October 02, 2014
Advanced Manufacturing: Labor Market Analysis highlights four occupational clusters that are most commonly employed in Advanced Manufacturing—drafting and technician, computer/software, production, and engineering—and provides insight on San Diego employers’ workforce needs. The Advanced Manufacturing sector accounts for 10 percent of establishments, 15 percent of all paid employment and 22 percent of annual payroll in the region.
October 02, 2014
Clean Energy: Labor Market Analysis focuses on two highly integrated subsectors that have the most employment in San Diego’s Clean Energy sector: Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency. Eleven occupations within this sector were selected for in-depth analysis due to their high level of projected growth, opportunities for employment and training potential.
October 02, 2014
Health Care: Labor Market Analysis analyzes 12 occupations that are projected to grow 12 percent from 2014 to 2018 and provides recommendations for the workforce development system on how to best prepare the future Health Care workforce. One in every 10 jobs in the region is health-related, and employment in Health Care grew 11 percent while the overall County employment fell 6 percent during the Great Recession.
October 02, 2014
Information and Communication Technologies: Labor Market Analysis serves to inform educational training institutions, Workforce Investment Boards and community organizations on how to best prepare the future workforce for ICT positions. This study focuses on 11 ICT occupations that account for approximately 40,000 jobs in San Diego County and have median earnings that are 19 percent higher than the County average for all occupations.
October 02, 2014
Life Sciences: Labor Market Analysis identifies the industries and occupations that have workforce development needs, documents the opportunities for workers and needs from employers in the sector, and recommends specific actions for investments in workforce development to prepare the future workforce. The Life Sciences sector accounts for more than 1,372 establishments and 45,000 workers.
November 25, 2013
In-Demand Jobs profiles San Diego's top 50 occupations, identifying skills needed, educational and training requirements, wages, growth patterns, and employers' expectations. These profiles were created for use by job seekers, educators and San Diego employers.
October 30, 2013
Popular Fields in Extended Studies investigates eight key professions that are vital to sustaining San Diego’s economic base: accounting, clinical research and trials, education, engineering, human resources, informational technology, paralegal, and safety training. Findings indicate that all eight professions will experience potential supply gaps over the next decade.
October 03, 2013
San Diego's Sports and Active Lifestyle Industry investigates how San Diego's diverse natural assets, ideal for participating in sports or an active lifestyle, affect the region’s economy and workforce. This industry cluster accounted for 1.3 percent of San Diego's 2011 economy, which is equivalent to hosting four Super Bowls that year.
August 14, 2013
The Self-Sufficiency Employment Report analyzes specific occupations, particularly entry-level positions, which have opportunities for pathways into self-sustaining careers. It provides detailed occupational profiles for job seekers and career counselors to use as a planning tool.
January 11, 2013
The Economic Impact of Qualcomm investigates how San Diego’s largest telecommunications and information technology (T&IT) company affects the region’s economy and workforce. Qualcomm’s presence in the region adds $4.53 billion in direct and indirect economic activity annually.
September 18, 2012
The San Diego Maritime Industry Report explores the growing impact of the Maritime Industry on the San Diego region. The report found that nearly 46,000 people work in the Maritime Industry, with a fiscal impact on the region of more than $14 billion in direct spending.
September 12, 2012
Occupational Outlook Report 2012 Update: Focus on Reentry reviews research on reentry workforce issues with a particular focus on industries and occupations that may be relevant for job seekers with a prior criminal conviction. The report is intended to inform the development and refinement of prisoner reentry programs.
August 24, 2012
Life Sciences Summer Institute Research Report looks specifically at why companies were interested in participating in the San Diego Workforce Partnership’s Life Sciences Summer Institute to measure its success, identify the factors that make it a successful program, and to determine the potential for its expansion. LSSI invites students to spend time in a life sciences summer “boot camp” and then places them in labs for real-life work experience. Groups of science teachers also participate every summer, learning about how the life sciences industry operates and then taking it back to their classrooms.
August 10, 2012
Plan and Pursue, Your Pathway to Prosperity offers a look at the critical next steps to have a successful and prosperous future, such as continuing education and/or receiving additional training. The guide serves as a powerful planning tool for job seekers.
December 01, 2011
Healthcare IT Research Report explores if and how San Diego’s HIT cluster can be strengthened and how to develop career pathways in this emerging field. Healthcare information technology or HIT is the intersection of information science, computer science and healthcare.
November 01, 2011
Community Clinics in San Diego provides analysis and recommendations regarding: current allied health workforce issues; specific skill requirements and deficiencies among medical assistants (and their equivalents); and opportunities and obstacles for career advancement at community clinics. This report was commissioned as part of a broad effort to understand the workforce needs of employers needing new skills and new workers in healthcare information technology.
August 01, 2011
The 2011 Occupational Outlook Report (OOR) for San Diego County profiles 46 local occupations with information on education and experience requirements, wages and benefits, employers’ growth expectations, important skills, recruitment methods, and short and long-term growth outlooks. The occupational profiles may be used by job seekers, students, company managers and human resource personnel as well as education and training program developers.
June 01, 2011
Entertainment and Hospitality Industry Cluster Survey looks at the current state of the industry and provides a detailed look at thirty-seven occupational profiles within it. The report presents current industry practices, needs and future plans related to workforce development.
June 01, 2011
Military Contractor Cluster of Industries seeks to understand more fully the size and breadth of government military contractors in San Diego and whether the public workforce system can provide assistance to contractors in the preparation of a skilled workforce. The findings in this report are based on a review of existing literature, select executive interviews with several key thought leaders, and a representative sample of 125 contractors in San Diego County.
March 15, 2011
Healthcare Workforce Development in San Diego County: Recommendations for the Changing Times identifies the needs of area employers and several key strategies to diversify and effectively train healthcare workers. This diverse sector is changing rapidly and represents one of the fastest growing areas for careers in San Diego County.
December 30, 2010
Green Construction: An Occupational Outlook for San Diego County examines the growing demand for green construction workers and identifies the training these workers will need to be successful in the field. San Diego County has lost nearly 40,000 construction jobs in the last five years, only one-third of which are expected to return by 2015, while “green construction” jobs are expected to grow at an above average rate.
July 01, 2010
Small Business Survey assesses awareness of one-stop career centers in San Diego County; identifies methods of recruiting new employees and use of outside agencies for assistance with finding and developing qualified workers; seeks to understand small businesses’ current workforce challenges; develops a profile of private-sector small businesses in San Diego County; and evaluates awareness and perception of the San Diego Workforce Partnership.
July 01, 2004
The Youth Mapping Project is an effort to improve the education and employment services available for youth across San Diego County. The purpose of the project is to improve responsiveness, community education, access and participation in youth workforce preparation programs and services.
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