Healthcare Sector Profile for the Baton Rouge RLMA Parishes. Employment and Wage Trends 1 St Quarter 2013 for the Healthcare Sector by Parish

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1 Healthcare Sector Profile for the Baton Rouge RLMA es The Labor Market information (LMI) division of Research and Statistics helps provide information on various sectors in the regional economy. Reports and tables presented here can be accessed through our website at Data has been provided at the parish level where possible. Employment and Wage Trends 1 St Quarter 2013 for the Healthcare Sector by This report is based on quarterly tax returns from all employers covered by unemployment insurance. Average Establishments by industry, Average employment by industry and total wages that employers have paid in the quarter are presented in the following tables. Average Establishments The table below illustrates the number of firms that are in the Healthcare sector in each of the eleven Baton Rouge RLMA parishes. Share of the number of establishments in the Healthcare Sector to all establishments in the parish provides information on the size of the sector. Of the 22 industry sectors, the Healthcare Sector makes up o 9.48% of the Industrial make-up in Baton Rouge RLMA es o 7.88% in Ascension o 9.81% in East Baton Rouge o 8.98% in East Feliciana o 7.44% in Iberville o 8.08% in Livingston o 8.33% in Pointe Coupee o 9.68% in St. Helena o 11.57% in Tangipahoa o 11.54% in Washington o 5.21% in West Baton Rouge o 8.24% in West Feliciana 1 P age

2 Average Establishments in Healthcare, 1 st Qtr Avg. Establishments Health Care and Social Assistance Industry Percent in Health Care and Social Assistance Related Establishments Total Avg. Establishments in all Industries Total 2, % 25,004 Ascension % 2,438 East Baton Rouge 1, % 14,510 East Feliciana % 323 Iberville % 726 Livingston % 1,967 Pointe Coupee % 492 St. Helena % 124 Tangipahoa % 2,731 Washington % 754 West Baton Rouge % 672 West Feliciana % P age

3 Average Establishments in Healthcare, 1 st Qtr P age

4 Average Employment The number of people employed in the specific sector illustrates the number of skilled workforce employed in that sector. Of the 22 industry sectors, the Healthcare Sector employs o 60,886 workers in the Baton Rouge RLMA o 3,502 workers in Ascension o 39,348 workers in East Baton Rouge o 1,730 workers in East Feliciana o 732 workers in Iberville o 2,014 workers in Livingston o 698 workers in Pointe Coupee o 355 workers in St. Helena o 9,302 workers in Tangipahoa o 2,341 workers in Washington o 430 workers in West Baton Rouge o 434 workers in West Feliciana Number Employed in Healthcare, 1 st Qtr Employment in Healthcare Percentage Employment All NAICS Total 60, % 413,341 Ascension 3, % 37,918 East Baton Rouge 39, % 259,596 East Feliciana 1, % 4,620 Iberville % 13,509 Livingston 2, % 23,181 Pointe Coupee % 4,953 St. Helena % 1,322 Tangipahoa 9, % 41,123 Washington 2, % 9,826 West Baton Rouge % 11,495 West Feliciana % 5,798 4 P age

5 Number Employed in Healthcare, 1 st Qtr P age

6 Total Wages Wages earned by people in the Healthcare Sector defines the contribution of the industry into the local economy. In the first quarter of 2013 The Healthcare Sector has contributed o Over million dollars in the Baton Rouge RLMA o Over 28 million dollars in Ascension o Over million dollars in East Baton Rouge o Over 16.3 thousand dollars in East Feliciana o Over 4.4 million dollars in Iberville o Over 13.7 million dollars in Livingston o Over 4.9 million dollars in Pointe Coupee o Over 2.3 thousand dollars in St. Helena o Over 86 million dollars in Tangipahoa o Over 17.4 million dollars in Washington o Over 2.5 million dollars in West Baton Rouge o Over 3.1 million dollars in West Feliciana Wage Data for Healthcare Sector, 1 st Qtr Wages in Healthcare Percent Wages All Industries Avg. Weekly Wage Healthcare TOTAL $590,337, % $4,647,276,157 $746 Ascension $28,090, % $464,606,709 $617 East Baton Rouge $411,127, % $3,059,530,695 $804 East Feliciana $16,357, % $42,347,432 $727 Iberville $4,477, % $196,242,509 $471 Livingston $13,742, % $199,938,234 $525 Pointe Coupee $4,911, % $38,417,341 $541 St. Helena $2,369, % $10,221,552 $514 Tangipahoa $86,064, % $348,015,898 $712 Washington $17,454, % $84,515,794 $574 West Baton Rouge $2,561, % $125,795,258 $458 West Feliciana $3,180, % $77,644,735 $564 6 P age

