City of Hamilton Workforce Survey

Click here to load reader

  • date post

    04-Apr-2016
  • Category

    Documents

  • view

    217
  • download

    0

Embed Size (px)

description

 

Transcript of City of Hamilton Workforce Survey

  • City of Hamilton Labor Market AnalysisMEASURING THE AVAILABILITY AND CHARACTERISTICS

    OF RESIDENTS AND COMMUTERS

    Prepared forCity of Hamilton

    June 2014

  • Employer Survey Industry Profiles

    Industry Commute (Min.) Average Salary

    Wholesale Trade 17 $62,444

    Health Care and Social Assistance 16 $42,165

    Manufacturing 16 $55,525

    Transportation and Warehousing 16 $46,075

    Educational Services 11 $43,021

    Public Administration 11 $53,798

    Survey Total 11 $48,815

    2

  • 3

  • 4

  • Table 1: Survey Results

    Industry (NAICS)1 Median Commute

    Time (Mins.) Establishments Employees

    Wholesale Trade (42) 17 4 504

    Health Care and Social Assistance (62) 16 1 210

    Manufacturing (33) 16 3 138

    Transportation and Warehousing (49) 16 3 186

    Educational Services (61) 11 2 1,817

    Public Administration (92) 11 2 2,751

    Survey Total 11 15 5,606

    5

  • 6

  • Table 2: Industry Profiles

    Industry (NAICS)

    Median

    Commute

    Time (Min.)

    Average

    Annual

    Salary

    Live and

    Work in City

    Live Out and

    Work in City

    Manufacturing (33) 16 $55,525 55.8% 44.2%

    Wholesale Trade (42) 17 $62,444 43.5% 56.5%

    Transportation and Warehousing (49) 16 $46,075 47.8% 52.2%

    Educational Services (61) 11 $43,021 70.4% 29.6%

    Health Care and Social Assistance (62) 16 $42,165 44.3% 55.7%

    Public Administration (92) 11 $53,798 59.7% 40.3%

    Survey Total 11 $48,815 60.6% 39.4%

    Table 3: Sample Occupations by Industry1

    Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Transportation and

    Warehousing

    Educational

    Services

    Health Care

    and Social

    Assistance

    Public

    Administration

    Team

    Assemblers

    Sales Representatives,

    Wholesale & Manufacturing

    Tractor-Trailer

    Truck Drivers

    Elementary School

    Teachers

    Registered

    Nurses

    Police and Sheriffs Patrol Officers

    First-Line Supervisors

    of Production

    Laborers and

    Freight Movers

    Laborers and Freight

    Movers

    Teacher

    Assistants

    Nursing

    Assistants

    Correctional Officers

    & Jailers

    Inspectors,

    Testers

    Sales Representatives,

    Technical &

    Scientific Products

    Postal Service

    Mail Carriers

    Secondary

    School Teachers

    Personal

    Care Aides

    Firefighters

    Machinists Tractor-Trailer

    Truck Drivers

    Delivery

    Services Drivers

    Middle School

    Teachers

    Home

    Health Aides

    Business Operations

    Specialists

    Laborers and Freight

    Movers

    Customer Service

    Representatives

    Bus Drivers Substitute Teachers Vocational

    Nurses

    Office Clerks

    1May 2013 National Industry-Specific Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates

    7

  • 8

  • 9

  • 10

  • Table 4: Jobs by Worker Age

    City of Hamilton Cincinnati MSA State of Ohio

    Age 29 or Younger 4,441 (20.4%) 211,094 (23.5%) 1,053,359 (22.8%)

    Age 30 to 54 12,309 (56.7%) 510,589 (57.0%) 2,602,148 (56.5%)

    Age 55 or Older 4,983 (22.9%) 174,604 (19.5%) 951,818 (20.7%)

    Total Jobs 21,733 896,287 4,607,325

    Table 5: Jobs by Worker Race

    City of Hamilton Cincinnati MSA State of Ohio

    White 19,432 (89.4%) 783,052 (87.4%) 4,033,169 (87.5%)

    Black 1,680 (7.7%) 89,488 (10.0%) 452,336 (9.8%)

    Asian 411 (1.9%) 1,709 (0.2%) 9,311 (0.2%)

    Other 210 (1.0%) 22,038 (2.4%) 112,509 (2.5%)

    Table 6: Jobs Share by Worker Educational Attainment

    City of Hamilton Cincinnati MSA State of Ohio

    Less than High School 1,264 (5.8%) 52,560 (5.8% ) 282,081 (6.1%)

    High School or

    Equivalent, no College 5,011 (23.1%) 198,666 (22.1%) 1,086,276 (23.6%)

    Some College or

    Associate Degree 5,668 (26.1%) 221,962 (24.8%) 1,169,014 (25.4%)

    Bachelors Degree or Advanced Degree

    5,349 (24.6%) 212,005 (23.7%) 1,016,595 (22.0%)

    Not Available 4,441 (20.4%) 211,094 (23.6%) 1,053,359 (22.9%)

    11

  • Table 7: Jobs by Earnings

    City of Hamilton Cincinnati MSA State of Ohio

    $1,250 per month or less 4,785 (22.0%) 191,547 (21.4%) 1,047,469 (22.8%)

    $1,251 to $3,333 per month 8,890 (40.9%) 325,395 (36.3%) 1,770,595 (38.4%)

    More than $3,333 per month 8,058 (37.1%) 379,345 (42.3%) 1,789,261 (38.8%)

    Table 8: Jobs Share by NAICS Industry Sector (>1%)

