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									Analyzing the Gaps!

 Presentation at 2012 Regional
      Workforce Summit
Monster Government Solutions



         June 27, 2012
Monster
Government
Solutions




   Power Seeker   Real-time Labor     TargetMail
                                                          Ohio Means Jobs
    Workshops       Intelligence    Marketing/Media




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                                           Real-time Labor Intelligence
                                            KC Metro Area Job Postings*
                                4,000
                                                                      Registered Nurses
                                3,500
                                3,000
                                2,500
                                                                    Retail Salespeople
                                2,000
                                1,500            Computer Support Specialists
                                1,000
                                  500                                  Electricians
                                       0

                                                                                              KEY DATA
                                                                                          Occupations

                                                                                          Employers

                                                                                          Locations

                                                                                          Industries

                                                                                          Skills




Source: WANTED Technologies, 6/24/12
Research Focus: Macro to Micro Insights

                  Location                Occupation                 Time Period

                  National            Major Group (SOC2)                5 Years
                                        Healthcare Support



                   Town                                                One Week
                                       Minor (SOC8 – 865
                                         occupations)
                                          Dental Assistant




                                Industry                               Mining to
                                                                       Analyze
                       Major Category (NAICS 2)
                    Health Care and Social Assistance            •   Skills
                                                                 •   Certifications
                                                                 •   Education level
                                                                 •   Degree type
                                                                 •   Work Experience
                       Minor Category (NAICS 6)                  •   Job titles
                    Offices of Physicians, Mental Health
                                 Specialists




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RLI WIB Use Cases


                     •   Strategic planning
        High Level   •   Research: Labor Market Overview
                     •   Program Planning
                     •   Sector strategy
                     •   Business services planning
                     •   Alignment planning (WIB + economic
                         development + community colleges)

         Mid Level




         Tactical




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RLI WIB Use Cases



        High Level

                     • Ongoing labor market reporting
                       (monthly, quarterly)
                     • Program and fund
                       administration/tracking
                     • Overview target job analysis
         Mid Level   • Short-term employment needs
                       projections




         Tactical




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RLI WIB Use Cases



        High Level




         Mid Level   • Job development - identifying specific
                       opportunities for clients
                     • Ad hoc media outreach or requests
                     • New grant applications
                     • Identify employers for partnering and
                       services
         Tactical    • Build expertise for ad hoc meetings




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RLI to Help the Disadvantaged into Green
Career Pathways
 Client                           Project


                                  Challenge: Use research to train and place 500+
                                  residents (in four regions)18+ who are unemployed, high
                                  school dropouts, criminal record, or disadvantaged into
                                  green career pathway jobs
                                  Solution: Combine high level research with ongoing
 National Association of          market monitoring of green jobs to accelerate placement
 Regional Councils (NARC) as
 lead on Pathways out of
                                  of job seekers into education/training programs and
 Poverty Grant for four regions   employment
 (2 in AZ, West Texas and         Outcome: Results and insights used to help identify the
 Dayton, Ohio metro area)         partners, opportunities and adjustments needed to place
                                  the 500+ residents in green job career pathways. Goals
                                  exceeded in job training completion (879 total vs. 600 )
                                  and job placement (524 total vs. 500)




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Approach: Information Funnel


                                US   Macro Trends and Context Setting

                                     • Total green jobs, leading
                                       occupations, trending
                            State
                                     Additional Context and Depth Data

                                     • Broader region: “core” + “adjacent”
                                     • Occupations, education, industries,
                       Region          skills, education and work
                                       experience



                                     Diagnostic Data within “Core” Region
               Micro within region
                                     • Focus on “greenest” jobs and
                                       target industries (Solar, Recycling,
                                       HVAC, Building Performance, etc.)
                                         •   Employers, job titles, job type
                                         •   Provides leads




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    Green Job Demand: Central AZ
•     Green jobs data and analysis for                           Examples of Green Jobs in CAAG
      each region helped set the
      baseline for understanding the                             Dark Green        Arizona Solar Power Arizona Solar Power SOLAR PV SALESMAN
                                                                                   WANTED. Flagstaff Location. Base pay + commission. Prior business owner
      areas of opportunity, challenge,                                             a plus. F/T only
      change and action that were                                                   Interstate Mechanical Corporation Apprentice Pipefitter APPRENTICE
                                                                 Light Green
      need to help carry out the                                                   PIPEFITTER 3-5 Yrs Exp. Assemble & Install Pipefitting Sys for Cmrcl HVAC
                                                                                   Load Unload Transport & Furnish Tools Equip Sppls & Mtrls This position is
      mission of the project.                                                      in Flagstaff AZ

                                                                                   Water/Wastewater Treatment Specialist performs daily system inspections
                                                                 Near Green        and maintenance of water and wastewater systems.




