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1 Tomorrow s Jobs: The Best Career Opportunities in West Virginia Through 2016 Prepared for West Virginia Economic Development Council s 2010 Legislative Meeting Economic Development Meeting Our Workforce Needs Sectors in Need of Skilled Labor Presented by Kelley Goes Cabinet Secretary West Virginia Department of Commerce January 27, 2010

2 Table of Contents Summary Statements... 1 Part 1: West Virginia s Projected Workforce, 2006 to Part 2: Fastest Growing Occupations in West Virginia... 3 Part 3: West Virginia s 24 In Demand Occupations... 8 Part 4: What West Virginia Workers Earn, by the Minimum Training and Education their Jobs Require Part 5: Fastest Declining Occupations in West Virginia through Part 6: Fastest Growing Occupations Nationally by Education Required Part 7: Good Jobs Currently Available In West Virginia Bibliography i

3 Summary Statements 75% of all job openings in West Virginia through 2016 will be to fill existing positions. The other 25% will be new jobs ones that did not exist before and nearly 60% of these will require at least a two year degree. The best return on investment in education may be a two year Associate degree; occupations that typically require a minimum of a two year degree pay 95% of those that requires a Bachelors degree pays. Some jobs will disappear; 80% of these only require on the job. Even today there are great jobs available in West Virginia if you have the right education, and experience. 1

4 Part 1: West Virginia s Projected Workforce, 2006 to 2016 Issues Related Handouts: None West Virginia s workforce is projected to grow from 785,000 in 2006 to 835,000 in ly through 2016, there will be nearly 24,000 job openings throughout the state. 75% of the job openings will be to replace existing workers; this occurs when someone leaves a job and someone else is hired to do the same thing. 25% of the job openings will be to fill brand new jobs; this occurs when a job is created where one did not previously exist. 2

5 Part 2: Fastest Growing Occupations in West Virginia Related Handouts: (1) Table titled 100 Fastest Growing Occupations in WV, and (2) Minimum Education & Training Requirements for 100 Fastest Growing and Declining Occupations We looked at the 100 fastest growing occupations in West Virginia through ly, 5,200 jobs should available in these 100 occupations. 53% (2,800) of these will be new jobs, where one did not exist before. 47% (2,400) of these will be replacement jobs, or replacing someone who left. 58% will require at least a two year college degree. The most common requirements will be: Bachelor s degree (36%) Moderate on the job (19%) Associate s degree (11%) 3

6 100 Fastest Growing Occupations in West Virginia, Includes 2007 WV Wages and Minimum Education Requirements Ranked by Percent Growth Rate from 2006 to 2016 Index WV In- Demand Job* Occupational Category Job Title 2006 Emp 2016 Emp Growth Replacement Total Growth % Entry Level Wage '07 Overall Average Wage '07 Experienced Wage '07 Minimum Education/Training Required 1 Yes Computer & Math Network Systems & Data Communications Analysts 745 1, $32,650 $47,110 $60,120 Bachelor's degree 2 Yes Computer & Math Computer Software Engineers, Applications $51,070 $67,500 $79,590 Bachelor's degree 3 Install, Maint, & Repair Aircraft Mechanics & Service Technicians 727 1, $39,140 $42,830 $51,330 Postsecondary vocational award 4 Production Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, & Systems Assembler $30,090 $40,110 $49,160 Moderate-term on-the-job 5 Yes Healthcare Support Medical Assistants 2,191 2, $17,930 $21,780 $24,310 Moderate-term on-the-job 6 Yes Healthcare Support Home Health Aides 5,034 6, $13,850 $15,910 $17,470 Short-term on-the-job 7 Architect & Engineer Aerospace Engineers $61,890 $78,610 $94,560 Bachelor's degree 8 Healthcare Support Physical Therapist Assistants $31,880 $37,280 $44,550 Associate degree 9 Yes Personal Care & Service Personal & Home Care Aides 5,737 7, $13,740 $15,590 $17,220 Short-term on-the-job 10 Legal Court Reporters $38,220 $42,100 $48,670 Postsecondary vocational award 11 Community & Social Services Substance Abuse & Behavioral Disorder Counselors $28,770 $35,600 $39,040 Bachelor's degree 12 Yes Protective Service Correctional Officers & Jailers 2,366 3, $22,620 $29,950 $34,470 Moderate-term on-the-job 13 Life, Phys& Soc Science Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists & Geographers $39,120 $63,420 $78,740 Master's degree 14 Yes Computer & Math Computer Systems Analysts 998 1, $41,660 $60,370 $74,810 Bachelor's degree 15 Yes Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Dental Hygienists 912 1, $34,640 $43,930 $53,470 Associate degree 4 16 Yes Healthcare Support Dental Assistants 1,359 1, $20,330 $25,540 $29,410 Moderate-term on-the-job 17 Computer & Math Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software $41,960 $58,260 $72,820 Bachelor's degree 18 Business & Financial Financial Analysts $40,700 $59,860 $67,950 Bachelor's degree 19 Yes Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Pharmacy Technicians 2,199 2, $18,120 $22,720 $25,870 Moderate-term on-the-job 20 Yes Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Physical Therapists 1,213 1, $60,770 $77,050 $87,580 Master's degree 21 Computer & Math Database Administrators $32,900 $46,780 $58,440 Bachelor's degree 22 Yes Office & Admin Support Bill & Account Collectors 2,228 2, $21,680 $25,470 $29,400 Short-term on-the-job 23 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Cardiovascular Technologists & Technicians $22,090 $38,500 $49,710 Associate degree 24 Business & Financial Logisticians $41,610 $55,180 $65,920 Bachelor's degree 25 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, & Media Dancers (4) (4) (4) Long-term on-the-job 26 Computer & Math Network & Computer Systems Administrators $37,180 $53,830 $67,880 Bachelor's degree 27 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Radiation Therapists $51,460 $62,600 $73,660 Associate degree 28 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Physician Assistants $64,560 $74,950 $83,490 Master's degree 29 Construction & Extraction Construction & Building Inspectors $30,240 $40,110 $46,170 Work experience in a related occupation 30 Protective Service Detectives & Criminal Investigators $30,250 $48,120 $69,400 Work experience in a related occupation 31 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Respiratory Therapists 822 1, $36,970 $43,080 $48,680 Associate degree 32 Life, Phys& Soc Science Conservation Scientists $50,020 $67,090 $79,510 Bachelor's degree 33 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Occupational Therapists $50,930 $63,250 $70,820 Master's degree 34 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, & Media Technical Writers $34,950 $45,220 $53,220 Bachelor's degree Sources: Workforce West Virginia and US Bureau of Labor Statistics * WV In Demand Job = has a high projected % growth rate and many new positions are expected to be created Page 1 of 3

