Where The Jobs Are

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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

  1. 1. Where The Jobs Are Data driven recruiting and you
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. Data Hungry? 3Where the Jobs Are
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. JOLTS Sample 5Where the Jobs Are
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. Thank You Questions, comments, suggestions and ideas to: John Zappe John@ere.net 9Where the Jobs Are

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