Counties:

Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Benito, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, and Sonoma

John Carrese, Center Director

(415) 452-5529
jcarrese@ccsf.edu
Type Title Region Publish Date
Type and Tile:
Report

Regional Labor Market Assessment Bay Region

Description:

Regional Labor Market Assessment Bay Region

Regional Labor Market Assessment for the San Francisco Bay Region

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
10/3/16
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Wine/Viticulture Occupations in the North Bay

Description:

Wine/Viticulture Occupations in the North Bay

This study reports findings from a survey conducted with vineyards and wineries in the North Bay to assess the demand for four technical occupations. Data is presented on the industry, employment projections, education/skill requirements, workforce challenges and educational programs. Potential training gaps were identified.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
9/24/15
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Wine/Viticulture Occupations in the North Valley

Description:

Wine/Viticulture Occupations in the North Valley

This study reports findings from a survey conducted with vineyards and wineries in the North Bay to assess the demand for four technical occupations. Data is presented on the industry, employment projections, education/skill requirements, workforce challenges and educational programs. Potential training gaps were identified.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
9/24/15
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Medical Laboratory Technician Occupational Profile

Description:

Medical Laboratory Technician Occupational Profile

Findings for Medical Laboratory Technicians from CHA and COE/HWI surveys in 2014.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
7/14/15
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Physician Assistant Occupational Profile

Description:

Physician Assistant Occupational Profile

Findings for Physician Assistants from CHA and COE/HWI surveys in 2014.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
3/18/15
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Health Occupations

Description:

Health Occupations

Key Findings Report for 10 healthcare occupations in the Bay Area from CHA and CWI/COE surveys.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
3/4/15
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Certified Nursing Assistant Occupational Profile

Description:

Certified Nursing Assistant Occupational Profile

Findings for Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs) from HWI/COE and CHA surveys conducted in 2014

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
3/2/15
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Home Health Aide Occupational Profile

Description:

Home Health Aide Occupational Profile

Findings for Home Health Aides (HHAs) from HWI/COE and CHA surveys conducted in 2014.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
3/2/15
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Licensed Vocational Nurse Occupational Profile

Description:

Licensed Vocational Nurse Occupational Profile

Findings for Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs) from HWI/COE and CHA surveys conducted in 2014.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
2/25/15
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Medical Assistant Occupational Profile

Description:

Medical Assistant Occupational Profile

Findings for Medical Assistants (MAs) from HWI/COE and CHA surveys conducted in 2014.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
2/25/15
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Medical Coder Occupational Brief

Description:

Medical Coder Occupational Brief

Findings for Medical Coders from HWI/COE and CHA surveys conducted in 2014.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
2/25/15
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Occupational Therapy Assistant Occupational Profile

Description:

Occupational Therapy Assistant Occupational Profile

Findings for Occupational Therapy Assistants (OTAs) from HWI/COE and CHA surveys conducted in 2014.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
2/25/15
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Registered Nurse Ocupational Profile

Description:

Registered Nurse Ocupational Profile

Findings for Registered Nurses (RNs) from HWI/COE and CHA surveys conducted in 2014.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
2/23/15
Type and Tile:
Report

Life Sciences & Biotech Middle Skills Workforce

Description:

Life Sciences & Biotech Middle Skills Workforce

The life sciences/biotechnology sector has been strong and steady job generator, growing jobs at a pace well above the national average. Within California, the life sciences/biotechnology industries are concentrated in and economically important to the three regions - Los Angeles/Orange County, San Francisco Bay, and San Diego. This study looks at both labor market demand and college supply data to determine if California's community colleges are meeting the employer demand for middle skills biotechnology workforce.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
10/7/14
Type and Tile:
Report

ICT Issues and Opportunities

Description:

ICT Issues and Opportunities

The ICT workforce does not just work for ICT industry employers - these professionals are strategically essential to most organizations and are found within all industry sectors in California.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
7/16/14
Type and Tile:
Report

Mobile Media Workforce & Employment

Description:

Mobile Media Workforce & Employment

Presentation providing key findings from Mobile Media statewide scan.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
4/11/12
Type and Tile:
Key Findings

Press Release: Solar Study

Description:

Press Release: Solar Study

A study released by the Centers of Excellence finds that job opportunities in the solar industry are expected to increase by up to 40 percent in the next three years. The “Solar Industry & Occupations: Distributed and Utility-scale Generation” report also looked at the availability of community college courses and programs educating potential employees for the solar industry in California.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
3/5/12
Type and Tile:
Report

Solar Industry & Occupations: Distributed and Utility-scale Generation

Description:

Solar Industry & Occupations: Distributed and Utility-scale Generation

According to a recent survey of employers, California's solar industry, currently accounting for close to 50,000 workers, is expected to increase by as many as 18,000 jobs by 2015.

Region:
Bay Area
Publish Date:
2/8/12