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Opportunities in Business Support

(Released February 2017)


Middle-skill jobs typically require more than a high school diploma but less than a bachelor’s degree. Good middle-skill jobs are a gateway that can lead people out of lower paying jobs into fields with better pay and prospects. In order to access these jobs, people need education and training that is truly aligned with what employers say they need, now and in the future.

This is an excerpt from our Feburary 2017 report on middle-skill opportunities in Jersey City. Click here to learn more.

Career Map: Bookkeeping and Accounting Clerks

(Released October 2016)


Understanding how people actually progress in their careers can help you plan your future. Using an innovative methodology, NYCLMIS draws on online survey data to illustrate actual career progressions for people starting out in fields like Bookkeeping and Accounting Support. Click here to learn more.  

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Career Exploration Brochures

(Releases: School Years 2012-2014)


For several years, NYCLMIS partnered with the NYC Department of Education to produce a series of career exploration brochures, incluidng jobs in Engineering, Finance, Media & Advertising and Tech. Click here to learn more and explore other brochures in the series.


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Profile: Jobs in Legal Services

(Released December 2014)

In our report, Gauging Employment Prospects in New York City, 2009, we profiled nine industry groups of great interest to New York City's labor market and public workforce system. These profiles contain information about jobs and wage trends, largest local employers, employment retention during previous recessions, occupational opportunities, and workforce facts. Learn more about the research and findings for jobs in legal services.

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Profile: Advanced Engineering Jobs

(Released July 2013)

As part of our work with CUNY Career PATH, we prepared a series of reports on select occupations, including Commerical and Industrial Design Assistants, Computer Control Programmers and Operators, Industrial Engineering Technicians and Mechanical Engineering Technicians, using job posting analytics software. Click here to learn more and explore other real-time profiles.

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Spotlight on Green Jobs

(Released November 2011)

In collaboration with the New York State Department of Labor, the NYCLMIS prepared profiles of 10 of occupations found in the state's green economy. The profiles were produced as part of the larger Statewide Green Jobs Study. Profiled occupations include:


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Related: Tech

Some jobs in professional and technical services specialize in tech. Click here to explore our research into this field.

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