    Green Job Volume: 2H 2009 vs. 1H 2010                                                Top Dark Green Occupations, 1H 2010

                                                            Y/Y %
                                                           Change                        Environmental Engineers                                    47
     Dark Green            152
                           137                                 11%                            Engineers, All Other                  20
                                        1489                                Environmental Science and Protection…              16
     Light Green                      1204                     24%         Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant…       7
     Near Green                                     2637                                   Conservation Scientists       7
                                             1889
                                                               40%           Forest and Conservation Technicians        6

                      1/10-6/10      7/09-12/09                                     Based on 6-digit SOC codes




    Includes core as well as counties adjacent to the region
    Source: WANTED Technologies
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Green Job Employers: Miami Valley OH (Core
Counties)           Green Employer(s)
                                     Sector
                                    Wind                                                           GE Technology Infrastructure


                                    HVAC                             Accent Ohio                          Greene Co. Career Ctr
•    Our analysis in reports and                                      Aerotek CE                                    Grubb & Ellis
     through ongoing weekly                           American Service Pro, LLC                         Heritage Air Systems Inc
                                                Applied Mechanical Systems, Inc.                             Jones Lang Lasalle
     monitoring of targeted Green                                          Belcan                                       McQuay
     sectors indicated employers                            Boehringer Ingelheim                  Mechanical Systems Of Dayton
                                                  Bolyard Heating & Cooling, Inc.                                MRINETWORK
     with whom the regions could                Butler Heating & Air Conditioning     Powerlink Facilities Management Services
     build programmatic                                                        Co                                  PrincetonOne
                                                                  City of Fairborn                           Ross Carlisle Group
     relationships and place the                          Clarke Power Services                  Ruskin Company/ Lau Industries
                                                             Connor Group, The                                    Sears Holdings
     target population                            Crown Personnel Services, Inc.                             Service Experts Inc.
                                                           Davis Refrigeration Inc                            Sitech Corporation
                                                                       Delmonde                                 STAN Engineers
                                                             Detmer & Sons, Inc.            STANDARD RENEWABLE ENERGY
                                                             Drake Heating & Air                      Stevenson Service Experts
                                                   Eisert Plumbing & Heating Inc     Stillwater Park Apartments and Townhomes
                                                                  EMCOR Group              SUGAR CREEK PACKING COMPANY
                                                 Gorsuch Management - Fairfield                      Tradesmen International, Inc
                                                                      Homes, Inc                                         Tremco



                                    Solar                                                                                 ATK

                                    Recycling                                                            CLEAN WATER Ltd.
                                                                                                      OmniSource Corporation
                                                                                                         Rumpke Waste, Inc.
                                                                                                       Steve Rauch Inc. (SRI)




    Source: WANTED Technologies                                                 11
RLI Helps Develop Workforce Strategy for
Key Sectors in a Regional Economy
 Clients                          Project


                                  Challenge: further develop economic development plan with a
                                  particular focus on the workforce needs of six industry sectors
                                  (Defense Communications, Specialty Insurance, Advanced
                                  Manufacturing, Transportation/Logistics, Food Processing, and
    Economic Development          Medical Devices)
     for Northeast Indiana
                                  Solution: comprehensive research report that for each sector
                                  analyzed supply and demand side data related to occupations,
                                  skills, certifications, work experience and education
    WIB for Northeast Indiana

                                  Outcome: Results and insights used to improve understanding
                                  of six target clusters with regard of the occupational demand,
                                  trending vs. other regons as well as the gaps in talent demand
                                  and supply levels, skills, work experience, education and career
                                  level
  Community Research Institute
   at Indiana University-Purdue
       University Fort Wayne




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The Talent Supply/Demand Balance by Sector


The information and analysis from
Monster.com improved our                           Sector showing
understanding among our six targeted               possible talent
sectors regarding where we had                       oversupply
current labor shortages and labor
excesses.

