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1 State of Hawaii Department of Labor & Industrial Relations Research & Statistics Office Melonie Ogata

2 What is LMI Data and Analyses that describes economic and regional local labor market conditions in a certain area

3 Labor Market Information Section I.Labor Force Research Unit Employment Unemployment Job count by Industry Hours & Earnings

4 Labor Market Information Section (continued) II. Labor Market Research Unit Prepares analyses on the economy & local job market Conducts the Occupational Employment Statistics survey Develops industry & occupational projections

5 Labor Market Information III. Career Kokua Careers – Career Information Delivery System Education Training

6 Unemployment Rates Civilian Labor Force Number of Employed Number of Unemployed Labor Force Statistics

7 AUG 2014JUL 2014AUG 2013 Seasonally Adjusted STATE U.S Not Seasonally Adjusted STATE HONOLULU HAWAII COUNTY KAUAI MAUI COUNTY Maui Island Molokai Lanai U.S Unemployment Statistics – August 2014

8 RankStateRate 1NORTH DAKOTA2.8 2NEBRASKA3.6 2SOUTH DAKOTA3.6 2UTAH3.6 5 VERMONT4.1 6HAWAII4.3 6MINNESOTA4.3 8NEW HAMPSHIRE4.4 9IOWA4.5 10WYOMING4.6 11IDAHO4.7 11MONTANA4.7 11OKLAHOMA4.7 14KANSAS4.9 15COLORADO5.1 16TEXAS5.3 Ranking of Unemployment Rates by States

9 Unemployment Rates – Hawaii & the U.S.

10 Quarterly Census of Wages and Employment Formerly known as ES-202 Program Provides employment and wages of establishments reporting to UI programs Covers approximately 97% of wage and salary civilian employment

11 4 TH Quarter 2013 Distribution of Statewide Average Employment

12 Current Employment Statistics (CES) Produces monthly industry employment and hours and earnings data Data based on monthly survey of business establishments Benchmarked annually

13 Nonagricultural Wage & Salary Jobcount, , State of Hawaii (CES Data)

14 Difference in Nonagricultural Wage & Salary Jobcount, 2007 to 2013, State of Hawaii

15 Occupational Employment Statistics Employment and wage data for approximately 800 occupations SOC codes Provides mean wages and median wages

16 Occupational Employment Statistics

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18 Industry and Employment Projections Both long-term and short-term industry and occupational projections generated QCEW data used to compile historical data OES statistics provide staffing patterns

19 Industry Employment Projections,

20 Employment Distribution by Major Industry Sector, 2012 Goods-Producing Services-Providing Self Emp & Unpaid Workers

21 Numerical ChangePercentage Increase Industry Growth, State

22 $29,780 $26,180 $49,0200 Postsecondary Non-degree Award < High School $31,740 $97,630

23 $65,200 $49,020 $51,060 < High School Bachelor’s Degree $74,830 $57,260 Bachelor’s Degree $33,140 $47,150

24 Industry Employment and Growth, , State of Hawaii Short-Term Projections,

25 Occupational Employment and Growth, , State of Hawaii Short-Term Projections,

26 HIWI Website


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