7 100 Fastest Growing Occupations in West Virginia, Includes 2007 WV Wages and Minimum Education Requirements Ranked by Percent Growth Rate from 2006 to 2016 Index WV In- Demand Job* Occupational Category Job Title 2006 Emp 2016 Emp Growth Replacement Total Growth % Entry Level Wage '07 Overall Average Wage '07 Experienced Wage '07 Minimum Education/Training Required 35 Yes Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Registered Nurses 16,520 20, $41,280 $51,020 $58,900 Associate degree 36 Community & Social Services Mental Health Counselors $27,980 $36,770 $42,760 Master's degree 37 Yes Community & Social Services Medical & Public Health Social Workers 1,023 1, $26,580 $35,540 $44,260 Bachelor's degree 38 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Athletic Trainers $26,550 $34,300 $39,390 Bachelor's degree 39 Yes Office & Admin Support Customer Service Representatives 9,544 11, $17,570 $23,680 $27,010 Moderate-term on-the-job 40 Trans & Material Moving Air Traffic Controllers $66,290 $78,640 $94,670 Long-term on-the-job 41 Yes Food Preparation & Serving Related Combined Food Preparation & Serving Workers, Incl Fast Fd 16,971 20, $13,340 $14,760 $15,330 Short-term on-the-job 42 Sales & Related Sales Representatives, Services, All Other 1,224 1, $27,230 $44,070 $58,210 Work experience in a related occupation 43 Architect & Engineer Industrial Engineers $52,560 $62,440 $73,380 Bachelor's degree 44 Life, Phys& Soc Science Geological & Petroleum Technicians $18,660 $28,900 $35,340 Associate degree 45 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, & Media Umpires, Referees, & Other Sports Officials $25,180 $32,550 $37,640 Long-term on-the-job 46 Install, Maint, & Repair Security & Fire Alarm Systems Installers $23,880 $29,890 $32,580 Postsecondary vocational award 47 Trans & Material Moving Ambulance Drivers & Attendants, Except Emrg Medical Techs $13,600 $15,950 $17,200 Moderate-term on-the-job 48 Protective Service First-Line Supervisors/Managers, Protective Service Workers $26,490 $36,940 $47,410 Work experience in a related occupation 49 Yes Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Emergency Medical Technicians & Paramedics 1,890 2, $16,550 $23,370 $28,380 Postsecondary vocational award 5 50 Yes Legal Paralegals & Legal Assistants 2,043 2, $27,960 $36,560 $41,840 Associate degree 51 Life, Phys& Soc Science Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists $48,840 $80,630 $112,460 Doctoral degree 52 Computer & Math Computer & Information Scientists, Research $78,950 $97,980 $119,810 Doctoral degree 53 Community & Social Services Probation Officers & Correctional Treatment Specialists $21,300 $24,650 $28,600 Bachelor's degree 54 Yes Community & Social Services Mental Health & Substance Abuse Social Workers 1,450 1, $18,180 $24,490 $28,160 Master's degree 55 Sales & Related Advertising Sales Agents 863 1, $22,200 $36,650 $41,300 Moderate-term on-the-job 56 Sales & Related Demonstrators & Product Promoters $16,810 $21,230 $23,330 Moderate-term on-the-job 57 Architect & Engineer Petroleum Engineers $65,290 $94,130 $115,800 Bachelor's degree 58 Community & Social Services Health Educators $24,930 $33,620 $38,170 Bachelor's degree 59 Yes Sales & Related Counter & Rental Clerks 2,583 3, $14,280 $20,040 $23,750 Short-term on-the-job 60 Architect & Engineer Surveying & Mapping Technicians $22,130 $32,810 $40,950 Moderate-term on-the-job 61 Education, Training, & Library Art, Drama, & Music Teachers, Postsecondary $40,010 $53,860 $63,810 #N/A 62 Yes Protective Service Security Guards 4,915 5, $14,670 $20,050 $23,230 Short-term on-the-job 63 Business & Financial Business Operations Specialists, All Other 2,930 3, $37,350 $52,240 $65,490 Bachelor's degree 64 Install, Maint, & Repair Locksmiths & Safe Repairers $18,290 $26,870 $33,110 Moderate-term on-the-job 65 Architect & Engineer Surveyors $24,060 $36,680 $46,190 Bachelor's degree 66 Life, Phys& Soc Science Environmental Science & Protection Technicians, Including $20,470 $27,490 $32,180 Associate degree 67 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Physicians & Surgeons, All Other 1,426 1, $120,450 $162,600 (5) Bachelor's degree 68 Yes Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Pharmacists 1,832 2, $88,800 $100,080 $117,050 First professional degree Sources: Workforce West Virginia and US Bureau of Labor Statistics * WV In Demand Job = has a high projected % growth rate and many new positions are expected to be created Page 2 of 3

