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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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.
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.
Job postings are from many online sources while candidate data is from the workforce system.
Note employers with the most openings in an area. Click on the number of job openings on the table to see actual postings.
NEworks also displays Occupations by Advertised Salary.
The number of Accountant and related occupations are displayed with labor market information wage survey data.
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Historic Data Analysis Seekers Write Resumes
Current Employment Statistics Monthly Employment 2008 - Now
The Historic Data Analysis section of NEworks allows users to download spreadsheets to analyze trends.
It is possible to see some of the data graphically.
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Sources: 2008-018 Occupational projections by education and National Center for Educational Statistics
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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.
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