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3 JobsOhio Network - Toledo (Northwest Ohio) Industry Employment Projection Report: 2010-2020 EmploymentProjected Change NAICS 20102020in Employment CODEDescriptionAnnualProjected2010-2020Percent TOTAL568,600617,00048,4008.5% 238Specialty trade contractors11,80014,5002,70022.9% 311Food manufacturing8,5008,6001001.2% 321Wood product manufacturing1,0001,20020020.0% 336Transportation equipment manufacturing19,50020,6001,1005.6% 337Furniture and related product mfg.2,9003,1002006.9% Service-Providing407,600452,30044,70011.0% Trade and Transportation and Utilities98,400106,6008,2008.3% Wholesale Trade18,00019,6001,6008.9% 425Electronic markets and agents and brokers9001,40050055.6% Retail Trade59,70063,8004,1006.9% 441Motor vehicle and parts dealers7,3008,20090012.3% 443Electronics and appliance stores1,7001,8001005.9% 444Building material & garden supply stores6,0007,0001,00016.7% 445Food and beverage stores9,5009,8003003.2% 446Health and personal care stores3,9004,50060015.4% 448Clothing and clothing accessories stores3,5003,8003008.6% 451Sporting goods, hobby, book, and music stores2,5002,6001004.0% 452General merchandise stores15,20016,6001,4009.2% 454Nonstore retailers1,2001,3001008.3% Transportation and Warehousing18,40021,3002,90015.8% 484Truck transportation7,4009,0001,60021.6% 488Support activities for transportation2,0002,20020010.0% 493Warehousing and storage3,9004,60070017.9%

4 In-Demand Occupations Financial Activities17,60018,8001,2006.8% Finance and Insurance13,10013,8007005.3% 522Credit intermediation and related activities6,7006,8001001.5% 524Insurance carriers and related activities5,3005,8005009.4% Real Estate and Rental and Leasing4,5005,00050011.1% Professional and Business Services45,60053,2007,60016.7% Professional and Technical Services15,80019,0003,20020.3% 5411Legal services2,6002,8002007.7% 5415Computer systems design and related services1,1001,50040036.4% 5416Management and technical consulting services1,4002,10070050.0% 5418Advertising, PR, and related services60070010016.7% Management of companies and enterprises6,0006,3003005.0% 561Administrative and support services22,50026,5004,00017.8% 5611Office administrative services1,0001,10010010.0% 5613Employment services11,00013,5002,50022.7% 5614Business support services2,2002,50030013.6% 5616Investigation and security services1,6001,90030018.8% 562Waste management and remediation service1,3001,4001007.7% Education and Health Services129,700151,40021,70016.7% Educational Services48,80051,1002,3004.7% Health Care and Social Assistance81,000100,30019,30023.8% 621Ambulatory health care services24,40032,8008,40034.4% 622Hospitals28,90033,1004,20014.5% 623Nursing and residential care facilities20,40024,0003,60017.6% 624Social assistance7,30010,2002,90039.7% Leisure and Hospitality51,00055,6004,6009.0% Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation6,2007,2001,00016.1% 712Museums, historical sites, and similar institution1,3001,4001007.7% 713Amusement, gambling, and recreation4,3005,10080018.6% Accommodation and Food Services44,80048,4003,6008.0% 721Accommodation3,4003,7003008.8% Source: Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Bureau of Labor Market Information.

5 Alignment Around what? One answer for workforce, education and economic development is In-demand Occupations. What are the pressing workforce needs? Workforce Development – OhioMeansJobs Center’s 85% of training must be from the in-demand occupations list. In-Demand Occupations 5

6 Methodology Level 1 – Statistical Baseline – LMI Projections Level 2 – JobsOhio Industry Clusters Level 3 – 2 nd Tier Occupations – Forecast, OMJ Trend Level 4 – Kick-Out Report & Analytical Judgment In-Demand Occupations 6

7 Level 1 Labor Market Information (LMI) Projections A product of Projections Managing Partnership (PMP), a partnership is between (1) the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (ETA); (2) the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS); (3) the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA); and (4) the State Projections Consortium. Ten year projections produced every other year – see In-Demand Occupations 7

8 Level 1 Labor Market Information (LMI) Projections Continued Three Criteria for In-demand  Wage =>$12.54 (80% of Ohio median wage)  Annual Openings =>264  Annual Growth =>104 NOTE: occupation had to meet wage criterion and then either the annual openings or growth criteria to be included in the In-Demand Report 98 Occupations In-Demand Occupations 8

9 Level 2 JobsOhio Industry Clusters Level 3 2 nd Tier Occupations Forecasted (Workforce Information Exchange – Jobs Forecast Survey) and met at least one of the following: Low wage =>$11.40 (90% of $12.54), but still met either annual openings or growth as noted before Certificate – occupations that require a certificate (as denoted by DOL) In-Demand Occupations 9

10 Level 3 2 nd Tier Occupations Continued Regional Occupations: Wage =>$12.54 (median wage) Appalachia Region =>Annual Openings 20; Annual Growth 8 Cincinnati Region =>Annual Openings 50; Annual Growth 20 Cleveland Region =>Annual Openings 97; Annual Growth 37 Columbus Region =>Annual Openings 58; Annual Growth 25 Dayton Region =>Annual Openings 33; Annual Growth 15 Toledo Region =>Annual Openings 33; Annual Growth 14 In-Demand Occupations 10

11 Level 3 2 nd Tier Occupations Continued OMJ job posting trends: Wage =>$11.40 (90% of the $12.54) State Annual Postings = >264 State Annual Growth = >104 In-Demand Occupations 11

12 Summary The in-demand occupations list includes 196 unique occupations drawn from the four levels of our methodology. These 196 occupations comprise over 17,000 related job titles. 162 of the 196 (82.65%) of these in-demand occupations have been forecast by the Ohio businesses which had completed the jobs forecast survey as of 11/1/2014. In-Demand Occupations 12

13 Access – Ohio’s virtual employment and career planning center. Follows the icon for a variety of reports. Select workforce professionals for highly detailed reports. Direct link to southeast region - Contact: In-Demand Occupations 13

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