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Week 3 Strategy Assignment Part 2 - Running Header LABOR...

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Running Header: LABOR STATISTICS Labor Statistics Michele Baker GM 548 Career Success Strategies Professor Alethia Gardner July 19, 2010 Bureau of Labor Statistics In my current job we use labor statistics to try to help students understand the importance of getting an education. Usually when a person starts looking to go back to school after being out for a while it is because they want a job, career, or promotion that they cannot obtain that position without a degree. However, going to school is not cheap, so potential students often
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want to know what kind of return on investment they are going to receive. This is where a table such as the May 2009 National Occupation Employment and Wage Estimates comes in very handy. This table breaks down by position how many are employed in that field, their average hourly wage, mean annual wage, and mean RSE. An example of how we use this chart, we may ask someone who is employed but wants to get a degree in Network Systems Communications how much they currently make per hour.
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