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The St. Louis Workforce

The St. Louis Workforce TRA HELP WE TAKE BUSINESS TO A HIRE LEVEL i A Gateway to Employment There are 1,459,800PEOPLE in the St. Louis WORKFORCE. The Unemployment Rate3.8% in St. Louis is8.8% The Unemployment Rate: Trend of St. Louis vs. the Nation THAT MEANS 128,900 JOBS 12 St. Louis National Trend Line 10 are looking for The unemployment rate and the doom-and-gloom Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul 2010-2011 of the national workforce are looming topics for us all. However, for those living in St. Louis, things Unemployment by County Map may not be bad after all. so Find out why: The bi-state St. Louis MO-IL Metropolitan Area NextHotJobs llino's 8.3 ..IIIII-----II--- 8.8 Macoupin 8.4 Jersey Registered Nurses 1 9.1 Lincoln 8.6 8.5 Insurance Sales Agents 2 Bond 8.3 7.4 St. Charles 8.5 Louis Countt Madison Warren 11.5 St. Louis City 7.5 Clinton Electricians 10.1 8.6 Franklin Sales Representatives 4 St. Clair 7.0 8.4 Jefferson Monroe Administrative Workers and Managers 5 11.2 Washington Unemployment High Low Education Attainment: National vs. St. louis What jobs are paying the most? National Management: $100,710 St. Louis 25 Legal: $87,630 A 19 20 A 15 17 Architecture and Engineering: $70,920 12 11 10 Computer and Mathematical: $70,740 College, but no degree Associate Bachelor's Advanced Healthcare Practitioner: $62,450 degree degree degree 41% of people from St. Louis have completed a postsecondary degree, which is higher than the National average of 38.6%. Opportunities at Every Education Level On-the-Job Training 42% Work experience in related occupation Bachelor's Postsecondary vocational award Associate Degree 8% 27% Degree 13% 4% Master's and Doctoral Professional Degree 5% 1% Degree Almost half of the job openings offer on-the-job training, which means more opportunities for more people. 27% of job openings are for those with Bachelor's Degrees, which makes St. Louis a great city for young professionals. Good News: St. Louis Companies Are Still Offering Benefits Paid Vacation and Holidays: 87% Medical Insurance: 72% Bonus: 71% 401K/SAR/SEP (Small Business 401K)/Retirement: 60% Tuition Reimbursement: 37% Pension Program: 32% Base plus commission based on sales quota: 31% Stock Options/Profit sharing: 11% Retirement: 3% "87% of companies still offer paid vacation and holidays." 20 40 60 80 100 Percentage What Resources Job Seekers Are Looking For Why St. Louis 80 Forbes 70 - Job Search named St. Louis among its "Best Places for Business and Career" and St. Louis as no. 8 in "America's Best Housing Markets" in 2010. 66% 60 50 MarketWatch Application Preparation 38% 40 named St. Louis as the 25th "Best City for Business" in 2011. 30 Career Counseling 19% 20 E The Huffington Post Education and Training 8% 10 named St. Louis as one of the Top 10 Best Cities for Recent Grads in 2011. Census of Manufacturers showed that the productivity level of St. Louis-area manufacturing workers is 18.7 percent higher than the U.S. average. Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2011; US Census Bureau, 2009,2011; EMSI Complete Employment Report, 2011; Missouri Economic Research and Information Center, 2011; State of the St. Louis Workforce, 201l % Unemployment

The St. Louis Workforce

shared by Angel on Jan 25
This infographic takes a look at employment and career opportunities in St. Louis. It provides statistical data for the workforce in St. Louis and the different jobs available for different education levels.


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