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Millennial Men Leave Perplexing Hole in a Hot U.S. Labor Market - Bloomberg
Ten years after the Great Recession, 25- to 34-year-old men are lagging in the workforce more than any other age and gender demographic.
Around-the-web  this-week-440  labor  workforce  jobs  millennials 
10 days ago by areadevelopment
2018 Talent Attraction Scorecard: The Top Communities Attracting and Developing Talent - Emsi
Workforce issues are the highest recurring pain point for businesses in a period of sub-4% unemployment. When it comes to talent, everyone is pulling from the same pool, and competition is increasing.

In the third annual Talent Attraction Scorecard, we explore how well small and large counties are attracting and developing skilled workers. Counties are ranked using Emsi’s Talent Attraction Index, which is based on drawing new residents, growing jobs and skilled workers, attracting young talent, and increasing educational attainment.
labor  workforce-development  economic-development  workforce-migration  demographics  Around-the-web  this-week-440-top 
11 days ago by areadevelopment
How Your School Affects Where You Live - Emsi
Where do graduates move after college? Ivy League grads move to the big cities. Community college grads stay close to home. But what about everyone else?
diaspora  workforce-mobility  labor  demographics  Around-the-web  this-week-440 
17 days ago by areadevelopment
Individuals in Science and Engineering Occupations as a Percentage of All Occupations |- National Science Foundation
Policymakers and scholars consistently emphasize innovation based on S&E research and development as a vehicle for economic growth and competitiveness. In the increasingly interconnected 21st-century world, workers with S&E expertise are integral to a nation’s innovative capacity because of their high skill level, their creative ideas, and their ability not only to advance basic scientific knowledge but also to transform advances in fundamental knowledge into tangible and useful products and services.
STEM-workforce  demographics  maps  labor  workforce-data  Around-the-web  this-week-439 
24 days ago by areadevelopment
Is Your New Economy Workforce Hiding Where You Least Expect It? - Area Development
To get a complete picture of a location’s workforce, site selectors need to look beyond costs to educational attributes and quality of life among other factors.
area-development-features  Matt  economic-development  site-selection  manufacturing  workforce  skilled-labor  labor  education 
25 days ago by areadevelopment
Amazon to Raise Minimum Wage to $15 for All U.S. Workers - The New York Times
Amazon said on Tuesday that it would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour for its United States employees, a rare acknowledgment that it was feeling squeezed by political pressure and a tight labor market.
this-week-438  Around-the-web  Matt  amazon  labor-costs  labor  workforce 
5 weeks ago by areadevelopment
Companies in Virginia’s I-81/I-77 Region Partner With Colleges to Design Customized Training Programs - Area Development
Virginia’s I-81/I-77 region’s manufacturing base of automotive-related and other high-tech companies is taking advantage of its ability to mobilize and customize workforce development programs.
area-development-features  Matt  virginia  south-atlantic  automotive-industry  high-tech  innovation  workforce  workforce-development  workforce-training  labor  skilled-labor 
5 weeks ago by areadevelopment
Three Tips For Using Labor Market Data - Area Development
Labor market information is critical, but companies must know the uses and limitations of such data in order to select the optimal location for success.
area-development-features  Matt  economic-development  site-selection  data  workforce  labor  manufacturing 
7 weeks ago by areadevelopment
Manufacturing is firing on all cylinders, but a lack of skilled workers is squeezing the sector - CNBC
The U.S. manufacturing sector is booming — adding 350,000 jobs since President Donald Trump took office in January 2017. But while a strong economy is helping to bolster the industry, it's also being crunched by an increasingly tight labor market, leaving companies in short supply of workers they desperately need to meet capacity.
this-week-435  Around-the-web  Matt  manufacturing  advanced-manufacturing  jobs  labor  workforce  workforce-development  workforce-training  skilled-labor  skills-gap  economic-development  site-selection 
8 weeks ago by areadevelopment
Apprenticeship Program Hits New Hampshire Milestone - US News
A The New Hampshire Department of Labor says the 500th student in New Hampshire has completed a registered apprenticeship through a program in which community colleges work with employers in health care, manufacturing and other industries.
