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Evaluating the 1975 projections of occupational employment

Max L. Carey

Evaluating the 1975 projections of occupational employment

by Max L. Carey

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Occupations.,
  • Employment forecasting -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMax L. Carey.
    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 10-21 :
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17663038M

      Evaluating evidence-based occupational health. On 7 Mar in Clinical governance, Employment Law Features, Musculoskeletal disorders, Occupational Health, Wellbeing. How useful is the occupational health evidence base in . Policy and Research Publications Online Reports Occupational Projections and Training Data () Note: Edition, Bulletin vocational and employment counselors, job seekers, and others interested in occupational information. Each topic is addressed in a separate chapter. This edition of the supplement is the 13th in a series dating.

    Labor Statistics to develop occupational employment statistics covering scientific, professional, and technical employment across a broad spectrum of the total American economy.^ Scope of the Study. The survey covered most State government agencies within each of the 50 States. Occupational employment projections are one of the primary products produced by state labor market information agencies to assist with state and .

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Evaluating the projections of occupational employment Job projections prepared by BLS in quite as accurate as the estimates, which also In evaluating the projections, comparability again proved to be a major problem.

Fewer than half of the detailed occupations studied in the base year could be evaluated, speclftClly. Occupational Employment Projections to Article in Monthly labor review / U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (11) February. try projections can affect the projections for individual occupations.

The last two columns in table 2 present the projected and actual share of the overall employment increase for each of the occupations for which employment was greater t Although there are some notable exceptions, the projected shares for the.

We have suggested two reasons for the lower degree of accuracy of the occupational employment projections compared with those for industry employment: (1) the demand projections are not tested against occupational supply and (2) the basic data on the occupational composition of industries used in past projections were inaccurate.

Occupational employment projections ("projections") estimate the changes in occupational employment over time resulting from industry growth, technological changes, and other factors. Industry growth exists when the demand for goods and services increases, resulting in an increased demand for workers to produce these goods and services.

The ten-year occupational employment projection is a projection produced by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics' Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections. The occupational employment projections, along with other information about occupations, are published in the Occupational Outlook Handbook and the National Employment Matrix.

The year. The Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) survey is a semi-annual survey of approximatelynon-farm business establishments conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), headquartered in Washington, DC with six regional offices and one office in each state.

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Occupational Projections The procedure for bridging the gap between industries andoccupations uses the industry-occupational employment matrix. The matrix is a table showing the occupational pattern of each industry, i.e., the ratios of employment by occupation in that industry.

The. Occupational Therapists are important partners in treating people with a variety of illnesses and disabilities including Alzheimer’s, loss of a limb, and autism. Current projections released by the Department of Employment and Economic Development predict a 15 percent statewide growth in the Occupational Therapy profession by This book is an absolute must if you are planning to sit for the CIH exam.

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R&D Monograph R&D Monograph See other formats. From this nadir, the Office of Employment Projections conducted new occupational studies at a gradual pace over the next 15 years, adding to both occupational content and employment coverage.

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