Presentation on theme: "ARC Seminar 2008: Transforming Information for the Future St. Louis, Missouri October 28-30, 2008 The OSDS (www.occsupplydemand.org) combines national."— Presentation transcript:
ARC Seminar 2008: Transforming Information for the Future St. Louis, Missouri October 28-30, 2008 The OSDS (www.occsupplydemand.org) combines national and state-level occupational characteristics, projections, wage trends, licensing data, and industry employment (demand) with postsecondary graduation data (supply) for analysis of labor markets and training options. The OSDS provides clusters, units of analysis, that relate structured training programs to the occupations which their training graduates fill, that is, to occupational labor markets.www.occsupplydemand.org The OSDS contains high-demand, high-wage and high-skill occupations based on a state’s criteria in response to Perkins IV legislation. OSDS helps business and industrial analysts, program planners, workforce administrators and others determine labor availability and training programs offerings based on the supply demand mix. Les Janis, Director Georgia Career Information Center Georgia State University email@example.com 404-413-1715
Units of Analysis contain clusters of related occupations and training programs. A Unit of Analysis is a starting point for comparing the relative abundance of trained workers related to the demand for those workers.
OSDS contains national and state data: Supply Indicators Programs and Schools Program Completers by Degree Level Program Completers by School and Gender Occupational Licensing Data and Information Demand Indicators Occupational Characteristics Occupational Projections Wage Trends Occupational Employment by Industry
OSDS also contains: High-Demand, High-Wage, and High-Skill Occupations Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 State-specific methodology and criteria Links to Supply/Demand Indicators
With any questions or comments, please contact: Les Janis, Director Georgia Career Information Center Georgia State University Desk: (404) 413-1715 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Websites: www.gcic.peachnet.eduwww.gcic.peachnet.edu www.occsupplydemand.org