WLMI

Workforce and Labor Market Information (WLMI) means the body of knowledge that describes the relationship between labor demand and supply. This includes identification and analysis of the socio-economic factors that influence employment, training, and business decisions, such as worker preparation, educational program offerings and related policy decisions within national, State, Substate, and local labor market areas. WLMI includes, but is not limited to:
(1) Employment numbers by occupation and industry;
(2) Unemployment numbers and rates;
(3) Short- and long-term industry and occupational employment projections;
(4) Information on business employment dynamics, including the number and nature of business establishments, and share and location of industrial production;
(5) Local employment dynamics, including business turnover rates; new hires, job separations, net job losses;
(6) Job vacancy counts;
(7) Job seeker and job posting data from the public labor exchange system;
(8) Identification of high growth and high demand industries, occupations, and jobs;
(9) Information on employment and earnings for wage and salary workers and for the self-employed;
(10) Information on work hours, benefits, unionization, trade disputes, conditions of employment, and retirement;
(11) Information on occupation-specific requirements regarding education, training, skills, knowledge, and experience;

Source

20 CFR § 651.10


Scoping language

In addition to the definitions set forth in sec. 3 of WIOA, the following definitions apply to the regulations in parts 652, 653, 654, and 658 of this chapter:

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