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The Economic Development and Employer Planning System (EDEPS) is an analytical tool for business, education, workforce and economic planners. EDEPS facilitates the analysis of economic health, industry performance, population trends, labor supply and demand, training resources, income characteristics, and market potential.

    Occupational Supply Demand (OSD) 

Groups of related occupations
and training programs
Standard Occupational
Classification (SOC)
Classification of
Instructional Programs (CIP)
Career Clusters and related
    Industry and Market Area Profiles

       Industry Trends
       Industry Staffing Patterns: Occupations within an Industry
       Occupational Patterns: Industry Distribution of Occupational Employment
       Population Profiles and Trends by Age, Household, and Race

    Labor and Training Resources

       Licensed Occupations
       Professional Associations by Industry and Occupation

    High Skill, High Wage, and High Demand (In-Demand) Occupations

       United States   Delaware   Florida   Georgia   Iowa   Nebraska   Nevada   New York   Ohio   Oregon   South Carolina   Texas

    Labor Market Data for Career Pathway Planning


    Occupational Categories, Classifications, and Groupings

       Nontraditional Occupations
       Middle Skills Occupations by Career Cluster


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Updates  April 28, 2024