WIN Partners

Report
SAE 2013
Automotive Engineer Workforce –
Current State and Future Outlook
Al Lecz, Director- Employer Strategies
February 12, 2013
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Regional workforce: 2.1 million
Residential regional employment: 1,790,313
85% of workers who live here, work here
About WIN
• 8 community
colleges
• 7 Michigan
Works! Agencies
(MWA’s)
• 5 million people
• 105,000 biz
establishments
WIN Partners
 Macomb Community College
 Monroe County Community
College
 Mott Community College
 Oakland Community College
 Schoolcraft College
 St. Clair County Community
College
 Washtenaw Community College
 Wayne County Community
College District
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Career Alliance
Detroit Employment Solutions Corp.
Livingston County Michigan Works!
Macomb/St. Clair Michigan Works!
Oakland County Michigan Works!
Southeast Michigan Community
Alliance
 Washtenaw County Michigan
Works!
Mission
To create a
comprehensive and
cohesive workforce
development system in
Southeast Michigan that
provides businesses and
employers with the talent
they need for success.
Goals
1. Labor market
intelligence
2. Business-Employer
resources &
support
3. Policy
Primary Data Sources
Economic Modeling
Specialists Intl. (EMSI)
Understanding Needs In Our Economy
Copyright @ 2012 by Monster, Inc.
Keeping Tabs
On Demand
and Supply
How many job postings do
you think there have been
in SE MI in 2012?
How many engineering
and drafting positions in
2012?
2012 Job Demand: Top 30 in SE MI
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2,000
4,000
6,000
8,000
10,000
12,000
Mechanical Engineers
Registered Nurses
Computer Occupations, All Other
Software Developers, Applications
Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and…
Retail Salespersons
Computer Programmers
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers
Customer Service Representatives
Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer
Computer Systems Analysts
Accountants and Auditors
303,000 total postings
(Jan 2013-Dec 2012)
Electrical Engineers
Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants
Sales Managers
13.5% manufacturing
15% IT
10% health care
Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive
Commercial and Industrial Designers
General and Operations Managers
Financial Managers
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and Operating Workers
Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists
Industrial Engineers
Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand
Data source: Burning Glass
technologies for online job postings
January 1, 2012 – December 31, 2012.
Engineering employment
declined 0.3% in Southeast
Michigan between 2008-12.
During the same period,
engineering nationwide declined
5.3%. Employment is now
approximately 74,200.
Although the region lost many
jobs during the recession, 27,900
engineering/drafter job postings
in 2012 point to growth. The job
posting-to-employment ratio for
engineering and drafters is
approx. 19 postings for every 50
jobs or 37.6%.
Advanced Manufacturing
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There were 74,200 engineering jobs in Southeast Michigan
in 2012.
50.4% of engineers are aged 45-64, higher than several
other occupations. Currently, 18.9% of 74,194 are age 55+.
In 2012, 94% of engineers were male and 6% were female.
Engineering Demographics
Top Jobs - Earnings and Education
SOC Code Occupation title
(ONET-6)
17-2141
17-2071
27-1021
17-2112
17-2199.04
17-2041
17-2051
17-3013
17-2131
17-2199.02
17-2072
17-2061
17-3019
17-2111.01
17-2081.00
Mechanical Engineers
Electrical Engineers
Commercial and Industrial Designers
Industrial Engineers
Manufacturing Engineers*
Chemical Engineers
Civil Engineers
Mechanical Drafters
Materials Engineers
Validation Engineers*
Electronics Engineers, Except Computer
Computer Hardware Engineers
Drafters, All Other
Industrial Safety And Health Engineers*
Environmental Engineers
% 2011 National
% 2011 National
Employment
Employment
Requiring Some
Requiring a
10th
Median 90th
College or
Bachelor's or
Percentile Wage
Percentile Associate's Degree Higher
$30.91
$43.12
$58.37
24%
71%
$28.48
$39.81
$58.28
19%
77%
$22.45
$37.34
$49.24
34%
51%
$27.24
$40.86
$55.12
22%
73%
$22.88
$41.45
$59.35
14%
77%
$26.52
$41.11
$55.15
10%
88%
$21.51
$33.46
$48.13
13%
83%
$16.21
$24.67
$34.77
56%
27%
$27.66
$36.96
$54.85
21%
71%
$22.88
$41.45
$59.35
3%
97%
$27.93
$39.30
$55.12
10%
81%
$28.92
$46.98
$91.59
23%
70%
$15.58
$20.81
$29.13
56%
27%
$26.90
$38.90
$58.86
22%
73%
$26.51
$38.92
$54.58
11%
84%
Top 15 Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering, and
Designer Jobs In SE MI
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2,000
4,000
6,000
8,000
10,000
12,000
Mechanical Engineers
Electrical Engineers
Commercial And Industrial Designers
Industrial Engineers
Manufacturing Engineers
Chemical Engineers
Civil Engineers
Mechanical Drafters
Materials Engineers
Validation Engineers
Electronics Engineers, Except Computer
There were approximately 27,900 engineering
postings in 2012.
