survey for the Iowa Workforce Development (IWD) Region 5 was produced by the Labor Force & Occupational Analysis Bureau toprovide communities local information on wages by occupation. This publication was developed specifically for the IWD Region 5. The source of thewage and employment data is the 2009 Iowa Wage Survey. Additional data from the Iowa Wage Survey for individual counties, Iowa WorkforceDevelopment regions, and by industry statewide are available on the Iowa Workforce Development web site located at www.iowaworkforce.org.

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