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Female, racial, and ethnic employment in the classified work force, State of Oklahoma

Oklahoma Human Rights Commission.

Female, racial, and ethnic employment in the classified work force, State of Oklahoma

by Oklahoma Human Rights Commission.

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Published by Oklahoma Human Rights Commission in Oklahoma City .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oklahoma.
    • Subjects:
    • Civil service -- Minority employment -- Oklahoma.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[data analysis prepared by Ann S. Buck].
      ContributionsBuck, Ann S.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJK7160.5.M5 O38 1975
      The Physical Object
      Pagination33 p. ;
      Number of Pages33
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5018882M
      LC Control Number76622792

      Included are federal and state government records and private collections, particularly the extensive work of Grant Foreman (also see Oklahoma Periodicals, Newspapers, and Manuscript Collections). The society's collection is listed and described in Lawrence Kelly, 'Indian Records in the Oklahoma Historical Society Archives,' The Chronicles of. In , percent of the Oklahoma female population was in the work force, compared to percent of the men's population. Nationally, percent of women worked. Ten years later percent of Oklahoma women were employed, versus percent of Oklahoma men. In women-owned businesses represented 24 percent of Oklahoma firms.

      Find listings related to Workforce Oklahoma in Oklahoma City on See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for Workforce Oklahoma locations in Oklahoma City, OK.   However, Oklahoma's heart disease death rate among Hispanic women, 87 deaths per , people, was lowest among all race and ethnic groups. "The rate for the Hispanic women in Oklahoma is below the national average, and the rate for black women is way above the national average," Anderson said.

      Increase the state labor force from million in to million by Subcategories. This category has the following 10 subcategories, out of 10 total. Ethnic groups in Oklahoma City‎ (2 C).


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Female, racial, and ethnic employment in the classified work force, State of Oklahoma by Oklahoma Human Rights Commission. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Female, racial, and ethnic employment: State and private workforces in the Oklahoma City SMSA. [Nancy K Ireland; Oklahoma Human Rights Commission.; Oklahoma. Governor's Advisory Commission on the Status of Women.].

Oklahoma’s Critical Occupations include jobs that are in-demand and make high wages. Many of these occupations have skills that translate to other similar jobs and industries.

Explore how you can enter and advance in these careers in industries that are vital to growing our state’s economy. The Oklahoma Office of Workforce Development (OOWD) houses Oklahoma Works, the State’s workforce development initiative, and administers the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I-financially assisted programs/activities under the U.S.

Department of Labor. OOWD/Oklahoma Works is an equal opportunity employer/program. Current Employment Statistics (CES) The Current Employment Statistics (CES) program is a federal and state cooperative program that surveys aboutbusinesses and ethnic employment in the classified work force government agencies, representing approximatelyindividual worksites, in order to provide detailed industry data on employment, hours, and earnings of workers on nonfarm payrolls for all 50 States, the District of.

force participation rates for all race and ethnic groups is the aging of the labor force into older groups that have lower labor force and ethnic employment in the classified work force rates.

For Asian men, the labor force participation rate has increased over the past four decades. Intheir rate passed the rate for White men, but it has declined since the –09 Size: KB. Oklahoma has developed a program which focuses on expanding work-based learning opportunities.

Dedicated staff provide technical assistance to employers, system partners, and intermediaries to build customized, industry-driven talent pipeline solutions. Race and Ethnicity by Place in Oklahoma There are places in Oklahoma. This section compares the 50 most populous of those to each other, Oklahoma, and other entities that contain or substantially overlap with Oklahoma.

The least populous of the compared places has a population of 8,   Oklahoma’s rate of female incarceration is about twice the national average.

The state has held on to its number one spot in that category for most of the past two decades. It’s a distinction. employment of female workers (88,), but that amounted to a little over half ( percent) of the total employment in that industry.

The mostunderrepresented industry for female employment was NAICS 23 Construction with o female workers ( percent). ByOklahoma’s female workforce had grown percent, add Open Job Quick Links.

EXECUTIVE RECRUITMENT (1) CLASSIFIED (MERIT) (28) UNCLASSIFIED (NON-MERIT) (62) OPEN TO STATE OF OKLAHOMA MERIT SYSTEM EMPLOYEES ONLY (Applicants may only apply if they are current or former State of Oklahoma employees in a position covered by the Merit System and who have completed their initial probationary period.).

In civilian labor force, total, percent of population age 16 years+, %: In civilian labor force, female, percent of population age 16 years+, %: Total accommodation and food services sales, ($1,) 7, Total health care and social assistance receipts/revenue, ($1,) 22, Workforce and Demographics.

Greater Oklahoma City excels in exceeding expectations. We're growing, we're prospering and we know how to do business - and we've got a list of accolades to prove it. For businesses, this means that Greater Oklahoma City's low cost, hassle-free, collaborative approach to doing business makes it easy for you and your employees to locate operations here.

Racial and ethnic characteristics of the U.S. labor force, Septem Non-Hispanic Whites made up about two-thirds of the U.S.

labor force in About 15 percent of the labor force in was Hispanic or Latino. Non-Hispanic Blacks made up 11 percent of the labor force, and non-Hispanic Asians accounted for 5 percent. Segregation and racial discrimination have long histories in Oklahoma. From the inception of their movement into the Sooner State, blacks were subject to the racism of the times.

For example, from onward blacks in Oklahoma Territory faced the same discrimination that they faced elsewhere, even in the old Indian Territory. Ethnic groups According to the Census, Oklahoma had more American Indians—,—than any other state, but by its estimated American Indian population ofhad been surpassed by California's (,), and it remained in 2nd place inwith an Indian population ofor % of the state's total population—the.

Open Job Quick Links. EXECUTIVE RECRUITMENT (1) CLASSIFIED (MERIT) () UNCLASSIFIED (NON-MERIT) () OPEN TO STATE OF OKLAHOMA MERIT SYSTEM EMPLOYEES ONLY (Applicants may only apply if they are current or former State of Oklahoma employees in a position covered by the Merit System and who have completed their initial probationary period.) ().

11% of the total population of Oklahoma identifies as Hispanic, the majority of whom are of Mexican descent. This population composes % of the total Latino demographic in the state. There is also a significant representation of Puerto Rican, Cuban, Guatemalan, and Salvadoran roots across the different Oklahoman counties.

Top 10 reasons NOT to move to Alabama. Birmingham is on the list and The Crimson Tide. - Duration: World According To Briggs Recommended for you. Filing a Discrimination Claim - Oklahoma Employment discrimination is the practice of unfairly treating a person or group of people differently from other people or groups of other people at work, because of their membership in a legally protected category such as race, sex, age, or religion.

Find 22 listings related to Workforce in Oklahoma City on See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for Workforce locations in Oklahoma City, OK.

Workforce Demographics. The resources in this dataset contain demographic information for the Oklahoma state government workforce.

The resources present data from the current fiscal year along with demographic trends over time. The data can be used for workforce planning purposes. Workforce Classified/Unclassified Headcount csv.At Oklahoma State University - Main Campus, the disparity between men and women on campus is far lower than the national average.

The undergraduate student body at Oklahoma State is equally balanced. This university is ranked at #98 in male to female diversity nationwide. The undergraduate population is comprised of 10, males females.

This report is part of a set of The Status of Women in the States reports released in This set includes Women’s Economic Status in the States; The Status of Early Care and Education in the States and two accompanying state-level analyses of Wisconsin and New Mexico; 12 state-level Status of Women reports; and [ ].