7 Average Weekly Wages in Healthcare Sector, 1 st Qtr P age

8 Job Openings in the Baton Rouge RLMA es by Industry Sector in the Last Three Months Number of current job openings in the region shows the current demand for workforce in the region. The table below breaks down the number of job openings posted by employers in the Baton Rouge RLMA by Industry percent of all job postings in the Baton Rouge RLMA parishes were in the Healthcare Sector Industry Sector Description Total Job Openings Total Job Referrals Accommodation and Food Services % Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt., Remediation 3, % Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting 1, % Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation % Healthcare 1, % Education Services % Federal Government % Finance and Insurance 4, % Health Care and Social Assistance 1, % Information % Local Government, Exc. Education, Hospitals % Management of Companies and Enterprises % Manufacturing (31-33) % Manufacturing (31-33) % Manufacturing (31-33) % Mining % Other Services (except Public Admin.) % Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc 1, % Public Administration % Real Estate and Rental and Leasing % Retail Trade (44 & 45) % Retail Trade (44 & 45) % Transportation and Warehousing (48 & 49) 1, % Transportation and Warehousing (48 & 49) % Unclassified establishments % Utilities % Wholesale Trade % Report Totals 22, % 8 P age

9 Healthcare Sector Job Openings by Job Title in the Baton Rouge RLMA for the Last Three Months The following table shows the top 20 occupations in the Healthcare sector that were posted in the Baton Rouge RLMA with information on the wages employers are offering for these jobs. Job Title Occupation Description (O*Net) Pos Min Wage Personal Care Assistant (PCA), Care Giver Personal Care Aides 315 $15,788 Life Insurance Agent, Agent Insurance Sales Agents 164 $41,226 Admin Support Clerk, Office Manager, Front office Personnel Construction Carpenters 150 $27,625 Home Health Aid Home Health Aides 145 $15,881 Marketing, Fund Raising Director Marketing Managers 77 $47,864 Manager, Care Manager, Senior Care Manager Managers, All Other 65 $41,250 LPN 's and VPN's Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 64 $28,705 Medical Assistant, Phlebotomy Technician Medical Assistants 47 $19,361 Receptionist, Front Desk, Office Assistant Receptionists and Information Clerks 33 $16,870 Radiology Technologist Assistant, PSH Screener, Clinical Learning Specialist, Patient Registration Floater Healthcare Support Workers, All Other 27 $41,277 Child Care Assistant, Infant Teacher, After School and Summer Camp Teacher Childcare Workers 27 $15,822 Parent/Youth Support Specialist, Life Skills Coach Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other 22 $41,437 Dental Assistant Dental Assistants 19 $21,557 Appointment/Surgery Scheduler, Registration Floater, Precert Clerk Medical Secretaries 19 $19,576 Custodian, Housekeeper, Floor Specialist, EVS Specialist Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners 18 $15,975 Registered Nurse, RN Case Manager-RN, PRN Pre-Op RN Registered Nurses 17 $42,130 Admit Assistant, Appointment Scheduler, Admin Support Clerk, Follow-Up Specialist Office Clerks, General 17 $16,340 Housekeeper, Cleaning Maid Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners 15 $15,817 Behavioral Health Professional, Counselor, Mental Health Professional Mental Health Counselors 14 $23,541 Nursing Assistants, Whirlpool Aides Nursing Assistant 12 $16,182 9 P a g e

10 Baton Rouge RLMA: 2014 Projected Employment by Industry The short-term Industry forecasts developed by the Louisiana Workforce commission in conjunction with driver firms across Louisiana suggest that employment in the Healthcare Industry is poised to grow by 7.2% in the Baton Rouge RLMA. Industry Sectors 2011 Average Employment 2014 Projected Employment Employment Change 2014 Percent Change 2014 Health Care and Social Assistance 56,892 60,978 4, % Ambulatory health care services 20,236 22,276 2, % Hospitals 19,652 20, % Nursing and residential care facilities 7,045 7, % Baton Rouge RLMA: 2020 Projected Employment by Industry The long-term Industry forecasts developed by the Louisiana Workforce commission in conjunction with driver firms across Louisiana suggest that employment in the Healthcare Industry is poised to grow by 21.6% in the Baton Rouge RLMA. Industry Sectors Health Care and Social Assistance Ambulatory health care services 2010 Employment Average 2020 Projected Employment Employment Change Through 2020 Percent Change Through ,943 68,053 12, % 19,898 25,366 5, % Hospitals 19,577 23,572 3, % Nursing and residential care facilities 6,974 7, % 10 P a g e

