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EMSI Conference October 16, 2013. The MONEYBALl approach: Credentials that work . ABOUT JOBS FOR THE FUTURE. Our Mission: JFF works to ensure that all lower- income young people and workers have the skills and credentials needed to succeed in our economy. Our Vision:

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emsi conference october 16 2013
EMSI Conference

October 16, 2013

  • The MONEYBALl approach: Credentials that work
about jobs for the future
ABOUT JOBS FOR THE FUTURE
  • Our Mission:

JFF works to ensure that all lower-income young people and workers have the skills and credentials needed to succeed in our economy.

  • Our Vision:

The promise of education and economic mobility in America is achieved for everyone.

  • Our Approach:

JFF designs and drives the adoption of innovative, scalable approaches and models—solutions that catalyze change in our education and workforce delivery systems.

how jff works scaling innovation
HOW JFF WORKS: SCALING INNOVATION

Secondary / Postsecondary / Workforce Alignment

community college focus
COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOCUS

Source: American Association of Community Colleges: http://www.aacc.nche.edu/AboutCC/Pages/fastfactsfactsheet.aspx

Community Colleges enroll 13 million students or 45% of all US undergraduates

  • Students are racial minorities
    • 56% of Native American undergrads
    • 49% of Hispanic undergrads
    • 43% of Black undergrads
  • Students are nontraditional students
    • 60% are over 22 years old (15% are over 40)
    • 40% are the first generation to attend college
    • 16% are single parents
  • Students juggle work/school/family
    • 80% of full time students are employed at least part time (21% are working full time)
    • 87% of part time students are employed at least part time (40% are working full time)
  • Completion is a challenge
    • Fewer than 3 out of 10 full time students graduate with an associates degree in three years
    • Attending part time diminishes the chance of earning a credential
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WHAT IS REAL-TIME LMI?

  • Real-time LMI is made up of job postings by occupation obtained from Internet job boards, company websites, and newspapers using spidering technology
  • It is valuable to users because it is:
    • collected with regular frequency and de-duplicated
    • parsed to produce information on hiring requirements including education, experience, skills, and certifications
  • Provides indications of current trends, emerging occupations, and current and emerging skill requirements
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A DATA-DRIVEN APPROACH RESPONSIVE TO THE MARKET

Regional mapping

  • Traditional LMI
  • Real Time LMI
  • Employer Input
  • Other Indicators

Analysis of regional trends

Identifies: jobs that are in high-demand; and employer-important skills/credentials

Impacts districts and other feeder pathways

Impacts

planning and design of postsecondary pathways/curriculum

Impacts job counseling

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CREDENTIALS THAT WORK (CTW)

  • Credentials that Work gives decision makers the information to do the practical analysis to better align education and training investments with the needs of regional economies
  • Working with community colleges CTW:
  • Creates a framework to help design and offer courses of study that meet the needs of employers
  • Demonstrates how both traditional and real time labor market data are needed to evaluate programs
  • Trains users on how to best analyze the data and integrate it into ongoing decision-making processes
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DATA DRIVEN AND RESPONSIVE DECISION MAKING

  • Credentials That Work utilizes the latest innovations in labor market intelligence to support:
  • Strategic Planning
  • AUDIENCE: Board of Trustees, Senior Institutional Leadership
  • SOURCE: Long Term Projections, State and Regional Economic Analysis, Industry and Trade Studies, Real Time LMI, Employer Input
  • Demand Driven Programming
  • AUDIENCE: Boards, Senior Institutional Leaders, Deans, Department Chairs, Instructors
  • SOURCE: Long Term Occupational Projections, Job Vacancy Studies, Real Time LMI, Regional Economic Analysis, Employer Input
  • Curriculum Modification
  • AUDIENCE: Instructors, Department Chairs, Deans
  • SOURCE: Real Time LMI, Traditional LMI (O*NET), Employer Input, Postsecondary Program Review
  • Student Career Guidance
  • AUDIENCE: Counselors, Workforce Development Staff, Department Chairs, Deans, Lenders, Students
  • SOURCE: Occupational Employment Statistics and Projections, Real Time LMI, Employer Input, Postsecondary Program Review
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INNOVATORS’ NETWORK

