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Northeast MN: Regional Labor Market Report #2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Jeralyn Jargo
19:08
Hello to Brooke and Phil! thanks for all you support for this Denise.
Phil Arellano
19:31
Greetings everyone! Thank you for joining!
Bart Johnson
20:07
Bart Johnson, Provost, Itasca Community College
Phil Arellano
20:09
Phil Arellano, PM for WFD, Minn State and RealTime Talent
Tim Barrett
20:14
Tim Barrett, Trade & Industry Specialist at MDE
Denise Felder
20:21
Welcome Ryan - Ryan Malich, Research Analyst, Department of Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation
Denise Felder
20:38
Welcome Bart - Bart Johnson, Provost, Itasca Community College
Phil Arellano
20:41
Welcome to the Minnesota Chamber!
Denise Felder
20:58
Welcome Dean - Dean Breuer--MN Department of Education--Business, Marketing and Technology Specialist
Denise Felder
21:21
Welcome Erin - Erin Larsen, Work-based Learning Specialist, MDE
Denise Felder
21:43
Welcome Jill - Jill Murray - Postsecondary Perkins Coordinator - Lake Superior College
Denise Felder
22:01
Welcome Shannon - East Range Consortium, Shannon Malovrh-Secondary CTE-Perkins Coordinator
Denise Felder
22:14
Welcome Marie - Marie Carter Brooks, Counselor and Career Instructor, Lake Superior College
Denise Felder
22:32
Welcome Roy - Roy Smith IRRRB/NHED
Denise Felder
22:44
Welcome Jane - Jane Shade, Director of Perkins Itasca Consortium
Denise Felder
22:57
Welcome Chris - Chris Vito - Post-Secondary Perkins Coordinator - Mesabi Range College
Brooke Dirtzu
23:25
http://www.realtimetalent.org/research-2/cte-pathways/
Denise Felder
23:54
Link to the reports - http://www.realtimetalent.org/research-2/cte-pathways/
Denise Felder
28:14
Welcome Jessie - Jessie Matvey - Post Secondary Perkins Coordinator - Hibbing Community College
Carl Sandness
31:10
question please
Brooke Dirtzu
31:41
Hello Carl, What's your question?
Carl Sandness
32:06
Could the post-graduate degree be broken out in terms of the employment sector and examples? Thank you.
Brooke Dirtzu
34:18
On page 33 of the report there is a table of the top 20 remote work occupations and typical entry-level of education.
Brooke Dirtzu
35:22
Some examples of occupations from that table with forecasted positive annual growth are:
Brooke Dirtzu
35:32
Software Developers and Software Quality Assurance Analysts and Testers
Brooke Dirtzu
35:49
Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists
Brooke Dirtzu
36:05
Financial Managers
Carl Sandness
36:12
Thank you. Could you provide the url for the report? And, for the labor forcast moving forward, is there a COVID19 impact model?
Brooke Dirtzu
36:29
http://www.realtimetalent.org/research-2/cte-pathways/
Carl Sandness
36:34
Thank you.
Brooke Dirtzu
38:01
The report section called "Future Growth by Field and Cluster" starting on page 34, includes the COVID-19 impact model by field.
Carl Sandness
38:29
OK, thanks again. I will look into the report.
Carl Sandness
44:02
How does one engage in the poll?
Denise Felder
44:25
Carl - can you see the poll om your screen?
Carl Sandness
44:37
Sorry, no I cannot
Brooke Dirtzu
44:38
The poll pops up on my screen.
Carl Sandness
44:50
Thanks anyway.
Brooke Dirtzu
01:38:30
Erin, Earlier Carl asked about specific occupations of growth that require an advanced degree.
Brooke Dirtzu
01:40:02
NW Ave Ann Wage is $41K and NE is $44K
Carl Sandness
01:40:51
The occupations then may include engineering managers, does a Professional Engineer fit the advanced degree?
Brooke Dirtzu
01:41:09
NW non remote occ share is 67.5%
Brooke Dirtzu
01:41:25
NE non remote occ share is 67.6%
Carl Sandness
01:41:49
Thank you, I think important considerations include the balance of 2-year vs. 4-year degree.
Carl Sandness
01:42:07
How to market the difference, how to explain this to students in their career goals.
Carl Sandness
01:43:39
Further, how to manage agreement in the direction of emphasis, especially with higher level decision-makers and their respective stakeholders.
Carl Sandness
01:44:56
Thank you very much for your presentation - excellent data capture and analysis.