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Labor Market Information Tools. Orlando, Florida. Workforce Professionals Training Academy. Labor Market Information Mission. To Produce, Analyze, and Deliver Labor Statistics to Improve Economic Decision-Making Note: Employment data are the state’s most important economic indicator.

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Labor market information tools

Labor Market Information Tools

Orlando, Florida

Workforce Professionals Training Academy


Labor market information mission

Labor Market InformationMission

To Produce, Analyze, and Deliver Labor Statistics to Improve Economic Decision-Making

Note: Employment data are the state’s most important economic indicator


Labor market information tools

LMI Statistics Produced/ Delivered

  • Labor Force

  • Total Employment

  • Employment by Industry and Occupation

  • Employment Projections by Industry and Occupation (Demand)

  • Unemployment/ Unemployment Rate

  • Wage by Industry and Occupation

  • Census/ Affirmative Action


Labor market information tools

LMI Facts

  • Data collected under Federal/ State Cooperative Statistical Programs

  • Data comparable nationwide for all counties and metro areas

  • Data meet stringent probability sampling design statistical methods with required response rates of 75 percent

  • Monthly data release dates by county and metro area are 3 weeks after the reference month


Labor market information tools

How is LMI Collected?

  • Sample-Designed Statistical Surveys from employers

  • Econometric Modeling developed by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

  • Administrative Records from Unemployment Compensation

Thank you to employers ….

Without them we would not be able to provide data


Who are the customers of labor market statistics

Who are the Customers of Labor Market Statistics?

  • Workforce/ Economic Development Decision-Makers

  • Employers/ Job Seekers

  • Education/ Welfare Planners

  • Career Counselors/ Teachers

  • Economists/ Policy Makers

  • Elected Officials

  • Media


Labor market information tools

Labor Market Information Online

Websites and Web Applications

LMI TOOLS


Labor market information tools

Labor Market Information Online Tools

Websites:

Labor Market Statistics (LMS)

Occupational Information Network (O*NET)

Web Applications:

Florida Research and Economic Data Base (FRED)

Florida Occupational Employment and Wages (Florida Wages)

What People Are Asking (WPAA)

Local Employment Dynamics/Quarterly Work Indicators (LED/QWI)

Florida’s Career Information Delivery System (CHOICES)

Transferable Occupation Relation Quotient (TORQ)

Help Wanted OnLine (HWOL) Data Series


Labor market information tools

Labor Market Statistics (LMS) Website

  • Allows users to view or download Florida’s labor market data and products online in complete report formats.

  • LMS Home Page: http://www.floridajobs.org/labor-market-information


Labor market information tools

Occupational Information Network (O*NET)

  • Provides comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.

  • O*NET Home Page: http://www.onetcenter.org/


Labor market information tools

Florida Research and Economic Database (FRED)

  • Provides comprehensive economic and labor market information based on easy to use customer-defined data queries.

  • FRED Home Page: http://fred.labormarketinfo.com/


Florida research and economic database fred cont d

Florida Research and Economic Database (FRED) cont’d

  • FRED – Florida Research and Economic Databasehttp://fred.labormarketinfo.com

    • Internet-based labor market and economic data base for analysts, businesses, and jobseekers

    • Designed to

      • View current and historical data

    • Ability to

      • Create, view, export, and print your own tables and profiles by area, industry, or occupation

      • Customize your own regions, graphs, maps


Labor market information tools

Florida Occupational Employment and Wages (Florida Wages)

  • Provides detailed occupational employment and wage information based on user-defined queries which can than be compared to similar information for other areas, industries or related occupations.

  • Florida Wages Home Page: http://www.floridawages.com/


Labor market information tools

What People Are Asking (WPAA)

  • Provides employers and jobseekers a look at industry and occupational forecasts, current pay levels, occupational profiles, and workforce availability for Florida and the workforce regions based on a defined set of frequently asked questions.

  • WPAA Web Page: http://www.whatpeopleareasking.com/index.shtm


Labor market information tools

What People Are Asking (WPAA)

Internet based FAQs – http://www.whatpeopleareasking.com

  • Job Seekers

    • What are the hot jobs?

    • What do hot jobs pay?

    • What kind of skills, knowledge, and experience do I need for the hot jobs?

    • Who trains for the hot jobs?

    • What companies employ the hot jobs?

    • What kind of skills, knowledge, and experience do I need for jobs?

    • What jobs use my skills?

    • Where can I find a job?

    • What jobs are available now?

    • Where can I find training assistance?

  • Businesses / Employers

    • What is the size of the labor force in my area?

    • What types of industries are in my area?

