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Employment Outlook-Long Term Projections

Posted by LMI Win-Win Network - On March 14, 2012 (EST)

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Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)  Employment Outlook-Long Term Projections

This Webinar will provide an overview of the BLS 2010-2020 Occupational Projections.

Presenter(s): Dixie Sommers, Assistant Commissioner, U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics
James Franklin, Economist, U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Alexandra Hall, LMI Director, State of Colorado
Moderator(s): Samuel Wright, Workforce Analyst, Office of Workforce Investment, Employment and Training Administration
Date: March 16, 2012
Time: 2:00pm Eastern (1:00pm/Central, 12:00pm/Mountain, 11:00am/Pacific)
Length: 60 minutes

The BLS 2010-2020 Occupational Projections were recently published.  This Webinar will give insight into the methodology and background for this year’s National Long Term Projections.  This forum will give stakeholders an opportunity to gain insight into the various subject matters concerning the BLS 2010-2020 Occupational Projections.  In addition, the Projections Managing Partnership consortium chair will provide valuable information about the recently redesigned state and local projections software suite and its new report manager that allows never before available projections data displays. This Webinar is suitable for State and Local Workforce Investment Board policy makers, strategic planners, state LMI, workforce information, and research and statistics shops and stakeholders in the economic development and education communities.   Space is limited to the first 100 registrants. Everyone who registers or is placed on the waiting list will be notified by e-mail when the archived Webinar recording is available two business days after the Webinar is recorded.  

Registration for this Webinar is limited and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please register today!

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  1. Click on the URL https://www.workforce3one.org/view/5001205337644798216/info
  2. Click the "Login Now" button and type in your email and password.  Then click the “Reserve Seat Now” button.  If you haven't updated your password within the past 90 days, you will be prompted to do so.  If you do not have a Workforce3 One account yet, you must create and activate an account before you can register for the webinar.  Click here to create your free account. Once you’ve created and subsequently activated your Workforce3 One account, please refer back to this email so that you may register for the free webinar.
  3. Once you have registered for the webinar event, you will receive an email with detailed instructions for accessing the webinar.  We ask that you listen to the audio portion of the live webinar via Internet Telephony (through your computer speakers). You will also be supplied with a teleconference number and access code if you must join using a telephone. If possible, we encourage you to use Internet Telephony, as we are limited in the number of teleconference lines and the more people that use Internet Telephony, the more capacity we have for those that must join using a telephone.  If anything changes and you no longer wish to attend, please go to your dashboard on https://www.workforce3one.org/ and remove your registration.

PLEASE NOTE: If multiple participants from the same location are joining the live event, we encourage you to join at one location. This will allow for a larger number of participants to attend.

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Accessibility
If you are deaf, hard-of-hearing, or have speech disabilities and captioning would facilitate your participation in this Webinar, you can register for captioning service through the Federal Relay Conference Captioning. Please note the Federal Relay Service requires at least 48 hours notice (2 working days) to guarantee coverage. Click here for more information.




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