                                                                          Sectors showing
John Stafford, Director of the Community                                   possible labor
Research Institute at IPFW.                                                  shortages




Source: Monster Internal Data, Jan ’10 - Jun ‘10
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       Leading Occupations
       Adv. Manufacturing │ NE Indiana Occupations
1

                              2




                                                                                                         3
         1      The top 10 occupations in the chart accounted for 98% of all postings in 1H ’10

         2      Industrial Engineers was the top advanced manufacturing occupation

         3      Major hit to advanced manufacturing occupations in 2009, with modest rebound in
                2010

    Source: Wanted Technologies, 1H ‘08-1H’10
    Note: Due to the process used to assign occupational codes to job postings, the totals for certain
    occupations (e.g. industrial engineers) may differ from sector to sector.
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   Top Hard Skills
   Adv. Manufacturing



                  Hard Skills
                                             Product Development, Degree
    Technical requirements of a job           in Engineering, and Project
    or activities that are teachable,         Management were mentioned
    often requiring on-the-job                in over 20% of the Advanced
                                               Manufacturing job postings
    training or more formal
    education such as that provided
    by a college or university                      The list of Advanced
                                              Manufacturing hard skills are
                                              filled with manufacturing and
                                                     engineering terms




Source: Wanted Technologies, 1H’10
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Adv. Manufacturing │ Soft Skills & Credentials in Demand
                                     Interpersonal Skills and Positive Attitude were the
                                     two top soft skills in demand
                                     Seen below, just over half of the provided credentials
                                     were mentioned in Advanced Manufacturing postings




Source: Wanted Technologies, 1H’10
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Outcomes from Research

         This information was gathered for all six sectors. It has
         provided important information helping us to:
           • Better understand the workforce issues facing
             employers in our core industry sectors.
           • Better align our educational and workforce training
             programs with our core industry sectors in northeast
             Indiana.
           • Create one more step in our evolving workforce
             development/economic development collaboration

          John Stafford, Director of the Community Research
          Institute at IPFW.




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RLI Improves Relationships and Business
Services in a Workforce Region
 Client                     Project


                            Challenge: gain access to ongoing labor market data in the
                            workforce region and its four sub-regions in order to improve
                            business services, workforce program development and
                            investment as well as expertise with key stakeholders in
                            government, education, and business.

                            Solution: quarterly RLI reports providing data and analysis
                            of supply and demand side data related to occupations, work
                            experience education for the region and four targeted sub-
                            regions
  Workforce Alliance: the
  WIB for South-Central
                            Outcome: Results and insights used to improve relationships
      Connecticut
                            with business, government and education, while also identifying
                            new hiring businesses and placement opportunities.




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South Central CT│ Total Job Postings

                                                                                         Q4 2011 Job Posting
                                                                                        Volume by Sub-region
                                                                                               Upper CT
                                                                                       Lower     River
                                                                                        CT        7%
                                                                                       River
                                                                                        2%                City New
                                                                                                           Haven
                                                                                                            57%


                                                                                 Grtr New
                                                                                  Haven
                                                                                   34%




    Prior to this project, the WIB was only able to obtain data about the overall workforce region
    The real-time, data, analysis and insights about the four sub-regions illuminated the differences in these
    micro economies with regard to key sectors, employers, and occupational demand




Source: Wanted Technologies, Q4 2010, Q1 2011 – Q4 2011
Note: Sub-region postings do not always add to total South Central CT postings
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City of New Haven │ Top 15 Hiring Employers as of Q4 2011
  By tracking the leading hiring
  employers each quarter, the
  workforce board was able to
  identify
  •    New hiring employers
  •    Uncover hiring upticks by
       known employers but not
       known by job counselors
  •    Seasonal changes in employer
       hiring
  •    The division of demand by
       different level of work force
       skills –e.g. entry vs. mid-level
       vs. high
  •    A greater understanding for
       the role of different sectors in
       the regional economy –e.g.
       healthcare, finance, high tech,
       retail, etc.




