• Jobenomics Erie

    For more information go to: JobenomicsErie.com Jobenomics Erie’s focus is on mass producing micro-businesses and jobs with emphasis on inner-city Erie minorities, veterans, women, new workforce entrants and other hopefuls who want a job, career and those who are entrepreneurial enough to start their own small or self-employed business. Over the next 5-years, Jobenomics Erie program goal is to create hundreds of micro-businesses that will produce 3,500 new direct jobs (not including indirect and induced jobs) with livable wages and ...
  • News on Jobenomics Baltimore City’s Minority-Owned Business Plan

    Jobenomics: Baltimore City’s Minority-Owned Business Plan by: Rev. Dr. Alvin C. Hathaway Sr. Special to the AFRO November 30, 2016 Download This Article from Afro-American Newspaper  (the Afro-American newspaper is the is the leading news provider for African Americans in the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area and the longest running African American, family-owned newspaper in the US.) Download Jobenomics Baltimore City Plan The Rev. Dr. Alvin C. Hathaway Sr. (Courtesy Photo) Baltimore has a long history of creating minority-owned businesses and ...
  • News on Jobenomics Baltimore

    ‘Jobenomics Baltimore City’ Seeks Restoration of Baltimore’s Labor Force by: Rev. Dr. Alvin Hathaway, Sr. Special to the AFRO / (Courtesy Photo) / November 26, 2016 Download This Article Earlier this year, the Jobenomics Baltimore City initiative, part of the Jobenomics National Grassroots Movement is trying to achieve with local communities, was contacted by West Baltimore community leaders in regard to developing a Jobenomics Baltimore small business and job creation plan. Based on statistical research, neighborhood tours and meetings with ...
  • Jobenomics U.S. Unemployment Analysis: Q3 2016

    Jobenomics U.S. Unemployment Analysis: Q3 2016 By: Chuck Vollmer 28 October 2016 Jobenomics reports on U.S. unemployment and employment statistics, characteristics and trends.  This 70-page Jobenomics U.S. Unemployment Analysis: Q3 2016 report focuses on the unemployed and underemployed, labor force losses, economic sustainability, income inequality, voluntary workforce departures and non-working population, welfare, and the small business creation solution.  The 140-page Jobenomics U.S. Employment Analysis: Q3 2016 report focuses on the employed and working population, U.S. labor force gains, economic growth, ...
  • Jobenomics U.S. Unemployment Analysis: Q2 2016

    Jobenomics U.S. Unemployment Analysis: Q2 2016      By: Chuck Vollmer Contact information: cvollmer@jobenomics.com Download 50-page report at: Jobenomics U.S. Unemployment Analysis – Q2 2016 – 6 August 2016 6 August 2016 Jobenomics reports on U.S. unemployment and employment size, characteristics and trends.   This Analysis focuses on how the U.S. government reports on unemployment and income statistics, why Americans who can work chose not to work, and the impact of 109.8 million non-working able-bodied citizens are having on the U.S. ...
  • Jobenomics Community-Based Business Generators

     Jobenomics Community-Based Business Generators By: Chuck Vollmer 16 August 2016 Download PDF: Jobenomics Community-Based Business Generators – 16 August 2016 The way that government and big business can plan, manage and support small business and job creation is via community-based business incubators, business accelerators and business generators. Business incubators tend to focus high-tech, silver bullet innovations that have extraordinary growth and employment potential.   Business accelerators focus on expanding existing businesses in order to make them larger and more profitable.  The ...
  • Jobenomics City & State Initiatives

    Jobenomics City & State Initiatives By: Chuck Vollmer 26 November 2016 Download 25-page White Paper 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, youth and socioeconomically distressed citizens.  Jobenomics New York City, Delaware and Baltimore City initiatives are underway with other city (Harlem, Phoenix) and state (North Carolina, Southern Maryland) efforts in progress.  Jobenomics is also developing a fourth national-level initiative dealing with Rural/Agricultural business and ...
  • Jobenomics Delaware

    Jobenomics Delaware Initiative (JDI) By: La Mar Gunn, Candidate for Lt. Governor 30 June 2016 Download presentation and white paper at: Jobenomics Delaware Presentation – 23 June 2016 Jobenomics Delaware White Paper 30 June 2016   After ten years of effort, hundreds of meetings with policy-makers, thousands of meetings with business and community leaders and an outreach effort to over two million people, many Americans believe that the Jobenomics Plan for America is the most mature and comprehensive business and ...
  • 2016 State of the U.S. Labor Force

    2016 State of the U.S. Labor Force By: Chuck Vollmer 11 January 2016 Download a copy of this report at:  2016 U.S. Labor Force State-of-the-Union 11 Jan 2015 Executive Summary.  To get a true picture of the 2016 state of the U.S. labor force, one must examine all three labor force categories reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (Employed, Unemployed and Not-in-Labor-Force) as opposed to focusing on the “official” Unemployed rate known as the U3 rate, which represents ...
  • Minority-Owned Businesses

    Download PDF Version: Minority-Owned Businesses – 10 Jan 2014 Minority-Owned Businesses www.Jobenomics.com By: Chuck Vollmer 10 January 2014 Executive Summary.   Today, there are 6 million minority-owned businesses in the US.  Jobenomics advocates a national goal of 18 million by year 2020—a goal that is achievable and necessary.  Race and ethnicity are important elements of America’s economic equation.  Jobenomics forecasts that income opportunity (see Income Inequality versus Opportunity posting) will become a leading domestic issue as minorities assert their growing demographic, ...
  • Fastest Growing Occupations

    Download PDF Version: Fastest Growing Occupations – 22 Oct 2013 22 October 2013 As discussed in the latest monthly Jobenomics Employment Report, 84.3% of all new jobs this decade have been created in four of the thirteen US industry groups.  The fastest growing industry is Professional and Business Services with 2.131 million new jobs followed by Trade, Transportation and Utilities with 1.498 million; Education and Health Services with 1.385 million; and Leisure and Hospitality with 1.278 million for a grand ...
  • Construction Industry Forecast

    Highlights of this posting: The US construction industry was one of the hardest hit industries in the Great Recession and is the second worst industry in terms of employment of the ten private sectors industries. Overall construction industry employment is down -29% with the residential sector down -42%, nonresidential (commercial building) down -23% and the non-building publically financed infrastructure/heavy construction/civil engineering sector down -18%.  The official unemployment rate for this industry is 14.2% as of June 2012.  Overall construction industry ...