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CCAC Occupational Analysis for Programs and Jobs. Supply, Demand, Quality, Competition & Opportunities Planning and Research, May 2005 James Robertson. Matched programs with jobs. Standard Occupational Classifications (SOC) used by all federal agencies

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Ccac occupational analysis for programs and jobs

CCAC Occupational Analysis for Programs and Jobs

Supply, Demand, Quality, Competition & Opportunities

Planning and Research, May 2005

James Robertson


Matched programs with jobs
Matched programs with jobs

  • Standard Occupational Classifications (SOC) used by all federal agencies

  • Classification of Instructional Programs: 2000 Edition (CIP) US Department of Education

  • CCAC College Catalog

  • One program could be related to many SOC codes

  • IR office completed preliminary match


Collaboration with academic deans
Collaboration with Academic Deans

  • The deans were given the preliminary match programs with corresponding SOC codes

  • Gave a list of SOC codes and occupations

  • Gave the SOC manual website

  • Asked for review within an allotted period of time (two weeks)

  • Used the changes from the deans to make final chart of programs and SOC codes


Created program groups
Created program groups

  • Classified programs in groups with matching jobs.

  • The results were groups that have a unique set of jobs with a unique set of programs.

  • In some groups one program matched one job

  • Other groups had a number of programs and a number of jobs



Data collection
DATA COLLECTION

  • Employment information from Bureau of Labors Statistics (BLS) for Pittsburgh MSA for 2000-2010

  • Regional graduation data using the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) from US Department of Education 2003-04

  • CCAC graduates for the past five academic years 1999-00 to 2003-04

  • CCAC five year graduate survey data from 1998-99 to 2002-03


Analysis
ANALYSIS

  • Five categories

    • Supply – graduation trend by academic year

    • Demand – opportunity, employment, openings

    • Quality – Job readiness, overall satisfaction

    • Competition – regional graduation data

    • Opportunities – projected employment in a area without CCAC programs


Supply
Supply

  • CCAC Graduation trend data was divided into four categories.

    • Zero graduates

      • new programs that haven’t yet produced graduates

      • old programs that need taken off the books

    • Low graduates – less than 7 graduates in the last academic year

    • Examine – the current year is 15% below the mean

    • If there were no supply issues, the job group had high supply.


Demand
Demand

  • Using 5yr CCAC graduate survey data.

    • Employment rate for the job group was significantly higher than mean employment rate, it was considered high demand.

    • Perceived opportunity for the job group was significantly higher than mean perceived opportunity, it was considered high demand.

  • Using BLS data annual openings

    • 50+ annual openings = high demand

  • If employment rate, perceived opportunity or BLS annual openings were in high demand, the job group was considered in high demand


Quality
Quality

  • Using 5yr CCAC graduate data.

    • Job readiness

    • Overall satisfaction

  • If both readiness and overall satisfaction were significantly below the mean, the job group had quality issues.

  • If either readiness or overall satisfaction were significantly below the mean without either being significantly higher, the job group had quality issues.


Competition
Competition

  • CIP codes were used to match CCAC graduates with regional graduates

  • Only programs with certificates, diplomas or associates degrees were included.

  • Only programs with graduates from other institutions were included

  • If CCAC grads + regional grads - total annual openings were less than zero, competition was high.


Job group classification
Job Group Classification

  • Classified job groups into 4 quadrants

    • CCAC Supply along y-axis

    • Demand along x-axis

    • Quality issues is a subset under each quadrant for program with poor quality

    • * indicates high competition

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CCAC Supply

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3

Demand


Ccac occupational analysis for programs and jobs

CCAC Occupational Programs

High Supply – Low Demand

High Supply – High Demand

PAccounting

PBuilding Construction

Child Development

PComputer Occupations

Criminal Justice

*Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Electrical Distribution Tech

Electrical Construction

Landscaping

PMarketing Management

P*Medical Assistant

PMedical Lab Technician

Medical Support Worker

PMedical Transcription

Nuclear Medicine Technology

POffice Professional

PPharmacy Technician

Plumbing

PPractical Nursing

PRespiratory Therapy

Sheetmetal Workers

Social Work

Quality Issues

P*Nursing

Dietetic Technician

P*Heating & Air Conditioning

Hotel/ Restaurant Management

Ironworker

*Massage Therapy

*Para-Legal

Quality Issues

*Industrial & Graphic Design

*Radiation Therapist

P*Radiologic Technologist

SUPPLY (CCAC)

Low Supply – Low Demand

Low Supply – High Demand

Aviation Management

Aviation Technology

Cnc Programming Specialist

Court Reporting

Environmental Technology

*Horticulture

Human Resource Mgt

PInvasive Cardiovascular T

PLab & Biotechnology

Mechanical Electronics Tech

PPainters

*Science & Engineering

*Surgical Technologist

PTeacher's Assistant

PWelding Technology

Quality Issues

Electromechanical

PFire Science Administration

Nanofabrication Technology

Network Cable Technology

*Occupational Therapy Assistant

PPhysical Therapist Assistant

Rehabilitation Aide

Technical Theatre

Quality Issues

P*Tourism Management

Auto Technology

Banking Management

PBuilding Maintenance Tech

Commercial Cook

Construction Estimating

Cosmetology Management

*Culinary Arts

PDrafting & Design

Manufacturing Technology

PMechanical Maintenance Tech

DEMAND

PPA High Priority Occupation

*High competition


Unmet demand
Unmet demand

  • Use BLS to find projected annual opening to find occupations with 50 or more projected annual openings

  • Occupations with more than 50 openings without CCAC programs have unmet demand

  • These occupations were indexed based on four variables

    • Unemployment

    • Amount of part-time employment

    • Median income

    • Total projected annual openings

  • Occupations with other regional institutions that meet or exceed the demand are considered to have high competition


Occupational opportunities
Occupational Opportunities

*High competition