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Neworks for the Nebraska state data conference. Mary Findlay Office of Labor Market Information 402-471-9915 [email protected] Nebraska Total Nonfarm Employment January 2008- June 2011. Permanent Layoffs in Nebraska. Number of Employees. Number of Events.

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Neworks for the Nebraska state data conference

Mary Findlay

Office of Labor Market Information

402-471-9915

[email protected]


Nebraska Total Nonfarm Employment January 2008- June 2011


Permanent Layoffs in Nebraska

Number of Employees

Number of Events


Nebraska Unemployment Rate January 2008 - June 2011

Rate


June 2011 Unemployment Rates


Projected Industry Growth 2008-2018


Services for Employers, Job Seekers and Data Users


Welcome to NEworks.nebraska.gov


Labor Market Information’s New NEworks

Bookmark

http://neworks.nebraska.gov/analyzer/


Resources in NEworks


Retrieve Data from NEworks

Quick Menu Frequently Asked Questions and spidered Job Search with labor market information.

Current Data Analysis integrates real time labor market information with statistical data produced by a variety of sources such as Labor Market Information, O*NET, Census, InfoGroup and other sources.

Historic Data Analysis is the power user section. If you know what data you need you can find it here.


Display Options &

Data Categories

  • For more complete information, set Display options and Data Categories. Maps, graphs, and other extended information are not displayed automatically in order to optimize speed of the system.


Real-time Labor Market Analysis:

  • Real-time labor market analysis tool uses mapping to show labor market data over time and geography.

  • Display data in tables, maps or graphs.


Wage Statistics by Occupation

  • Occupational Wage Estimates (labor Survey)

  • Desired Salary of Potential Candidates

  • Wage Rates on Advertised Jobs


Integrated Job Spidered Data Labor Market Information

The number of job postings in the target and related occupations are spidered from online sources

The 2011 Estimated Mean Annual Wage comes from the wage survey

Entry, Mean and Experienced wage data comes from advertised jobs.


Area Profile Summary Omaha Economic Region

Job postings are from many online sources while candidate data is from the workforce system.


Job Postings by Employer and Education Requirements on Posted Jobs in Omaha

Note employers with the most openings in an area. Click on the number of job openings on the table to see actual postings.


Occupations and Industries with the Most Openings in Omaha

NEworks also displays Occupations by Advertised Salary.


Occupation Summary for Accountants

The number of Accountant and related occupations are displayed with labor market information wage survey data.


Labor Supply Information on Accountants


Nature of Work: Helps Employers Write Job Descriptions & Job Seekers Write Resumes

Nature of Work:


Historic Data Analysis

Current Employment Statistics Monthly Employment 2008 - Now

The Historic Data Analysis section of NEworks allows users to download spreadsheets to analyze trends.


Douglas County Average Employment and Wage in Manufacturing Table

It is possible to see some of the data graphically.


Comparison Summary

Compare two areas side by side.


June 2011 Labor Force Data

Click on Time to see additional data. If you need additional data, checkout the Data Download Center.


Data Download Center

  • Spreadsheets for Power Users

  • Local Area Unemployment Statistics Data Files

  • Industry Employment Projections Data Files

  • Occupational Employment Projections Data Files

    • Long Term 2008-18 and Short Term 2010-2012

      • Projections areas:

        • Nebraska Statewide

        • Panhandle Economic Region

        • Mid-Plains Economic Region

        • Central Economic Region

        • Northeast Economic Region

        • Lincoln Metropolitan Statistical Area

        • Omaha Consortium

  • Presentations


Graduate Supply vs. Expected Demand

Sources: 2008-018 Occupational projections by education and National Center for Educational Statistics


Labor Market Information Publications

Check View Archives if the publication you are looking for isn’t on the Publications page.


Labor Market Regional Reviews

  • Regional Reviews are available for:

  • Nebraska

  • Lincoln MSA

  • Omaha Consortium (Nebraska counties in the Omaha MSA)

  • Micropolitan Areas:

    • Beatrice

    • Columbus

    • Fremont

    • Grand Island

    • Hastings

    • Kearney

    • Lexington

    • Norfolk

    • North Platte

    • Scottsbluff


Statewide Employment Projections

  • Each Page Contains:

  • What is it?

  • How to use it

  • Where to find it


Green Jobs Research

The purpose of the Green Jobs Survey was to learn about businesses’ green economic categories and how occupations are evolving or being created.

The goal of the New Hires study was to learn about new hires demographics, industry and occupational composition, pay, and benefits and to learn about employees’ skills, compared to ideal candidate skills, in order to better understand what employers would like to see in candidates and how the workforce development system can better prepare potential job candidates.

  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln Studies

    • Labor Supply of Green Jobs

    • Regulations Impacting Green Jobs

    • Economic Impact of Green AARA Projects

    • Green Jobs for Displaced Workers

    • Special Multiplier Study – Drinking Water

    • Special Multiplier Study - Wastewater


Percent Green Jobs in Industries


New Hires Skills Matched to Skills Required for Jobs


Graduate Outcomes

  • Graduate Outcomes are available for:

  • University of Nebraska - Kearney

  • Chadron, Peru and Wayne State Colleges

  • Community Colleges

    • Central

    • Metropolitan

    • Mid-Plains

    • Northeast

    • Southeast

    • Western Nebraska


Metropolitan Community College: 2008-2009 Graduates Working in 2010


Need More Data or Have Questions???

  • Click on the question mark icon “ ” for context-sensitive help screens that define terms or clarify instructions.

  • Click on Assistance Center for questions and answers or to e-mail your questions.

  • Contact the Office of Labor Market Information for help or additional data

    • 402-471-2600

    • [email protected]


Please contact me for more information:

Mary Findlay Research Analyst

550 S. 16th St, P.O. Box 94600 * Lincoln, NE 68509-4600 *Telephone: 402-471-9915 * Fax: 402-471-9867 [email protected] * www.dol.nebraska.gov


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