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Title: Workforce Development Board of Okaloosa and Walton Counties All About Jobs


1
Workforce Development Board of Okaloosa and
Walton Counties All About Jobs
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics October 2013
2
Labor Market Information (LMI) Mission
  • To Produce, Analyze, and Deliver Labor Statistics
    to Improve Economic Decision-Making
  • Employment data are the states most important
    economic indicator

3
LMI Statistics Produced/Delivered
  • Labor Force
  • Total Employment
  • Employment by Industry and Occupation
  • Employment Projections by Industry and Occupation
    (Demand)
  • Unemployment / Unemployment Rates
  • Wage by Industry and Occupation
  • Census

4
LMI Facts
  • Data collected under Federal / State Cooperative
    Statistical Programs
  • Data comparable nationwide for all counties and
    metro areas in the nation
  • Data meet stringent probability sampling design
    statistical methods with required response rates
    of 75 percent
  • Monthly data released 3 weeks after the reference
    month

5
How is LMI Collected?
  • Sample-Designed Statistical Surveys from
    employers
  • Econometric Modeling developed by U.S. Bureau of
    Labor Statistics
  • Administrative Records from Reemployment
    Assistance

Thanks to employers . Without them we would not
be able to provide data
6
Who are the customers of Labor Market Statistics?
  • Workforce / Economic Development Decision-Makers
  • Employers / Job Seekers
  • Education / Welfare Planners
  • Career Counselors / Teachers / Students
  • Economists / Policy Makers
  • Elected Officials
  • Media

7
Labor Market Statistics Center Programs
  • There are three main activities data production,
    data analysis, data delivery
  • Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
    (QCEW)--Produces employment and wages by industry
    based on all employers covered by Unemployment
    Insurance
  • Current Employment Statistics (CES)--Produces
    employment, hours, and earnings by industry based
    on a sample of employers
  • Occupational Employment Statistics
    (OES)--Produces employment and wages by
    occupation based on a sample of employers
  • Employment Projections--Produces projections of
    employment by industry and occupation based on a
    survey of employers and statistical models
  • Local Area Unemployment Statistics
    (LAUS)--Produces labor force, employment,
    unemployment, and unemployment rates based on a
    survey of households and a statistical model
  • Mass Layoff Statistics (MLS)--Produces mass
    layoff statistics by industry based on
    Unemployment Insurance claims and employer
    contacts
  • Workforce Information--Provides statistical
    services such as publications, websites,
    training, GIS mapping, economic impact analysis,
    and customized reports by request

8
Labor Force Conditions August 2013, Not
Seasonally Adjusted
  • The unemployment rate in Okaloosa County at 4.7
    percent is lower than the state and nation
  • The current Okaloosa County rate has declined by
    4.1 percentage points from the recent peak of 8.8
    in January 2010
  • The unemployment rate in Walton County at 4.1
    percent trailed only Monroe County (4.0 percent)
    for the lowest rate in the state
  • The current Walton County rate has declined by
    5.5 percentage points from the recent peak of 9.6
    in January 2010

Source U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of
Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment
Statistics Program in cooperation with the
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics, released
September 20, 2013.
9
Okaloosa / Walton Counties and Florida
Unemployment Rates January 1990 August 2013,
Not Seasonally Adjusted
Source U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor
Statistics, Local Area Unemployment Statistics
Program in cooperation with the Florida
Department of Economic Opportunity, Bureau of
Labor Market Statistics, released September 20,
2013.
10
Unemployment Rates, Florida and the United
States January 1974 August 2013, Seasonally
Adjusted
Source U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of
Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment
Statistics Program in cooperation with the
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics, released
September 20, 2013.
11
Florida Unemployment Rates by County August 2013,
Not Seasonally Adjusted
Source U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of
Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment
Statistics Program in cooperation with the
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics, released
September 20, 2013.
12
Unemployment Rates in the Ten Most Populous
States Ranked by Unemployment Rate, Seasonally
Adjusted
Source U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of
Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment
Statistics Program in cooperation with the
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics, released
September 20, 2013.
13
Nonagricultural Employment Not Seasonally Adjusted
  • The Crestview-Ft. Walton Beach-Destin MSA gained
    jobs over the year at a faster rate than the
    state and nation
  • During the most recent recession, the
    Crestview-Ft. Walton Beach-Destin MSAs job
    growth rate declined to -4.5 percent in December
    2007 and has since improved to 3.1 percent in
    August 2013

