Critical Occupations for Targeted Industries by yaoyufang

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									Strategies for Identifying
Critical Occupations for
  Targeted Industries

Issues and Opportunities
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                         Goals
• To support targeted industries, education must
  be able to cross from an industry classification to
  occupational classifications and finally to
  programs of instructional training.

   – Identification of critical industries
   – strategies for identifying critical occupations for
     targeted industries
   – underlying conceptual difficulties
   – implications for educational investments.


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   Basis for Selecting Targeted Industries

• Driver Industries
  – Based on concentration in state, output or
    value added in production, and productivity
• Identified other industries based on their
  growth potential
• Capitalize on key Ohio industrial and
  research strengths
• Strategic initiative to grow Ohio economy
  as a whole, not just driver industries
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NAICS Industries within Targeted Industries

• Advanced Energy and Environmental Technologies
  – NAICS: 221 Utilities
           333 Machinery Manufacturing
           562 Waste and Remediation Services

• The Aerospace and Aviation Industry
  – NAICS: 333 Machinery Manufacturing
                  336 Transportation Equipment Manufacturing

• Agriculture and Food Processing Industry
  – NAICS: 111 Crop Production
           112 Animal Production
                  113 Forestry and Logging
                  311 Food Processing
                                             Source: Ohio Department of Development

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NAICS Industries within Targeted Industries

• Bioscience and Bioproducts Industry
   – NAICS: 325 Chemical and Drug Manufacturing
            334 Computer and Electronic Manufacturing
            335 Electrical Equipment, Appliance and
                Component Manufacturing
            622 Hospitals


• Corporate and Professional Services Industry
   – NAICS: 518 Data Processing Services
            522 Banking and Credit Services
            524 Insurance Carriers
            551 Management of Companies
                                              Source: Ohio Department of Development

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NAICS Industries within Targeted Industries

• Distribution and Logistics Industry
   – NAICS: 420 Merchant Wholesalers
            480 Transportation Services
            493 Warehousing and Storage


• Instruments, Controls and Electronics Industry
   – NAICS: 334 Computer and Electronic Manufacturing
            335 Electrical Equipment, Appliance and Component
                Manufacturing
            541 Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

                                               Source: Ohio Department of Development

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NAICS Industries within Targeted Industries

• Polymers and Advanced Materials Industry
   – NAICS: 325 Chemical Manufacturing
            326 Plastics Manufacturing
            327 Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing
            331 Primary Metal Manufacturing



• Motor Vehicle and Parts Manufacturing Industry
   – NAICS: 336 Transportation Equipment Manufacturing




                                               Source: Ohio Department of Development

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Targeted Industries and Total Employment




                  Source: Calculated from Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages survey data.



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         Industry Staffing Patterns

• Each NAICS industry has a staffing
  pattern associated with it
  – Common occupations within the industry as a
    proportion of the total industry workforce




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 Factors Affecting Workforce Development

• Usual training and education requirements
  for an occupation
  – Appropriate labor market
  – Ability of education institutions to provide
    workers
• Overall demand for an occupation, not just
  demand in targeted industries
  – Occupational concentration in targeted
    industries

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      Employment Concentration
Electrical Power-Line Installers & Repairers




                Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages and Occupational Employment surveys.



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Employment Concentration
   Tool and Die Makers




       Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages and Occupational Employment surveys.


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Employment Concentration
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of
 Production & Operating Workers




           Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages and Occupational Employment surveys.


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Employment Concentration
    Mechanical Engineers




        Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages and Occupational Employment surveys.


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 Result: Critical Occupations by
   Training/Education Level

• High employment prospect occupations:
  – average wage above the state median of
    $14.85 per hour in 2007
  – are expected to have more than 225 annual
    openings statewide from 2006 to 2016.




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