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Environmental Scan, November 2011 - List of Exhibits

III-OCCUPATIONAL OUTLOOK

 

EXHIBIT NO.

EXHIBIT TITLE

DESCRIPTION

CONTENTS AND POSSIBLE USES

Exhibit III-1

Study Job Forecast by O*NET 6-Digit Occupations

State of California - Table

Shows jobs projections by O*NET 6-Digit SOC Code – for the State of California 2008-2018 provided by State EDD LMI. This data allows the college to assess the demand for jobs and anticipate training and education needs as a function of jobs growth or decline. Possible follow-up activities include continuous updating and monitoring. Also the identification of high growth or large employers by wage, and training needs. Based on this information the College can structure programs or modify existing programs and comply with reporting requirements.

Exhibit III-2

Occupational Employment Projections - 2008-2018

Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario Metropolitan Statistical Area - Table

Shows jobs projections by 4-digit SOC Code - 2008-2018 at the county level for the Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario Metropolitan Statistical Area as provided by State EDD LMI. This data provides the College with valuable information to better respond to trends and needs of the labor market. The data can help with more rapid market based responsiveness to growth or decline in occupations. It will also help with more targeted and relevant curriculum planning. This data also shows jobs trends by educational requirements - helpful in curriculum planning. Follow-up activities include continuous updating and monitoring. Based on this information the College can structure programs or modify existing programs -apply for grants, cross-tabulations, and comply with reporting requirements.

Exhibit III-3

Occupations with Most Job Openings - 2008-2018

Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario Metropolitan Statistical Area - Table

Shows jobs projections by 4-digit SOC codes for occupations with the most job openings - 2008-2018 – for Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario Metropolitan Statistical Area as provided by State EDD LMI. This data provides the College with valuable information to better respond to trends and needs of the labor market for those occupations with the most projected job openings. The data can help with more rapid market based responsiveness to growth or decline in industry sectors. It will also help with more targeted and relevant curriculum planning. This data also shows jobs trends by educational requirements - helpful in curriculum planning. Follow-up activities include continuous updating and monitoring. Also based on this information the College can structure programs or modify existing programs -apply for grants, conduct cross-tabulations, and comply with reporting requirements.

Exhibit III-4

Establishments by Industry Cluster - 2nd Quarter 2011

VVC Study Area Zip Codes and San Bernardino County - Table

Shows industry cluster groupings for establishments in the VVCC Study Area and with San Bernardino County-2nd Quarter 2011 provided by Synergos based on BLS and US Economic Census data. This data serves to help understand these important economic sectors viewed by groups or "clusters" of related industries that interact with each other. If these clusters are significant, colleges can help strengthen these by providing training and education. Staffing patterns by industry can be converted to related occupations – the college can then focus on these industries. Possible uses include continuous updating and monitoring. The College can focus in key or desired clusters and identify the training and job needs, formulate partnerships, provide technical business assistance, facility interaction and B2B (business-to-business) activities, and comply with reporting requirements.

Exhibit III-4.1

Business by Cluster - Hoovers D&B-2011

MS Excel database non-titled

Contains a detailed database of establishments separated by major industry cluster groupings based on Hoover’s D&B business database. This data is derived from Hoover’s D&B database which includes details that permit greater follow-up scrutiny such industry codes, estimated jobs, estimated revenues, address, and contact information.

Exhibit III-5

Jobs by Occupation - Daytime White Collar - 2nd Quarter 2011

VVC Study Area Zip Codes and San Bernardino County - Table

Shows workplace daytime White-Collar jobs by 3-digit SOC code – 2nd quarter 2011 data – VVCC Study Area Zip, combined zips area, and San Bernardino County. This data provides valuable information to better respond to trends and needs of the White Collar labor market. The data can help with more rapid market based responsiveness to occupations and help with targeted and relevant curriculum planning. Follow-up activities include continuous updating and monitoring and structuring related programs or modification of existing programs -applying for grants, complying with reporting and cross-tabulations.

Exhibit III-6

Jobs by Occupation - Daytime Blue Collar - 2nd Quarter 2011

VVC Study Area Zip Codes

Shows workplace daytime Blue-Collar jobs by 3-digit SOC code – 2nd quarter 2011 data – VVC Study Area Zip, combined zips area, and San Bernardino County. This data provides valuable information to better respond to trends and needs of the Blue Collar labor market. The data can help with more rapid market based responsiveness to growth or decline by occupation - help with targeted and relevant curriculum planning. Follow-up activities include continuous updating and monitoring and structuring related programs or modification of existing programs -applying for grants, complying with reporting, and cross-tabulations.

 

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