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Copy of MERIC Template

Overview of Missouri economic indicators, MERIC services and products, and specific workforce development tools practitioners could find useful
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Maurice Harris
& Megan Segura
Missouri Community
Education Consortium
We can help YOU to:
Understand Your Region
Know In-Demand Jobs/Skills
Learn More & Keep Up
Missouri's Economy
MERIC who?
Thank you and enjoy your day!
Call or email us anytime.
Other Regional Reports:
Pattern Analysis
Hot Spots
Migration Patterns
Demographic Summaries for WIAs and Cities
Industry Focus
Retail Trade Analysis
Regional Profiles include:
Population
Income
Local Area Unemployment Statistics
Top High-Growth Industries
Top Occupations
Consumer Price Index
Employer
Locator
Find Missouri employers by:
Industry
County
Size
ShortTerm & Long Term
in Excel
links to Missouri Education and Career Hotlink (MECH)
Search by: US, State, WIA, Metro Area
Real Time LMI Summary but for health
Quick Link from the MERIC Homepage
Economic Indicators
Cost of Living
County Average Wages
Economic Share
Exports and International
Gross Domestic Product
Local Employment Dynamics
Income and Wages
Inflation Rates
Population
Purchasing Manager's Index
Taxable Sales
Unemployment
Mass Layoffs
Local Area Unemployment Statistics
What if I have
questions?
Maurice Harris (573)522-4163
Jefferson, Franklin, St. Charles, St. Louis, St. Louis City counties
Mary Shillig (573)751-3332
Darla Horman (573)751-8634
Walter Telhorst (573)751-5470
Laura Lester (573)751-3616
Tecora Duckett (573)522-6261
Megan Segura (573)751-3591
Sue Sieg (573)751-3635
Northeast
Northwest
West Central
East Jackson County, Greater Kansas City
Southeast, South Central
Ozark, Southwest
Central
E-Learning Webinar Modules
Enables you to use our website and other tools effectively for workforce development purposes
Labor Market Information fundamentals
Skills Assessments & Career Pathway Planning
Using data for reemployment and economic recovery
Support Human Resource functions
research arm of Missouri Department of Economic Development
Industries
Workforce
Economic Conditions
Business Climate
LMI
+
EWR
Data collection and submission to US Dept. of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics
Collects industry and occupational wage data, unemployment data, and mass layoff information
Analyzes LMI data and converts into forms accessible to the public via our website
Produce employment projections, industry and occupational studies, target industry analysis, and occupational products
Analyzes economic indicators and provide business development projections
6.4%
7.8%
7.0%
7.3%
7.6%
7.9%
7.8%
6.2%
7.3%
7.8%
$28,661
$26,637
$38,015
$27,755
$27,589
$41,451
$29,799
$22,478
$27,084
$29,504
Average County Wage
US: 8.1%
NAics Title
Location
Quotient
Employment
ISP's, Search Portals, and Data Processing
2.06
10,354
Management of Companies & Enterprises
Electrical Equipment & Appliance Manufacturing
Electronic Markets & Agents & Brokers
Printing & Related Support Activities
Truck Transportation
Food Manufacturing
Hospitals
Machinery Manufacturing
Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
1.53
1.53
1.47
1.42
1.42
1.37
1.35
1.22
1.19
61,168
11,354
25,456
13,071
37,944
39,534
125,898
26,851
34,468
Industry
2020
Projected
Numeric
General Medical & Surgical Hospitals
12%
17,213
Employment Services
Building Equipment Contractors
Wholesale Electronic Mrkts/Agents/Brokers
Offices of Physicians
Individual & Family Services
Services to Builders & Dwellings
Nursing Care Facilities
Nonresidential Building Construction
Elementary & Secondary Schools
24%
33%
42%
20%
29%
23%
14%
46%
3%
11,417
10,197
9,930
7,814
7,458
7,373
6,177
6,021
5,086
2010
Estimated
Percent
Employment
Change 2010-2020
139,391
47,488
30,903
23,665
39,742
26,023
32,733
45,071
13,074
164,025
156,604
58,905
41,100
33,595
47,556
33,481
40,106
51,248
19,095
169,111
3.6%
0.1%
4.7%
0.8%
4.3%
2.1%
3.5%
7.9%
0.5%
1.2%
Population Growth 2009-2014
Cashiers
Retail Salespersons
Food Preparation & Serving Workers
Waiters & Waitresses
Registered Nurses
Office Clerks, General
Customer Service Representatives
Laborers, Freight, Stock & Material Movers
Heavy & Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers
Wholesale & Manufacturing Sales Reps
Carpenters
Accountants & Auditors
Occupation
Growth
Turnover
Openings from
Total
Openings
2,545
7,817
5,799
873
12,187
6,656
5,330
3,955
5,093
4,915
5,864
4,181
33,312
23,383
21,382
24,930
12,281
12,512
13,742
11,552
8,361
7,396
4,825
6,417
35,857
31,200
27,181
25,803
24,468
19,168
19,072
15,507
13,454
12,311
10,689
10,598
February Unemployment Rate
5 Core Objectives
Core
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Objectives
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Workforce Information Database
Employment Projections
Economic Analysis & Special Studies
Web Accessible Information
WIB Partnership & Consult Key Stakeholders
LMI
EWR
Statewide: 3.1%
Statewide: 7.4%
Statewide: $41,730
Employment Concentration
High Growth Industries
Top Occupations by Openings 2010-2020
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