11 Baton Rouge RLMA: Projections to 2020 of the High- Demand Occupations by Most Significant Source of Education or Training High demand occupations by the most significant education level and training are compiled using the long term projections for each region and the underlying staffing pattern for each Industry. The tables below show the most common occupations by education level the Healthcare Industry requires sorted by total Annual openings. Baton Rouge RLMA Top Healthcare Occupations for Bachelor s Degree Star Rating Bachelor s Degree Growing Occupations Annual Openings Mean Hourly Entry Level Wage Financial Managers 50 $27.86 Marketing Managers 20 $23.01 Social and Community Service Managers 20 $18.87 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists 20 $14.75 Occupational Health Safety Specialists 10 $23.79 Purchasing Managers 10 $20.99 Health Educators 10 $14.92 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers 10 $8.69 Child, Family, and School Social Workers 20 $11.23 Probation Officers and Correctional Treatment Specialists 10 $15.18 Baton Rouge RLMA Top Healthcare Occupations for Master s Degree Star Rating Master s Degree Growing Occupations Annual Openings Mean Hour Entry Level Wage Occupational Therapists 20 $22.35 Educational, Vocational, and School Counselors 60 $19.45 Speech-Language Pathologists 20 $19.45 Medical and Public Health Social Workers 20 $12.09 Physician Assistants 10 $23.69 Instructional Coordinators 10 $11.32 Mental Health Counselors 10 $ P a g e

12 Baton Rouge RLMA Top Healthcare Occupations for Doctoral Degree Star Rating Doctoral Degree Growing Occupations Annual Openings Mean Hour Entry Level Wage Pharmacists 40 $40.77 Physical Therapists 20 $26.86 Family and General Practitioners 10 $38.04 Dentists, General 10 $47.61 Veterinarians 10 $16.68 Star Rating Baton Rouge RLMA Top Healthcare Occupations for Associate s Degree Associate s Degree Growing Occupations Annual Openings Mean Hour Entry Level Wage Registered Nurses 330 $20.25 Radiologic Technologists and Technicians 30 $18.64 Respiratory Therapists 20 $19.48 Diagnostic Medical Sonographers 10 $19.95 Dental Hygienists 10 $16.04 Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health 10 $13.57 Physical Therapist Assistants 10 $10.61 Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians 20 $11.50 Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians 10 $9.91 Veterinary Technologists and Technicians 20 $9.50 Star Rating Baton Rouge RLMA Top Healthcare Occupations for Post-Secondary Education Postsecondary Non-Degree Award Growing Occupations Annual Openings Mean Hour Entry Level Wage Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 220 $13.80 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and Operating Workers 60 $16.75 Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics 20 $11.61 Medical Records and Health Information Technicians 30 $9.12 Surgical Technologists 10 $12.59 Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants 130 $7.78 Library Technicians 30 $9.06 Dental Assistants 20 $ P a g e

13 Star Rating Baton Rouge RLMA Top Healthcare Occupations for High School Degree Equivalent Occupations High School Degree Growing Occupations Annual Openings Mean Hourly Entry Level Wage Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services 110 $8.57 Social and Human Service Assistants 40 $8.90 Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks 20 $11.39 Police, Fire, and Ambulance Dispatchers 10 $11.36 Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors 10 $9.22 Medical Assistants 60 $9.31 Pharmacy Technicians 40 $10.46 Data Entry Personnel 20 $9.82 Medical Secretaries 20 $9.41 Dental Laboratory Technicians 10 $9.94 Child Care Workers 100 $7.61 Star Rating Baton Rouge RLMA Top Healthcare Occupations for Less Than High School Less Than High School Degree Occupations Annual Openings Mean Hourly Entry Level Wage Stock Clerks and Order Fillers 140 $7.81 Landscaping and Grounds keeping Workers 130 $7.89 Food Preparation Workers 310 $7.59 Personal and Home Care Aides 270 $7.59 Home Health Aides 160 $7.63 Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners 90 $7.60 Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants and Bartender Helpers 60 $ P a g e

14 Unemployment Insurance Claims June of 2011 through August 2013 in the Baton Rouge RLMA 14 P age

15 Sources: 1: Labor Market Information 2020 Occupation Projections (revised 2012) 2: Labor Market Information 2020 Occupation Projections (revised 2012). Annual openings are new jobs plus replacements by occupation. 3: Core Healthcare Occupations are those primarily related to the Healthcare industry. 4: Support Healthcare Occupations are those that show a demand in other industry sectors including Healthcare. Annual Openings show the demand for these occupations by all Industries in Region 1. The occupational projections were produced by analysts in the Labor Market Information Unit of the Research and Statistics Division of the Louisiana Workforce Commission. Refinement to the industry and occupational projections were provided by the LSU Division of Economic Development and Forecasting. Analysis uses industry staffing patterns data to review historical trends and to project future employment growth or decline of an occupation within a geographical area. Labor Market Information address: This public document is published at a cost of five cents per copy. 500 copies of this public document may be published in this first printing at a cost of $ This document was published by the Louisiana Workforce Commission to provide occupational information to the public. This material was printed using standards for printing by state agencies pursuant to R.S. 43:31. An Equal Opportunity Employer/Program Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with di sabilities TDD # P a g e

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