Facilities Managers Occupations
The Centers of Excellence for Labor Market Information in collaboration with the Energy, Construction & Utilities Statewide Sector Navigator conducted a study on facilities managers in Southern California. This report highlights regional employer need regarding current and projected employment, education and credentialing preferences, and most in-demand skills and technological proficiencies for the facilities manager occupation. Read the report+
Demand & Supply Data
Conducting a program review? Analyzing your CTE portfolio? Looking for data to kick-start regional conversations about program alignment? The Centers of Excellence have created a suite of tools to support your decision-making with labor market data. California community colleges can utilize these data tools to assess projected occupational demand and the supply of graduates from a program(s) of study. Access data here+
Guides for Using Labor Market Information
Recently, the number of data sources for labor market information (LMI) has grown considerably, making it difficult to know which are best suited to the questions most often asked by community colleges. Check out these two new guides that help demystify labor market data:
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Health Reports & Studies
Healthcare trends and opportunities in California
The allied healthcare industry is a vital component of California’s healthcare system and accounts for close to 60% of all health care employment in the state. To further explore in-demand allied health occupations and assess their relevance to community college education and training, the Centers of Excellence coordinated a multi-regional effort, resulting in the following body of reports.