apprenticeships  education  labor  government-policy  new-hampshire  Around-the-web  community-colleges  this-week-435 
9 weeks ago by areadevelopment
Introducing Regional Underemployment - Chmura
The unemployment rate in the United States is at historically low levels, coming in at 3.9% for July 2018, with many observers suggesting the nation is now at full employment. Despite the low unemployment rate, some questions remain about the state of the workforce. For example, one question is “how is the employment being utilized?” Or to put it another way, just because people have jobs right now, does that mean they have good jobs? One way to measure employment utilization is to look at the underemployment rate.
labor  underemployment  demographics  Around-the-web  economic-analysis  regional-reports  skills-gap  this-week-435  insider-9-10-2018 
11 weeks ago by areadevelopment
Front Line: Union Activity Showing Recent Spikes - Area Development
Although unions’ influence in the U.S. has diminished over the last four decades, they are still playing a key role in manufacturing and, more recently, the distribution sector.
area-development-features  frontline  labor  workforce  unions  right-to-work  economic-development  site-selection  manufacturing 
12 weeks ago by areadevelopment
The Education and Labor departments were made for each other - The Washington Post
The Education Department was created not so long ago, in 1980. But from a labor force perspective, 1980 was a different epoch. Back then, two-thirds of jobs required no more than a high school education. Remarkably, 30 percent of good jobs were held by high school dropouts. Now, 55 percent of good jobs require at least a bachelor’s degree.
workforce-development  government-policy  education  labor  Around-the-web  this-week-430  sfp-insider-9-25-2018 
june 2018 by areadevelopment
The Art and Science of Assessing the Labor Market - Area Development
Only through a combination of data analysis (the science) and labor interviews (the art) can a company be sure of choosing a location where its workforce needs are satisfied now and in the future.
area-development-features  Matt  labor  labor-costs  skills-gap  skilled-labor  workforce  jobs  economic-development  site-selection  manufacturing 
june 2018 by areadevelopment
Minnesota Manufacturers Face Potential Labor Shortage - US News
An annual manufacturing survey by a Minnesota industry organization shows the sector may face labor shortages.
regional-reports  midwest  minnesota  u.s.-manufacturing  labor  labor-shortages  skilled-labor  skills-gap  Around-the-web  this-week-425 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
Tennessee Promise paying off - SSTI
New data analyzing the first cohort of Tennessee Promise students reveals a higher graduation rate and increased number of students earning a college credential when compared to the previous year’s non-Promise cohort. The program was proposed by Gov. Bill Haslam and approved in 2014, a part of the state Drive to 55 initiative, intended to increase the number of Tennesseans with a college degree or credential to 55 percent of the population by 2025. The Promise program was the
Tennessee  workforce-training  workforce-development  community-college  technical-schools  education  labor  Around-the-web  this-week-425  sfp-insider-6-13-2018 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
How Bad Is the Labor Shortage? Cities Will Pay You to Move There - WSJ
Towns with unfilled jobs are handing out money, student-debt relief and home-purchase assistance to lure potential employees–one by one
this-week-423  Around-the-web  Matt  workforce  jobs  labor  skilled-labor  skills-gap 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
The Future U.S. Workforce Calls for More Technology Skills - Council on Foreign Relations
The challenge facing the United States today is to rebuild the links among work, opportunity, and economic security for all Americans in the face of accelerating technological change.
this-week-422  Around-the-web  Matt  manufacturing  skilled-labor  skills-gap  labor  tech  technology  high-tech 
may 2018 by areadevelopment
Why Working on the Railroad Comes With a $25,000 Signing Bonus - WSJ
Tight labor market forces BNSF, Union Pacific to dangle big incentives from Missouri to Oregon.
this-week-422  Around-the-web  Matt  rail  rail-logitsics  railroad  workforce  jobs  logistics  labor 
april 2018 by areadevelopment
French Companies Have Newfound Freedom … to Fire - The New York Times
Just weeks after France’s labor overhaul went into effect, companies are readily taking advantage of new rules that make it easier to hire and fire. But the other changes, those designed to help cushion the blow like retraining programs, haven’t been put into place yet, leaving workers vulnerable to a coming wave of downsizing.
