Indiana"s industry and occupational employment projections, 1974-1985

by Indiana. Employment Security Division. Research and Statistics Section.

Publisher: Research and Statistics in Indianapolis

Written in English
Published: Pages: 63 Downloads: 489
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  • Employment forecasting -- Indiana.,
  • Labor supply -- Indiana.,
  • Job vacancies -- Indiana.,
  • Occupations -- Indiana.

Edition Notes

StatementState of Indiana, Indiana Employment Security Division, Research and Statistics.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD5725.I6 I53 1978
The Physical Object
Pagination63 p. :
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4070055M
LC Control Number79623914

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  The report presents occupational information and projected employment in an abbreviated form intended to facilitate career and educational planning. Occupations requiring post-secondary education are emphasized. The job descriptions, qualifications, and employment outlook are arranged into 13 career cluster areas: (1) industry, (2) business, (3) services, (4) education, (5) sales, .   The Oregon Employment Department's occupational employment projections between and shows "production" occupations creating , total openings over the decade to reach a level of.

Indiana"s industry and occupational employment projections, 1974-1985 by Indiana. Employment Security Division. Research and Statistics Section. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Indiana's industry and occupational employment projections, [Indiana.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Indiana. Occupational Projections provide estimates of current and projected occupational employment for a year projections period. Also provided are the annual growth rate, the number of annual openings, the number of annual transfers from one occupation to.

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Summary. Employment Projections program, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics: Back to. STATS Indiana is the statistical data utility for the State of Indiana, developed and maintained since by the Indiana Business Research Center at Indiana University's Kelley School of t is or has been provided by the State of Indiana and the Lilly Endowment, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development and Indiana University.

License Lookup: Provides a listing of occupations with the associated Indiana licensing requirements. Occupational Projections: Estimates of current and projected industry employment for a 2-year (short-term) or year (long-term) projections period from the Indiana.

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Projections Central. Occupational employment projections are developed for all states by Labor Market Information (LMI) or individual state Employment Projections offices.

All state projections data are available at Information on this site allows projected employment growth for an occupation to be compared among.

Archive by Subject Projections. Dental work: Careers in oral care March ; Strong growth projected in fitness and recreational sports centers, –28 January ; Visualize it: Wages and projected openings by occupation November ; Projected employment growth in industries with many Hispanics October ; New jobs by major occupational group, projected –28 September The Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) program produces employment and wage estimates annually for nearly occupations.

These estimates are available for the nation as a whole, for individual states, and for metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas; national occupational estimates for specific industries are also available.

The Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Code system is a federal statistical standard used to classify workers into occupational categories for the purpose of collecting, calculating or disseminating data.

Employers can use job titles to find SOC Codes online using this website. The Bureau of Labor Statistics produces occupational employment and wage estimates for approximately industry classifications at the national level.

The industry classifications correspond to the sector, 3- 4- and selected 5- and 6-digit North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) industrial groups. Select a Data Series. Current Employment Statistics (CES): Current establishment employment survey data released monthly by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development (IDWD) and Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Not Seasonally Adjusted; Seasonally Adjusted; Industry Projections: Estimates of current and projected industry employment for a 2-year (short-term) or year (long-term. Indiana's regional nonagricultural industry and occupational employment projections,region 1[]. [Indiana.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Indiana.

Hoosiers by the Numbers. Your premier source for labor market information for Indiana. 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. 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. STATS Indiana is the statistical data utility for the State of Indiana, developed and maintained since by the Indiana Business Research Center at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.

Support is or has been provided by the State of Indiana and the Lilly Endowment, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development and Indiana.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics provides data by industry. Workplaces are classified into industries based on their principal product or activity, as determined from information on annual sales volume.

Two examples of industries are manufacturing and retail trade. Webpages on this Topic. Occupational Employment Statistics.

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 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. Purpose. The OES survey is designed to produce estimates of employment and wages by occupation by four-digit North American Industry Classification System in each State-level Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA-“urban”) or Balance-of-State (BOS-“rural”) geographic level, and their -annually, a "current" sample is combined with the immediate five prior samples to produce a.

New Jersey Industry and Occupational Employment Projections Planning for the future labor force requires some idea of where the present labor market is headed. Every two years, the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development revisits and updates the ten year employment projections by industry and.

Occupational information, including projected employment and wages, is vital in career exploration, education and training program development, and economic development.

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Employment forecasts tend to identify key growth sectors, and target occupations. Occupational Data from US Bureau of Labor Statistics This specific page of tables, analyses, articles, and more will give users their most accessible and understandable view of occupational employment projections from to as well as the ability to review current and projected earnings for the same period.

Staffing patterns in regulated industries and wholesale and retail trade: an occupational employment statistics survey Indiana's occupational projections Unemployment insurance payments by industry. Further information provided at the state level are cross-industry occupational employment and wage estimates.

Cross-industry estimates differ from industry-specific estimates, as these data refer to wage and employment data in all industries in which an occupation is reported.

As an example, a machinist (SOC code ), while primarily. 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. It can be difficult choosing a career. When planning for the future, knowing which occupations are expected to grow--and which aren't--is valuable information.

The "Occupational Outlook Handbook" (OOH), published every 2 years by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), features projections of job outlook and employment prospects. The   The complete results of the Occupational Projections – for Indiana's Economic Growth Regions can be found at Employment data for each detailed occupation within its major group and a breakdown of each occupation by industry is included in each EGR occupational projections report, as well as typical educational.

Source: Occupational Employment Statistics Survey. Entry wage 1: The mean (average) of the bottom third of wages in an occupation. Experienced wage 2: The mean (average) of the top two-thirds of wages in an occupation.

* Wages may be subject to a higher minimum wage depending on a company's size, location, and/or industry. A nice source for very raw statistics, this source is a lot like Employment and Earnings in content and format. Employment Outlook, Occupational Change from an Industry Perspective.

U.S. Department of Labor [ET2 Stacks: L ]. BLS has been making such projections for four decades for career counseling and policy making. Indiana's employment is expected to grow byjobs between andaccording to the latest projections from Indiana's Department of Workforce Development.

The increase is a little more than 8 percent for the period, well below .Projected employment shows how much employment is expected to grow in this occupation over a year period. This can help you decide if this career is a good choice for future job opportunities.

You can look at projected employment in your state, or in other states where you might consider living.