    • What types of companies are expected to grow in my area?

    • What are the hot jobs in my area?

    • What do jobs pay in my area?

    • What kind of skills, knowledge, and experience do jobs require?

    • How many job seekers are available by occupation?

    • Where do I go to hire available workers?


Labor market information tools

Local Employment Dynamics Quarterly Work Indicators(LED/QWI)

  • Combines LMS employment by industry, unemployment insurance wage records, and Census demographics to create industry demographics, turnover, and commuting patterns.

  • LED/QWI Web Page: http://www.labordynamics.com/


Labor market information tools

Transferable Occupation Relationship Quotient (TORQ)

  • A software that produces one single convenient measurement that defines "transferability" between occupations based on the abilities, skills, and knowledge from the vast O*NET™ database from the Department of Labor

  • TORQ Home Page:http://www.torqworks.com/torq.html/


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Help Wanted OnLine (HWOL)

  • Help Wanted OnLineTM from The Conference Board is a measure of real-time labor demand captured through online job ads.

  • HWOL Home Page:http://www.wantedanalytics.com/hdd


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Florida’s Career Information Delivery System (CHOICES)

  • Provides career assessment and skills inventory information for adults, students, counselors, and educators.

  • CHOICES Home Page:https://access.bridges.com/auth/login.do?market=adult


Census bureau

Census Bureau

  • American Community Survey

  • Local Employment Dynamics (LED)

    • On The Map

    • Quarterly Workforce Indicators

  • American FactFinder


Census bureau facts for features

Census BureauFacts for Features


Census bureau american community survey

Census BureauAmerican Community Survey

  • Age

  • Sex

  • Race

  • Family And Relationships

  • Income And Benefits

  • Health Insurance

  • Education

  • Veteran Status

  • Disabilities

  • Where You Work

  • Where You Live

People


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Census BureauAmerican Community Survey

  • Economic Fact Sheets

  • Specific Industries

  • Business and Industry

  • Top Foreign Trading Partners

  • Exports

  • Imports

  • Surplus and Deficit

  • Government

Businesses and Government


Census bureau onthemap

Census BureauOnTheMap

  • Web-based mapping and reporting application

  • Shows where workers are employed and where they live

  • Provides companion reports on age, earnings, industry distributions, as well as information on race, ethnicity, and educational attainment.


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Census BureauOnTheMap

  • 6 Different Analyses:

    • Area Profile

    • Area Comparison

    • Distance/Direction

    • Destination

    • Inflow/Outflow

    • Paired Area


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Census Bureau -- OnTheMap


Labor market information tools

Live and Work in the Region

Workforce Region 12

Note: Data are displayed by Census 2000 block groups from block level data.

Source: US Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Longitudinal Employer Household Dynamics (LEHD), 2009 Origin Destination Data-All Jobs.

Prepared by: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center, November 2011.


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Commuting to the Region

Workforce Region 12

Note: Data are displayed by Census 2000 block groups from block level data.

Source: US Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Longitudinal Employer Household Dynamics (LEHD), 2009 Origin Destination Data-All Jobs.

Prepared by: Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center, November 2011.


Census bureau quarterly workforce indicators qwi

Census BureauQuarterly Workforce Indicators (QWI)

  • Merges data from existing sources

  • Detailed demographics

  • Detailed geography and state totals

  • Ownership information - private only or all ownership categories

  • NAICS 3- and 4-digit industries

  • 4-quarter rolling averages

  • Recent and historical data


New initiative expanded supply and demand

New Initiative: Expanded Supply and Demand


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Potential Employees in Aircraft Manufacturing


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Location of Firms in Aviation and Aerospace


Education and training pay

Education and Training pay …

Unemployment Rate(Percent)

Median Earnings (Dollars)

Doctoral degree

Professional degree

Master’s degree

Bachelor’s degree

Associate degree

Some college, no degree

High-school graduate

Some high-school, no diploma

Notes: Unemployment and earnings for workers 25 and older, by educational attainment; earnings for full-time wage and salary workers.

Sources: Unemployment rate, 2008 annual average: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; 2008 Weekly Median Earnings (multiplied by 52 weeks), U. S. Bureau of the Census.


Labor market information tools

Florida

Department of Economic Opportunity

Labor Market Statistics Center

Caldwell Building

MSC G-020

107 E. Madison Street

Tallahassee, Florida 32399-4111

Phone (850) 245-7227

Warren May

[email protected]

www.floridajobs.org/labor-market-information

www.labormarketinfo.com

fred.labormarketinfo.com

www.floridawages.com

http://www.whatpeopleareasking.com/index.shtm


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