labor  labor-costs  organized-labor  workforce-training  government-policy  france  Around-the-web  this-week-411 
february 2018 by areadevelopment
Front Line: Will the Latest Round of Minimum Wage Increases Affect Employment Levels? - Area Development
Since the tight labor market has already pushed up wages, studies have shown an increase in the minimum wage will have minimal negative impact on employment levels.
area-development-features  Matt  economic-development  site-selection  manufacturing  workforce  labor  labor-costs  government-policy  frontline 
february 2018 by areadevelopment
Tale of two Rust Belts: Higher education is driving Rust Belt revival but risks abound - Brookings
In the last entry of this series, I explored how some communities in the Great Lakes-Rust Belt region have managed to leverage particular assets or adopt innovative economic development strategies–efforts that are succeeding in rebooting local economies for a new era. These places are successfully shaking off their “rust.”
Around-the-web  this-week-409  rust-belt  economic-development-news  regional-reports  workforce-development  midwest  education  labor  workforce-training 
january 2018 by areadevelopment
America's Perennial Failure At Worker Retraining - The Atlantic
The strategies used to help workers displaced by technology and globalization in the 1980s ultimately failed. So why do the country’s policymakers continue to resort to the same tactics?
this-week-309  Around-the-web  Matt  workforce  workforce-development  skilled-labor  labor  skills-gap  manufacturing  economic-development 
january 2018 by areadevelopment
How Millennial Workforce Trends Are Affecting Business - Area Development
Companies looking to hire millennials need to take into account their lifestyle and workplace preferences, while figuring out how to train them and integrate them into a multigenerational workforce.
area-development-features  Matt  millennials  economic-development  site-selection  workforce  labor  quality-of-life  workforce-training  urbanization  cities  Metros  tech-forum 
january 2018 by areadevelopment
Unions Are Dead? Why Competition Is Paying Off For America's Best Workers - Forbes
Companies that don't invest in talent management will be left behind," predicts Zillow's Rascoff. This is not just HR gobbledygook, this is mission-critical work." A mission that defines America's new labor reality.
this-week-309  Around-the-web  Matt  labor  workforce  unions  right-to-work  economic-development 
january 2018 by areadevelopment
Workforce Recruitment and Hiring Strategies - IndustryWeek
A gap of 20 million workers means it is imperative now for manufacturers to reach far beyond their traditional recruiting efforts if they want to survive.
this-week-407  Around-the-web  Matt  workforce  skilled-labor  labor  jobs  manufacturing  advanced-manufacturing  economic-development  workforce-development  workforce-training 
december 2017 by areadevelopment
The future American workforce will have a lot of jobs to fill, particularly in infrastructure - Brookings
Every couple years, economists at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) make their best educated guess by estimating what will be the fastest- and slowest-growing jobs nationally. Their latest release looks at how employment will change across hundreds of different occupations from 2016 to 2026; for instance, they project more home health aides will service the country’s aging population, more software developers will define the country’s increasingly digital economy, and more manufacturing workers will continue to disappear.
demographics  economic-indicator-reports  labor  jobs  Around-the-web  this-week-406 
december 2017 by areadevelopment
Manufacturing Workforce Certifications Will Help to Close the Skills Gap - Area Development
Promoting the pursuit of in-demand manufacturing certifications will result in a win-win situation for both the manufacturer and the community in which it chooses to locate.
area-development-features  Matt  workforce  manufacturing  skilled-labor  skills-gap  workforce-development  workforce-training  apprenticeships  economic-development  labor 
october 2017 by areadevelopment
2017 Top States Commentary: Availability of Existing Talent Should Also Be Taken into Account - Area Development
Shovel-ready sites, speed of permitting, and workforce development programs put the South in the lead, but taking availability of existing talent into account may have place more populous states higher in the rankings.
area-development-features  top-states-for-business  Matt  workforce  economic-development  site-selection  manufacturing  labor  skilled-labor 
september 2017 by areadevelopment
The Select Few Metros Where Wages Are Really Growing - Area Development
A recent analysis from Emsi suggests that the labor market might not be as tight as the data shows — or at least not tight enough for businesses in aggregate to significantly drive up wages.