    City of Hamilton Cincinnati MSA State of Ohio

    Educational Services 27.4% 8.1% 9.0%

    Manufacturing 14.2% 11.7% 13.9%

    Health Care and Social Assistance 13.9% 14.1% 16.1%

    Retail Trade 9.3% 10.3% 11.1%

    Accommodation and Food

    Services 8.4% 8.2% 8.0%

    Wholesale Trade 5.1% 6.1% 4.6%

    Public Administration 3.2% 3.3% 3.6%

    Admin Support, Waste

    Management 2.9% 5.8% 5.7%

    Finance and Insurance 2.8% 5.3% 4.4%

    Construction 2.2% 4.0% 3.6%

    Transportation and Warehousing 2.1% 3.8% 3.6%

    Professional, Scientific and

    Technical Services 2.1% 6.1% 5.4%

    Other Services (not Public Admin) 1.9% 3.0% 2.9%

    Information 1.5% 1.7% 1.9%

    12

  • Table 9: Direction Travelled

    (Work to Home)

    Direction Share of

    Workers

    North 10.8%

    Northeast 17.7%

    East 11.8%

    Southeast 12.2%

    South 15.8%

    Southwest 6.9%

    West 7.2%

    Northwest 17.6%

    13

  • 14

  • Table 10: Commute Times (one-way)

    Less than 15 min. 15-30 min. 30 min- 1 hour Over 1 hour

    48.5% 32.2% 17.8% 1.5%

    Table 11: Highest Level of Education Completed

    Commute Time Some High

    School

    High School

    Diploma/GED

    Trade or

    Vocational

    Training

    Some College College

    Graduate

    Graduate or

    Professional

    Degree

    < 15 min. 1.2% 13.7% 6.2% 24.9% 32.9% 21.1%

    > 15 min. 0.0% 11.7% 6.4% 35.1% 31.6% 15.2%

    15

  • Table 12: Top Five Employers

    Employer % Total

    Employment

    City of Hamilton 7.9%

    Miami University 3.8%

    Hamilton City Schools 3.3%

    Butler County 1.9%

    Kroger 1.6%

    All Others 81.5%

    16

  • Table 13: Top Employing Industries

    Industry % Total

    Employment

    Health Care and Social Assistance 15.4%

    Education 14.3%

    Manufacturing 6.9%

    Professional and Technical Services 6.1%

    Retail Trade 6.1%

    All Others 51.2%

    Table 14: Most Common Occupations

    Position % Total

    Employment

    Management (executive positions) 13.8%

    Education, Training, and Library 11.5%

    Office and Administrative Support 10.1%

    Health Care Practitioner 6.7%

    Sales 6.5%

    All Others 51.4%

    Table 15: Employment Status

    Commute Time Full-Time Part-Time

    < 15 min. 73.9% 26.1%

    > 15 min. 79.5% 20.5%

    Table 16: Underemployment

    Commute Time No Not Really Neutral Somewhat Very

    < 15 min. 61.9% 6.2% 10.0% 14.4% 7.5%

    > 15 min. 52.6% 11.7% 11.7% 15.2% 8.8%

    17

  • Table 17: Income Brackets

    Commute Time $0 - $29,999 $30,000 - $59,999 $60,000 - $89,999 $90,000 +

    < 15 min. 26.3% 49.7% 19.5% 4.5%

    > 15 min. 14.4% 56.0% 23.5% 6.1%

    Table 18: Benefits Received vs. Importance of Benefits

    Commute Time Health Insurance

    Received

    Paid Time Off

    Received

    Retirement Benefits

    Received

    Health Insurance

    Important

    Paid Time Off

    Important

    Retirement Benefits

    Important

    < 15 min. 72.1% 75.2% 68.9% 82.0% 49.7% 54.7%

    > 15 min. 79.0% 82.5% 74.9% 84.8% 46.2% 55.0%

    Table 19: Job Posting Sources

    Industry % Respondents

    Internet 56.2%

    Networking 32.2%

    Newspapers 6.8%

    Private Staffing Service 2.5%

    Job Fairs 2.0%

    Radio or TV 0.3%

    18

  • Table 20: Opportunities for Advancement

    Commute Time Strongly Agree Somewhat Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree

    < 15 min. 32.5% 23.8% 16.9% 17.5% 9.3%

    > 15 min. 29.2% 32.2% 15.8% 17.0% 5.8%

    Table 21: Incentives for Switching Jobs

    Commute Time Better Pay Closer Location Better Occupation Higher Position New Industry

    < 15 min. 59.6% 2.5% 27.3% 34.2% 11.8%

    > 15 min. 60.2% 43.9% 32.8% 29.8% 7.6%

    19

  • Table 22: Occupational Details by Industry1

    Occupation

    Code Occupation Title

    % Total

    Employment

    Mean Annual

    Wage

    Sector 61- Educational Services (including private, state, and local government schools)

    25-2021 Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education 10.51% $56,360

    25-9041 Teacher Assistants 8.05% $25,990

    25-2031

    Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical

    Education 7.38% $58,310

    25-2022

    Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical

    Education 4.86% $56,660

    25-3098 Substitute Teachers 4.64% $29,580

    Sector 62- Health Care and Social Assistance (including private, state, and local government hospitals)

    29-1141 Registered Nurses 12.88% $68,990

    31-1014 Nursing Assistants 7.31% $25,780

    39-9021 Personal Care Aides 5.80% $20,660

    31-1011 Home Health Aides 4.24% $21,920

    29-2061 Lic