The movie Risky Business refers to what type
of service “career”?
a. Hospitality Service
b. Funeral Service
c. Customer Service
d. Financial Service
The movie Risky Business refers to what
type of service profession?
b. Funeral Service
c. Customer Service
Education Pays
“Dude, I just heard that when all this is over,
we’ve gotta get jobs.”
Job Market For
College Grads
8
A Review of
2006-07 Recruiting &
2007-08 Projections
In THIS 1996 movie, Tom Cruise works for a sports
management company and has a heated phone
conversation with a star athlete who keeps saying
“Show me the money!”
a. Color of Money
b. The Firm
b. Jerry Mcguire
d. The Color Green
In THIS 1996 movie, Tom Cruise works for a
sports management company and has a heated
phone conversation with a star athlete who keeps
saying “Show me the money!”
a. Color of Money
b. Jerry McGuire
Top Majors Based on Number
of Offers Extended by
Employers in 2006-07
Major
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Accounting
Finance
Business Adm/Management
Mechanical Engineering
Marketing
Electrical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Computer Science
Industrial/Mfg Engineering
Computer Engineering
Management Information Systems
Elementary Education
Nursing
05-06
$45,656
$ ----$42,048
$51,732
$37,851
$53,552
$46,023
$56,651
$51,305
$51,342
$53,651
$45,724
$31,411
$43,753
06-07
% Change
$46,718
$47,239
#43,701
$54,128
$40,161
$55,292
$48,509
$59,361
$53,396
$55,667
$56,261
$47,648
$34,565
$44,492
2.3
--3.5
4.6
6.1
3.2
5.4
4.8
4.1
7.3
4.8
4.2
10.0
1.7
NACE Summer 2007 Salary Survey
Top Job Functions (Not Majors)
Based on Number Offers Extended
by Employers in 2006-2007
Job Functions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Management Trainee
Sales
Financial/Treasury Analyst
Consulting
Teaching
Accounting ( Private)
Accounting (Public)
Project Engineering
Manufacturing/Industrial Engineering
Design/Construction Engineering
Software Design & Development
Field Engineering
Registered Nurse
Auditing (Public)
Investment Banking
Systems Programming
Systems Analysis & Design
Average Salary Offers
05-06
06-07
$39,501
$38,343
$46,448
$50,657
$31,408
$44,240
$45,518
$49,888
$51,342
$48,025
$53,592
$51,162
$44,345
$46,243
$51,436
$52,486
$51,146
$40,231
$39,480
$49,237
$51,556
$34,020
$46,881
$46,368
$51,546
$53,566
$50,036
$54,608
$52,436
$46,314
$46,888
$51,905
$54,029
$52,884
% Change
1.8
3.0
6.0
1.8
8.3
6.0
1.9
3.3
4.3
4.2
1.9
2.5
4.4
1.4
--2.9
3.4
NACE Summer 2007 Salary Survey
Starting Salaries 2006-07
NACE Salary Survey of 2006-2007 beginning offers
• Employers continue to offer higher salaries
• Increasing at a steady pace suggesting competition is increasing
Business
06 - 07
Average
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+ 2.3%
+ 4.2%
----+ 3.9%
+ 6.1%
+ 6.5%
- 1.4%
+ 6.7%
$46,718
$47,648
$48,483
$47,239
$43,701
$40,161
$38,840
$53,754
$41,371
Accounting
MIS
Economics
Finance/Banking
Business Adm/Mgmt
Marketing
Hospitality Mgmt
Actuarial Science
International Business
* NACE Summer 2007 Salary Survey
Starting Salaries 2006-07
Engineering
06-07
Average
• Architectural Engineering
+ 12.9%
+ 4.8%
+ 5.4%
+ 5.4%
+ 3.2%
+ 4.6%
+ 3.5%
$48,664
$56,201
$59,361
$48,509
$55,292
$54,128
$51,356
+ 8.1%
+ 3.8%
+ 7.7%
--- 7.7%
+ 4.6%
$31,258
$41,500
$41,506
$38,336
$40,786
$46,594
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Computer Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Biomedical/Bioengineering
Sciences
• Biological/Life Sciences
• Chemistry
• Architecture
• Environmental Science/Studies
• Geology/geological related
• Mathematics/statistics
NACE Summer 2007 Salary Survey
Starting Salaries 2006-07
Liberal Arts/General Studies
• Continued good news
• On average
+3.5%
$32,348
($31,260)
Liberal Arts
06-07
Average
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+ 5.9%
+ 5.3%
+ 4.7%
+ 3.5%
+ 3.3%
+ 5.3%
+ 0.8%
+ 1.7%
- 3.9%
$34,590
$32,553
$31,631
$32,033
$33,768
$32,553
$32,724
$28,273
$31,520
Political Science/Gov’t
English
Psychology
Sociology
History
English Languages & Literature
Criminal Justice/Corrections
Social Work
Foreign Languages
NACE Summer 2007 Salary Survey
Top 12 Employers of Candidates with
Nontechnical Degrees 2006-07
1.
