3 In-Demand Occupations JobsOhio Network - Nelsonville Region (Southeast Ohio)Industry Employment Projection Report:EmploymentProjected ChangeNAICS20102020in EmploymentCODEDescriptionAnnualProjectedPercentTOTAL334,400359,40025,0007.5%Mining4,6004,7001002.2%211Oil & gas extraction50070020040.0%213Support activities for mining1,4001,60014.3%Construction236Construction of buildings3,2003,60040012.5%Manufacturing311Food manufacturing6,3006,5003.2%321Wood product manufacturing3,3003,80015.2%327Nonmetallic mineral product mfg.2,3002,4004.3%332Fabricated metal product mfg.4,1004,5009.8%336Transportation equipment mfg.3,4003.0%337Furniture & related product mfg.2,5004.2%Service-Providing252,300275,30023,0009.1%Trade and Transportation and Utilities61,30064,8003,5005.7%423Merchant wholesalers, durable goods2.9%424Merchant wholesalers, nondurable goods3,1003009.7%Retail Trade41,40043,9006.0%441Motor vehicle and parts dealers5,3005,90060011.3%444Building material & garden supply stores4,80017.1%448Clothing and clothing accessories stores1,7006.3%451Sporting goods, hobby, book, and music stores1,5007.1%452General merchandise stores10,50011,5001,0009.5%454Nonstore retailers800Transportation and Warehousing9,00010,00011.1%484Truck transportation4,200493Warehousing and storage1,8002,10016.7%
4 In-Demand Occupations Financial Activities10,20010,8006005.9%524Insurance carriers and related activities2,1002,3002009.5%531Real estate1,4001,5001007.1%532Rental and leasing services1,2001,3008.3%Professional and Technical Services5,2006,00080015.4%5413Architectural, engineering, and related services16.7%5419Other professional and technical services9001,10022.2%Administrative Waste Services9,40010,60012.8%561Administrative and support services7,9009,00013.9%5613Employment services3,3004,10024.2%5617Services to buildings and dwellings1,9002,20030015.8%562Waste management and remediation service1,6006.7%Education and Health Services89,300103,70014,40016.1%Educational Services35,70037,0003.6%Health Care and Social Assistance53,50066,70013,20024.7%621Ambulatory health care services17,60023,9006,30035.8%622Hospitals16,50018,9002,40014.5%623Nursing and residential care facilities14,00016,30016.4%624Social assistance5,4007,60040.7%Leisure and Hospitality29,10031,4007.9%Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation1,8005.6%713Amusement, gambling, and recreationAccommodation and Food Services27,30029,5008.1%721Accommodation2,600722Food services and drinking places25,00027,0002,0008.0%812Personal and laundry services2,7002,9007.4%813Membership associations and organizations6,4006,9005007.8%Source: Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Bureau of Labor Market Information.
5 QCEW Employment 2011Q1 compared to 2014Q1: In-Demand OccupationsQCEW Employment 2011Q1 compared to 2014Q1:Core shale-related industry employment (such as pipeline construction and well drilling) was up 5,510 (88 percent).Ancillary shale-related industry employment (such as freight trucking and environmental consulting) increased 8,651 (5.6 percent).All industry employment was up 201,937 (4.2 percent).
6 Alignment In-Demand Occupations Around what? One answer for workforce, education and economic development is In-demand Occupations.What are the pressing workforce needs?OhioMeansJobs Centers commit to 85% of training focused on in-demand jobs.
7 Occupational Concepts In-Demand OccupationsOccupational ConceptsThe goal is to account for:GrowthReplacementChurn
9 Summary In-Demand Occupations The in-demand occupations list includes 196 unique occupations drawn from the four levels of our methodology. These 196 occupations comprise over 17,000 related job titles. 162 of the 196 (82.65%) of these in-demand occupations have been forecast by the Ohio businesses which had completed the jobs forecast survey as of 11/1/2014.
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