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Archived Past Events
Start Date: 5/23/2018End Date: 5/23/2018Time: 1:00 PM ~ 2:15 PM ET
Disability statistics can be a powerful tool to increase our collective understanding of the barriers faced by the disability population in the workforce. This webinar provides an overview of current and historical disability employment trends and highlights how front-line practitioners have successfully applied existing data resources to serve customers.
Start Date: 8/29/2017End Date: 8/29/2017Time: 1:00 PM ~ 2:30 PM ET
Please join us for the H-1B TechHire (TH) webinar on “Leveraging Labor Market Information to Better Understand Trends in Tech-Based Careers.” This webinar will provide an opportunity to better understand how labor market information can offer key insights into the skills, credentials, and other trends relevant to tech-based careers under H-1B industries and occupations.
Start Date: 6/22/2016End Date: 6/22/2016Time: 1:00 PM ~ 1:30 PM ET
On June 22, 2016, from 1:00 – 1:30 PM (EST), the Employment and Training Administration's Division of Youth Services will host a webinar entitled GetMyFuture: Getting Career and Job Information into the Hands of Youth. Webinar participants will get a brief, virtual demonstration of GetMyFuture.org, a mobile-friendly web application (app) that helps youth plan their careers, explore education and training options, and search and apply for jobs.
Start Date: 2/26/2016End Date: 2/26/2016Time: 2:00 PM ~ 3:00 PM ET
This session will explore how to understand the nature of an area’s potential workforce, and how demographic and workforce supply data can effect marketing and recruitment. Erin Sullivan, Program Manager from World Business Chicago will share their methodology for understanding the city’s micro-demographics and how they used that information to develop marketing strategies for their “1000 Jobs” manufacturing initiative.
Start Date: 6/2/2015End Date: 6/2/2015Time: 2:00 PM ~ 3:30 PM ET
Over the last decade, numerous state and local workforce systems have worked to align and organize their strategies and service delivery around targeted industry sectors and the workforce needs of employers in those sectors. The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) places significant emphasis upon industry sector strategies that are informed by real-time labor market analysis and high-quality labor market information (LMI).