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ERIC Number: ED278816
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1986-Dec
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Navy EEO Labor Market Availability Data for the Early 1990's. Research Report No. 47.
Atwater, D. M.; And Others
This report provides an update to 1992 of the Navy equal employment opportunity (EEO) and affirmative action availability data for each of the 64 local labor markets in which the U.S. Navy employs 250 or more civilian employees. Data are provided for the following nine major occupational categories: engineering and science technicians, scientists and engineers, other professionals, management and administrative personnel, other technicians, clerical occupations, other general schedule occupations, craftsmen and mechanics, and operatives and service workers. Data were collected and analyzed within the framework of the Civilian Occupation Planning Estimates System (COPES). Available labor force (AVAIL) models were used in conjunction with U.S. Census data to examine all persons in the civilian labor force to determine who would consider a specific Navy job an opportunity. The first step in compiling the data was to determine which workers and nonworkers match given Navy jobs with respect to wage bands, skill requirements, and educational and occupational skill/experience requirements. Next, the estimated available labor force for each job was further broken down by sex and race (White, Black, Hispanic, and other). The data are expected to be used for a variety of staffing policy decisions and research studies. (Appendixes include a listing of the principal Department of Navy local labor markets for civilian personnel planning; projected supply ratios for 1982 for each of the labor markets with breakdowns of male and female percentages by racial group; and information on possible measurement errors, confidence limits, and error measures for the AVAIL model.) (MN)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Numerical/Quantitative Data
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, DC.