8 100 Fastest Growing Occupations in West Virginia, Includes 2007 WV Wages and Minimum Education Requirements Ranked by Percent Growth Rate from 2006 to 2016 Index WV In- Demand Job* Occupational Category Job Title 2006 Emp 2016 Emp Growth Replacement Total Growth % Entry Level Wage '07 Overall Average Wage '07 Experienced Wage '07 Minimum Education/Training Required 69 Education, Training, & Library Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary 1,023 1, $16,660 $32,530 $44,240 Bachelor's degree 70 Construction & Extraction Service Unit Operators, Oil, Gas, & Mining $23,980 $34,940 $42,890 Moderate-term on-the-job 71 Education, Training, & Library Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary $42,890 $64,460 $78,980 Bachelor's degree 72 Education, Training, & Library Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary $40,970 $60,020 $72,320 Bachelor's degree 73 Education, Training, & Library English Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary $39,130 $50,510 $59,640 Bachelor's degree 74 Production Woodworking Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders, Except $16,690 $20,230 $24,500 Moderate-term on-the-job 75 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Diagnostic Medical Sonographers $38,050 $45,280 $54,880 Associate degree 76 Education, Training, & Library Recreation & Fitness Studies Teachers, Postsecondary $34,300 $40,940 $49,370 Bachelor's degree 77 Healthcare Support Physical Therapist Aides $18,520 $22,090 $25,320 Short-term on-the-job 78 Construction & Extraction Derrick Operators, Oil & Gas $25,480 $32,980 $37,920 Moderate-term on-the-job 79 Education, Training, & Library Philosophy & Religion Teachers, Postsecondary $38,980 $54,080 $66,090 Bachelor's degree 80 Education, Training, & Library Business Teachers, Postsecondary $42,570 $67,180 $87,530 Bachelor's degree 81 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, & Media Audio & Video Equipment Technicians $19,330 $27,910 $34,920 Long-term on-the-job 82 Education, Training, & Library Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement Teachers, Postsecondary $49,440 $72,060 $96,040 Bachelor's degree 83 Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Logging Workers, All Other $17,270 $21,940 $22,330 Moderate-term on-the-job 6 84 Education, Training, & Library Nursing Instructors & Teachers, Postsecondary $39,890 $52,110 $60,180 Bachelor's degree 85 Community & Social Services Marriage & Family Therapists $25,310 $35,820 $47,280 Master's degree 86 Education, Training, & Library History Teachers, Postsecondary $43,160 $55,760 $66,620 Bachelor's degree 87 Education, Training, & Library Mathematical Science Teachers, Postsecondary $39,670 $55,020 $65,740 Bachelor's degree 88 Yes Community & Social Services Social & Human Service Assistants 3,457 3, $14,730 $18,060 $19,410 Moderate-term on-the-job 89 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Nuclear Medicine Technologists $43,400 $53,880 $63,180 Associate degree 90 Education, Training, & Library Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary $39,230 $51,550 $60,970 Bachelor's degree 91 Education, Training, & Library Communications Teachers, Postsecondary $42,300 $53,590 $64,330 Bachelor's degree 92 Education, Training, & Library Physics Teachers, Postsecondary $46,860 $63,840 $77,270 Bachelor's degree 93 Food Preparation & Serving Related Food Preparation Workers 4,622 5, $14,110 $17,510 $19,780 Short-term on-the-job 94 Install, Maint, & Repair Tire Repairers & Changers $15,770 $20,920 $25,640 Short-term on-the-job 95 Healthcare Support Nursing Aides, Orderlies, & Attendants 10,727 12, $16,740 $19,610 $22,350 Postsecondary vocational award 96 Education, Training, & Library Instructional Coordinators $33,920 $45,640 $58,090 Master's degree 97 Office & Admin Support Medical Secretaries 1,705 1, $19,440 $24,520 $28,200 Moderate-term on-the-job 98 Install, Maint, & Repair Automotive Glass Installers & Repairers $21,870 $29,880 $36,990 Long-term on-the-job 99 Office & Admin Support Cargo & Freight Agents $22,840 $30,200 $30,010 Moderate-term on-the-job 100 Construction & Extraction Rotary Drill Operators, Oil & Gas $31,860 $40,460 $47,330 Moderate-term on-the-job Sources: Workforce West Virginia and US Bureau of Labor Statistics * WV In Demand Job = has a high projected % growth rate and many new positions are expected to be created Page 3 of 3

9 100 Fastest Growing & Declining Occupations in West Virginia, Minimum Education & Training Requirements Nearly 60% of the fastest growing occupations in West Virginia will require at last a two year college degree, while 80% of the fastest declining occupations require only on the job or vocational. Index Minimum Education/Training Required Number of Occupations Fastest Growing Fastest Declining 1 Short term on the job Moderate term on the job Postsecondary vocational award Long term on the job Work experience in a related occupation Associate degree Bachelor's degree Bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience Master's degree First professional degree Doctoral degree Total requiring less than a college degree Total requiring a 2 year college degree or higher Source: Workforce West Virginia, "West Virginia Occupations, " 7

10 Part 3: West Virginia s 24 In Demand Occupations Related Handout: West Virginia s In Demand Occupations, Workforce West Virginia developed a list of 24 occupations that should have high growth rates and have significant numbers of annual openings through The list is presented by minimum education required. Over one half of the jobs require only short or moderate on thejob, but the wages paid reflects the level of education required. We ve included wage data for each job. The Entry Level, Average and Experience wages paid are statewide for

11 West Virginia's In Demand Occupations, These occupations are in high demand, where significant amounts of annual openings and growth are expected. Category Occupational Title Home Health Aides Security Guards Combined Food Prep & Serving Workers, Incl Fast Food Personal and Home Care Aides Counter and Rental Clerks Minimum Education/Training Required Short-term onthe-job Short-term onthe-job Short-term onthe-job Short-term onthe-job Short-term onthe-job 2006 Employment 5,034 4,915 16, Projected Employment 6,638 5,737 20, ,032 Growth Replacement Total Growth Rate (Percent Entry Level Average Hourly Wage $6.66 $7.05 $6.41 $6.61 $6.86 Entry Level Average Wage $13,850 $14,670 $13,340 $13,740 $14,280 Overall Average Hourly Wage $7.65 $9.64 $7.10 $7.49 $9.63 Overall Average Wage $15,910 $20,050 $14,760 $15,590 $20,040 Experienced Average Hourly Wage $8.40 $11.17 $7.37 $8.28 $11.42 Experienced Average Wage $17,470 $23,230 $15,330 $17,220 $23,750 Source: Workforce West Virginia, "West Virginia Occupational Projections, " and "West Virginia Occupational Wages 2007" Page 1 of 5