Source: Wanted Technologies, Q1 2011, Q4 2011
* Note in Q4, Yale New Haven Health and Yale New Haven Hospital were combined into one entity;
Yale New Haven Health was ranked 13 in Q1 (30 jobs) and Yale New Haven Hospital was ranked 2 in   20
Q1 (227 jobs)
    Outcomes from Research
    Building and Enhancing Relationships
    Business Relationships
•       [Use RLI with] Business visitation.
•       Present industry cluster data to employer.
•       Identify local suppliers, customers.
•       Reveal the “secret manufacturers.” [identified hiring employers that WIB staff not
        aware of]
•       Facilitate relationships among local employers.

Inform Educational Community
    •    Supporting the Educational Infrastructure
    •    Community Colleges – suggestions for new or expanded programs
    •    High School – Identify options for HS juniors/seniors without a plan.
    •    Adult Education – using the data to enhance pipelines to higher ed.
        Christine D. Reardon, MPA
        Manager, Strategic Development/Business Services
        Workforce Alliance


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RLI Helps Determine New Academic Program
Feasibility
                                      Program Development
 Client Question                                               Customers
 • What academic programs should we launch in targeted         • POC: Director of Marketing and New
   region the United States?                                     Student Enrollment
 • Where should the university recruit students for the        • Users: Various Deans
   programs launched?
                                                               Outcome
 Monster Objective                                             • Final analysis pointed toward 7
                                                                 programs with strong job posting and
 • Provide real-time talent supply and demand information        seeker volume as well as most desired
   and analysis to help inform go-to-market decisions for a      candidate characteristics in 5 metro
   set of proposed academic programs in the College of           areas
   Professional Studies
 • Uncover trends in talent supply (candidates) and demand
   (job postings) for 17 program areas across selected
   regions in order to show which programs and regions offer
   the most potential
RLI Helps Shape Energy Training Programs

Client                    Project                              Sample Data

                                                                                                      Indiana Supply and Demand on Monster - Energy
                                                                                                  New Resumes                 Job Postings               Resumes YoY                       Job Postings YoY
                          Challenge: Find data, including                         200                                                                                                                             40%

                          skills, about current, in-demand




                                                               100=2005 Average
                                                                                  150                                                                                                                             20%

                          Energy jobs to help shape training                      100                                                                                                                             0%
                          programs.
                                                                                  50                                                                                                                              -20%
                          Solution: Research about the
 Conexus Indiana, an
                          Energy sector workforce supply and                       0                                                                                                                              -40%

 economic




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                                                                                                                                       Feb-08

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                                                                                                                                                         Apr-08

                                                                                                                                                                  May-08
                          demand, including skills and
 development initiative
 focused on emerging      competencies most in demand by
                                                                                        Education Requirements: Energy, Indiana
 opportunities in         Indiana employers
 advanced                 Outcome: Results and insights used                            Bachelors or                                                                                  68%
                                                                                          Higher                                                            43%
 manufacturing and        to shape new Energy training
 logistics                programs at community colleges,                           Associates or
                                                                                    Some College
                                                                                                                                       13%
                                                                                                                                                  31%
                          inform high school guidance
                                                                                                                                                                           Job Postings
                          counselors about appropriate                                  High School                                    14%
                                                                                                                                                                           Resumes
                                                                                                                                       18%
                          coursework and skills for Energy
                          careers                                                   Certification or
                                                                                        Other
                                                                                                                              5%
                                                                                                                                8%




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RLI for KANSAS
      CITY

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Kansas City │ Monster Employment Index
                                                                                     Monster Employment Index
                                                                                        Kansas City                                        YoY Change %
                                  140                                                                                                                                                                              40%
                                  120                                                                                                                                                                              20%




                                                                                                                                                                                                                          YoY Change %
                    Index = 100


                                  100                                                                                                                                                                              0%
                                   80                                                                                                                                                                              -20%
                                   60                                                                                                                                                                              -40%
                                   40                                                                                                                                                                              -60%




                                                                                                                                                                                        Jan-12
                                                                                                                                  Jan-11
                                                                            Jan-10




                                                                                                                                                                               Nov-11
                                                                                                                         Nov-10
                                                                   Nov-09




                                                                                                                                                                      Sep-11
                                                                                                                Sep-10
                                                          Sep-09




                                                                                                                                                                                                          May-12
                                                                                                                                                    May-11
                                                                                                                                                             Jul-11
                                                                                              May-10
                                                                                                       Jul-10




                                                                                                                                                                                                 Mar-12
                                        May-09
                                                 Jul-09