2.
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11.
12.
Accounting services
Financial services
Educational services
Retail/Wholesale Trade
Consulting
Banking (investment)
Banking (commercial)
Insurance
Transportation services
Government (state)
Food, Beverage, Tobacco
Government (Federal)
NACE Summer 2007 Salary Survey
Top 12 Employers of Graduates
with Technical Degrees 2006-07
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Engineering services
Aerospace
Consulting services
Hospitals
Building, developing, general contracting
Machinery manufacturing
Architectural services
Computer & electronic products manufacturing
Computer systems design/programming
Government (Federal)
Electronics equipment
Utilities
NACE Summer 2007 Salary Survey
Hiring Projections 2007-08
“The job market for new college graduates has been
gathering strength over the last several years, and this
year we’re seeing that trend continue. In fact, this is the
fifth straight year in which employers have projected
double-digit increases college hiring.
- Marilyn Mackes, NACE executive director
- NACE Job Outlook 2008 Fall Preview
Baby Boomers are reaching traditional retirement age, and
subsequent populations are smaller
The U.S. Top 10 Fastest
Growing Occupations 2002-12
Medical assistant
Network systems/data communications analyst
Physician assistant
Social and human services assistant
Home health care aide
Medical records/medical information technician
Physical therapist aide
Computer software engineer (applications)
Computer software engineer (systems software)
Physical therapist assistant
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Employment Projections 2002-12
California’s Largest Numerical
Growth by 2012 by Occupation Area
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Sales and Related Occupations (Retail, wholesale manufacturing,
insurance, real estate, financial services, and telemarketers).
Education, Training and Library Occupations (Preschool to
postsecondary)
Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations.
Office and Administrative Support Occupations
Conservation & Extraction Occupations
Management Occupations (Executive/education administrators)
Health Care Practitioners and Technical Occupations
Computer & Mathematics Occupations
Health Care Support Staff Occupations
California Employment Development Department
California’s Largest Numerical Growth Individual
Occupations by 2012 Requiring
Postsecondary Degrees
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Registered Nurse
General and Operations managers
Elementary School Teacher
(except special education)
Computer software engineers, applications
Secondary School Teacher
(except special education and vocational)
Computer software engineers, systems software
Accountant and auditors
Management analysts
Computer systems analysts
56,800 jobs
42,900 jobs
31,300 jobs
29,000 jobs
25,200 jobs
22,400 jobs
21,600 jobs
18,300 jobs
17,800 jobs
California Employment Development Department
FUTURE JOBS?!?!?!