12 West Virginia's In Demand Occupations, These occupations are in high demand, where significant amounts of annual openings and growth are expected. Category Occupational Title Minimum Education/Training Required Bill and Account Collectors Short-term on-thejob Social and Human Service Assistants Moderate-term on-the-job Pharmacy Technicians Moderate-term on-the-job Dental Assistants Moderate-term on-the-job Medical Assistants Moderate-term on-the-job Employment 2016 Projected Employment Growth Replacement Total Growth Rate (Percent Entry Level Average Hourly Wage Entry Level Average Wage Overall Average Hourly Wage Overall Average Wage Experienced Average Hourly Wage Experienced Average Wage ,457 2,199 1, ,758 3,961 2,755 1,714 2, $10.42 $7.08 $8.71 $9.78 $8.62 $21,680 $14,730 $18,120 $20,330 $17,930 $12.25 $8.69 $10.92 $12.28 $10.47 $25,470 $18,060 $22,720 $25,540 $21,780 $14.13 $9.33 $12.44 $14.14 $11.69 $29,400 $19,410 $25,870 $29,410 $24,310 Source: Workforce West Virginia, "West Virginia Occupational Projections, " and "West Virginia Occupational Wages 2007" Page 2 of 5

13 West Virginia's In Demand Occupations, These occupations are in high demand, where significant amounts of annual openings and growth are expected. Category Occupational Title Minimum Education/Training Required Correctional Officers and Jailers Moderate-term on-the-job Customer Service Representatives Moderate-term onthe-job Sawing Machine Setters and Operators, Wood Moderate-term on-the-job Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics Postsecondary vocational Paralegals and Legal Assistants Associate degree Employment 2016 Projected Employment Growth Replacement Total Growth Rate (Percent Entry Level Average Hourly Wage Entry Level Average Wage Overall Average Hourly Wage Overall Average Wage Experienced Average Hourly Wage Experienced Average Wage 2,366 9,544 no data available 1,890 2,043 3,035 11,514 no data available 2,244 2, no data available no data available no data available no data available $10.88 $8.45 no data available $7.96 $13.44 $22,620 $17,570 no data available $16,550 $27,960 $14.40 $11.39 no data available $11.24 $17.58 $29,950 $23,680 no data available $23,370 $36,560 $16.57 $12.99 no data available $13.64 $20.11 $34,470 $27,010 no data available $28,380 $41,840 Source: Workforce West Virginia, "West Virginia Occupational Projections, " and "West Virginia Occupational Wages 2007" Page 3 of 5

14 West Virginia's In Demand Occupations, These occupations are in high demand, where significant amounts of annual openings and growth are expected. Category Occupational Title Registered Nurses Dental Hygienists Computer Software Engineers, Applications Computer Systems Analysts Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts Minimum Education/Training Required Associate degree Associate degree Bachelor's degree Bachelor's degree Bachelor's degree Employment 2016 Projected Employment Growth Replacement Total Growth Rate (Percent Entry Level Average Hourly Wage Entry Level Average Wage Overall Average Hourly Wage Overall Average Wage Experienced Average Hourly Wage Experienced Average Wage 16, ,060 1, ,267 1, $19.85 $16.65 $24.55 $20.03 $15.70 $41,280 $34,640 $51,070 $41,660 $32,650 $24.53 $21.12 $32.45 $29.03 $22.65 $51,020 $43,930 $67,500 $60,370 $47,110 $28.32 $25.71 $38.27 $35.97 $28.91 $58,900 $53,470 $79,590 $74,810 $60,120 Source: Workforce West Virginia, "West Virginia Occupational Projections, " and "West Virginia Occupational Wages 2007" Page 4 of 5

15 West Virginia's In Demand Occupations, Category These occupations are in high demand, where significant amounts of annual openings and growth are expected Occupational Title Minimum Education/Training Required Medical and Public Health Social Workers Bachelor's degree Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers Physical Therapists Master's degree Master's degree Pharmacists First professional degree Employment 2016 Projected Employment Growth Replacement Total Growth Rate (Percent Entry Level Average Hourly Wage Entry Level Average Wage Overall Average Hourly Wage Overall Average Wage Experienced Average Hourly Wage Experienced Average Wage 1,023 1,450 1,213 1,832 1,239 1,710 1,518 2, $12.78 $8.74 $29.22 $42.69 $26,580 $18,180 $60,770 $88,800 $17.09 $11.77 $37.05 $48.11 $35,540 $24,490 $77,050 $100,080 $21.28 $13.54 $42.11 $56.28 $44,260 $28,160 $87,580 $117,050 Source: Workforce West Virginia, "West Virginia Occupational Projections, " and "West Virginia Occupational Wages 2007" Page 5 of 5

16 Part 4: What West Virginia Workers Earn, by the Minimum Training and Education Their Jobs Require Related Handout: What West Virginia Workers Earn Jobs that require higher levels of education and usually pay better. We looked at the minimum education required for every occupation in West Virginia and what they paid in 2007, and found that an Associate s Degree may offer the best return oninvestment. Jobs that require an Associate s degree pay only $1,500 less annually than jobs that require a Bachelors Degree. A few surprises are in jobs that require a Masters or Doctoral degree. Their comparatively low pay may be due to their heavy concentration in the education field. 14