Computer Hardware Engineers
Drafters, All Other
Industrial Safety And Health Engineers
Environmental Engineers
Demand for mechanical engineers is 3X that of
the next highest advanced manufacturing
occupation.
Postings in 2012
exceeded 25,000, up
103% from 2007.
Number of job postings mentioning skills
Engineering And Drafting [Design] Skills In Demand
4,500
4,000
3,500
3,000
2,500
2,000
1,500
1,000
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Emerging Skills
Satisfaction Failure Correction
3D Modeling & Design
Technical Drawings
Engineering Calculations
Media-Production
Cost Analysis
Autodesk
Laboratory Testing
Vehicle Design
Design Management
ISO 14000
Design For Manufacture &
Assembly (DFMA)
FEA Software
Lamp Stack
Equipment Design
Painting
Aerospace Engineering
Wiring Diagrams
Minitab
Enterprise Resource Planning
Fascia
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Cabling
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Compliance With Customer
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Specifications
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Supplier Review
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Costing
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Product Lifecycle Management •
Program Development
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Hybrid Vehicle
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Total Quality Management
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Rough Sketches
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Lathes
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Product And Service Information
Manufacturing Resource Planning •
(MRP)
3D Design
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Energy Analysis
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Environmental Management
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Drawing Preparation
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Revit
Linux
Material Flow Management
Programmable Logic Controllers
Analytical Software
Civil 3D
Micrometers
Electromechanical Systems
Boilers
Framing
Cooling Towers
Logging
Heat Exchangers
Network Hardware/Software
Maintenance
Advanced Manufacturing
Engineering
Inverters
Government Regulations
Ethernet
Technology Is
Permeating
EVERYTHING, Including
Manufacturing
• In Ann Arbor, 3,000 cars, buses and trucks
with “connected” Wi-Fi technology as
part of a year-long safety initiative
• National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration initiative
Top 10 Occupations In Demand For
Manufacturing In Southeast MI
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600
700
Mechanical Engineers
Software Developers, Applications
Sales Representatives, Wholesale And Manufacturing,
Except Technical And Scientific Products
Commercial And Industrial Designers
Computer Programmers
Electrical Engineers
Retail Salespersons
Computer Systems Analysts
Manufacturing Engineers
Industrial Engineers
• 100 million lines of
code in a vehicle
• More than some
jetfighters
• Not like 1, but 30
computers on wheels
Data source: Burning Glass Technologies.
Building The Pipeline In K-12…
High school seniors are
about 10% less likely
than high school
freshmen to declare an
interest in a STEMrelated field.
…And In College
• According to a new Automation Alley report
Greater Detroit finished third nationally in the
number of STEM (science, technology,
engineering and math) degree completions.
• In 2011, there were 5,148 degree
completions from southeast MI institutions in
engineering-related fields.
Workforce Talent Initiatives
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Engineering & Skilled Technician Task Force
MWA’s matching talent supply to business demand
Colleges accelerate/revise Adv. Mfg. programs
More internships/apprenticeships with colleges
and businesses
• MWA sponsored Youth Paid Work Experiences
• Advanced Manufacturing career promotions
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New product contract manufacturing cluster of firms
Traditional contract mfg. & engineering services
Capabilities and expertise of the automotive industry
Match-up new product developers with Adv. Mfg. firms
Bring new innovative products to market
Niche marketing research
CAE virtual design and manufacturing simulations
Training
Measuring Success
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Stimulate new product and mfg. engineering
Bring new low-volume products to market
Increased revenues
Increased jobs and taxes on earnings
Add new engineering and production capacity
to the regions economy
InnoState Partners
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Detroit Regional Chamber
Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center
National Center for Manufacturing Sciences
Workforce Intelligence Network for SE MI
Michigan Economic Development Corporation
SEMCA, other regional MWA’s & Economic Developers
SE MI Community College Consortium
Business Incubators- Automation Alley, A2SPARK, MacombOUInc,
TechTown @WSU
• UM College of Engineering & Center for Entrepreneurship
• Others
Thank you!
[email protected]
Contact us
Lisa Katz
Executive Director
313.744.2946
[email protected]
Rebecca Cohen
Director, Research and Policy
313.744.3083
[email protected]
Al Lecz
Director- Employer Strategies
313.744.3225
[email protected]

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