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Nano-technologist
Bio-information fuel cell engineer
Bubble Tea Technician
Certified dog-walker specialist
Configuration Manager
Staffing Strategist
Artificial Intelligence Technician
Aquaculturist
Bionic Medical Technician
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Cryonics Technician
Myotherapist
Fusionoptic Engineer
Computational Linguist
Genome Research Technician
Cybrarian
Chief Imagination Officer
Relocation Therapist
Pathfinder
Hiring Projections 2007-08
Fall 05
Fall 06
Fall 07
66.5%
52%
57.6%
Plan to hire more
18.2%
5.4%
5.9%
Plan to hire fewer
15.3%
42.6%
36.5%
No change in hiring levels
Employers expect to hire 16%
more new college graduates
in 2007-08 than they hired in
2006-07 (14.5%)
NACE Job Outlook 2008 Fall Preview
Hiring Expectations by Sector 2007-08
Same
36.4%
Same
36.5%
Fewer
5.9%
More
57.6%
OVERALL
Same
39.8%
Few er
8%
Fewer
2.0%
More
61.6%
SERVICE
Same
18.8%
More
52.3%
More
62.5%
Fewer
18.8%
MANUFACTURING
GOVT/NONPROFIT
NACE Job Outlook 2008 Fall Preview
Projected Hiring by Regions
(% change over previous year)
Fall 2002-2007
30
25
20
15
West
Northeast
South
Midwest
10
5
0
-5
-10
-15
-20
2002
2003
2005
2007
NACE Job Outlook 2008 Fall Preview
Although never actually a movie episode, THIS
famous movie comedy team used Dewey, Cheatem
and Howe as a gag name for their fictional law firm.
a. Click & Clack Brothers
b. Three Stooges
c. Abbott & Costello
d. Smothers Brothers
Although never actually a movie episode, THIS
famous movie comedy team used Dewey, Cheatem
and Howe as a gag name for their fictional law firm.
a.Click & Clack Brothers
b. Three Stooges
Where Do Employers
Look for Candidates?
NACE Job Outlook 2005 Student Version
Top 10 Places Employers
Find New Hires
Top 12 Resources Used by Students
for Job Search
(Ranked by use)
1.
Company’s internship program
1.
Internet
2.
Company’s co-op program
2.
Career web site
3.
On-campus interviews
3.
Corporate web site
4.
Employee referrals
4.
Job postings on corporate web site (6)
5.
Career/job fairs
5.
Job postings on career center web site (4)
6.
Faculty contacts
6.
Job posting in career center office
7.
Internet job postings (own site)
7.
Career/job fairs (8)
8.
Job postings to career center
(printed)
8.
Networking (10)
9.
Student organizations/clubs
9.
Newspaper ads
10. Internet job posts (career center web
sites)
(7)
10. Information sessions (11)
11. Internships/co-ops (12)
12. On-campus interviews (13)
NACE Job Outlook 2003
NACE Journal Spring 2004
The Top 10 Skills or Personal Qualities
Employers Seek in the Perfect Candidate
1. Communication skills* (verbal & written)
2. Honesty/integrity
3. Teamwork skills* (works well with others)
4. Strong work ethic
5. Analytical skills
6. Flexibility/adaptability
7. Interpersonal skills* (relates will to others)
8. Motivation/initiative
9. Computer skills
*
Lacking in new
graduates
10. Detail oriented
NACE Job Outlook Student Version 2006
Importance of Participation
in Outside Activities (Top 5)
1. Work experience that is job related
2. Leadership role in a student
organization
3. Membership in student
academic/pre-professional
organization
4. Volunteer community service
experience
5. Membership in student social
organization
NACE Job Outlook
The Top 10 criteria
for Choosing an Employer
1. Integrity of organization in its dealings with its
employees (treats them with honesty and fairness)
2. Stability (provides secure future)
3. Opportunity for advancement
4. Ethical business practices
5. Good benefits package
6. Job duties/responsibilities
7. Continuing education
8. People you will work with
9. Starting salary
10. Geographic location
NACE Journal
RESOURCES USED FOR PRESENTATION:
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Salary Survey, Summer 2005, Vol. 44, Issue 3
NACE Job Outlook 2006, Fall Preview
Job Choices 2008, 50th edition
“Exploring the Job Market” pages 14-19
www.naceweb.org (Press Room)
www.jobweb.com (student site at NACE)
www.bls.gov U.S. Department of Labor Statistics
www.bls.gov/oco/home.htm Occupational Outlook
Handbook
www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov California Employment
Development Department
CONTACT INFORMATON:
Jack Brewer, Director
Career Center
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Ave SSB 206
San Francisco State University 94132
415 338-2526
[email protected]
www.sfsu.edu/~career
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