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  1. Unemployment Rates(August of each year) Rochester MSA U.S. 2010 7.5% 9.5% 2009 7.8% 9.6%

  2. Unemployment RatesAugust 2010 US-9.5% NYS-8.2%

  3. Private Sector EmploymentRochester MSAJuly of Each Year Employment is 3,900 (-1.4%) below its pre-recession level Recovered ~80% of the jobs lost during the recession

  4. Private Sector EmploymentUnited StatesJuly of Each Year The US lost 8.2 million jobs (-7%) 2007-2010 Employment is 5.3 million (-4.6%) below its pre-recession level

  5. Change in EmploymentRochester MSA March 2012-March 2011

  6. Two Trends Driving Change…Rochester MSA1990-2010 Locally manufacturing comprises: 12% of employment and 17% of wages (Nationally manufacturing accounts for 9% of employment)

  7. Employment by IndustryRochester MSAJanuary 2009

  8. Fastest Growing OccupationsFinger Lakes Region2008-2018 Source: New York State Department of Labor

  9. Fastest Growing Occupations continued…

  10. Occupations Requiring an Associate Degree, Finger Lakes, 2008-2018 Median Wage Fastest Growing Occupations % Growth $57,800 $35,300 $42,300 $60,400 $43,500 Dental Hygienists 26.0% Physical Therapist Assistants 25.0% Occupational Therapist Assistants 25.0% Radiation Therapists 25.0% Medical Equipment Repairers 20.8% Occupations with Most Annual Openings Openings/Year Registered Nurses 340 Computer Support Specialists 80 Dental Hygienists 50 Paralegals and Legal Assistants 40 Medical Records & Health Information Technicians 30 $58,700 $44,300 $57,800 $41,600 $31,100 Source: New York State Department of Labor

  11. Occupations Requiring a Bachelor’s Degree, Finger Lakes, 2008-2018 % Growth Fastest Growing Occupations Median Wage Network Systems & Data Communications Analysts 33.6% Medical and Public Health Social Workers 24.2% Personal Financial Advisors 17.0% Market Research Analysts 16.8% Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselor 15.9% $68,900 $43,200 $69,800 $67,200 $38,400 Occupations with Most Annual Openings Openings/Year $62,600 $71,600 $46,400 $43,300 $50,500 Accountants and Auditors 140 Computer Systems Analysts 80 Child, Family and School Social Workers 60 Employment, Recruitment and Placement Specialists 50 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists 30 Source: New York State Department of Labor

  12. Occupations Requiring Either Postsecondary Training or Long-term OTJ Training, Finger Lakes, 2008-2018 Median Wage Fastest Growing Occupations* % Growth $22,700 $37,400 $25,200 $22,300 $23,800 Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors 23.7% Licensed Practical Nurses 14.9% Nursing Aides, Orderlies & Technicians 13.9% Preschool Teachers 9.2% Restaurant Cooks 6.7% Occupations with Most Annual Openings Openings/Year $30,700 $54,600 $35,900 $48,800 Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics 80 Police and Sheriff’s Patrol Officers 60 Carpenters 50 Electricians 50 Source: New York State Department of Labor

  13. Occupations Requiring Moderate to Short-term OTJ Training, Finger Lakes, 2008-2018 Occupations with Most Annual Openings Median Wage Openings/Year Cashiers 690 Retail Salesperson 500 Waiters and Waitresses 480 Home Health Aides 350 Customer Service Representatives 350 Teacher Assistant 270 Food Preparation and Serving Workers 260 Child Care Workers 250 Stock Clerks and Order Fillers 210 Janitors and Cleaners 210 $17,400 $20,000 $19,300 $23,700 $29,200 $21,000 $18,000 $18,300 $19,800 $22,800 Source: New York State Department of Labor

  14. Occupations Requiring Moderate to Short-term OTJ Training, Finger Lakes, 2008-2018 Occupations with Most Annual Openings Median Wage Openings/Year Laborers and Freight, Stock and Material Movers 190 Receptionists and Information Clerks 160 Personal and Home Care Aides 150 General Office Clerks 140 Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor Trailer 110 Landscaping and Grounds-keeping Workers 100 $22,500 $24,500 $20,000 $23,800 $35,300 $24,000 Source: New York State Department of Labor

  15. Occupations with the Greatest Number of OpeningsFinger Lakes Region2008-2018

  16. Occupations with the Largest Number of Openings continued…

  17. Long Term Trends • Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts • Computer Software Engineers, Applications • Home Health Aides • Personal and Home Care Aides • Medical Assistants • Dental Hygienists • Dental Assistants • Physical Therapist Assistants • Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors • Computer Systems Analysts • Physical Therapist Aides • Network and Computer Systems Administrators

  18. Industries that Gained JobsMonroe County3Q 2007 to 3Q 2010 Overall employment -11,800 Overall weekly wage $850

  19. Industries that Lost JobsMonroe County3Q 2007 to 3Q 2010