JFF’s Credentials That Work services are proprietary and confidential

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CREDENTIALS THAT WORK (CTW) – EARLY ADOPTERS

REAL TIME LMI INTEGRATION

  • Cabrillo College’s analysis of health care occupational productivity
  • Texas State Technical College’s high-fidelity occupational analysis, competency-based curriculum alignment, student placement, grant and resource development, market research and business development, forecasting and research, performance, and outcomes measures
  • LaGuardia Community College aligns programming to the demand in green occupations
  • Cerritos’ investigation of advanced manufacturing employment opportunities and regional employer skill requirements
  • Southern Maine Community College supports grant proposals
  • KCTCS’ pilot Dynamic Skills Audit
  • Harper College supports new program development in advanced manufacturing
  • The Center of Excellence’s labor market research for California community colleges
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SAMPLE ANALYSIS

Geography: Boston-Cambridge-Quincy MSA

Traditional LMI Source: EMSI

Real-Time LMI Source: Burning Glass Labor Insight

Time Period: October 1, 2012 – September 30, 2013

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EXAMPLES FROM THE GREATER BOSTON AREA

  • Using traditional and real-time labor market data to develop an initial picture of demand: a look at top Sub-BA health occupations in the Boston MSA

SOURCES: Burning Glass Labor Insight and Bureau of Labor Statistics; Boston, Cambridge, Quincy MSA

health informatics hi growth since the recession
HEALTH INFORMATICS (HI) GROWTH SINCE THE RECESSION
  • BLS Tracks only 1 HI Occupation, Medical records and health information technicians (SOC 29-2071)
  • Annual Openings Estimate (2012) 184
  • 17% growth over 10 years (2012-2022)
  • Factors impacting recent growth – Bundled Medicare payment system in Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)

Source: Burning Glass Labor Insight

Sources

EMSI www.economicmodeling.com

http://www.burning-glass.com/healthinformatics/

emerging health informatics job titles
EMERGING HEALTH INFORMATICS JOB TITLES

Source: Burning Glass Labor Insight

Period: 10/1/12 – 9/30/13

Total Postings:8318

industries hiring health informatics workers
INDUSTRIES HIRING HEALTH INFORMATICS WORKERS

Source: Burning Glass Labor Insight

Period: 10/1/12 – 9/30/13

Total Postings:2088

employers seeking to fill health informatics jobs
EMPLOYERS SEEKING TO FILL HEALTH INFORMATICS JOBS

Source: Burning Glass Labor Insight

Period: 10/1/12 – 9/30/13

Total Postings:2088

health informatics specialized skills
HEALTH INFORMATICS SPECIALIZED SKILLS

Source: Burning Glass Labor Insight

Period: 10/1/12 – 9/30/13

Total Postings:2088

health informatics baseline skills in demand
HEALTH INFORMATICS BASELINE SKILLS IN DEMAND

Source: Burning Glass Labor Insight

Period: 10/1/12 – 9/30/13

Total Postings:2088

hi certifications in greatest demand
HI CERTIFICATIONS IN GREATEST DEMAND
  • Real Time Job Postings
  • Capability to break down certification requirements by occupation and skill level.
  • RHIA certifications are for higher skill / education HI Jobs
  • Health Information Technician jobs are typically middle skill jobs
  • CCS are the lower skill / certification positions.

Source: Burning Glass Labor Insight

Period: 10/1/12 – 9/30/13

Total Postings:2088

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HEALTH INFORMATICS EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

  • 41% of health informatics job postings require an Associates degree or less
  • In this economy, employers can be more selective and post higher educational requirements in job ads

SOURCE: Burning Glass Labor Insight; October 1, 2012 – September 30, 2013 . There were 8,318 job ads of which 2,872 were unspecified.

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OPPORTUNITIES ARE IDENTIFIED

  • Real-time technologies can be used to better match individuals to employers, guide career choices, benchmark critical skills gaps, and develop pathways.
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IMPLEMENTATION

Successful integration of Real-Time LMI requires:

Strong stewardship from senior leadership

Significant stakeholder engagement

Sufficient resources of time and talent

Standards for evaluation

Alignment with internal systems and structures

mary wright program director credentials that work mwright@jff org

Mary WrightProgram Director, credentials that workmwright@jff.org

TEL 617.728.4446 FAX 617.728.4857 info@jff.org

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