Occupational Projections and Training Data, 1996 by Alan Eck

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Occupational Projections and Training Data () Note: Edition, Bulletin Abstract: Editor's Note: The following is based on materials extracted directly from the document. This statistical and research supplement to the Occupational Outlook Handbook presents the detailed, comprehensive statistics used in preparing the Handbook.

Occupational projections and training data. [United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States.

Bureau of Labor Statistics. OCLC Number: Notes: "Statistical and research supplement to the Occupational Outlook Handbook." Description: 76 pages 1996 book 28 cm.

Series Title: Bulletin of the. Occupational Projections and Training Data Abstract: This statistical and research supplement to the Occupational Outlook Handbook presents the detailed, comprehensive statistics used in preparing the handbook.

: Occupational Projections and Training Data: (): Not Available: Books. The Occupational Projections Data database displays data on and projected employment, employment change, occupational openings, education, training, and wages for each detailed National Employment Matrix occupation.

Users can obtain specific data for any occupation in the matrix and compare the results with data on other detailed.

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Table of Contents. OCCUPATIONAL PROJECTIONS AND TRAINING DATA, EDITION Data Tools; Publications; Economic Releases; Students; Beta; U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections PSB Suite 2 Massachusetts.

Table Occupational projections, –28, and worker characteristics, (Numbers in thousands) National Employment Matrix title and code.

Occupation type. Employment. Employment change, – Percent self employed, Occupational openings, –28 annual average. Median annual wage, Typical education needed for.

The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) generates year employment projections every two years for Texas, by industry and occupation. These projections are made at the state level and for each of the 28 TWC workforce development areas (WDAs). The most recent projections for Texas cover the period from to The U.S.

Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes a large amount of information on employment and wages by occupation, including career information, employment levels and projections, and various types of earnings data. Webpages on this Topic Occupational Outlook Handbook This publication describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training.

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Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Occupational projections and training data. Washington: The Bureau: For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S.G.P.O., The Occupational Projections presents data on historical and projected employment by occupation, projections of separations from occupations that will result in openings for new workers, and educational and training requirements for detailed occupations.

This page provides definitions for these data elements. OCLC Number: Notes: "April " "A statistical and research supplement to the Occupational outlook handbook." Description: v, pages ; 28 cm. Flagship Report. World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 20 January This report provides an overview of global and regional trends in employment, unemployment, labour force participation and productivity.

Flagship reports. World Employment and Social Outlook 13 February This report provides an overview of global and. Employment Projections Employment Projections forecast future “demand” or "outlook" of the employment for an occupation. These projections estimate long-term (10 years) employment outlook for California and areas.

Short-term (2 years) projections are available statewide. Occupational Licenses Some occupations require a license or certificate. Long Term Occupational Projections () This page allows you to sort, search and export long term projections.

To sort the data click on the header of the column to sort. You can filter the data by clicking on the "Search" button at the bottom of the grid. Occupational wage data for New York State and its ten labor market regions based on the Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) survey. Long-Term Occupational Projections Find expected employment growth and annual openings for all published occupations in New York State and its ten labor market regions.

The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives.

The Handbook is revised every two years. The OOH offers information on the hundreds of occupations that provide the majority of jobs in the United Publish Year:   The Occupational Projections study shows the fastest growing occupational areas in Wisconsin and the U.S.

and links these areas to UWM fields of study. UWM fall enrollments by field of study and corresponding trends in enrollment are linked to occupational projections provided by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

W age Data and Employment Numbers. SKILLTRAN reports government wage and employment data. In each SKILLTRAN report, there are hyperlinks to the source of the cited data. The most significant is data from the Occupational Employment Survey (OES).

National long range projections of occupational demand are available for OES occupational groups. The Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) Program provides staffing patterns, employment estimates and occupational wage rates.

These occupational employment and wage estimates are calculated with data collected from employers in all industry sectors in Rhode Island. The following projections are based on a model using past and present industry and occupational trends combined with a set of basic assumptions concerning the future.

