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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

Orlando, Florida

Workforce Professionals Training Academy


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


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


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


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?

  • Workforce/ Economic Development Decision-Makers

  • Employers/ Job Seekers

  • Education/ Welfare Planners

  • Career Counselors/ Teachers

  • Economists/ Policy Makers

  • Elected Officials

  • Media


Labor Market Information Online

Websites and Web Applications

LMI 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 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


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/


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

  • 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


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/


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


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?


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/


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/


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


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

  • American Community Survey

  • Local Employment Dynamics (LED)

    • On The Map

    • Quarterly Workforce Indicators

  • American FactFinder


Census BureauFacts for Features


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


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 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.


Census BureauOnTheMap

  • 6 Different Analyses:

    • Area Profile

    • Area Comparison

    • Distance/Direction

    • Destination

    • Inflow/Outflow

    • Paired Area


Census Bureau -- OnTheMap


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.


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 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


Potential Employees in Aircraft Manufacturing


Location of Firms in Aviation and Aerospace


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.


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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