17 What West Virginia Workers Earn Average Wage by the Minimum Education and Training Required by a Job For most occupations in West Virginia, the more education or an entry level person needs to get a specific job, the higher the average wage. Minimum Education or Training Required by the Job Number of People Working This These Occupations 2007 Average Wage Short term on the job 257,858 $20,026 Moderate term on the job 143,246 $27,622 Postsecondary vocational award 41,566 $28, Long term on the job 56,033 $36,377 Work experience in a related occupation 62,431 $44,724 Associate degree 31,476 $45,882 Master's degree 10,938 $47,380 Bachelor's degree 73,461 $47,442 Doctoral degree 1,083 $58,056 Bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience 27,176 $68,297 First professional degree 8,268 $121,530 Disclaimer: This table shows the average annual wage for occupations presented by the minimum education or typically required to get the job. It should be interpreted as follows: "jobs that require at least an Associate's degree paid an average of $45,882 in West Virginia in 2007." It does not say "people with an Associates degree earned an average of $45,882 in West Virginia in 2007." Source: West Virginia Development Office analysis using data from Workforce West Virginia and US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

18 Part 5: Fastest Declining Occupations in West Virginia Through 2016 Related Handout: 100 Fastest Declining Occupations in WV ly through 2016, 4,200 jobs are expected to be available in these occupations. The number of people employed in these occupations is expected to decrease by 8,700 by % (4,200) of these will be replacement jobs. 80% of these jobs do not require a college degree. The most common requirements are: Moderate on the job (36%) Short term on the job (27%) Long term on the job (11%). 16

19 100 Fastest Declining Occupations in West Virginia, Includes 2007 WV Wages and Minimum Education Requirements Ranked by Percent Growth Rate from 2006 to 2016 Index Occupational Category Job Title 2006 Emp 2016 Emp Growth Replacement Total Growth % Entry Level Wage '07 Overall Average Wage '07 Experienced Wage '07 Minimum Education/Training Required 1 Production Photographic Process Workers $14,710 $20,940 $26,060 Moderate-term on-the-job 2 Office & Admin Support File Clerks $16,370 $21,090 $25,990 Short-term on-the-job 3 Production Forging Machine Setters, Operators&Tenders, Metal&Plastic $22,430 $27,280 $32,040 Moderate-term on-the-job 4 Production Metal Workers & Plastic Workers, All Other $18,840 $28,400 $34,520 Moderate-term on-the-job 5 Office & Admin Support New Accounts Clerks $23,300 $26,410 $29,470 Work experience in a related occupation 6 Office & Admin Support Computer Operators $19,370 $28,440 $35,290 Moderate-term on-the-job 7 Production Chemical Plant & System Operators 1, $45,670 $56,860 $68,990 Long-term on-the-job 8 Production Lathe & Turning Machine Tool Setters, Operators, & Tende $27,630 $33,360 $38,500 Moderate-term on-the-job 9 Production Electrical & Electronic Equipment Assemblers $17,130 $24,120 $29,310 Short-term on-the-job 10 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, & Media Radio & Television Announcers $15,150 $26,420 $28,510 Long-term on-the-job 11 Production Etchers & Engravers $17,230 $24,490 $29,020 Long-term on-the-job 12 Construction & Extraction Floor Layers, Except Carpet, Wood, & Hard Tiles $16,880 $32,700 $42,550 Moderate-term on-the-job 13 Production Heat Treating Equipment Setters, Operators, & Tenders, Met $22,720 $29,360 $35,540 Moderate-term on-the-job 14 Production Drilling & Boring Machine Tool Setters, Operators, & Ten n/a n/a n/a Moderate-term on-the-job 15 Office & Admin Support Order Clerks n/a n/a n/a Short-term on-the-job Production Metal-Refining Furnace Operators & Tenders $34,500 $36,240 $39,810 Moderate-term on-the-job 17 Production Pressers, Textile, Garment, & Related Materials $15,870 $18,270 $20,380 Short-term on-the-job 18 Production Cutting, Punching, & Press Machine Setters, Operators, and 1, $22,550 $28,880 $35,590 Moderate-term on-the-job 19 Production Mixing & Blending Machine Setters, Operators, & Tenders $20,970 $29,210 $36,090 Moderate-term on-the-job 20 Production Sewing Machine Operators $13,860 $17,280 $18,590 Moderate-term on-the-job 21 Office & Admin Support Office & Administrative Support Workers, All Other $20,700 $27,700 $33,710 Short-term on-the-job 22 Office & Admin Support Loan Interviewers & Clerks $21,080 $25,860 $30,340 Short-term on-the-job 23 Sales & Related Telemarketers 6,186 5, $17,350 $28,380 $43,770 Short-term on-the-job 24 Trans & Material Moving Packers & Packagers, Hand 2,465 2, $13,910 $17,410 $18,930 Short-term on-the-job 25 Office & Admin Support Switchboard Operators, Including Answering Service $16,020 $19,920 $22,890 Short-term on-the-job 26 Trans & Material Moving Shuttle Car Operators $37,750 $41,640 $46,270 Short-term on-the-job 27 Production Coating, Painting, & Spraying Machine Setters, Operators, $22,460 $28,410 $34,830 Moderate-term on-the-job 28 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, & Media Interior Designers $21,490 $28,850 $37,540 Associate degree 29 Office & Admin Support Information & Record Clerks, All Other 1,433 1, $23,940 $34,530 $42,590 Short-term on-the-job 30 Office & Admin Support Mail Clerks & Mail Machine Operators, Except Postal Servic $16,730 $22,500 $27,730 Short-term on-the-job 31 Office & Admin Support Meter Readers, Utilities $19,710 $28,710 $37,080 Short-term on-the-job 32 Education, Training, & Library Vocational Education Teachers, Secondary School 1,214 1, $35,510 $41,740 $48,310 Bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience 33 Construction & Extraction Floor Sanders & Finishers $17,310 $21,150 $22,930 Moderate-term on-the-job 34 Computer & Math Computer Programmers 1,124 1, $36,870 $46,820 $56,070 Bachelor's degree Sources: Workforce West Virginia and US Bureau of Labor Statistics Page 1 of 3

