Session Detail

Labor Market Data: Not Just for Economists Anymore

This workshop will be presented virtually.  A link will be sent prior to registration.


Are you ready to be the Counselor who talks to students about Labor Market data? Are you an Administrator trying to help schools determine which career pathways their campus should focus on? Are you interested in learning about which industries, occupations, and skills are in the most demand in your region? Then this workshop is right for you. In this session you will learn about the labor market trends in your area. You will also learn about the resources available through the Texas Workforce Commission so that you can collect the data you need to discuss with students no matter what occupations and industries they are interested in. The Texas Workforce Commission also has resources in print and staff that can help with career readiness. Learn how to take advantage of all of these tools at no cost to you or your school! Be sure to bring your own device to follow along and navigate through these tools.

Important Session Information:

This workshop will be presented virtually by Lori Knight from Texas Workforce Commission. Participants will receive a Zoom link once registered.

Dimension 4.3: Professional Development

Registration for this session has ended

Session ID:
Credits Available:
(3) CPE
Seats Available:
$0.00 (* No Charge)
Contact Person:
Liz Cowan
Heather Blount
Assistant Principal, Career and Technical Education, Counselor, Federal Programs Director, Principal
Date Time Location
6/16/2020 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Region 17 ESC - Zoom
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