Layers display information about total employment density (jobs per acre) at the census block group level. For additional map layers displaying employment density by industry, browse the Map Room data and navigate to Economic>Labor Market>Employment>Jobs by Industry.
This layer displays information about employment accessibility by estimating the number of jobs within 45 minutes (drive time) from each census block group.
Layer displays information about the changes in numbers of people counted as being a part of the labor force as defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Data is shown for labor force changes between 1, 3, 5, and 10 year intervals from both the current month and the annual 2012 numbers. For more data layers from this series, search the Map Room for the term labor force.
This layer displays the location of Missouri Chambers of Commerce and Industry.The Chamber’s mission is creating an environment in which businesses can prosper. The main function of a Chamber of Commerce is to promote interest in local business possibilities.It provides educational opportunities and assists businesses with the latest marketing and promotional techniques. Data was provided by the Missouri Chamber Federation in September, 2020 and addresses were geocoded using ArcGIS Online.
This layer displays the location of various apprenticeship programs throughout the state of Missouri. Registered Apprenticeship is a highly flexible “earn while you learn” training model for employment that pays more as a worker (apprentice) reaches higher productivity levels. In addition to rewarding performance, Registered Apprenticeship combines employer-driven job-related instruction with extensive on-the-job learning under the supervision of a trade professional. After completing a Registered Apprenticeship, the apprentice receives a nationally-recognized occupational credential that communicates the standards and high level of training that their employer provides.
These layers display the gap in the percent of advertised jobs posted for an industry and the percent of jobseekers applying for positions in that industry. This analysis takes job seeker information from people who registered
with jobs.mo.gov in 2016, and compares it to employer job ads during the same time period. The analysis was done by the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center (MERIC), CARES digitized the regions used in the report and used the data tables to create the map layers. The original MERIC report can be found at https://meric.mo.gov/media/pdf/missouri-labor-supply-and-demand-analysis
This layer displays the location of Area Career Centers (ACCs) in Missouri. Area Career Centers provide Career and Technical Training for students from participating high schools and community colleges. Courses often include Culinary and Hospitality Management, Building Trades, Electrical Technologies, Early Education, and others, but vary from center to center. Contact your local ACC for more information on what courses are offered.
American Job Centers are designed to provide a full range of assistance to job seekers under one roof. Established under the Workforce Investment Act, and reauthorized in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act of 2014, the centers offer training referrals, career counseling, job listings, and similar employment-related services. Customers can visit a center in person or connect to the center’s information online or through kiosk remote access.