OCCUPATIONAL TRENDS

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THE HOLLYWOOD MODEL CAN REVEAL THE FUTURE OF WORK

The Hollywood Model, where workers are on short-term, project-based teams rather than in long-term, open-ended jobs, is the result of a shift in our economy. We have reached the end of a century-long economic period that was dominated by big businesses offering essentially identical products. The Hollywood model is now used to build bridges, design apps or start restaurants. (New York Times, May 10, 2015)


LIFETIME SALARIES DIFFER SIGNIFICANTLY FOR COLLEGE GRADUATES

Depending on field of study, lifetime income could be several million dollars more according to a detailed study by Georgetown University (Wall Street Journal May 7, 2015)


RECENT COLLEGE GRADUATES EMPLOYMENT IMPROVING

Survey data by the National Association of Colleges and Employers found 53% of 2014 graduates had full time jobs, 7% part time, 17% in graduate school and 19% unemployed. (Employment Picture Brightens for College Graduates in 2014, Wall Street Journal, Feb 27, 2015)


AUTOMATION AND JOBS

Researchers continue to debate how much automation and technological changes will affect future job prospects with increasing concern that the impact will be substantial in many occupations. (Wall Street Journal, February 25, 2015)


MID SKILLED JOBS IN DEMAND

A significant number of unfilled job openings are occurring in trucking, purchasing manager and medical record technician occupations according to a comprehensive analysis of national job postings. (Wall Street Journal, January 2, 2015)


TECHNICAL CAREERS RECEIVING MORE COUNSELOR ATTENTION

Excellent employment prospects with good salaries, coupled with increasing college costs are causing more counselors and students to consider alternatives to a university degree. (Wall Street Journal January 8, 2015)

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Occupational Trends

LIFETIME SALARIES DIFFER SIGNIFICANTLY FOR COLLEGE GRADUATES

Depending on field of study, lifetime income could be several million dollars more according to a detailed study by Georgetown University (Wall Street Journal May 7, 2015)

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These briefs identify articles of national significance from reliable sources that can be accessed for further information. NCDA does not guarantee these briefs. Members may submit briefs - click here for the Submission Form. For submission questions or help accessing sources, contact Charles Lehman 
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