                                                                                                                                           Mar-11
                                                                                     Mar-10


  Kansas City’s April 2012 Index was 113, up 3 points (+3%) from April and up 12 points
  (+12%) compared to May 2011
    > The Index reached its low point of 65 in January 2010
    > Food Preparation & Serving Related occupations reported the strongest year-over-year increase
        (+50%, +75 points) followed by Transportation & Material Moving roles (+26%, +44 points)
    > Four of 21 occupation categories declined over the year period: Legal; Arts, Design, Entertainment,
        Sports & Media; Healthcare Practitioners & Technical; and Education, Training & Library


 Source: Monster Employment Index, May 2012

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Kansas City │ Supply and Demand Analysis
 Administrative, Information Technology
 (IT), and Sales roles are well matched in
 Supply and Demand
 The Finance sector exhibits greater job
 postings relative to the supply of workers
 Occupations such as Management
 exhibit more talent supply compared to
 the demand, despite a large volume of
 job postings compared to other
 occupations such as within Construction
 and Transportation
 There are an assortment of occupations
 with a low, yet well-matched volume of
 resumes and job postings: Healthcare,
 Engineering, Production, and more




 Source: Monster Internal Data, June 2011 – May 2012

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Kansas City │ Skills in Supply                                   Top Skills – Kansas City Job Seekers
                                                       Customer Support/Service
                                                                            Sales
                                                                  Microsoft Excel
                                                                  Microsoft Word
                                                               English Language
  Customer Support/Service and Sales are the                  Time Management
  top most common skills, referenced in over               Microsoft PowerPoint
                                                               Training/Teaching
  30% of seeker resumes                                   Problem Solving Skills
                                                                Microsoft Outlook
                                                        Recruiting/Staffing/Hiring
                                                                       Marketing
                                                                            Billing
                                                           Communication Skills
                                                            Organizational Skills
                                                                 Telephone Skills
                                                                    Staff Training
                                                                  Microsoft Office
                                                                   Analysis Skills
                                                            People Management
                                                            Team Lead/Manager
                                                             Administrative Skills
                                                                      Leadership
                                                                       Budgeting
                                                             Customer Relations
                                                                           Testing
                                                                 Project/Program…
                                                                     Team Player
                                                         Inventory Management
                                                                       Insurance
                                                                                 0%   20%   40%     60%

 Source: Monster Internal Data, June 2011 – May 2012

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Kansas City │ Search Activity
 Top Keywords Searched by Job Seekers:
 1.    Sales                               21.    Maintenance
 2.    Customer Service                    22.    Nurse
 3.    Accounting                          23.    Project Manager
 4.    Part Time                           24.    Sales Representative
 5.    Manager                             25.    Retail Sales
 6.    Administrative Assistant            26.    IT
 7.    Marketing                           27.    Education
 8.    Human Resources                     28.    Healthcare
 9.    Retail                              29.    Accountant
                                                                           140,000
 10.   Receptionist                        30.    Entry Level              Job Searches
 11.   Insurance                           31.    Registered Nurse, RN      Each Month
 12.   Warehouse                           32.    Data Entry
 13.   Management                          33.    Director
 14.   Administrative                      34.    Information Technology
 15.   Engineer                            35.    Information Systems
 16.   Manufacturing                       36.    Sales Manager
 17.   Driver                              37.    Supervisor
 18.   Clerical                            38.    Security
 19.   Finance                             39.    Store Manager
 20.   Construction                        40.    Account Manager


 Source: Monster Internal Data, January 2011 – May 2012
Snapshot: Occupational (Major Group) Demand Comparison
                                                                           Growth vs.                                                                         Growth vs.
                                                                           Prior Year                                                                         Prior Year
                        Kansas City MSA, Top 10,                           Period     West   North Central (Census) Division, Top 10,                         Period

