LMI for Educators and Trainers
The EDD Labor Market Information Division provides Information and data for educators and training facility administrators to answer the question - what are the occupations and skills for which you should provide training. Find other related resources for Trainers and Educators in Jobs and Training.
- Occupation Profile
- LMI Data for Educators
- Student Assistance Resources
- Training and Apprenticeship Information
- Training Program Classification
- Trends and Information for Educators
- Customized Data Service
- Additional Resources
Find detailed information for hundreds of occupations. The Occupational Profiles include information on wages, hiring trends, licensing, and more for an occupation in the State or a county.
LMI Data for Educators
- Employment Projections
Employment Projections estimate the changes in industry and occupational employment over time resulting from industry growth, technological change, and other factors. California produces long-term (10 year) projections of employment every 2 years for the State and local areas. Statewide short-term (2 year) projections are revised annually.
Job Outlook for California Community College Occupational Education Programs
This application provides a link between the Taxonomy of Programs (TOP) or the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) to the statewide and local area occupational projections developed by the Employment Development Department (EDD).
- Wages by Occupation
Find Wages for Occupation in your area.
- Education Pays
Earnings and Unemployment Rates by educational attainment.
Student Assistance Resources
- California Career Planning Guide
The California Career Planning Guide is a planning tool, which helps you collect useful information for developing your Career Action Plan. This publication is produced by the California Career Resource Network (CalCRN).
- Career Information
A valuable resource for your students to conduct career exploration, assessment, job search, training, and more.
- California Occupational Guides
California Occupational Guides – job duties, working conditions, employment outlook, wages, benefits, entrance requirements, and training – now with local data!
- Electronic Tools Guide
Provides jobseekers with the Department of Labor and Employment and Training Administrations range of online electronic tools (E-tools) to help individuals explore career opportunities and link to job postings, either on their own or at local American Job Centers, to make informed employment and education choices.
- Labor Market Information (LMI) Help With Program Decision Making
Guides you through the process of gathering the LMI you need for assessing the supply, demand, opportunities, and employers related to your occupational programs.
- Toolbox for Job Seekers
Toolbox for Job Seekers provides information on tools and resources to help make job searches and career exploration a little easier.
Training and Apprenticeship Information
- Training Provider Database
The EDD Labor Market Information Division maintains lists of training institutions in California.
- Update Training Provider Information
The listing of a training institution in the EDD databases is voluntary, to add your school to the list, complete the Training Provider Profile form.
- Eligible Training Providers for WIA Programs
The ETPL list is established and maintained by the Employment and Training Panel. The ETPL is an official list of training providers who are eligible to receive WIA funding through Individual Training Accounts (ITAs). This list Includes name, locations, fees, programs, occupations, and apprenticeship programs offered.
- ETPL Certification Process
To find out how to be included in the Employment and Training Panel official eligible training provider listing, please review the ETP policy and procedures and find out if you qualify and how to apply.
- Training Program Funding
In addition, training providers may be eligible to receive funding through the Employment Training Panel to provide specific training programs.
Training Program Classification
- Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP)
The purpose of the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) is to provide a taxonomic scheme that will support the accurate tracking, assessment, and reporting of fields of study and program completions activity. CIP was originally developed by the U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) in 1980, with revisions occurring in 1985 and 1990. The 2000 edition (CIP-2000) is the third revision of the taxonomy and presents an updated taxonomy of instructional program classifications and descriptions.
- Taxonomy of Programs (TOP) used by the California Community Colleges.
The Taxonomy of Program (TOP) is a system of numerical codes used at the state level to collect and report information on programs and courses, in different colleges throughout the state, that have similar outcomes.
- BLS Training Level Definitions
Training Level Definitions for occupational training and education classifications from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Trends and Information for Educators
- Beyond the Numbers
A new way to look at BLS data. BLS makes analysis of its data more accessible to the general public.
- California Labor Market and Economic Analysis 2012
This report provides a comprehensive analysis of current conditions and outlook for California's economy and labor market and highlights industry sectors with competitive economic advantage and importance. The report also summarizes short- and long-term industry and occupational projections with a focus on growth industries with high-demand occupations. The information in this report supports the California Workforce Development Board (State Board) Strategic Plan (Requires Acrobat Reader).
- Manufacturing Jobs in Demand
This report examines the current demand for jobs and skills in California’s manufacturing industry, and uses real-time access to job ads being posted online.
- Nontraditional Employment for Women
There are over 200 nontraditional occupations in California. Women make up 25 percent or less of the workforce for these jobs. They typically have a higher rate of pay than jobs traditionally held by women.
- SMART Scholarships for STEM Students
You can get paid to earn a degree in science, technology, engineering, or math.
STEMconnector provides organizations and corporations with tools and resources to assist them in making smart Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) investments. STEMconnector also provides reports and rankings on each state’s K-12 STEM educational accomplishments.
- Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering: 2013
This report provides statistical information about the participation of women, minorities, and persons with disabilities in science and engineering education and employment.
Customized Data Service
- Customized Services, Maps and Data Tabulations
- LMI Advisory Group
This Advisory Group supplements LMID's use of customer surveys and focus groups to get feedback on individual products or subject area.
- LMI Glossary of Terms
The following terms are commonly used in connection with employment and labor market information.
- LMI Publications
The Employment Development Department (EDD) produces several Labor Market Information (LMI) publications that are available to the public online. These publications are generally produced weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annually.
- "LMI e-Newsletter"
The monthly "LMI e-Newsletter"contains the latest news about additions to the Labormarketinfo website, new product and data releases, and announcements of special events.
- Información general en Español
El Departamento del Desarrollo del Empleo (EDD, por sus siglas en inglés) le ofrece una variedad de formularios, publicaciones y servicios en español al solicitante. Pero, tenga en cuenta que no toda la información que aparece en las páginas de Internet del Departamento del Desarrollo del Empleo está disponible en español.