area-development-features  Matt  leading-locations  labor  workforce  jobs 
july 2017 by areadevelopment
While Most Small Towns Languish, Some Flourish - Pew Charitable Trusts
By now, the demise of the American small town is a common tale. But even as most of them continue to lose residents, a few are adding them at a rapid clip.
this-week-391  Around-the-web  Matt  rural-economic-development  rural-economy  Metros  cities  jobs  workforce  labor  millennials  economic-development 
july 2017 by areadevelopment
In this part of the Midwest, the problem isn’t China. It’s too many jobs. - The Washington Post
With the U.S. unemployment rate at a 16-year low of 4.3 percent, employers across the country are dealing with a dearth of potential hires. Economists say that talent shortages are growing constraints on the country’s economic expansion, especially as millions of baby boomers enter retirement.
labor  workforce-development  workforce-aging  baby-boomers  skilled-labor  skills-gap  Around-the-web  this-week-390 
june 2017 by areadevelopment
Gleaning insights from ‘Talking Tax’ participants during these unpredictable times - Industrial insights - PwC
...the focus of which was the likelihood of tax and healthcare reform in 2017 and the potential impact of proposed policy changes on US manufacturers.
taxes-incentives  corporate-tax-reform  healthcare  Around-the-web  this-week-389  labor  labor-costs 
june 2017 by areadevelopment
Thinking Local: How to Find Manufacturing Talent - Area Development
The best answer to the skills-shortage question is that it depends on where you’re located, the positions you’re looking to fill - and perhaps most importantly, the compensation you’re willing to offer.
economic-development  site-selection  labor  manufacturing  advanced-manufacturing  skilled-labor  skills-gap  jobs  workforce  area-development-features 
may 2017 by areadevelopment
Do Jobs Follow People? This New Study Says: Sometimes - CityLab
According to a new study pulling numbers from 250 economic regions in Sweden, Norway, and Finland, it all depends on what kind of jobs are created.
this-week-388  Around-the-web  Matt  jobs  workforce  labor 
may 2017 by areadevelopment
How Technology Will Overcome Demographics - Area Development
As robotics continue to evolve in both agility and intelligence, the day may come when site selectors can take labor availability out of the location equation.
area-development-features  Matt  economic-development  site-selection  manufacturing  advanced-manufacturing  demographics  workforce  jobs  robotics  labor  skilled-labor  technology  tech  high-tech 
may 2017 by areadevelopment
Three reasons why manufacturing jobs are suited to millennials - Manufacturing Global
The manufacturing industry has a considerable employment hole to fill due to a looming skills gap. This is a daily fact we are coping with and are well aware of.
this-week-383  Around-the-web  Matt  manufacturing  millennials  workforce  jobs  workforce-development  skilled-labor  labor  skills-gap  economic-development  advanced-manufacturing 
april 2017 by areadevelopment
31st Annual Survey of Corporate Executives Commentary: Highway Access, Labor Skills and Costs Remain Primary Concerns - Area Development
Our findings align with those of the Corporate Survey; not only are highway access and labor skills and costs of the utmost importance in siting new facilities, but so are permitting and regulatory issues.
surveys  labor  labor-costs  highways  logistics  infrastructure  manufacturing  site-selection  economic-development  Matt  area-development-features 
april 2017 by areadevelopment
U.S. factory CEOs to Trump: Jobs exist; skills don't - Chicago Tribune
President Donald Trump brought two dozen manufacturing CEOs to the White House on Thursday and declared their collective commitment to restoring factory jobs lost to foreign competition.
this-week-379  Around-the-web  Matt  jobs  workforce  manufacturing  skilled-labor  skills-gap  labor  workforce-development  trump  economic-development 
february 2017 by areadevelopment
Strengthening the Workforce Bridge Between Community Colleges and Employers - EdSurge News
When one thinks of community colleges, one often pictures students, both young and young-at-heart, looking to hone skills to prepare them for further schooling or career opportunities. Yet a sometimes overlooked part of that community are local companies and businesses that hope—and need—to find skilled workers.
this-week-377  Around-the-web  Matt  education  public-private-partnerships  jobs  skilled-labor  workforce  workforce-development  labor  millennials 
february 2017 by areadevelopment
Elon Musk accuses the UAW of paying an employee to unionize Tesla - The Verge
As California’s largest manufacturing employer and a company that has created thousands of quality jobs here in the Bay Area, this is not the first time we have been the target of a professional union organizing effort such as this.