Source U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of
Labor Statistics, Current Employment Statistics
Program, released September 20, 2013. Prepared
by Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics.
14
Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Gained the
Most Jobs Over the Year August 2012 August 2013
(Not Seasonally Adjusted) Crestview-Ft. Walton
Beach-Destin MSA
Source U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor
Statistics, Current Employment Statistics
Program, released September 20, 2013. Prepared
by Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics.
15
Nonagricultural Employment by Industry August
2013 (Not Seasonally Adjusted)
Crestview-Ft. Walton Beach-Destin Beach MSA
Florida
Note Percents may not add to 100.0 due to
rounding. Source U.S. Department of Labor,
Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Employment
Statistics Program, released September 20,
2013. Prepared by Florida Department of
Economic Opportunity, Bureau of Labor Market
Statistics.
16
Employment by Industry August 2013 (Not
Seasonally Adjusted)
Source U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor
Statistics, Current Employment Statistics
Program, released September 20, 2013. Prepared
by Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics.
17
Employment in the Ten Most Populous States Ranked
by Over-the-Year Level Change, Seasonally Adjusted
Source U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of
Labor Statistics, Current Employment Statistics
Program, released September 20, 2013. Prepared
by Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics.
18
Crestview-Ft. Walton Beach-Destin MSA
Nonagricultural Employment January 1990 August
2013, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Source U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of
Labor Statistics, Current Employment Statistics
Program, released September 20, 2013. Prepared
by Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics.
19
Nonagricultural Employment Change Over the Year
by Metro Area Not Seasonally Adjusted, August
2013
Source U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of
Labor Statistics, Current Employment Statistics
Program, released September 20, 2013. Prepared
by Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics.
20
Average Annual Wages by Industry Okaloosa /
Walton Counties and Florida, 2012
Source Florida Department of Economic
Opportunity, Bureau of Labor Market Statistics,
Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages Program.
Released June 2013.
21
Florida Average Annual Wages Range from 47,779
to 27,700
Source Florida Department of Economic
Opportunity, Bureau of Labor Market Statistics,
Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages Program,
in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics, 2012 Wage
Data, released June 2013.
22
Florida Average Annual Wages Range from 47,779
to 27,700
Source Florida Department of Economic
Opportunity, Bureau of Labor Market Statistics,
Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages Program,
in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics, 2012 Wage
Data, released June 2013.
23
Florida Average Annual Wages Range from 47,779
to 27,700
Source Florida Department of Economic
Opportunity, Bureau of Labor Market Statistics,
Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages Program,
in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics, 2012 Wage
Data, released June 2013.
24
Florida Average Annual Wages Range from 47,779
to 27,700
Source Florida Department of Economic
Opportunity, Bureau of Labor Market Statistics,
Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages Program,
in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics, 2012 Wage
Data, released June 2013.
25
Real-Time LMI Help-Wanted OnLine Occupations In
Demand
Source The Conference Board, Help Wanted
OnLine. Prepared by The Florida Department of
Economic Opportunity, Bureau of Labor Market
Statistics.
26
Real-Time LMI Help-Wanted OnLine Direct Employers
With the Most Online Ads, September 2013 Okaloosa
and Walton Counties
Source The Conference Board, Help Wanted
OnLine. Prepared by The Florida Department of
Economic Opportunity, Bureau of Labor Market
Statistics.
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Fastest Growing Industries Workforce Region 2
(Okaloosa and Walton counties) Forecast to 2020
Includes industries with a minimum of 210 jobs
in 2012. Note Because most industries
experienced job declines in the economic downturn
that began in 2007, some of the job growth
projected in this forecast includes the
recapturing of jobs lost since that time. Source
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics. Released
January 2013.
28
Industries Gaining the Most New Jobs Workforce
Region 2 (Okaloosa and Walton counties) Forecast
to 2020
Note Because most industries experienced job
declines in the economic downturn that began in
2007, some of the job growth projected in this
forecast includes the recapturing of jobs lost
since that time. Source Florida Department of
Economic Opportunity, Bureau of Labor Market
Statistics. Released January 2013.
29
Fastest-Growing Occupations Workforce Region 2
(Okaloosa and Walton counties) Forecast to 2020
Includes occupations with a minimum employment
of 50 jobs in 2012. PSAV Postsecondary Adult
Vocational Certificate, CC Cert. Community
College Certificate Note Because most
industries experienced job declines in the
economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the
job growth projected in this forecast includes
the recapturing of jobs lost since that
time. Source Florida Department of Economic
Opportunity, Bureau of Labor Market Statistics.
Released January 2013.
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Occupations Gaining the Most New Jobs Workforce
Region 2 (Okaloosa and Walton counties) Forecast
to 2020
H.S. High School, PSAV Postsecondary Adult
Vocational Certificate, CC Cert. Community
College Certificate Note Because most
industries experienced job declines in the
economic downturn that began in 2007, some of the
job growth projected in this forecast includes
the recapturing of jobs lost since that
time. Source Florida Department of Economic
Opportunity, Bureau of Labor Market Statistics.
Released January 2013.
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Florida LMI Products and Services That Support
Economic Development
  • Labor supply studies for business recruitment
  • Helps with business decisions related to having
    available workers to hire
  • Expanded occupational supply/demand system
  • Provides potential indicators of labor supply
    compared to either long-term or short-term
    indicators of labor demand
  • Labor cost analysis for business site selection
  • Provides competitive/prevailing wage data by
    local area

