through real-time regional and local labor market research and data validated by industry partners.
business and industry with community colleges, and workforce and economic development professionals who are committed to developing an outstanding workforce.
the economic and workforce development mission of California's community colleges in partnering with business and industry and preparing the workforce to succeed in the future.
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Kathleen Rowley, San Bernardino Valley College
In 2013, the COE surveyed over 230 Recycling & Materials Management (R&MM) firms in California to better understand their workforce needs. Survey results indicate that more than 14,000 jobs could be created over the next two years, representing a 10% job growth rate over the period. More+
Advanced manufacturing is an essential part of the state and regional economies and each year, billions of dollars in products are manufactured in California. This report focuses on the growth and job requirements of eight manufacturing occupations. When surveyed, employers projected creating nearly 1,800 new jobs in these 8 occupations over the next five years. More+
STEM in 20, a COE research project in collaboration with the Institute for the Future (IFTF), takes an explorative look at innovations affecting workforce trends in the next 20 years, focusing on science, technology, engineering and mathematics. STEM in 20+