Team: Maggie Drop Tables
Project: Is it worth it?
Provide guidance and information to career changers in an ever-changing job market with increasing financial pressures.
Career changers need to know the affordability / ROI on retraining.
- immediately after graduation
- after several years in the industry
The effect of automation on the industry
Effect on job availability of:
- other graduates entering the industry
- migrants moving to the city.
people leaving the industry
An decision making tool to help career changers evaluate retraining options based on:
earning potential (1,5 and 10 yrs)
-job prospects and number of
Unique Value Proposition
Provide not only likelihood of getting a job and earning potential but also future trends and compensation in Wellington
- mature student
- changing career
knows her own strengths and weaknesses.
Data sets that could not be linked do to Overzealouse error detection on URL:
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, 'Quarterly Labour Market Scorecard – February 2016', March 2016, (www.mbie.govt.nz).
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, 'Short-term Employment Forecasts: 2016-2019', March 2016, (www.mbie.govt.nz).
Statistics New Zealand, 'Labour Market Statistics: December 2015 Quarter', February 2016, (www.stats.govt.nz).