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ERIC Number: ED053246
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Oct
Pages: 117
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California Manpower Needs to 1975.
California State Dept. of Human Resources Development, Sacramento.
This guide for those concerned with training needs of vocational planning is designed to provide detailed occupational projections for the State of California. Manpower needs for more than 150 occupational categories were computed by making estimates by industry and occupation for 1960 and 1968 and projections for 1975. Over the 7-year period from 1968-1975, 1.4 million new jobs will be created and 1.3 million will be open because of individuals leaving the labor force in California. About 60 percent of the State's total manpower needs will be for white collar workers. There will be openings for 535,000 professional and technical workers, 580,000 clerical workers, 325,000 craftsmen, and 390,000 service workers. White collar and service jobs will increase at a faster rate than blue collar jobs, and by 1975, it is anticipated that professional and technical, clerical, and service jobs will account for one-half of the State's employment. The guide contains 79 occupational briefs of the numerically largest categories (representing 95 percent of the State's manpower needs), each listing a job outlook, representative job titles from the "Dictionary of Occupational Titles," opportunities for special worker groups, and titles of any related "California Occupational Guides." (BC)
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Authoring Institution: California State Dept. of Human Resources Development, Sacramento.
Identifiers - Location: California