Federally funded resources are available that house data and information on all of the occupations in the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) and O'Net classifications. These data and information are available in MyNextMove.org, MySkillsMyFuture.org, and CareerOneStop. From these sources we provide general information about each occupation, the skills and certifications associated with them, and the training programs associated with each of the occupations. The sources are attributed on the site when these data are displayed.
The Web Site contains data provided by Burning Glass which indicates the number of jobs postings in Indiana for each occupation (currently from January 2013 to October 2014), the baseline and specialized skills employers are seeking, and the certifications employers are requesting/requiring. The data are available for 11 regions in Indiana. These data, along with data on the earnings associated with each occupation, are good indicators of jobs that are in high (or Low) demand and the earnings potential associated with them.
For some of the occupations, there are data available on the status of recent Indiana college graduates from programs associated with the occupations. IWIS provides the numbers of graduates in these fields, their employment status and earnings a year after graduation, and whether they continued enrollment the following year - pursuing an advance degree. These data provide a good sense of the immediate employment gains for certain training programs. They are also useful to gauge the supply of graduates in certain fields relative to occupations that are in high demand. These data are only available for public colleges in Indiana, and for programs that have 10 or more graduates.
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