"Labor Market Information (LMI) is an applied science; it is the systematic collection and analysis of data which describes and predicts the relationship between labor demand and supply." The States' Labor Market Information Review, ICESA, 1995, p. 7.
|Ag., Forestry, Fishing & Hunting||Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services|
|Mining||Management of Companies & Enterprises|
|Utilities||Administrative & Support and Waste Management & Remediation Services|
|Manufacturing||Health Care & Social Assistance|
|Wholesale Trade||Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation|
|Retail Trade||Accommodation & Food Services|
|Transportation & Warehousing||Other Services (except Public Administration)|
|Finance & Insurance||Total (All Industries)|
|Real Estate & Rental Leasing|
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An Overview of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 as it Pertains to the Wyoming Department of Employment Research & Planning Section and the Rocky Mountain and Northern Plains Consortium
The regulatory environment is ubiquitous in energy efficiency. In fact, all energy efficiency innovations need to be evaluated for their potential environmental impact and a determination made as to whether or not they will need to be regulated. Few realize that even those technologies with the most benevolent appearance may have side effects needing regulatory attention.
Also from the Rocky Mountain and Northern Plains Consortium
The Wyoming Department of Employment (WDOE), Research & Planning Section, enlisted the Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center (WYSAC) to conduct 10 cognitive interviews at various locations throughout the state of Wyoming. The goal of these interviews was to test how well the questions included in the Job Skills survey perform in achieving the intended purpose of this instrument, which is to be used by the WDOE in the future; namely, to effectively yield the information necessary to help educators and employment training organizations identify necessary skills and develop curriculum to forge these skills in the labor pool.
Beginning in 2010, Research & Planning sent this cover letter and questionnaire to Wyoming employers in order to collect information on new hires and the jobs they worked.
By Douglas W. Leonard, R&P, February 18, 2010
By Sara Saulcy, R&P, March 31, 2011
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, green jobs are either: