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2 MODULE 1: LESSON 2 LMI AND EMPLOYMENT FUNDAMENTALS This project has been funded, either wholly or in part, with Federal funds from the Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration under Task Order Number DOLJ061A20373; the mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations does not imply endorsement of same by the U.S. Government. U.S. Department of Labor—Employment & Training Administration| Missouri Economic Research and Information Center| Missouri Department of Economic Development

3 Today’s Lesson Module 1:Labor Market Information Fundamentals  Lesson 1: LMI Fundamentals  Lesson 2: LMI and Employment Fundamentals Module 2:Using Skills Assessments & Career Pathway Planning Module 3:Using Economic & Workforce Data to Drive Reemployment Strategy Module 4:Guiding Businesses to Use LMI Resources to Support Human Resource Functions

4 What’s in it for me?  After participating in this 25-minute lesson, you will be able to demonstrate to job seekers:  The fundamentals of professionalism,  The power of education, and  How to start exploring and designing a career path.

5 Missouri Economic Research & Information Center   State LMI Shop  Original Research  Workforce  Economic  Business Intelligence & Communication

6 Suggested Study Aid

7 Career Planning Data  …enables planning for future careers, both long-term & short- term.  Provides Data Regarding:  Regional and State In-Demand Jobs  Training Programs Available  Wages for Major Occupations

8 Where to Find – Career Planning Data

9  Communication in a common language  Dense website  Targets full spectrum of job seekers O*Net Online Missouri Career Exploration Tool MissouriConnections

10 Where to Find – Career Planning Data  Communication in a common language  Dense website  Targets full spectrum of job seekers O*Net Online  Designed for younger job seekers  Designed for first time career explorer  Requires establishing a personal profile  Less dense then O*Net Missouri Career Exploration Tool MissouriConnections

11 Where to Find – Career Planning Data  Communication in a common language  Dense website  Targets full spectrum of job seekers O*Net Online  Designed for younger job seekers  Designed for first time career explorer  Requires establishing a personal profile  Less dense then O*Net  Designed by MERIC  Fed by O*Net language  Integrates Missouri-specific data  Visually simple Missouri Career Exploration Tool MissouriConnections

12 MERIC’s Catalogue - Job Seekers

13 Missouri Career Guide  What are your interests?  What are your goals?  Where are the high-demand, high paying jobs?  How much education do you have?  How much are you willing to get?

14 Identify Personal Preferences Career Clusters  Arts, A/V Technology, Communications  Agriculture, Food, Natural Resources  Business Management, Administration  Architecture, Construction  Education, Training  Finance  Hospitality, Tourism  Government, Public Administration  Human Services  Health Services  Information Technology  Law, Public Safety, Corrections, Security  Science, Technology, Engineering, Math  Manufacturing  Transportation, Distribution, Logistics  Marketing

15 MERIC’s Catalogue - Industry

16 Industry Competency Modeling

17  Personal Effectiveness  Interpersonal Skills  Integrity  Professionalism  Initiative  Dependability & Reliability  Willingness to Learn Fundamental Competencies Tiers 1-3 represent the foundations for success in school and in the world of work. Based on employer drawn links between foundational skills and on-the- job performance. 1. Personal Effectiveness 1

18  Personal Effectiveness  Interpersonal Skills  Integrity  Professionalism  Initiative  Dependability & Reliability  Willingness to Learn Fundamental Competencies 2. Academic 1. Personal Effectiveness  Academic  Reading  Writing  Mathematics  Science & Technology  Communication - Listening & Speaking  Critical & Analytic Thinking  Active Learning  Basic Computer Skills 2

19  Personal Effectiveness  Interpersonal Skills  Integrity  Professionalism  Initiative  Dependability & Reliability  Willingness to Learn Fundamental Competencies 2. Academic 1. Personal Effectiveness  Academic  Reading  Writing  Mathematics  Science & Technology  Communication - Listening & Speaking  Critical & Analytic Thinking  Active Learning  Basic Computer Skills  Workplace  Teamwork  Adaptability/Flexibility  Customer Focus  Planning & Organizing  Creative Thinking  Problem Solving & Decision Making  Working with Tools & Technology  Workplace Computer Applications  Scheduling & Coordinating  Checking, Examining & Recording  Business Fundamentals 3. Workplace 3

20 Industry Competency Modeling Competency Models Available  Missouri -specified  Green Industry  Energy  Life Sciences  Transportation  Information Technology  CareerOneStop (Sample)  Aerospace  Bioscience  Construction  Energy  Entrepreneurship  Financial Services  Hospitality  Health Services  Retail

21 The Power of Education 2. Academic An interactive career exploration tool combining: occupation projections, education and training information, industry projections, and skills data including WorkKeys ®  Academic  Reading  Writing  Mathematics  Science & Technology  Communication - Listening & Speaking  Critical & Analytic Thinking  Active Learning  Basic Computer Skills

22 Missouri Career Exploration Tool

23 Career Planning Data In Context

24 Occupation Projections

25 Opening Doors with Basic Skills Only 4 Stable Jobs & 40 Total

26 Boost Reading and Math Scores 10 Stable Jobs & 60 Total

27 Boost Reading, Math & Locating Scores 40+ Good Outlook Jobs 60+ Stable Jobs 100+ Jobs

28 Communicating the Fundamentals  Pursue a passion  What are you good at?  What do you enjoy doing?  Understand the professional fundamentals  Personal Effectiveness  Academic  Workplace  Skills Assessments  Skills Development  Occupational Training  In Demand  Bright Outlook  Green Economy Employment FundamentalsThe Power of Education

29 Missouri Economic Research and Information Center: Missouri Career Exploration Tool: apps.oseda.missouri.edu/MOGreenExplore/ Competency Models: Website Links

30 Module 1: Complete  You should now be able to demonstrate to job seekers:  The fundamentals of professionalism,  The power of education, and  How to start exploring and designing a career path.  Preview: Module 2  Using Skills Assessments & Career Pathway Planning

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