32
Florida LMI Products and Services That Support
Economic Development
  • Skills-matching analysis for reemployment
  • Uses skills-matching information to determine new
    opportunities for employment
  • Economic impact analysis for job creation /
    return on investment
  • Determines the impact using multiplier theory of
    new jobs in an area
  • GIS maps for business recruitment / economic
    development
  • Shows addresses of job seekers searching for the
    occupations demanded by the employer

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Florida LMI Products and Services That Support
Economic Development
  • Vacancy / hiring needs surveys for reemployment
  • Surveys employers about their unmet hiring needs
    by occupation
  • Targeted occupations for reemployment
  • Determines high demand/high wage occupations to
    meet employer needs
  • Targeted industry profiles for job creation
  • Provides industry and occupational
    characteristics of targeted sectors

34
Florida LMI Products and Services That Support
Economic Development
  • Employer listings for business recruitment
  • Provides employer names by industry or area based
    on contractual agreements
  • Competitive analysis for prison industry staffing
  • Determines if the use of prison workers will
    negatively impact competing employers
  • Competitive analysis for federal rural business
    loans
  • Determines if providing loans may negatively
    impact competing employers

35
Florida LMI Products and Services That Support
Economic Development
  • Targeted Employment Areas (TEAs) for foreign
    investor program
  • Calculates unemployment rates by census tract to
    help determine eligibility
  • Census commuting patterns for job creation
  • Maps where workers live and work between counties

36
Detail on Labor Supply Studies for Business
Recruitment
  • Labor supply for business recruitment and job
    creation
  • Use ONet for related occupations
  • Collect
  • Those currently working
  • Those seeking work
  • Those recently trained

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Detail on Floridas Occupational S/D System
  • Florida applied for and won a competitive grant
    from the U.S. Department of Labor Workforce Data
    Quality Initiative for 1 million (2010-2013)
  • The grant is funding the new Occupational
    Supply/Demand System (S/D) which will be the most
    comprehensive and timely system available in the
    nation
  • The S/D system is designed to improve education
    and training alignment to better meet the hiring
    needs of business
  • The S/D system is designed for business,
    workforce, education, economic development, job
    seekers, and students
  • The data are by statewide and region and will be
    web based

38
Floridas Supply/Demand System
  • The indicators of Potential Labor Supply by
    occupation are
  • Workforce, public and private postsecondary
    education (enrollees and completers by
    occupation)
  • Job seekers registered at career one-stop centers
  • The indicators for Labor Demand are
  • The Conference Boards Help Wanted OnLine (HWOL)
    data series of monthly job ad openings by
    occupation (for short-term analysis)
  • DEO LMS average annual projected openings by
    occupation (for long-term analysis)
  • Other Information
  • Current employment, wages, and education required
    by occupation

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How will the data be used to help Florida and
the economy?
  • Workforce and education will use the data to
    create better alignment of education and training
    offerings in meeting occupational demands of
    business
  • Economic developers will have the most
    comprehensive and timely occupational S/D data
    readily available to support business recruitment
    in their analysis of available labor supply
  • Students will benefit from having real time
    information on jobs in demand now and in the
    future jobseekers can use the information for
    re-employment purposes

