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Nebraska Workforce Trends
Nebraska Workforce Trends is monthly news magazine containing information about the Nebraska economy with feature articles spotlighting the uses of labor market information. Nebraska Workforce Trends is an online only publication.
Nebraska Labor Availability Studies
“Labor availability” describes how many people within a given area are available and willing to take on a new job. The Nebraska Departments of Economic Development and Labor have collaborated on projects designed to measure labor availability in selected regions of Nebraska.
The resulting reports feature detailed geography and demographics, regional commuting patterns, skills and education of the area's labor force, hours worked and compensation/benefits expectations, analysis of what entices workers to seek new employment or change jobs, and analysis of barriers to improving employment experienced by area workers.
Contain a variety of labor market information, including a demographic review, labor force data, employment by industry and occupation, and employment projections.
Graduate Outcomes in Nebraska
Examines where 2011-2012 graduates are working in the first quarter of 2013. The analysis includes demographics, wages, industry information, and more.
The occupational profiles provide a career overview of an occupation in Nebraska. Each profile features general information about the occupation including knowledge, skills, and abilities combined with wages and the projected job outlook.
The Nebraska Occupational and Industry Projections Publication gives an overview and analysis of the projections by industry or occupation. Several tables and graphs are included for each type of projection along with written narrative. This narrative gives more details of occupations or industries as well as regional highlights.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Occupations Poster
This poster highlights select Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Occupation in Nebraska. Annual Openings, wages, and typical educational requirement data is provided for each occupation.
Career Ladder Posters
The 2014 career ladder posters demonstrate a career path that could be pursued to acquire a high-skill, high-paying occupation with growth potential in Nebraska. Each poster focuses on approximately twelve in-demand occupations within a specific career cluster.
Wages for Nebraska's Metropolitan Statistical Areas (Omaha, Lincoln, Grand Island, Sioux City), Omaha Consortium, Nebraska Statewide and its Regions (Northeast, Southeast, Central, Mid Plains, Sandhills and Panhandle).
This publication results from the 2006 Nebraska Employee Benefits Survey. The report contains information about paid time off, retirement, insurance, and miscellaneous benefits. Information is available by business size, industry, and regional location for both full-time and part-time workers.