ACLMIS (Alabama's Comprehensive Labor Market Information System)
Interactive database provides job
seeker/career assistance, industry/occupational/area profiles and detail, and training
Green Jobs in Alabama
Interactive portal for "green"
research and job opportunities. Includes labor market services in addition to identified
green jobs in Alabama.
Alabama Employer Locator
This tool uses the Business Finder of the CareerOneStop to search for employers by keyword, business name, industry, or occupation.
Listings in Business Finder are provided by Infogroup ® and are not reported from
the the confidential BLS records.
US Census Bureau, Local Employment Dynamics
About LED Extraction
About OTM for Emergency Mgt.
About QWI Explorer
Select an LED application:
LED time series data uses censuses and surveys to
provide a broad scope of information. Applications included here are the LED Extract
Tool , OnTheMap (OTM), OTM for Emergency Management, and QWI Explorer.
Statewide and Regional Products
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Table of Contents
Accelerate Alabama is a strategic plan developed January 2012 to provide direction
for economic development in the state for at least the next three years. Eleven
industry clusters were identified as areas of focus for recruitment, retention,
and renewal in the state. As a partner agency, the Alabama Department of Labor provides
information to support statewide economic development efforts. As a result, The
Labor Market Information Division developed a presentation on each industry cluster
which provides both trends and the most recent data to assist with the efforts of
this initiative. For more information on the Accelerate Alabama plan visit http://www.madeinalabama.com/.
An overview of each Industry Cluster is provided below:
Research & Development
BROCHURES and POSTERS
Career Cluster Products
(PDF) The career cluster posters represent the 16 career clusters identified by
the U.S. Department of Education, and adopted by the State of Alabama, that focus
on diverse pathways to achieving success. Alabama Department of Labor further defines
these career pathways by selecting common occupations with related education requirements,
work experience, wages and typical training needed, as defined by the U.S. Bureau
of Labor Statistics. Included in these lists are high skilled, high demand
and high wage occupations.
Select a poster
from the dropdown box.
brochure from the dropdown box.
High Demand Occupations Requiring Associate Degree and Under(PDF)
Select from these available areas:
Hot 40 Demand Occupations Poster
(PDF) The Hot 40 are jobs expected
to be in highest demand based on projected growth, average annual openings,
and average annual salary. The poster includes a short description of the occupation,
training/education, and skills requirements.
Posters for Employer Workplace
Many requests from employers concern the required Alabama Child Labor Law, Workers'
Compensation and Unemployment informational posters needed for display in their
business. This link will take you to the Alabama Department of Labor's online
REPORTS and SURVEYS
2017 Alabama State of the Workforce
Statewide and area reports are the
collaborative effort of several state agencies and the University of Alabama. Economic
analysis is presented by the Center for Business and Economic Research(CBER) and
the Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR).
2012 estimates of underemployed and characteristics of employed, underemployed and
nonworkers for the state and workforce development areas. Includes the survey questions
for underemployed and the results of the questions by area.
This report presents the results of the first attempt at forecasting underemployment
rates in the State of Alabama, Workforce Development Regions, and counties for 2013
through 2018 using past underemployment survey results.
A Comparison of 2013 Underemployment Rate Forecasts
And Survey Results in Alabama
This report presents a comparison of the 2013 underemployment survey results with
the first attempt at forecasting those rates for the State of Alabama, workforce
development regions, and counties. 2013 survey results are compared against the
forecasted results for 2013.
2011 Green Benefits Survey
(PDF) This survey reports
benefits offered by employers associated with products or services that improve
energy efficiency, expand use of renewable energy, or support environmental sustainability.
Business Employment Dynamics(BED) Newsletter
(PDF) STATE OF ALABAMA BUSINESS
EMPLOYMENT DYNAMICS: BED data are a quarterly measure of gross job gains (expansions
and openings) and gross job losses (contractions and closings) and is derived from
the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages.
The Alabama Labor Market Information
Division produces projected employment by occupation and industry for the State
and Workforce Development Regions. National Projections are available from the Bureau
of Labor Statistics' Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections.
2011 Benefits Survey
(PDF) Findings are organized by:
insurance, paid leave, retirement, miscellaneous benefits, and cost of benefits.
Survey findings are further summarized by industry, region of the state, and by
Alabama Green Report
(PDF) Reports the extent of the green labor market in plausible energy efficient
and renewable energy industries. Additionally, the report identifies occupations
and skill requirements characterized as ‘green’ within those industries in Alabama.
Older Worker Report
(PDF) The Geographic Distribution
and Characteristics of Older Workers in Alabama.
High Tech in Alabama
(PDF) Based on the Bureau of Labor
Statistics standards of High Technology Industries and Occupations, this report
displays the dispersion of high tech employment in the State and the Workforce Development
Regions (WDR). It concludes with employment projections for these high tech industries
and occupations for the State and regions.
The Help Wanted Online Data Series™ fills a critical gap in the current U.S. economic
indicators by providing timely monthly measures of labor demand (advertised vacancies)
at the national, regional, State and metropolitan area levels. These monthly measures
are comparable in timing and geographic detail to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
(BLS) monthly measures of labor supply (unemployment).
2013 Alabama Skills Gap Survey Results
The sample for this study included 6,926 Alabama employers in the utilities, construction
and manufacturing industries. Over 5,000 employers responded, providing information
on the recruiting challenges they face, skills gaps they have identified and their
future training needs.