Around-the-web  Matt  tesla  jobs  labor  workplace  manufacturing  elon-musk  california  pacific-states  electric-vehicle  tech 
february 2017 by areadevelopment
Why Apprenticeships Are Back - CityLab
Employers need skilled workers; young people want a path to a good job without accruing lots of debt. Twenty years ago, a manufacturing worker might have operated a machine on a factory floor. Today, that worker would need to understand not only how to operate the machine, but also how to program and maintain it. Similarly, many health care workers, such as medical coders and health information managers, now need to know IT as well as the basics of medicine.
this-week-376-top  Around-the-web  Matt  workforce  workforce-training  education  labor  economic-development  apprenticeships  manufacturing 
february 2017 by areadevelopment
Wake up, Illinois. You're surrounded. - Chicago Tribune
To chants from union protesters, new Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens signed legislation Monday making Missouri the 28th right-to-work state in the nation. Republican House. Republican Senate. Republican governor. Done, done, done.
this-week-376  Around-the-web  Matt  illinois  midwest  missouri  right-to-work  unions  labor  workforce  site-selection  economic-development  jobs 
february 2017 by areadevelopment
As Trump Stresses Manufacturing Jobs, How Important Are Labor Costs for Automakers? - CNBC
American consumers pay an average of $35,000 for their new car, truck, or crossover. But what does that sum actually cover? And with President Donald Trump's border tax threats that could add 20 percent to the price of any car manufactured outside America, exactly how crucial are labor costs to consumers — and automakers?
this-week-376  Around-the-web  Matt  automotive-industry  manufacturing  labor-costs  labor  workforce 
february 2017 by areadevelopment
The New Face of American Unemployment - Bloomberg
As the U.S. labor force crests again, a new complex of problems locks many Americans out of the workplace.
this-week-376  Around-the-web  Matt  jobs  workforce  workforce-development  labor 
february 2017 by areadevelopment
‘Right-to-work’ movement claims victory in Missouri, eyes NH next - Fox News
Republican Governor Eric Greitens signed legislation on Monday making Missouri the latest “right-to-work” state, as the growing movement sets its sights next on New Hampshire, hoping to break into one of the labor unions’ last remaining strongholds.
this-week-376  Around-the-web  right-to-work  unions  workforce  labor  economic-development  missouri  midwest  manufacturing 
february 2017 by areadevelopment
Should “Urbanization” Drive the Location Decision? - Area Development
Companies have been following the millennial talent pipeline to the urban locales this population cohort prefers, but as this group ages their lifestyle preferences — and your company’s location choices — may change.
area-development-features  Matt  workforce  office  labor  millennials  urban-revitalization  site-selection  urbanization 
january 2017 by areadevelopment
Critical Site Selection Factor #6: Labor Costs - Area Development
How labor cost impacts total cost depends on the type of project being considered—headquarters, data centers, call centers/back office, retail, warehouse/distribution, manufacturing, etc.
area-development-features  site-selection  site-selection-factors  labor  labor-costs  workforce  manufacturing 
november 2016 by areadevelopment
Skilled Talent: It's at Your Fingertips. As Organizations Report the Highest Talent Shortage Since 2007, Employers Look to Develop Their Own Workforces to Fill In-Demand Roles - ManPower Group
Forty percent of employers globally report difficulties filling jobs due to lack of available talent. More employers than ever are filling talent gaps by training and developing their own people - this number has more than doubled since 2015, from one in five to over half
demographics  labor  jobs  skilled-labor  skills-gap  workforce-development  Around-the-web  this-week-367 
october 2016 by areadevelopment
The State of American Jobs - Pew Research Center
How the shifting economic landscape is reshaping work and society and affecting the way people think about the skills and training they need to get ahead
skilled-labor  workforce-development  labor  jobs  Around-the-web  this-week-367  industry-organizations 
october 2016 by areadevelopment
The Housing Bubble Explains Today's Odd Labor Shortage - Bloomberg View
If the labor market is close to full employment, as some people argue, why isn't wage growth higher? For one possible explanation, we can look at a similar dynamic that played out during the housing bubble.
