Nedc ecosystems 5.13

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  • 1. Presentedby:DeidreD.MyersOfficeofEconomicandWorkforcePolicyOklahomasEcosystems:AcceleratingtheGrowthoftheStatesEconomicProsperity

2. Goals PrioritizeResources AlignPolicies MaximizeOutcomes RequireAccountability 3. MethodologyWealthGenerationCompetitiveAdvantageGrowthPotentialSalesRevenueExportShareWagesLocationQuotientPhysicalAssetsWorkforceNewMarketsIndustryTrendsNumberofEstablishments 4. ProcessStep5.TestedconclusionsagainstmacroeconomicdataStep4.AggregatedfindingstoecosystemsthatshareeconomiccharacteristicsStep3.AnalyzedqualitativedataincludingOKsphysicalassets,R&DexpertiseandworkforcestrengthsStep2.Identifiedthoseindustriesthatrankedhighestineachandallofthe3categoriesStep1.Analyzedquantitativevariablesforwealthgeneration,growthpotentialandcompetitiveadvantagefor669industries 5. Outcome669Industries72variables48,168datapointsWealthGenerationGrowthPotentialCompetitiveAdvantageECOSYSTEMS:Theeconomicdrivers ofOK 6. EcosystemsAerospace&DefenseParts&ComponentsManufacturingMaintenance,Repair&OverhaulUnmannedAerialSystemsMilitaryRelatedResearch&DevelopmentEnergyMachineryManufacturingCompressedNaturalGasVehiclesDistributionEngineeringServicesAgriculture&BiosciencesFoodManufacturingCommodityProduction&DistributionFertilizerManufacturingResearch&DevelopmentinAgBiosciencesInformation&FinancialServicesDataCentersBankingCyberSecurityComputerSystemsTransportation&DistributionAir,Rail,Water&PipelineTransportationTransportationEquipmentManufacturingWarehousing&StorageWholesaleBrokersThespecificindustrieslistedundertheecosystemsareneithercomprehensivenorexclusive.Theyareonlyexamplestodemonstrateadiversityofactivities.Thenumberofindividualindustriesincludedamongthe5ecosystemsactuallynumberover200. 7. VitalComplementarySystemsOklahomasEcosystemsInfrastructure ConstructionQualityofLife Health&Biosciences Tourism&RecreationSkills,Knowledge,&Abilities Education CreativeIndustries 8. Regional&MicroSystemsStateMetroStatAreasOKCTulsaLawtonMultiCountyRegionsSCORENWOASouthernWIBCitiesEnidMuskogeeArdmore 9. PoliciesBusinessStartUp,Retention,Expansion&RecruitmentWorkforce(STEM)IncentivesRegulationsInfrastructure 10. CountyUnemploymentRates 11. OKsEducationalGapforNewJobsNewJobsdefinedasthosejobsprojectedtobecreatedbetween2010and2020.Source:2010ACS;EMSICompleteEmployment 2011.445.822.931.348.915.423.77.54.50% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%2010OKEducationalAttainmentOKNewJobsRequirementsHighSchoolDegreeandless Somecollege/Vocational/AssociatesDegreeBachelorsDegree PostBachelorsDegree 12. UnemploymentRatesbyCohort5.010.015.020.025.030.035.0Note:DataarefromBLS,CPSRolling12monthaveragewhichmeasurestheUnemploymentRateofthosewhohaveactivelysearchedforworkoverthepreceding4weeks.Forexample,notall1619yearoldsareincludedinthecalculation,onlythosewhoareactivelypursuingemployment. 13. CriticalWorkforcefortheEcosystemsOKsCurrentCapacityOccupationalmixeffectLocationquotient ExpectedGrowthNetnewjobsOpeningsNationalDemandJobgrowthNationalwageratesIndustryDemandNetemployedingroup%ofstaffingWealthGenerationStatewagesNationaldifference 14. EducationalRequirements102651123313OKEcosystems100CriticalOccupationsbyAttainmentAssociatesDegreeBachelorsDegreeAdvancedDegreeVocationalAwardShorttermOJTModeratetermOJTLongtermOJT 15. Classification0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35Transportation&MaterialMovingProductionInstallation,Maintenance&RepairConstruction&ExtractionHealthcare&TechnicalLife,Physical&SocialScienceEngineeringComputer&MathBusiness&FinanceManagement100CriticalOccupationsbyMajorGrouping41STEMIntense13STEMRelatedNOTE:STEM(Science,Technology,Engineering&Mathematics)qualificationdefinedbytheGeorgetownUniversityCenterforEducation&Workforce 