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1 Workforce Intelligence Network 2013 INFORMATION TECH OVERVIEW

2 WIN Board Community Colleges Oakland Community College Macomb Community College Monroe County Community College Mott Community College Schoolcraft College St. Clair County Community College Washtenaw Community College Wayne County Community College District Michigan Works! Agencies Livingston County Michigan Works! Agency Detroit Employment Solutions Corporation Genesee-Shiawassee Michigan Works! Macomb – St. Clair Michigan Works! Agency & Workforce Development Board Oakland County Michigan Works! Agency Southeast Michigan Community Alliance Washtenaw County Michigan Works! Agency HELPING EMPLOYERS FIND THE TALENT THEY NEED FOR SUCCESS WIN is funded through a grant from the New Economy Initiative for Southeast Michigan. POLICY Process improvement Business Services Network Career Services Network Administrative change Legislative change Exemplary practice identification & adoption Data-driven training, education, experiences & career guidance (especially students & jobseekers in STEM fields) EMPLOYER STRATEGIES Information technology WIN Tech Council IT in the D Health care Health Systems HR Execs Council Manufacturing InnoState – New product manufacturing Green Mobility planning & talent partnerships Retail & hospitality Career pathways DATA Working Smarter Report Quarterly labor demand reports Posting-to-employment forecasting Special report requests

3 Top Engineering Job Titles 3 The top engineering job titles have generally remained the same since 2007.

4 Top Design Job Titles 4 The top designer job titles on the other hand have bounced around with new titles emerging every year and some with less prevalence. Emerging Designer Titles in the Top Ten Tool Designer Hardware Design Engineer Electrical Design Engineer Less Prevalent Designer Titles Still in the Top Ten Product Designer Catia Designer

5 Emerging Job Titles Automation Engineer (emerged in 2011) Autocad Designer (emerged in 2012) Automotive product engineer (emerged in 2011) Detailed CAE engineering positions such as durability, Nvh (emerged in 2010) Mechatronics Engineer (emerged in 2011) Product Packaging Engineer (emerged in 2012) 5 Several job titles have entered online postings in the past 2 and 3 years though none are in the Top Ten.

6 Top Technical Skills in Demand 6 The top technical skills for engineers and designers to-date in 2013 have been top in- demand skills for the past several years.

7 Top Foundational Skills in Demand 7 The top foundational skills for engineers and designers have not shifted over the last several years. Data: Burning Glass Technologies

8 Emerging Skills 3d modeling (emerged in 2010) Aerospace (emerged in 2010) Circuit analysis (emerged in 2011) Computer Aided manufacturing (CAM) (emerged in 2012) Computer Assisted Engineering (emerged in 2010) Configuration management (emerged in 2010) Electrical Schematics (emerged in 2010) Hardware and software configuration (emerged in 2010) ISO 9001 Standards (emerged in 2010) Linux (emerged in 2010) Tool Design (emerged in 2010) Wiring Diagrams (emerged in 2012) Program Coordination (emerged in 2011) Data Verification and Progress Documentation (emerged in 2012) Program monitoring (emerged in 2013) 8 Many postings have started specifying new skills for engineers and designers. While demand is increasing, they are not yet top in demand skills.

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