20 100 Fastest Declining Occupations in West Virginia, Includes 2007 WV Wages and Minimum Education Requirements Ranked by Percent Growth Rate from 2006 to 2016 Index Occupational Category Job Title 2006 Emp 2016 Emp Growth Replacement Total Growth % Entry Level Wage '07 Overall Average Wage '07 Experienced Wage '07 Minimum Education/Training Required 35 Production Upholsterers $16,150 $25,080 $34,310 Long-term on-the-job 36 Trans & Material Moving Rail Yard Engineers, Dinkey Operators, & Hostlers $37,770 $40,380 $45,000 n/a 37 Business & Financial Credit Analysts $33,540 $48,230 $61,660 Bachelor's degree 38 Office & Admin Support Stock Clerks & Order Fillers 8,363 7, $15,130 $21,560 $25,610 Short-term on-the-job 39 Trans & Material Moving Conveyor Operators & Tenders $24,640 $36,300 $45,720 Short-term on-the-job 40 Production Job Printers $24,170 $29,150 $31,960 Long-term on-the-job 41 Office & Admin Support Data Entry Keyers 1,838 1, $19,560 $24,830 $28,800 Moderate-term on-the-job 42 Production Assemblers & Fabricators, All Other $16,450 $20,680 $25,260 Moderate-term on-the-job 43 Production Extruding & Drawing Machine Setters, Operators, & Tender 1,295 1, $23,780 $28,490 $32,770 Moderate-term on-the-job 44 Sales & Related Parts Salespersons 1,579 1, $16,870 $24,110 $29,470 Moderate-term on-the-job 45 Office & Admin Support Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, & Processing Mach 1, $23,130 $34,740 $45,070 Short-term on-the-job 46 Trans & Material Moving Machine Feeders & Offbearers 1,131 1, $13,850 $18,260 $20,150 Short-term on-the-job 47 Office & Admin Support Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, & Ambulance $19,310 $27,590 $33,460 Moderate-term on-the-job 48 Production Grinding & Polishing Workers, Hand $17,450 $22,270 $25,400 Moderate-term on-the-job 49 Office & Admin Support Word Processors & Typists $24,610 $30,240 $35,930 Moderate-term on-the-job Production Printing Machine Operators $19,830 $26,360 $31,850 Moderate-term on-the-job 51 Business & Financial Loan Counselors $24,790 $34,280 $42,440 Bachelor's degree 52 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Recreational Therapists $26,280 $35,410 $41,950 Bachelor's degree 53 Construction & Extraction Carpet Installers $23,100 $34,450 $44,890 Moderate-term on-the-job 54 Office & Admin Support Office Machine Operators, Except Computer $17,150 $21,460 $24,670 Short-term on-the-job 55 Life, Phys& Soc Science Chemists $35,200 $53,390 $67,440 Bachelor's degree 56 Install, Maint, & Repair Electrical & Electronics Repairers, Powerhouse, Substation $40,980 $50,400 $60,990 Postsecondary vocational award 57 Office & Admin Support Procurement Clerks $20,870 $29,880 $39,000 Moderate-term on-the-job 58 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, & Media Broadcast Technicians $14,670 $22,120 $26,770 Associate degree 59 Management Funeral Directors $48,390 $61,310 $74,410 Associate degree 60 Management Industrial Production Managers $51,340 $75,880 $93,780 Work experience in a related occupation 61 Production Textile, Apparel, & Furnishings Workers, All Other $21,030 $30,900 $40,360 Short-term on-the-job 62 Production First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production & Operating 3,799 3, $35,050 $49,320 $60,350 Work experience in a related occupation 63 Production Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, & Weighers 2,392 2, $23,260 $32,870 $40,940 Moderate-term on-the-job 64 Trans & Material Moving Industrial Truck & Tractor Operators 2,859 2, $20,610 $28,490 $34,880 Short-term on-the-job 65 Life, Phys& Soc Science Chemical Technicians $22,050 $32,780 $39,230 Associate degree 66 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Occupational Health & Safety Technicians $25,150 $44,130 $60,380 Bachelor's degree 67 Personal Care & Service Embalmers $31,310 $41,620 $49,570 Postsecondary vocational award 68 Office & Admin Support Insurance Claims & Policy Processing Clerks $21,700 $26,350 $29,740 Moderate-term on-the-job Sources: Workforce West Virginia and US Bureau of Labor Statistics Page 2 of 3

