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Jan 31, 2018
Across Massachusetts, economic growth is currently constrained by a labor shortage that many jobseekers cannot fill because they don’t possess requisite skills. For the past nine months, in partnership with the Massachusetts Workforce Skills Cabinet, the Merrimack Valley, North Shore, and Greater Lowell Workforce Boards led a region-wide planning effort to develop strategies that bridge this gap. Included in this effort were the region’s workforce, economic development, education, and business leaders.
The resultant Northeast Regional Labor Market Blueprint outlines priority and critical industries and occupations and strategies to support these industries and occupations.
This draft Blueprint is now available for public review and comment through March 2, 2018. Once the comment period ends, the Blueprint will be finalized and become a focal point for resource allocations and programs that will strengthen the Northeast economy now and into the future.
Interested parties can obtain a draft of the Labor Market Blueprint here: Northeast Regional Labor Market Blueprint
Comment period has closed.
Please submit via email, with subject indicating “Comments on Regional Plan”, to:
Maquisha Alleyne at firstname.lastname@example.org
May 20, 2015
Choosing a career path can be confusing for today’s youth. This is a Youth Labor Market Blue Print that was made specifically for teens to navigate the labor market. We have highlighted some of the skills and requirements that they will need to find a good job or to begin a career path. The North Shore has a high concentration of stable industries that have historically employed a large number of North Shore residents. Employment in the region tends to have consistent patterns in good and bad economic times making the area a good choice to reside. However, the best employment prospect now have a high level of educational attainment or require several years of apprenticeship training. Teens can use the Youth Labor Market Blue Print to discover the different North Shore industries. The Youth Labor Market Blue Print will help match a youth’s own abilities and aptitude with the career opportunities available throughout the North Shore.
Youth Labor Market Blue Print Poster are available to education providers free of charge. Posters are 18X24 and feature descriptive elements of the Youth Labor Market Blue Print with a QR code that links to the document. Interested parties should contact the WIB office for a free copy of the Youth Labor Market Blue Print Poster.
Dec 02, 2014
North Shore Labor Market Blueprint and Economic Snapshot Release Event
The only up-to-date report on the North Shore Economy and Workforce.
Come learn about North Shore critical and emerging industries and how we can keep them strong well into the future!
December 18, 2014
3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Salem State University
Marsh Hall Room 210
71B Loring Avenue, Salem, MA 01970
Please RSVP to Maquisha Alleyne at 978-741-3805
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