An overview of issues
- Labour market statistics quarterly update. // Labour Market Trends;May2005, Vol. 113 Issue 5, p183
Presents information on the updated quarterly labor market statistics in Great Britain. Public sector employment statistics; Working-age benefits data; Release of 2001 Census Standard Tables for England and Wales on Nomis database.
- Seasonal adjustment review of the claimant count series. Vijayakumar, Nimmy // Labour Market Trends;May2005, Vol. 113 Issue 5, p209
Discusses the seasonal adjustment review of the claimant count series in the labor market in Great Britain. Challenges in analyzing claimant count series; Recommendation from the 2005 review; Revisions to seasonally adjusted claimant count series from January 2002 to January 2005. INSETS: Key...
- Key data. // Labour Market Trends;Jul2005, Vol. 113 Issue 7, p269
Presents a summary of the labor market in Great Britain from the third quarter of 2004 through April 2005.
- Projections of Manpower Supply in a Specific Occupation. Rosenthal, Neal // Monthly Labor Review;Nov66, Vol. 89 Issue 11, p1262
Discusses methods of making projections of manpower supply. Establishment of current supply estimates; Development of annual job force entrants from all sources for the period that the projection is to cover; Aggregation of base current supply with estimates of annual number of entrants;...
- The Labor-Shortage Myth. Overholt, Alison // Fast Company;Aug2004, Issue 85, p23
This article discusses the expected labor shortage in the U.S. Workers, especially skilled workers, could expect higher wages and better perks. Employers would have to recast their hiring and retention strategies. The workforce is aging. By 2015, nearly one-fifth of workers will be over age...
- Skills shortage runs deep. d'Angelo Fisher, Leo // BRW;2/14/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p53
The article focuses on the skills shortage in Australia. For many employers, the shortage of skilled and experienced staff is a deeper issue than the trades. Organizations are being frustrated by a scarcity of talent across diverse occupations. This situation needs to transform the workplace for...
- The labor shortage is manageable. Larsen, Craig // Wenatchee Business Journal;Jul2006, Vol. 20 Issue 7, pA18
The article presents tips on how to address the labor shortage problem in Wenatchee Valley in Washington. Employers should try to retain their current employees, train and support them to grow to be ready for higher positions as they become available. It is also important to be creative in job...
- Native- and Foreign-Born Workers. // Economic Trends (07482922);Jun2006, p13
The article discusses data on native- and foreign-born workers in the United States. In 2005, foreign-born employees represented around 15% of the labor force. Around 80% of native-born workers are non-Hispanic or non-Latino whites, while almost half of foreign-born workers are Hispanic or...
- Key data. // Labour Market Trends;May2005, Vol. 113 Issue 5, p177
Presents statistical information on the labor market in Great Britain. Employment status; Unemployment rate; Workless households.