Jobenomics, the book, deals with economics of business and job creation. Jobenomics national grassroots movement’s goal is to facilitate an economic environment that will create 20 million net new middle-class jobs within the next ten years. The movement has reached millions of people via its blog, reports, TV/radio, social media, lectures and word-of-mouth. Download Overview: Jobenomics Overview 23 April 2016
Research. Jobenomics produces a series of comprehensive reports including quarterly employment (Jobenomics U.S. Employment Analysis – Q2 2016 – 31 July 2016) and unemployment reports (Jobenomics U.S. Unemployment Analysis – Q2 2016 – 6 August 2016) that address U.S. labor force, emerging business trends and economic security. Jobenomics also lectures on economic, industry and policy issues and opportunities related to job and business creation. Goal: evaluate U.S. labor force statistics, issues and solutions.
Key Focus Areas. While Jobenomics addresses big business and government employment, its principal focus is on highly-scalable small and self-employed businesses that employ 80% of Americans and have produced 80% of all new jobs this decade. Women, minorities, new workforce entrants and the growing cadre of other poor represent populations with the highest need and potential.
National-Level Initiatives. Jobenomics developed two detailed reports (several hundred pages) involving emerging technologies and systems related to the Energy Technology Revolution (ETR, Energy Technology Revolution 18 June 2015 (Reduced File Size)) and the Network Technology Revolution (NTR, Network Technology Revolution -19 Nov 2015) that could create 20 million new American jobs within a decade given proper leadership and support. The ETR plan addresses emerging technologies, processes, systems and services across the entire energy spectrum for electrical power generation, transportation, storage and energy-related services. The NTR is characterized by a “perfect storm” of advanced technologies including cloud computing, semantic webs, ubiquitous computing, advanced networks, machine learning, robotics, credentialing, Internet-of-Things and artificial intelligence. The NTR plan addresses America’s transition from a traditional to a digital economy and the transformational impact that the NTR will have on the economy, businesses and the labor force.
Jobenomics is now working directly with community leaders to develop business and job creation initiatives to mass-produce small businesses and jobs. Emphasis is placed on demographics with the greatest need and potential—women, minorities and youth. Jobenomics New York City, Delaware and Baltimore City initiatives are underway with other city and state efforts in progress including North Carolina and it major cities.
- Jobenomics New York City’s employment goal is for 1,000,000 net new jobs by 2026 in the five boroughs of New York City. Jobenomics New York City is led by a Harlem community leader who is also running for Mayor of New York City. Jobenomics New York City presentation, http://jobenomicsblog.com/jobenomics-new-york-city/.
- Jobenomics Delaware’s employment goal is for 150,000 net new jobs by 2026 across the three counties and three major cities in Delaware. Jobenomics Delaware is led by a Dover business executive who is running for Lt. Governor. Jobenomics Delaware presentation, http://jobenomicsblog.com/jobenomics-delaware/.
- Jobenomics Baltimore City’s employment goal is for 100,000 net new inner-city jobs by 2026. Jobenomics Baltimore City is currently being led by a Commissioner of the Governors Workforce Investment Committee and inner-city Baltimore community leader. Jobenomics Baltimore City presentation, http://jobenomicsblog.com/jobenomics-baltimore-city/.
These community leaders are working with other community, government and business leaders to develop detailed plans, with actionable milestones, for citizens who desire meaningful jobs or want to start a business. A 16-page Jobenomics City & State Initiatives White Paper is available at Jobenomics City State Initiatives 29 July 2016.
Jobenomics developed an Urban Mining program (Jobenomics Urban Mining – August 2015) to help cities monetize high value waste streams in order to create jobs and fund local business generation efforts. As part of this program, Jobenomics established eCyclingUSA (http://ecyclingusa.com/, eCyclingUSA Presentation -6 Jan 16) to help communities reclaim high value metals from electronic waste and use profits (average $30 million per year) for jobs and business creation.
Jobenomics is working with numerous communities and national organizations regarding implementing Community-Based Business Generator programs, and related certification and funding efforts, to mass-produce women-owned, minority-owned, Generation Y/Z-owned and veteran-owned businesses.
Other detailed reports are located in the Recent Posts and Free Downloads sections. I hope you visit often and look forward to your comments.
Chuck Vollmer, Jobenomics Founder & Author
1645 White Pine Drive, Vienna VA 22182, Email: cvollmer@Jobenomics.com,Office: 703-319-2090 Office