Last edited by Faumuro
Tuesday, July 21, 2020 | History

1 edition of Industry and occupational employment projections, 1998-2008. found in the catalog.

Industry and occupational employment projections, 1998-2008.

Industry and occupational employment projections, 1998-2008.

  • 1 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Virginia Employment Commission, Economic Information Services Division in Richmond, VA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia.,
  • Virginia
    • Subjects:
    • Employment forecasting -- Virginia.,
    • Occupations -- Virginia -- Forecasting.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsVirginia Employment Commission. Economic Information Services Division.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5725.V8 I527 1999
      The Physical Object
      Pagination13 v. :
      Number of Pages13
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3625378M
      LC Control Number2002410473

      Get this from a library! Ohio job outlook: industry employment projections report and occupational employment projections report. [Ohio Bureau of Employment Services. Labor Market Information Division.;].   Employment and labor force projections to provide insight into the occupational and skill needs of Montana’s growing and changing workforce. View Publication Categories: Publications, Labor Market Information, Labor Market Publications.

      Industry Codes (NAICS) Occupational Codes (SOC) Projections. The Employment Projections program provides long- and short-term projections and includes information on projected new jobs by industry and occupation as well as replacement openings in the occupational data. To download custom employment projections data, visit Data Search. Industry_Employment_ ). Projected Employment Growth by Major Occupational Group New Mexico’s employment of , is projected to grow to , by This increase represents an additio jobs expected to be created and percent growth. (Employment estimates, projections, and numeric growth are rounded.

      Source: Employment and Social Development Canada, Canadian Occupational Projection System, Projections Lower educated workers are more likely to be in jobs which are comprised of routine tasks. For example, 18% of workers with a university degree are in a job involving mainly routine tasks, while 34% of workers without a high school degree. Industry and Occupational Employment Projections 0 50 Employment Change (Thousands) Source: New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development _Ind-Occ_Projections_SP.


Share this book
You might also like
Teachers, leaders, and schools

Teachers, leaders, and schools

Report on the construction of the new pension building, made to the secretary of the interior

Report on the construction of the new pension building, made to the secretary of the interior

Here Am I Send Me

Here Am I Send Me

Sixth International Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution: Proceedings

Sixth International Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution: Proceedings

Mass spectra and isotopes

Mass spectra and isotopes

U.S. Congress official mail costs

U.S. Congress official mail costs

Sources of West-running brook,

Sources of West-running brook,

Annual reports of the selectmen and treasurer of the Town of Danbury together with the report of the road agent and school board for the year ending ..

Annual reports of the selectmen and treasurer of the Town of Danbury together with the report of the road agent and school board for the year ending ..

Nyt Supplement Taxation Spring 1996

Nyt Supplement Taxation Spring 1996

Psychosocial nursing interventions

Psychosocial nursing interventions

Stroke rehabilitation services

Stroke rehabilitation services

Developments in the Civil Service since the Fulton report

Developments in the Civil Service since the Fulton report

history of the 2nd Canadian Battalion (East. Ontario Regiment)

history of the 2nd Canadian Battalion (East. Ontario Regiment)

Industry and occupational employment projections, 1998-2008 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Databases Tables Labor Force Aggregate Economy Inter-Industry Relationships Industry Output and Employment Occupational Employment Education and Training Industry and occupational employment projections Requirements Newspaper, periodical, book, and directory publishers.

Summary. Employment Projections program, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics: Back to. Employment is projected to grow by million jobs from to 09/04/ Employment is projected to grow from million to million jobs from to Healthcare is expected to account for a large share of the new jobs projected through The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) reflects the –28 projections.

Berman, Jay M., "Industry output and employment projections to ," Monthly Labor Review, Februarypp. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections PSB Suite 2 Massachusetts Industry and occupational employment projections NE Washington, DC Telephone.

The Occupational Projections Data database displays data on and projected employment, employment change, occupational openings, education, training, and wages for each detailed National Employment Matrix occupation.

