Labor Market Surveys are used to identify the types of employment opportunities that are available for an individual within their local economy. The Survey Report focuses on outlining the occupations, employers, and wages that would be appropriate for the individual to consider.
The Survey Report outlines:
A summary of all contacts which will include the company contacted, information obtained during the conversation, and date of contact.
The positions which were noted as being at the company which were within the individual’s restrictions, wages for each position, and position qualifications.
It will be noted if the positions would be appropriate for the specific individual based on their restrictions, skills, and qualifications.
The date of the last hire for the positions surveyed. If a position is currently available, application instructions will be obtained and provided.
A professional opinion as to if the information obtained in the survey is positive or negative for the individual as to if there are sufficient job opportunities that could lead to gainful employment within the individual’s area of residence.
Recommendations will be made based on the results of the survey outlining services available to assist the individual in returning to employment. Recommendations could include Job Placement Assistance or vocational retraining and would be dependent upon the results of the study.