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1 Dr. Christina Whitfield Alicia Crouch Education Supply and Employer Demand: Meeting the Needs of Manufacturers EMSI Annual Conference Coeur d’Alene, Idaho October 15, 2013

2 Fall 2012: 96,914 students 9,917 dual credit/high school students 56,640 students enrolled in distance education courses 60% part-time, 40% full-time 56% female, 44% male 14.6% minority students 27.5 average age 42% enrolled in technical programs, 27% liberal arts 28,469 credentials awarded, ,929 students served via workforce training,

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4 Brooking’s Institution “Metropolitan Business Plan” 27 county region Initiative led by mayors of Louisville and Lexington Public and private sector partners: – University of Kentucky, University of Louisville – Chambers of Commerce – Urban League – General Electric – Toyota – Ford – Lexmark

5 Focus on advanced manufacturing Perception educational supply inadequate to meet employer demand KCTCS short-term training emphasized as potential solution

6 Population (2013)1,967.1K Jobs (2013)907.8K Average Earnings (2013)$54.6K Unemployed (5/2013)73.3K Completions (2010)32.2K GRP (2012)$84.7B Exports (2012)$120.1B Imports (2012)$100.3B BEAM Economy Overview Source: EMSI

7 BEAM Drives State Economy Population: 44% Jobs: 51% Manufacturing Jobs: 47% Average Earnings: $54,777 (108% state average) Average Earnings, Manufacturing: $75,523 (112% state average) Source: EMSI

8 Manufacturing Drives BEAM Growing Occupations: – Team Assemblers – Material Movers Growing Industries: – Truck and Utility Vehicle Manufacturing Top Regional Businesses: – UPS – Toyota Source: EMSI

9 Defining Advanced Manufacturing Transportation Equipment – 31,770 jobs – National Location Quotient = Computer and Electronic Product – 9,121 jobs. Chemical – 5,333 jobs. Machinery – 4,580 jobs. Other – 5,651 jobs. Source: EMSI

10 Top Occupations Within Advanced Manufacturing Source: EMSI

11 Top Occupations Requiring Less Than a Bachelor’s Degree Source: EMSI

12 Top Occupations Requiring Postsecondary (Less than Baccalaureate) Source: EMSI

13 Top Occupations – Postsecondary (Less than Baccalaureate) Source: KCTCS, KY OET (UI Wage Match) CollegeCIP CodeCIP_TITLE Total Credentials Awarded Total Graduates Non- Returning Graduates % Employed Median Quarterly Wage Wage Index BLUEGRASS CTC Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology , Machine Shop Technology/Assistant Welding Technology/Welder , ELIZABETHTOWN CTC Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology , Machine Shop Technology/Assistant Welding Technology/Welder , JEFFERSON CTC Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology , Machine Shop Technology/Assistant Welding Technology/Welder ,

14 Top Occupations – Projections Postsecondary (Less than Baccalaureate) Industry projections indicate continued growth in these occupations through The current industry age distribution indicates there will be an increase in openings due to retirement. Source: EMSI

15 Advanced Manufacturing Pipeline

16 Mass Layoff Notices Source: KY OET

17 Stationery Product Manufacturing Source: EMSI

18 Stationery Product Manufacturing Staffing Patterns Source: EMSI

19 Compatible Occupations Source: EMSI

20 Occupation Comparison Wages Source: EMSI

21 Occupation Comparison Education Source: EMSI

22 Skills Gap


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