21 100 Fastest Declining Occupations in West Virginia, Includes 2007 WV Wages and Minimum Education Requirements Ranked by Percent Growth Rate from 2006 to 2016 Index Occupational Category Job Title 2006 Emp 2016 Emp Growth Replacement Total Growth % Entry Level Wage '07 Overall Average Wage '07 Experienced Wage '07 Minimum Education/Training Required 69 Personal Care & Service Funeral Attendants $16,210 $19,070 $21,830 Short-term on-the-job 70 Sales & Related Cashiers 24,527 23, ,166 1, $13,450 $15,370 $16,070 Short-term on-the-job 71 Trans & Material Moving Driver/Sales Workers 4,236 4, $13,550 $21,030 $24,880 Short-term on-the-job 72 Office & Admin Support Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, & Executive 13,365 12, $17,230 $23,280 $28,140 Moderate-term on-the-job 73 Install, Maint, & Repair Millwrights $31,040 $37,160 $41,550 Long-term on-the-job 74 Farming, Fishing, & Forestry Fallers $21,020 $23,200 $24,790 Moderate-term on-the-job 75 Protective Service Crossing Guards $13,830 $20,420 $20,220 Short-term on-the-job 76 Production Structural Metal Fabricators & Fitters $25,010 $29,490 $33,260 Moderate-term on-the-job 77 Business & Financial Loan Officers 1,105 1, $34,910 $50,190 $61,950 Bachelor's degree 78 Trans & Material Moving Crane & Tower Operators $24,310 $31,500 $37,630 Long-term on-the-job 79 Food Preparation & Serving Related Cooks, Institution & Cafeteria 4,136 4, $15,280 $18,480 $21,190 Moderate-term on-the-job 80 Management General & Operations Managers 8,562 8, $42,210 $73,960 $92,140 Bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience 81 Trans & Material Moving Refuse & Recyclable Material Collectors 1,226 1, $15,140 $19,330 $23,180 Short-term on-the-job 82 Business & Financial Wholesale & Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products $26,700 $44,440 $46,770 Long-term on-the-job 83 Construction & Extraction Roof Bolters, Mining 1,132 1, $41,100 $46,010 $48,540 Moderate-term on-the-job Trans & Material Moving Laborers & Freight, Stock, & Material Movers, Hand 14,204 13, $14,890 $21,230 $24,640 Short-term on-the-job 85 Legal Title Examiners, Abstractors, & Searchers $25,680 $31,980 $37,090 Moderate-term on-the-job 86 Production Separating, Filtering, Clarifying, Precipitating, & Still $36,460 $40,720 $46,120 Moderate-term on-the-job 87 Management Education Administrators, Preschool & Child Care Center/Pr $24,960 $32,830 $38,880 Bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience 88 Production Machinists 2,202 2, $28,280 $35,610 $42,490 Long-term on-the-job 89 Install, Maint, & Repair Electrical & Electronics Repairers, Commercial & Industr $29,590 $41,850 $54,550 Postsecondary vocational award 90 Management Purchasing Managers $61,650 $78,310 $93,520 Bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience 91 Production Production Workers, All Other $18,420 $26,180 $32,010 Moderate-term on-the-job 92 Production Helpers--Production Workers 2,951 2, $17,710 $24,900 $31,190 Short-term on-the-job 93 Education, Training, & Library Librarians $33,430 $41,660 $49,420 Master's degree 94 Business & Financial Human Resources, Training, & Labor Relations Specialists, 4,533 4, $35,870 $50,490 $62,370 Bachelor's degree 95 Education, Training, & Library Secondary School Teachers, Except Special & Vocational Edu 4,911 4, $34,510 $40,270 $46,740 Bachelor's degree 96 Install, Maint, & Repair Maintenance Workers, Machinery $23,710 $33,360 $41,020 Moderate-term on-the-job 97 Healthcare Practitioners & Technical Respiratory Therapy Technicians $29,340 $34,740 $40,010 Associate degree 98 Production Gas Plant Operators $48,050 $53,480 $61,820 Long-term on-the-job 99 Production Butchers & Meat Cutters $17,090 $24,520 $31,210 Long-term on-the-job 100 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, & Media Multi-Media Artists & Animators $31,990 $43,310 $52,870 Bachelor's degree Sources: Workforce West Virginia and US Bureau of Labor Statistics Page 3 of 3

22 Part 6: Fastest Growing Occupations Nationally by Education Required Related Handout: Fastest Growing Occupations and Occupations Projected to Have the Largest Numerical Increases in Employment between 2006 and 2016 This list, from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, projects the most in demand occupations through The jobs are presented by the level of education or required for an entry level worker. The jobs in the left hand column are the fastest growing, based on their annual growth rate. This means there may be a relatively small number of jobs, the demand is increasing at a high rate. The jobs in the right hand column are expected to have the largest number of openings. 20

23 Fastest Growing Occupations and Occupations Projected to Have the Largest Numerical Increases in Employment Between 2006 and 2016, by Level of Postsecondary Education or Training. Fastest growing occupations Occupations having the largest numerical job growth First professional degree Veterinarians Physicians and surgeons Pharmacists Lawyers Chiropractors Pharmacists Physicians and surgeons Veterinarians Optometrists Dentists Doctoral degree Postsecondary teachers Postsecondary teachers Computer and information scientists, research Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists Medical scientists, except epidemiologists Medical scientists, except epidemiologists Biochemists and biophysicists Computer and information scientists, research Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists Biochemists and biophysicists Master's degree Mental health counselors Clergy Mental health and substance abuse social workers Physical therapists Marriage and family counselors Mental health and substance abuse social workers Physical therapists Educational, vocational, and school counselors Physician assistants Rehabilitation counselors Bachelor's or higher degree, plus work experience Actuaries Management analysts Education administrators, preschool and child care center/program Financial managers Management analysts Computer and information systems managers Training and development specialists Medical and health services managers Public relations managers Training and development specialists Bachelor's degree Network systems and data communications analysts Computer software engineers, applications Computer software engineers, applications Accountants and auditors Personal financial advisors Business operations specialists, all others Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors Elementary school teachers, except special education Financial analysts Computer systems analysts Associate degree Veterinary technologists and technicians Registered nurses Physical therapist assistant Computer support specialists Dental hygienists Paralegals and legal assistants Environmental science and protection technicians, including health Dental hygienists Cardiovascular technologists and technicians Legal secretaries Postsecondary vocational award Makeup artists, theatrical and performance Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants Skin care specialists Preschool teachers, except special education Manicurists and pedicurists Automotive service technicians and mechanics Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses Preschool teachers, except special education Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists Work experience in a related occupation Sales representatives, services, all other Executive secretaries and administrative assistants Gaming managers Sales representatives, services, all other Gaming supervisors Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and Aircraft cargo handling supervisors First line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers Self enrichment education teachers First line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers Long term on the job Audio and video equipment technicians Carpenters Interpreters and translators Cooks, restaurant Athletes and sports competitors Police and sheriff's patrol officers Motorboat mechanics Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters Automotive glass installers and repairers Electricians Moderate term on the job Medical assistants Customer service representatives Social and human service assistants Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks Gaming surveillance officers and gaming investigators Truck drivers, heavy and tractor trailer Pharmacy technicians Medical assistants Dental assistants Maintenance and repair workers, general Short term on the job Personal and home care aides Retail salespersons Home health aides Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food Gaming and sports book writers and runners Office clerks, general Physical therapist aides Personal and home care aides Amusement and recreation attendants Home health aides Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Edition, Tomorrow s Jobs 21