These pages will offer the reader insight into Rhode Island's economic picture. Select a Data Series. Career Guides: Information regarding job opportunities, employment prospects and the associated educational requirements.; Indiana Career Ready INDemand Jobs: Find job postings and training for the jobs that are both high wage and high demand.; Jobs and Wages (OES): These data from the Occupational Employment Statistics Survey report occupation and wage data.

Employment outlook, ; a summary of BLS projections [United States. Bureau Statistics] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher.

Not indexed. Not illustrated. Excerpt:. The EDD – Labor Market Information (LMI) Division produces a wide variety of labor market and economic data which covers many important labor market subject areas such as, unemployment and labor force, economic indicators, industries, occupations, wages, employment projections, and much more.

Unemployment Rate and Labor Force. Occupational employment projections ("projections") estimate the changes in occupational employment over time resulting from industry growth, technological changes, and other factors. Industry growth exists when the demand for goods and services increases, resulting in an increased demand for workers to produce these goods and services.

The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information produced by the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics. It describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.

The projections data will show which occupations are expected to employ more or expected to employ less workers in the future.

The data is updated every two years. Occupational Employment Projections **BLS has implemented a new occupational separations method for projecting occupational openings beginning with the projections.

economy. Short-term projections are produced by industry and occupation. Long-Term Projections: A year estimation on Maryland’s and Maryland Workforce Regions’ economy. Long-term projections are produced by industry and occupation.

Projections estimates employment change (job creation), job exits. Free Online Library: Employment projections through the lens of education and training.(Employment Projections, Statistical table, Report) by "Monthly Labor Review"; Business Human resources and labor relations Education Educational aspects Forecasts and trends Statistics Occupations Training Teachers.

Supplemented by: Occupational projections and training data, ; and by: Occupational outlook quarterly, Source of description: Description based on: ed. Source of description: Latest issue consulted: /11 ed., published in Has supplement: Occupational projections and training data X: Has supplement.

These projections are made at the state level and for each of the 28 TWC workforce development areas (WDAs). The most recent projections cover the period from to For the Regional Plan and regional portal, the Coordinating Board aggregated WDA-level occupation data to the regional level (each region is comprised of one or more WDAs).

Projections of occupational employment growth are developed for all States and the nation as a whole. One of the most important uses of the projections is to help individuals make informed career. decisions.

Information on this site allows projected employment growth for an occupation to be compared among States. also allows projected. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) implemented a new methodology to measure occupational separations beginning with the Short-Term projections and the 20 Long-Term projections.

The previous methodology, the Replacements methodology, was developed in the early s. Occupational Projections of Employment. Labor Market Information Resources and Data: Home | By Customer | By Subject | By Geography | Data Library | Online Services.

Selection Page 1 of 3: Select area types and areas for which you would like to view the data. To choose more than one selection, click CTRL + selection(s). To choose all, check box. Occupational Outlook Handbook | The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) is the premier, nationally recognized source for career information.

Especially designed to provide valuable up-to-date information, the Handbook is great for all individuals making decisions about their future including students about to graduate from high school or college, recent graduates, individuals Brand: Bernan Press. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Together, these occupations make up more than 50 percent of all professional and technical workers, 99 percent of salesworkers, 81 per­ cent of craftsmen, and 65 percent of clerical workers.

Occupational projections also are used for purposes other than planning education and training. For ex­. Occupational Trends and Program Priorities. occupational trends are based on data collected from. Occupational Projections and Trai ning Data.

Based on statistical research and interviews with students, educators, and employers, this book offers a comprehensive overview of the education and training of the mid-skilled labor force comprised of individuals having at least a high school diploma but less than a baccalaureate degree.

Following prefatory materials, chapter 1 highlights the importance of the mid-skilled Cited by: Alphabetically arranged, this guide contains references to important primary sources of statistical information for the United States.

Secondary sources have been included if the information contained in them is presented in a particularly convenient form or if primary sources are not readily available.Every 2 years, the Employment Projections program publishes year projections of national employment by industry and occupation based on analysis of historical and current economic data.

The purpose is to offer some insight into questions about the future growth or decline of industries and occupations.

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