16. HappeningNow&NextSteps CompleteCollegeAmerica OneOklahomaAStrategicPlanforScience&TechnologyinOklahoma,2012 www.OKJobMatch.com CareerPathways ProjectLeadtheWay RegionalAnalyses 17. RegionalProcessModifyStateProcessto6digitNAICSChangeEconomicRelationshipsIdentifyandVetDataAggregatetoGeographicAreaTestConclusions 18. RegionalConsiderationsGranularityexposesfederaldatainconsistenciesandsuppressionMarginoferrorincreasesRegionaldiversityamplifiesoutliersArbitrarygeographicboundariessuppressmarketrelationshipsExportconsiderationsdifferfromstate 19. ClevelandCountyEcosystemsEducationUniversityandProfessionalSchoolsResearch&DevelopmentElementaryandSecondarySchoolsEnergyExtractionMachinery&EquipmentManufacturingOilandGasSupportActivitiesProfessional&ScientificServicesEngineeringServicesMedicalServicesLegalServicesInformation&FinancialServicesFinancialServicesAccountingServicesComputerSystemDesignThespecificindustrieslistedundertheecosystemsareneithercomprehensivenorexclusive.Theyareonlyexamplestodemonstrateadiversityofactivities.ClevelandCountynote:Thereisasignificantpresenceof3334manufacturing 20. ClevelandCountyCriticalOccupationsCriticaloccupationsarethosethatrankthehighestamongallqualifiers,meaningtheecosystemwillnotrunefficientlyoreffectivelywithoutappropriatelaborlevelsbothinqualityandquantity.SOTisSetter,OperatorandTenderShorttermOJT ConstructionLaborers ElectricalandElectronicEquipmentAssemblers ElectromechanicalEquipmentAssemblers EngineandOtherMachineAssemblers CuttingandSlicingMachineSetters,Operators,andTenders HeavyandTractorTrailerTruckDrivers IndustrialTruckandTractorOperatorsModerateOJT Bookkeeping,Accounting,andAuditingClerks SalesRepresentatives,WholesaleandManufacturing TeamAssemblers Inspectors,Testers,Sorters,Samplers,andWeighers TaxPreparers Installation,Maintenance,andRepairWorkers OperatingEngineersandOtherConstructionEquipmentOperators PackagingandFillingMachineOperatorsandTenders PayrollandTimekeepingClerks AssemblersandFabricatorsLongtermOJT Carpenters Electricians Plumbers,Pipefitters,andSteamfitters BusinessOperationsSpecialists IndustrialMachineryMechanics MobileHeavyEquipmentMechanics SheetMetalWorkers PurchasingAgents Machinists 21. ClevelandCountyCriticalOccupationsAssociates/CertificatesRegisteredNursesComputerSupportSpecialistsElectricalandElectronicsEngineeringTechniciansMedicalandClinicalLaboratoryTechniciansMechanicalDraftersCivilEngineeringTechniciansIndustrialEngineeringTechniciansEngineeringTechniciansMechanicalEngineeringTechniciansWelders,Cutters,Solderers,andBrazersHeating,AirConditioning,andRefrigerationMechanicsandInstallersBachelorsAccountantsandAuditorsElementarySchoolTeachersSecondarySchoolTeachersMiddleSchoolTeachersSalesRepresentatives,WholesaleandManufacturing,TechnicalandScientificProductsFinancialAnalystsMedicalandHealthServicesManagersComputerSystemsAnalystsComputerProgrammersNetworkandComputerSystemsAdministratorsInformationSecurityAnalysts,WebDevelopers,andComputerNetworkArchitectsSoftwareDevelopers,ApplicationsSoftwareDevelopers,SystemsSoftwareCivilEngineersFinancialSpecialistsCostEstimatorsMedicalandClinicalLaboratoryTechnologistsKindergartenTeachersElectronicsEngineersIndustrialEngineersDatabaseAdministratorsMechanicalEngineersSpecialEducationTeachersCompensation,Benefits,andJobAnalysisSpecialistsPetroleumEngineersElectricalEngineersAdvancedwithExperiencePostsecondaryTeachersGeneralandOperationsManagersManagementAnalystsFinancialManagersSalesManagersComputerandInformationSystemsManagersArchitecturalandEngineeringManagers 22. Formoreinformation:www.okcommerce.gov/dataEmail:deidre_myers@okcommerce.govTwitter:@deidredmyers