this-week-365  Around-the-web  Matt  labor  housing 
october 2016 by areadevelopment
Looking to Canada to Satisfy Your Workforce Needs - Area Development
With six out of 10 CIOs believing skills shortages will prevent their organizations from keeping up with the speed of change, the solution might be closer than expected. One needs only to look up.
economic-development  site-selection  workforce  location-canada  canada  manufacturing  labor 
september 2016 by areadevelopment
Governmental incentives to combat long-term unemployment - Deloitte Tax
Taking a closer look at the trends and highlights various federal and state programs that provide tax-related benefits to companies that act to hire people within the long-term unemployment population.
taxes-incentives  unemployment-statistics  labor  long-term-unemployment  government-policy  Around-the-web  this-week-362 
august 2016 by areadevelopment
Small Manufacturers: Dealing with the New Overtime Rules Challenge - Area Development
In order to comply with the new rules, small and mid-tier manufacturers may opt to increase salaries or cut OT hours and increase workforce productivity, among other strategies. For many, there will be a wait-and-see approach while absorbing the initial shock.
area-development-features  Matt  manufacturing  labor  labor-costs  workforce 
august 2016 by areadevelopment
By The Numbers: The U.S. Has 12 Million Manufacturing Workers; China Has Ten Times That Number -- 114 Million
While the number of manufacturing workers in the United States fell by 2,952,000 from 2002 through 2013, the number of manufacturing workers in China surged by an incredible 27,696,736, according to data compiled from China by The Conference Board.
china  labor  demographics  manufacturing  business-globalization  Around-the-web  this-week-357 
july 2016 by areadevelopment
Women in the U.S. Workforce - The Globalist
The U.S. labor force participation rate for women as of mid-2015 was higher than only six of the 34 advanced economies of the OECD.
women-in-manufacturing  cf-women  labor  demographics  Around-the-web  this-week-356 
june 2016 by areadevelopment
How Labor Standards Can Be Good for Growth - HBR
On the day of President Obama’s speech, Nike put out a statement that it “fully supports the inclusion of strong labor provisions” in the TPP because they “create economic growth that benefits everyone.” This is not a common view among trade economists or policy-makers.
this-week-351  Around-the-web  matt  obama  labor  workplace  manufacturing 
april 2016 by areadevelopment
U.S. manufacturing still weak; labor market flexes muscle - Reuters
The resilience of the labor market has helped calm fears the economy was heading into a recession, and the combination of tightening labor market conditions and firming inflation likely keeps the Federal Reserve on course to steadily raise interest rates this year.
this-week-347  Around-the-web  Matt  manufacturing  workforce  labor 
march 2016 by areadevelopment
Corporate Executive Survey Commentary: Which Location Factors Are Top of Mind? - Area Development
Labor, costs, and accessibility always take precedence, but as the war for talent continues, quality of life has gained in importance, while unionization rates are less of an issue for knowledge workers.
surveys  site-selection  Matt  consultants  workforce  labor  quality-of-life 
march 2016 by areadevelopment
Workers are the Biggest Asset in the Evolving Manufacturing Industry - Fortune
The instruction manual for a typical CNC mill – the modern equivalent of a lathe that chisels parts from hunks of metal – is 200 pages long. The machine requires one to two years of training to operate, and those qualified to run it earn wages comparable to teachers or many others with bachelor’s degrees. Manufacturing has changed.
this-week-342  Around-the-web  Matt  manufacturing  workforce  labor 
february 2016 by areadevelopment
Investing in Workforce Benefits Employers and Their Communities - Area Development
Training provided by a state or community is valuable in bringing a workforce up to speed, but so is the creation of a “culture of learning” in an individual company.
economic-development  site-selection  workforce  workforce-development  Matt  manufacturing  workforce-training  labor 
january 2016 by areadevelopment
The Real Reason On-Demand Startups Are Reclassifying Workers - TechCrunch
Over the past several months, a handful of on-demand startups reclassified their independent contractors as employees. Others have publicly acknowledged they’re considering the same move, and have been hailed as the “next generation” of the sharing economy: one that takes care of its workers.