Users can obtain specific data for any occupation in the matrix and compare the results with data on other detailed. Occupational Projections How to view PDF files Occupational Employment Projections. Dubina, Kevin; Morisi, Teri; Rieley, Michael; and Wagoner, Andrea, "Projections Overview and Highlights, –28," Monthly Labor Review, October Zilberman, Alan, "Safety First!Projected growth in safety inspection occupations –26," Beyond the Numbers: Employment &.

The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes a large amount of information on employment and wages by occupation, including career information, employment levels and projections, and various types of earnings data.

Webpages on this Topic Occupational Outlook Handbook This publication describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and.

Occupational Projections. Occupational employment projections estimate the changing need for workers, due to industry growth and employee separation, in more than occupations.

Industry growth occurs when demand for goods and services increases. As a result, the demand for workers to produce these goods and services also increases. To avoid misinterpretation of the employment projections, please note the following limitations: The projections measure occupational demand only.

When exploring career options, employment projections are most useful when used with other types of data, such as supply of workers in a particular occupation, educational requirements, wages, etc. Questions about Industry and Occupational Projections and Top Demand Occupations: 38 KB: Employment Projections to Revised J HTML: Employment Projections to Revised July 6, HTML: Employment Projections to HTML.

State Occupational Projections: About This Site. Projections of occupational employment growth are developed for all States and the nation as a whole.

One of the most important uses of the projections is to help individuals make informed career decisions. Information on this site allows projected employment growth for an occupation to be. Historic industry employment trends and other factors are analyzed to project future industry employment.

Industry staffing patterns are then used to estimate occupational employment projections. The occupational projections estimate the number of new, transfer, and exit jobs openings that are expected to occur over the projection period.

Industry and Occupational Employment Projections: - Northwest, VA Region Virginia Employment Commission Economic Information Services Division Main Street, Richmond, VA Tel: () Fax: () Long Term Occupational Projections () This page allows you to sort, search and export long term projections.

To sort the data click on the header of the column to sort. You can filter the data by clicking on the "Search" button at the bottom of the grid. Occupational outlooks In-demand occupational lists Transferable skills and competency models Economic products – data, analyses, and studies about a focused aspect of the economy.

Community or area economic profiles Economic, industry, or occupational profiles or projections. These SOC codes can also be cross-referenced with the occupational projections files.

Occupational Wage Data Archives Projections by Occupation and Industry Find out what occupations will need the most workers in the future.

Look up by geographic region what industries will be growing the fastest in the coming years. Occupational projections. Get this from a library. Industry and occupational employment projections for New Jersey, to [James Dougherty; Thomas M Sheppard; Robert Vaden; New Jersey.

Division of Labor Market and Demographic Research.]. The ten-year occupational employment projection is a projection produced by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics' Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections.

The occupational employment projections, along with other information about occupations, are published in the Occupational Outlook Handbook and the National Employment Matrix. The year projections. The Employment Outlook: This bulletin highlights details of BLS industry employment and occupational employment projections.

It discusses industries and occupations generating the largest portion of projected job growth and identifies factors affecting industry growth and occupational utilization within industries. Ordering information. Industry and Occupational Projections and Analysis Presentation on the Opportunities in the Future for the Labor Force in Alameda County Amador Street, Hayward, CA Presented by: Latoya Reed, Management Analyst 16 sis 1.

California Occupational Employment Projections Between Septem 2 The top 10 fastest growing occupations displayed in Figure 1 are concentrated in fast growing industries, shown in Table 1.

Table 1. Industries Where Occupational Growth is Concentrated Occupation Top Industry (Industry Percentage Growth Rate). Occupation & Industry Projections employment, that being the default expectation for any year that far into the future, so a portion of the projected job growth, ab jobs, comes from the movement from less than full employment in to assumed full employment in This is explained in a .Department of Employment Services Office of Labor Market Research & Information Minnesota Ave, NE, Room Washington, DC Website: March, District of Columbia Industry and Occupational Projections, – based on industry and occupational projections.

The Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) produces and makes available employment projections, as well as wage, education requirements, and training information for over occupations and industries.

The state’s employment projections provide a reliable source of reference for.