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Connecting Youth Programs with Labor Market Information

Youth Academy 2011
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Kristina Krise

on 12 April 2011

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Transcript of Connecting Youth Programs with Labor Market Information

Connecting Labor Market Information To Your Programs Cashier Pharmacist Labor Market Information
exchange of labor
workers
jobs
projections
economic analysis of a geographical area
What does this 1.7 million fewer youth in the current
labor market- indicating many
youth are discouraged and not connected to
the labor market (ILO, 2011) The United States is moving from
goods producing industries to service
producing industries (BLS, 2010) 4 job seekers per job opening
(NYSDOL, Dec. 2010) Teen (ages16-19) employment rate
Year 2000-45%
Year 2011-25.7%
(Andrew Sum, 2011) mean for Wth and
youth program providers? Career Occupation JOB How to Use LMI Short-term jobs
Long-term jobs
Occupational Skills Training
targeted Interventions
(World Bank Employment
Policy Primer, 2010) Employment constraints
Job Relevant skills contraints
Lack of labor demand
Job search constraints
Firm start-up constraints
social constraints
(World Bank Employment
Policy Primer, 2010) Where to find LMI? The more you LEARN, the more you EARN Not enough new workers
for retiring baby boomers
especially in
Healthcare
STEM
Teeaching Contact:
Career Development and Youth Initiatives office
Email: youthoffice@labor.ny.gov
Phone: 1-877-226-5724 *Indicates occupations where the statewide
growth rate is greater than the nation *Indicates occupations where the statewide growth rate is greater than the nation Indicates occupations where the statewide growth rate is greather than the nation mean for your program?
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