Visualizing Transitions into the Workforce

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September 26, 2011

Visualizing Transitions into the Workforce

An approach to calculate and present the transition of college graduates into various sectors of the economy.

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Tom Schenk Jr

September 26, 2011
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  2. • What are Iowa community colleges role in labor supply?

    • We already know degrees provide an economic return (Schenk & Matsuyama, 2009).
  3. • Educational administrative records rose in popularity during the 1990s.

    • Actively used to meet state and federal requirements (e.g., Perkins IV Act). • Unemployment Insurance (UI) records are used to administer unemployment insurance benefits.
  4. Many studies have used UI records to calculate wages and

    returns to degree (e.g., Schenk & Matsuyama, 2009). Studies have not focused on industry of employment.
  5. National Student Clearinghouse Unemployment Insurance Community College MIS TEOS

  6. Majors are chosen from the Community College MIS, which uses

    the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIPs). Each employee is linked to an employer, which is categorized into an industry using the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).
  7. 1. Agriculture & Natural Resources 2. Architecture & Construction 3.

    Arts, A/V, Technology & Communication 4. Business Management & Administration 5. Education 6. Finance 7. Government & Public Administration 8. Health Science 9. Hospitality & Tourism 10. Human Services 11. Information Technology 12. Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security 13. Manufacturing 14. Marketing 15. Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics 16. Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics 17. College Parallel
  8. 1. Agriculture, et al. 2. Mining, et al. 3. Utilities

    4. Construction 5. Manufacturing 6. Wholesale Trade 7. Retail Trade 8. Transportation & Warehousing 9. Information 10. Finance 11. Real Estate 12. Professional, Scientific, et al. 13. Management 14. Administrative, Support, Waste Management, et al. 15. Educational Services 16. Health Care 17. Arts, Entertainment 18. Accommodation 19. Other Services 20. Public Administration
  9. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) by Two-digit Industry Code

    11 21 22 23 31-33 42 44-45 48-49 51 52 53 54 55 56 61 62 71 72 81 92 Total Career Clusters Agriculture 26 0 3 33 65 84 65 19 10 6 1 13 0 40 23 12 15 14 9 16 454 Architecture/Construction 9 3 29 219 150 33 58 20 4 6 6 14 2 29 12 8 1 31 10 11 655 Arts/AV/Comm. 1 0 2 13 61 19 65 4 31 16 6 17 0 17 8 20 4 27 12 1 324 Business 9 5 8 76 248 60 246 53 64 175 22 80 6 111 65 202 18 119 34 36 1,637 Education 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 12 3 0 4 0 1 26 Finance 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 2 18 1 0 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 34 Government 0 0 0 3 19 8 20 4 2 3 0 1 0 6 5 36 1 7 4 4 123 Health 9 1 9 49 301 57 222 32 43 96 22 58 4 172 167 2,333 35 146 62 97 3,915 Hospitality 1 0 0 5 18 8 27 4 5 5 1 1 2 19 5 21 11 76 2 2 213 Human Services 1 0 0 4 22 1 44 1 2 14 3 4 1 14 78 117 2 24 12 4 348 IT 3 0 3 22 122 27 73 20 60 71 8 37 4 41 30 37 5 35 17 13 628 Law 5 0 1 31 77 28 57 15 8 23 1 5 1 46 15 44 8 35 5 113 518 Manufacturing 7 2 5 69 292 27 23 17 2 1 3 5 0 14 7 3 1 6 7 8 499 Marketing 0 0 0 14 24 17 59 7 20 33 3 6 0 17 9 18 6 20 7 4 264 STEM 2 0 4 31 105 13 20 4 4 1 2 25 1 10 5 6 3 12 4 6 258 Transportation 11 12 3 107 260 105 190 78 10 5 4 2 1 50 3 5 2 30 79 5 962 College Parallel 59 14 43 481 1,454 394 1,285 217 291 714 75 242 24 631 761 1,657 122 793 282 311 9,850 Total 143 37 110 1,157 3,223 881 2,458 495 559 1,188 158 510 46 1,219 1,207 4,526 234 1,379 546 632 20,708
  10. Does each major deserve the same attention? Education <100 College

    parallel >9,800 What stands out? Anything?
  11. Source: Marin Krzywinski, 2009

  12. Circos is a program originally designed to map the relationship

    between chromosomes from different species using the visual structure.
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  14. chr – cc1 Agriculture 0 415 chr – cc2 Architecture

    0 603 chr – cc3 Arts 0 430 … chr – ic1 Agriculture 0 197 chr – ic2 Mining 0 97 chr – ic3 Construction 0 1178 …
  15. segdup0001 cc1 0 34 segdup0001 ic1 0 34 segdup0002 cc1

    35 90 segdup0002 ic2 0 55 … segdup21 cc13 0 17 segdup21 ic1 35 51
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  18. • College parallel (transfer) programs provide half of the labor

    supply from community colleges. • Those students have relatively weak earnings (Schenk & Matsuyama, 2009). • Health science majors almost universally transition to health-related industries. • Manufacturing is supplied labor from all career clusters.