A Vital Source of Information on the Region’s Labor Market
SDWP’s Research Department analyzes workforce trends, in-demand jobs, and high-growth industries in San Diego.
The Research Department annually produces Labor Market Reports that focus on key workforce issues throughout San Diego County, such as employers’ workforce needs, wages and salaries, occupational projections and various employment statistics. This labor market information informs job seekers, career counselors, trainers and educators about what employers are looking for in the current and future labor force.
For more information on what research is being conducted this year, contact email@example.com.
If you have a data request you would like the SDWP Research team to work on, please submit a survey form. A representative will get back to you with a quote within three to five business days.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost for a data request?
The cost for each data request is dependent on the complexity and time needed to complete a request. In some instances, the data is not available and the request will unable to be processed. For most cases, a data request will range from 100 to 250 dollars. Because we are a small team with limited bandwidth, the nominal fee will help cover our costs. If you’re interested in a research product such as a short labor market report, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a custom quote.
If I’m from a university or a non-profit, can I get a fee waiver?
Unfortunately, we are not in a position to offer fee waivers at this time.
How long will it take for me to receive my data?
Once we receive your data request, it will usually take 7-10 business days to respond to your request. If we need additional information, we will contact you by email. The time you take to provide additional information will add to the total time it takes to respond to your request.
Why do you need additional information? Isn’t the data request form enough?
Sometimes the nature of the data request can be too broad. To provide the most relevant data for your request, we sometimes ask for additional information to narrow the scope of the data pull. We are unable to proceed with a data request until the data requester has responded.
What kinds of data can I request?
There are currently five types of data you can request through the form.
- Occupation/Industry: Information regarding jobs using Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) codes (occupation data) and NAICS codes (industry codes). If you need help finding specific SOC codes, please refer to O*NET. If you need help finding specific NAICS codes, please refer to naics.com/search
- Employment/Unemployment: Information regarding employment and unemployment job statistics
- Job postings: Labor market information on jobs
- Demographics: Information regarding specific segments of populations in San Diego County
What format will my data request be emailed to me in?
We use whatever format is most appropriate for the data you requested. Usually, we will use Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Word for your data request. If you need the data in another format such as .csv or .pdf, please specify this in the data request form.
I want to submit a data request, but I can’t find an option in the data request form. What should I do?
You may email us at email@example.com with other types of requests. We may refer you to another organization or data source, or we may provide you with a quote for research services outside the scope of our free requests.
If you have any additional questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.