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Labor Market R esearch: Design, Model-making, and Prototyping Occupation Cluster Analysis. 11/20/2013 Irvine Chamber Research-LMI Task Force Craig Hayward Kim Strohm Wes Rowlands Lyn Kramer. Occupations. Industrial Engineers (17-2112) Industrial Engineering Technicians (17-3026)

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Labor Market Research: Design, Model-making, and Prototyping Occupation Cluster Analysis

11/20/2013

Irvine Chamber

Research-LMI Task Force

Craig Hayward

Kim Strohm

Wes Rowlands

Lyn Kramer


Occupations

Industrial Engineers (17-2112)

Industrial Engineering Technicians (17-3026)

Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters, All Other (17-3029)

Commercial and Industrial Designers (27-1021)

Set and Exhibit Designers (27-1027)

Designers, All Other (27-1029)

Fiberglass Laminators and Fabricators (51-2091)

Model Makers, Metal and Plastic (51-4061)

Model Makers, Wood (51-7031)

Patternmakers, Wood (51-7032)

Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Except Metal and Plastic (51-9195)


DESIGN MODEL MAKING AND RAPID PROTOTYPING (DMP)

5 County Region


Occupation outlook

Total labor force in five-county region

Analysis of Orange County, in particular

Recent trends in labor force

Projections of future labor force size

Wages relative to Living Wage for Irvine

Skill Sets (see appendix online)

Output of related educational programs


Living Wage


Regional Big Fish


Change relative to 2013


Change relative to prior year


Demand by occupation

[1]


Industries that Employ these Occupations


Focus in on Industrial Engineers & Technicians

  • Industrial Engineers (17-2112)

    • Median hourly earnings: $43.21

    • Education: 62% of employers require BS, 13% Associate, 14% certificate

    • Design and develop integrated systems for managing industrial production processes

  • Industrial Engineering Technicians (17-3026)

    • Median hourly earnings: $26.92

    • Education: 29% require BS, 40% Associate, 18% certificate

    • Apply engineering theory and principles to problems of industrial layout or manufacturing


Regional Big Fish


Change relative to 2013


Change relative to prior year


Educational Completions


Data Sources

  • O*Net – SOCs, wages, educ levels, skills

  • EMSI provides

    • Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW)

    • Economic Development Department (EDD)

    • Labor Market Information Division (LMID)

    • Integrative logic and projections by EMSI

  • Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) – programs & completions


Thank you!

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