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  1. Arizona Labor Market Information ( L M I )

  2. Office of Employment and Population Statistics Labor Market Information (LMI) Office of Employment and Population Statistics (EPS) Arizona Department of Administration www.azstats.gov Website formerly known as the Arizona Workforce Informer AAED Academy Presentation 9-28-12

  3. Office of Employment and Population Statistics Agenda • Who we are and what we do • Overview of website and data • Answer questions suggested by AAED Professional Education Committee • Basic Terminology • Brief Industry Overview • Brief Occupation Overview • Audience questions and comments: • Before, during, and after session • Email or phone for later questions

  4. Office of Employment and Population Statistics • Who we are and what we do • Federal State cooperative program • U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics • U. S. Employment and Training Administration • U. S. Census Bureau • Arizona Dept of Economic Security • Local Workforce Investment Boards • Arizona Dept of Education • Arizona Commerce Authority

  5. Office of Employment and Population Statistics • Who we are and what we do • continued • Monthly survey of businesses – estimate of employment by industry (CES) LINK • Monthly survey of households – estimates of unemployed & employed – unemployment rate (LAUS) LINK • Quarterly count of employment & wages fromLINKUnemployment Insurance reports (up to 98% of employers) (QCEW) • Annual survey of occupational wages & employment (OES) LINK • Forecasts of Industries & Occupations LINK • Census & Population estimates & forecasts LINK • Special data collections projects (i.e. green jobs) link

  6. IS LMI TMI? Or TMA? • Acronyms • TMA, LAUS, CES, QCEW, OES, TERM, PEBKAC • Data for different user groups • Job Seekers, Students, Parents, General Public • One Stop Front Line Staff, Employment Specialists, Job Developers, Counselors, Teachers • Labor Market Analysts, Researchers, Economists • Economic Developers, Decision makers in Education, Business, & Government, Policy Makers

  7. Some questions suggested by AAED Professional Education Committee • Provide basic overview of website and information available on website. • Explain codes and how to identify occupations. • What are the codes? How to your codes relate to the BLS codes? • Show an example of how to compare wage rates in other states that we compete with for business expansion and relocation projects (ie. Colorado, Texas, Utah, Nevada)

  8. How Occupations & Industries are Defined & Organized • Occupation (describes what a workerdoes) • Standard Occupation Classification (SOC) • Six digit occupation code (O*NET has eight) • The more digits, the more detail (hierarchal) • Industry (describes what the businessdoes) • North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) • Six digit industry code • The more digits, the more detail(hierarchal)

  9. SOC Occupational Hierarchy example

  10. NAICS Industry Hierarchy example

  11. What about O*NET occupation codes? www.onetonline.org (Occupational Information Network, US Dept of Labor) • O*NET based on SOC with a 2-digit extension for more detail • EPS data only available at 6-digit detail*, not 8-digit *subject to suppressions More detailed breakout than the SOC code

  12. www.azstats.gov

  13. Comparing wage rates to other states Select an area From left menu select Economic Analysis, then Wages & Income

  14. Note the wage options: mean, 10%ile, 25%, median, 75%ile, 90%ile. Also note the estimate of employment by occupation. Mean = average 10%ile = bottom ten percent make this or less Median = middle 90%ile = top ten percent make this or more Estimate of employment by occupation

  15. Comparing wage rates to other states

  16. http://dlr.sd.gov/lmic/relatedsites_state_lmi_shops.aspx Click on a state, look for “wages” or “OES” – Occupational Employment Statistics

  17. Comparing wage rates (& other data) to other states (continued)

  18. http://www.careerinfonet.org/select_state.asp?from=&next=lmi1&id=11&nodeid=13&soccode=http://www.careerinfonet.org/select_state.asp?from=&next=lmi1&id=11&nodeid=13&soccode=

  19. http://data.bls.gov/oes/

  20. Arizona Green Jobs Information

  21. LaborAvailability Strength & weaknesses of different potential data sources Occupation Employment Statistics (OES) – annual employment estimates by occupation Current Employment Statistics (CES) – monthly employment estimates by industry Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) (up to 98% of employers) by industry Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS) estimate of number of unemployed workers Forecasts of employment by industry and by occupation Unemployment Insurance claims data (UI) monthly number of claims by industry Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD) Industry Focus Tool – quarterly employment, growth, new hires, average earnings, age, & gender by industry

  22. versus 2007 to 2011 = -271,200 jobs 2011 total = 2,405,500