24 Part 7: Good Jobs Currently Available In West Virginia Related Handout: Good Jobs Currently Available at Select West Virginia Companies We looked at five leading companies in West Virginia and the jobs they currently have available in state (early January 2010): Alcon Labs, Huntington, Cabell County Alliant Techsystems, Rocket Center, Mineral County Lockheed Martin, Clarksburg, Harrison County Mylan Pharmaceuticals, Morgantown, Monongalia County Northrop Grumman, Fairmont, Marion County 46 Job Listed for the West Virginia locations Minimum Education Required 8 (17%) jobs a high school diploma is the minimum 1 (2%) job an Associate Degree is the minimum 35 (76%) jobs a Bachelor's Degree is the minimum 2 (4%) jobs a Master s Degree is the minimum 4 (9%) an Advanced Degree is Preferred Line of Work 17 (37%) are management 11 (24%) are in information technology 10 (22%) are in engineering and sciences 5 (11%) are in production, operations or maintenance 3 (6%) are administrative 22

25 Good Jobs Currently Available at Select West Virginia Companies January 2010 Arranged by Education Required and Job Title 46 Job Listed (down from 89 in April 2009) 8 high school diploma minimum 1 Associate Degree minimum 35 Bachelor's Degree minimum 2 Master's Degree minimum 3 administrative 17 management 5 production/operations/maintenance 11 information technology 10 engineering/sciences Index Job Title Company Jobs For Which A High School Diploma Is Minimum 1 Associate Chemist Assistant Mylan Pharmaceuticals 2 Electrician Alliant Tech Systems 3 Plant Mechanic Lockheed Martin 4 Production Assembler Lockheed Martin 5 Production Service Attendant Lockheed Martin 6 Quality Assurance Clerk Mylan Pharmaceuticals 7 Senior Administrative Assistant Mylan Pharmaceuticals 8 Senior Legal Secretary Mylan Pharmaceuticals Jobs For Which An Associate Degree Is Minimum or Preferred 1 Electrician (Preferred) Alliant Tech Systems 2 Senior Administrative Assistant (Preferred) Mylan Pharmaceuticals 3 Senior Metrology/Calibration Technician Alcon Labs Jobs For Which A Bachelor's Degree Is Minimum 1 Accounting Analyst Mylan Pharmaceuticals 2 Accounting Manager, Budget & Forecast Mylan Pharmaceuticals 3 Associate Manager Mylan Pharmaceuticals 4 Chemist Quality Technical Services Mylan Pharmaceuticals 5 Computer Opeartions Associate Manager Lockheed Martin 6 Cost Analyst Mylan Pharmaceuticals 7 Director, Global Regulatory Affairs Mylan Pharmaceuticals 8 Director, Global Training Mylan Pharmaceuticals 9 Executive Director, Regulatory Affairs Mylan Pharmaceuticals 10 Finance Project Manager Mylan Pharmaceuticals 11, 12 Financial Analyst Defense (2 openings) Alliant Tech Systems 13 Financial Business Systems Manager Mylan Pharmaceuticals 14 Global ATS Messaging Services, Group Leader Mylan Pharmaceuticals 15 Information System Security Engineer/Analyst Staff Lockheed Martin 23

26 Good Jobs Currently Available at Select West Virginia Companies January 2010 Arranged by Education Required and Job Title 46 Job Listed (down from 89 in April 2009) 8 high school diploma minimum 1 Associate Degree minimum 35 Bachelor's Degree minimum 2 Master's Degree minimum 3 administrative 17 management 5 production/operations/maintenance 11 information technology 10 engineering/sciences Index Job Title Company 16 Manager, Electronic Submissions & Database Support Mylan Pharmaceuticals 17 Manager, Global Change Control Mylan Pharmaceuticals 18 Manager, Government Pricing & Reporting Mylan Pharmaceuticals 19 Manufacturing Engineer Composites Alliant Tech Systems 20 Master Program Scheduler Northrop Grumman 21 Mission & Quality Assurance Engineer Alliant Tech Systems 22 Pharmacologist/Toxicologist Mylan Pharmaceuticals 23 Process Associate, Receiving and Warehouse Mylan Pharmaceuticals 24 Program Manager Mylan Pharmaceuticals 25 R & D Financial Analyst Mylan Pharmaceuticals 26 SAP Materials Management Specialist Mylan Pharmaceuticals 27 Senior Chemist Lead Investigator Mylan Pharmaceuticals 28 Senior Director, Human Resources Mylan Pharmaceuticals 29 Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs Compliance Mylan Pharmaceuticals 30 Senior Project Manager, Regulatory Affairs Mylan Pharmaceuticals 31 Senior Training Specialist Northrop Grumman 32 Software Engineer Staff Lockheed Martin 33 Software/Systems Test Engineer 2 Northrop Grumman 34 Systems Administrator Associate Manager Lockheed Martin 35 Systems Engineering Manager 3 Northrop Grumman Jobs For Which A Master's Degree Is Minimum 1 Senior Director, Accounting Mylan Pharmaceuticals 2 Senior Systems Engineer Missile Systems Alliant Tech Systems Jobs For Which An Advanced Degree Is Preferred 1 Director, Global Regulatory Affairs (Advanced Degree Preferred) Mylan Pharmaceuticals 2 Pharmacologist/Toxicologist (Masters plus 10 yrs or PhD plus 5 years) Mylan Pharmaceuticals 3 Program Manager (Advanced Degree Preferred) Mylan Pharmaceuticals 4 Senior Systems Engineer Missile Systems (PhD Preferred) Alliant Tech Systems 24

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