workforce  labor  this-week-332  Around-the-web  Matt  startup 
november 2015 by areadevelopment
To continue manufacturing advance, Kentucky needs workers - Kentucky.com
Kentucky has a long history of being home to a strong manufacturing sector. For example, the state boasts Toyota's largest vehicle manufacturing plant in North America which — a quarter of a century, 10 million cars, and 7,000 jobs later — is still going strong.
this-week-331  Around-the-web  Matt  manufacturing  workforce  jobs  kentucky  south  workforce-development  labor  toyota 
november 2015 by areadevelopment
Critical Site Selection Factor #6: Labor Costs Vary by Project & Location - Area Development
Labor costs are usually manufacturers biggest cost factor, but the rise of e-commerce has made these costs more important for distribution centers as well.
site-selection  site-selection-factors  economic-development  Matt  labor  labor-costs  workforce  manufacturing  e-commmerce  distribution-centers 
november 2015 by areadevelopment
Puzzling Trends in the U.S. Labor Market - The Globalist
While there is raging dispute over the numbers game, many experts nevertheless acknowledge that funny things are happening in the U.S. labor force.

For example, in a down economy, one puzzling fact for economists has been that, although the percentage of unemployed Americans has declined, the official rate of employed Americans has also been declining, to the point where the employment rate is at its lowest level since 1983.
labor  demographics  economic-indicator-reports  economic-indicator-reports-analysis  Around-the-web 
october 2015 by areadevelopment
Why Suburban Companies Are Moving to Downtowns - GlobeSt.com
or all the talk of residential, retail and hotels moving into urban cores, some industry watchers report a wave of suburban companies moving their headquarters downtown or establishing second offices in city centers to bolster hiring and enhance employee retention. Studies show Millennials, in particular, are driving the trend toward alternative transportation issues like Uber and Divvy bikes because they don’t want to own a car.’
urban-revitalization  corporate-headquarters  labor  Millennials  workforce-migration  quality-of-life  Around-the-web  this-week-326 
october 2015 by areadevelopment
Are Robots Really Taking Jobs? - Automation World
As robots moved from science fiction to industrial reality, the biggest complaint about them was that they eliminated good jobs. However, evidence is beginning to mount that this isn’t the case.
automation  manufacturing-automation  labor  workforce-development  labor-costs  skilled-labor  advanced-manufacturing  this-week-326  Around-the-web 
october 2015 by areadevelopment
Research: Technology Is Only Making Social Skills More Important - Harvard Business Review
Although the jury is still out about robots stealing jobs, the pace at which AI and deep learning technologies have been advancing isn’t ebbing concerns over a future of disappearing work. As machines increasingly perform complex tasks once thought to be safely reserved for humans, the question has become harder to shrug off: What jobs will be left for people?
automation  advanced-manufacturing  labor  workforce-development  Around-the-web  this-week-322 
september 2015 by areadevelopment
$15 Minimum Wage Threatens 5.3 Million US Manufacturing Jobs - Forbes
There’s three ways that manufacturing jobs can be affected by an increased minimum wage. One, like the service jobs, is simply that employers automate more or try other ways of simply using less labour. But there’s two more which affect manufacturing in a manner that services are not subject to.
u.s.-manufacturing  minimum-wage  labor  labor-costs  Around-the-web  this-week-321 
september 2015 by areadevelopment
U.S. manufacturers prevail upon parents to hire in-demand kids - Reuters
The future of manufacturing in the U.S. will largely be shaped by the strength of the U.S. dollar, energy costs and the outcome of trade deals such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership. But companies face a human challenge too - how to recruit young Americans to replace millions of Baby Boom-generation employees retiring over the next decade.
this-week-321  Around-the-web  Matt  workforce  workforce-development  labor  skills-gap  manufacturing 
september 2015 by areadevelopment
Aerospace Skills Gap: Workforce Declines, As Talent Needs Increase - Area Development
Although the number of U.S. aerospace workers is shrinking, the skills need has increased, and a gap exists as older, experienced workers leave the labor force.
area-development-features  Matt  Aerospace  advanced-industries  manufacturing  workforce  workforce-development  labor  skills-gap  skilled-labor  STEM 
september 2015 by areadevelopment
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