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APPRENTICESHIP. Collaborate for Success Elisabeth Buck IWD Director April 24, 2009. How Things Have Changed. Iowa Workforce Development is now a LOT more than the “unemployment office.”

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  1. APPRENTICESHIP Collaborate for Success Elisabeth Buck IWD Director April 24, 2009

  2. How Things Have Changed Iowa Workforce Development is now a LOT more than the “unemployment office.” Our focus is on getting Iowans to work, and finding workers for Iowa employers. We believe all workers need to know their skills, have an opportunity to grow their skills, and get the best job possible with their skills. We want to help everyone raise themselves up one level.

  3. Where is IWD? 55 offices statewide, including: • 16 one-stops, • 29 other full-time offices, and • 10 part-time offices

  4. Where is IWD?

  5. Unemployment Insurance Claims & Benefits

  6. Characteristicsof theUninsuredUnemployed

  7. Unemployment InsuranceClaims & Benefits

  8. Not just “Bricks & Mortar” • Computer access to many services – all at no cost! • Main websites for information: • www.iowaworkforce.org • www.iowaworks.org (information for business) • Employment opportunities through numerous websites, including: • www.iowajobs.org • www.smartcareermove.com • www.jobcentral.com • Labor Market Information • Frequently Asked Questions & Answers • Job search assistance • Unemployment Insurance • Regulatory information for employers • Calendar of events • And more!

  9. Who Uses IWD’s Services Iowa Workforce Development Job Seeker Data (July 2007 – June 2008) Total Participants 217,641 • Male 95,611 • Female 82,299 • Military Veterans & Eligible Persons 13,707 • Adults (18 & Over) 213,861 • Youth 3,780 • Employed 68,508 • Not Employed 149,133 • American Indian or Alaskan Native 5345 • Asian 2,103 • Black or African-American 14,024 • Native Hawaiian orOther Pacific Islander 389 • White 144, 027 • More than One Race 2,382 • Hispanic or Latino 14,533 • Eligible Unemployment Insurance Claimant 27,651 • Not High School Graduate 33,533 • High School Graduate or GED 82,175 • Secondary Degree or Certification 37,954 • Persons with Disabilities 3,692 Note: All demographic data is self identified by job seekers and voluntarily submitted. Sub groups will not necessarily equal the total.

  10. What Does IWD Offer Business? • We can help you find workers by listing your job openings on multiple websites and matching your job requirements against our labor pool; • We have labor market information, including information on the average wages paid for Iowa occupations, laborshed and wage & benefit survey results; • On going educational and networking opportunities through the Employers Councils of Iowa; • We have all of the posters you are required to post available at no cost; • We can assist you with compliance with ADA, USERRA and other regulations; • And lots more!

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