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Preparing a Quick and Effective LMI Presentation. Al Lopez, Rural Capital WDB Clay Griffis, LMI/Dissemination. 2003 LMI Conference, Austin, Texas. What to Include in Your Presentation. Common Questions How do I decide what to talk about? What do I include/not include in my presentation?.

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preparing a quick and effective lmi presentation

Preparing a Quick and Effective LMI Presentation

Al Lopez, Rural Capital WDB

Clay Griffis, LMI/Dissemination

2003 LMI Conference, Austin, Texas

what to include in your presentation
What to Include in Your Presentation

Common Questions

How do I decide what to talk about?

What do I include/not include in my presentation?

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What to Include in Your Presentation

The #1 consideration is your AUDIENCE

who s your audience
Who’s Your Audience?
  • Is Your Audience Made up of:
  • Elected officials
  • Economic developers/planners
  • Career counselors
  • Job seekers
  • Educators
  • Students
  • Media
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Who’s Your Audience?
  • Other Important Considerations:
  • What’s the focus of the event you are presenting at?
  • Will it be just you presenting, or others too?
  • What’s the level of knowledge of your audience?
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What to Include in Your Presentation
  • You must ALSO consider:
  • Time - how much do you have?
  • Resources - internet, personal contacts, software skills, etc.
  • Not all statistical data is easily aggregated
a labor market presentation
A “Labor Market” Presentation

Who are some of your audiences for a “Labor Market” presentation?

What type of information/data might you want to include?

some common data elements
Some Common Data Elements
  • Population: How many PEOPLE?
  • Demographics: What KIND of people?
    • Education, age, race, income, poverty, etc.
  • Labor Force: How many people are WORKERS?
  • Jobs: How many JOBS and what KIND of jobs?
  • Wages: What do jobs in the area PAY.
  • Outlook: What are the past TRENDS? Can we speculate about the Future?
some sources of data
Some Sources of Data
  • Population Figures - U.S. Census Bureau or Texas State Data Center
  • Poverty Statistics- Texas Health and Human Services Commission
  • Labor Force Estimates - Labor Market Information Dept., TWC
  • Employment & Wage Estimates - Labor Market Information Dept., TWC
  • Wage Information - Labor Market Information Dept., TWC
  • Employment Projections - Labor Market Information Dept., TWC
  • General Demographics - U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Demographic Profiles
  • General Labor and Education Statistics - Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • Career Information/Research - O*Net OnLine/O*Net Code Connector; Career Development Resources, TWC
web links to data
Web Links to Data
  • Population Figures:
  • U.S. Census Bureau - http://www.census.gov
  • Texas State Data Center - http://txsdc.tamu.edu
  • Poverty Statistics
  • Texas Health and Human Services Commission - http://www.hhsc.state.tx.us
  • Labor Force Estimates - LMI Dept., TWC - http://www.tracer2.com
  • Employment & Wages- LMI Dept., TWC - http://www.tracer2.com
  • Local Area Personal Income
  • Bureau of Economic Analysis(BEA) - http://www.bea.gov
  • Wage Information - LMI Dept., TWC - http://www.tracer2.com
web links to data cont
Web Links to Data (Cont. )
  • Employment Projections - LMI Dept., TWC - http://www.tracer2.com
  • General Demographics - U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Demographic Profiles - http://censtats.census.gov/pub/Profiles.shtml
  • National Labor and Education Statistics
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics - http://www.bls.gov
  • Career Information/Research - O*Net OnLine/O*Net Code Connector; Career Development Resources, TWC
  • O*Net On-Line - http://online.onetcenter.org
  • O*Net Code Connector - http://www.onetcodeconnector.org
  • Career Development Resources - http://www.cdr.state.tx.us
other helpful tips
Other helpful tips
  • Always have a “canned” presentation
  • Double check your data
  • Don’t depend on a single source
  • Anticipate questions your audience might ask
  • Practice your delivery
  • Expect technical difficulties
  • When you find a good web source, bookmark it!
today s presenters
Today’s Presenters

Al Lopez Rural Capital WDB

Ph. (512) 244-7966

al.lopez2@twc.state.tx.us

Clay Griffis Labor Market Information, TWC

Ph. (512) 491-4810

clayton.griffis@twc.state.tx.us