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Analyst Resource Center
Transforming Information for the
Future
Innovative Solutions
October 29, 2008
Who are the customers of Labor
Market Statistics?
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Workforce/ Economic Development
Decision-Makers
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Employers/ Job Seekers
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Education/ Welfare Planners
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Career Counselors/ Teachers
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Economists/ Policy Makers
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Elected Officials
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Media
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Providing LMI Data …
 Florida’s Labor Market Information
Website – http://www.labormarketinfo.com
 Primary web based delivery of labor
market information
 Designed to
 View current and some historical data
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Providing LMI Data …
 FRED – Florida Research and Economic
Database
http://fred.labormarketinfo.com
 Internet-based labor market and economic data
base for analysts, businesses, and jobseekers
 Designed to
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View current and historical data
 Ability to
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Create, view, export, and print your own tables
and profiles by area, industry, or occupation
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Customize your own regions, graphs, maps
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Custom Applications …
Internet based FAQs –
http://www.whatpeopleareasking.com
 Job Seekers
 Businesses / Employers
 What are the hot jobs?
 What do hot jobs pay?
 What kind of skills, knowledge, and
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experience do I need for the hot jobs?
Who trains for the hot jobs?
What companies employ the hot jobs?
What kind of skills, knowledge, and
experience do I need for jobs?
What jobs use my skills?
Where can I find a job?
What jobs are available now?
Where can I find training assistance?
 What is the size of the labor force in my
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area?
What types of industries are in my area?
What types of companies are expected
to grow in my area?
What are the hot jobs in my area?
What do jobs pay in my area?
What kind of skills, knowledge, and
experience do jobs require?
How many job seekers are available by
occupation?
Where do I go to hire available workers?
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What’s Hot …
 GIS Maps
 As a service, provide labor market
information as GIS Maps
 Provide labor market information via
static maps
 In (pdf) format
 In the coming year increase use of data
driven and interactive maps to house
commonly requested data
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Live and Work in the Region
Workforce Region 16
Note: Data are displayed by Census 2000 block groups from block level data.
Source: US Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Local Employment Dynamics (LED), 2004 Origin-Destination Matrix
Prepared by: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, October 2008
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Commuting to the Region
Workforce Region 16
Note: Data are displayed by Census 2000 block groups from block level data.
Source: US Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Local Employment Dynamics (LED), 2004 Origin-Destination Matrix
Prepared by: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, October 2008
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Note: Density calculations create a realistic interpretation of values by displaying the predicted distribution of data over a continuous surface.
Source: InfoUSA Inc, Employer Database, 2009-1st Edition
Prepared by: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, October 2008
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What’s Hot …
 LMI Dashboards
 Use of data visualization to represent
LMI data
 More charts and graphs
 Provide a single interface that shows
current labor market activity in state or
selected region
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Florida Unemployment Rates
Not Seasonally Adjusted, September 2008
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program in
cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, released October 17, 2008
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Unemployment Rates
Not Seasonally Adjusted
 Unemployment rates have been increasing since mid-2006
10.8
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percent
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Workforce Region 16
Tam pa-St. Petersburg-Clearw ater MSA
Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Local Area Unemployment Statistics
Program in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, released October 17, 2008
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LMI Dashboards
http://jobvacantest.labormarketinfo.com/chart2.html
http://jobvacantest.labormarketinfo.com/lms_ces.asp
http://jobvacantest.labormarketinfo.com/lms_ces_bar.asp
http://jobvacantest.labormarketinfo.com/fl_unemp.asp?areatype=04
http://jobvacantest.labormarketinfo.com/lms_laus_line.asp?wy=1990
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Florida
Agency for Workforce Innovation
Labor Market Statistics Center
Caldwell Building
MSC G-020
107 E. Madison Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-4111
Phone (850) 245-7214
Christopher Knight
[email protected]
www.labormarketinfo.com
fred.labormarketinfo.com
www.whatpeopleareasking.com
www.labordynamics.com
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