                                                                            -4.10%                     Sales and Related
                     Sales and Related                                                                                                                           4.60%
                                                                            12.70%     Office and Administrative Support
      Office and Administrative Support                                                                                                                         21.50%
                                                                            22.60%           Computer and Mathematical
            Computer and Mathematical                                                                                                                           22.50%
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical                                      -6.00%                                                                               4.60%
                                                                                                            Management
                          Management                                         1.70%                                                                              21.80%
                                                                                     Transportation and Material Moving
     Transportation and Material Moving                                      6.90%                                                                              16.60%
Food Preparation and Serving Related                                                  Business and Financial Operations
                                                                            31.80%                                                                              26.10%
     Business and Financial Operations                                                     Food Preparation and Serving
                                                                            15.50%                                                                              43.40%
 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair                                                                        Production
                                                                             8.10%                                                                              19.20%
                            Production                                               Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
                                                                            13.10%                                                                              17.00%
                                          Job Postings, Last Four Months                                                     Job Postings, Last Four Months
                                                                                                                                                              Growth vs.
                                                                                                                                                              Prior Year
                                                                                             National, Top 10                                                 Period

 •       With regard to major occupational                                                        Sales and Related                                             1.30%

         groups, the demand profile for the KC                                          Computer and Mathematical                                             13.30%

         MSA, the West North Central Census                                       Office and Administrative Support                                             8.70%

         Division and Nationally are on the whole                                                      Management                                               7.20%

         similar                                                              Healthcare Practitioners and Technical                                          -13.90%
                                                                                 Business and Financial Operations                                            18.20%
                                                                              Food Preparation and Serving Related                                            33.60%
                                                                                 Transportation and Material Moving                                           11.00%
                                                                               Installation, Maintenance, and Repair
                                                                                                                                                              10.30%
                                                                                       Architecture and Engineering
                                                                                                                                                              11.00%
                                                                                                                        Job Postings, Last Four Months



      Sources: Job Postings, WANTED Technologies, 06/14/12
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Snapshot: Comparison of Top Hiring Employers (Direct)
                                                                        Growth vs.                                                                         Growth vs.
                                                                        Prior Year                                                                         Prior Year
                       Kansas City MSA, Top 10,                         Period        West North Central (Census) Division, Top 10,                        Period
                                                                                                  Unitedhealth Group
                                IBM                                          11.40%                                                                            44.40%
                                                                                                             Pizza Hut
                               HCA                                         1553.10%                                                                            75.60%
                                                                                      St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Ctr
      TRUMAN MEDICAL CENTERS                                                 73.30%                                                                               n/a
                                                                                                            JCPenney
                          Pizza Hut                                          74.60%                                                                         1907.50%
                                                                                                          Wells Fargo
                            Macy's                                            9.60%                                                                            30.10%
                                                                                                                    IBM
                             Sprint                                          34.00%                                                                            48.60%
                                                                                                                Target
           Dept. of Veterans Affairs                                       2093.80%                                                                          128.10%
                                                                                                            U.S. Bank
                    Black & Veatch                                           12.50%                                                                            28.30%
                                                                                            Catholic Health Initiatives
                         JCPenney                                          1366.70%                                                                            51.80%
                                                                                             Dept. of Veterans Affairs
                          U.S. Bank                                          87.70%                                       Job Postings, Last Four Months
                                                                                                                                                            1976.90%
                                       Job Postings, Last Four Months                                                                                      Growth vs.
                                                                                                                                                           Prior Year
                                                                                             National, Top 10                                              Period
                                                                                                                                                             106.80%
 •      The KC metro area and West North Central                                                        Pizza Hut
                                                                                                                                                             243.10%
        divisions’ top posting employers are                                                              Staples
                                                                                                                                                            1423.70%
        concentrated more in healthcare while nationally                                                JCPenney
                                                                                                                                                              -28.30%
        it’s in retail                                                                                      AT&T
                                                                                                                                                              -11.60%
                                                                                                           Macy's
                                                                                                                                                              46.30%
                                                                                                              IBM
                                                                                                                                                               -9.60%
                                                                                                           Lowe's
                                                                                                      McDonald's
                                                                                                                                                            4662.80%

                                                                                                   CVS Caremark
                                                                                                                                                            1667.20%

                                                                                              Unitedhealth Group
                                                                                                                                                              44.80%
                                                                                                                      Job Postings, Last Four Months


     Sources: Job Postings, WANTED Technologies, 06/14/12
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Contact Information and Monster Resources
 Bruce Stephen
 Director, RLI Research
 Phone: 978.461.8574 (O)
         978.429.6576 (M)
 Email: Bruce.stephen@monster.com




Monster Resources
http://hiring.monster.com/hr/hr-best-practices.aspx
Resource Center: Recruitment and staffing insights, labor trends, HR best practices and
more.




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