40
Computer Systems Analysts Labor Supply / Demand
Indicators by Occupation
Example of data.
SUPPLY DEMAND Occupation Details
WIA Training Enrollees 45 Job Ads For Short Term Analysis Help Wanted OnLine 2,997 Current Employment 23,263
School District Enrollees 108 Short term (ST)demand gt supply Projected Employment (2020) 26,774
College System Enrollees 6,781 Projected Annual Avg. Openings 953
WIA Training Completers 46 Entry, Medium, Exp. Wage 23.00 34.00 40.00
School District Completers 9 Targeted Occupation? YES
College System Completers 452 Commission for Independent ED 243 Targeted Industry Cluster? YES
Public University Graduates 1,583
Jobseekers - 280 (ST only) ST TOTAL SUPPLY 2,567
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LMI Services
  • Localized labor market overviews / presentations
    for job creation and reemployment
  • One-Stop Career Center LMI training for
    reemployment
  • Training for career counselors and teachers for
    career planning and reemployment
  • Monthly employment press releases for media
    relations
  • Census statistics including occupational
    commuting patterns for job creation
  • Real-time LMI -- Help Wanted OnLine (HWOL) for
    jobs in demand
  • TORQ (Transferable Occupation Relationship
    Quotient) for skills matching and skills gap
    analysis

42
LMI Electronic Tools
  • LMS Website http//www.floridajobs.org
  • FREIDA (Florida Research and Economic Information
    Database Application) http//www.freida.labormarke
    tinfo.com/
  • Floridawages.com http//www.floridawages.com
  • WPAA (What People are Asking) http//www.whatpeop
    leareasking.com

43
LMI Electronic Tools
  • LED (Local Employment Dynamics) http//www.labordy
    namics.com
  • ONet (Skills Analysis/Related Occupations) http/
    /www.online.onetcenter.org
  • TORQ (Transferable Occupation Relationship
    Quotient) http//www.torqlab.com
  • HWOL (Help Wanted OnLine) Data Series
    http//www.wantedanalytics.com

44
Publications / Posters For Career Development /
Job Search / Business Recruitment/Job
Creation/Reemployment
  • Product Guide
  • Wage Tables (online only)
  • Employment Forecasts (online only)
  • Labor Market Trends (online only)
  • Occupational Highlights
  • Occupational Profiles
  • Career Posters
  • Wage Conversion Posters
  • Jobs Online Posters
  • Career Comic Books / Posters




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Note Data are displayed by Census 2010 block
groups from block level data. Source U.S.
Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Local
Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD), 2010 Origin
Destination Data All Jobs. Prepared by
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics, October 2012.
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Note Data are displayed by Census 2010 block
groups from block level data. Source U.S.
Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Local
Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD), 2010 Origin
Destination Data All Jobs. Prepared by
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics, October 2012.
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Density of Job Seekers in Workforce Region 2
Note Density calculations create a realistic
interpretation of values displaying the predicted
distribution of the data over a continuous
surface. Job seekers include individuals
registered in Employ Florida Marketplace (EFM)
between 09/01/2012 and 02/28/2013. Prepared by
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity,
Bureau of Labor Market Statistics, March 2013.
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Potential Employees in Aircraft Manufacturing
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Location of Firms in Aviation and Aerospace
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Education and Training pay 2012 Annual Average
Unemployment Rate (Percent)
Median Earnings (Dollars)
Doctoral degree
Professional degree
Masters degree
Bachelors degree
Associate degree
Some college, no degree
High-school graduate
Some high-school, no diploma
Notes Unemployment and earnings for workers 25
and older earnings for full-time wage and salary
workers. 2012 Weekly Median Earnings (multiplied
by 52 weeks). Source Bureau of Labor
Statistics, Current Population Survey, January
2013.
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Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Bureau
of Labor Market Statistics Caldwell Building MSC
G-020 107 E. Madison Street Tallahassee, Florida
32399-4111 Phone (850) 245-7257 Rebecca
Rust rebecca.rust_at_deo.myflorida.com http//www.f
loridajobs.org http//www.freida.labormarketinfo.c
om http//www.floridawages.com http//www.whatpeop
leareasking.com
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