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Percentage Change in Selected Population

Age Groups: 2002 - 2012
Camden Labor Demand Region The region’s overall population will
Older Workers
(45-64 years)
increase by 8.6 percent, slightly faster
27.5% Retirees
than the state’s 8.1 percent growth rate,
New Entrants
(65 years+)
from 1,470,800 in 2002 to 1,597,700 in
(15-24 years)
19.9% 2012.
16.0%
All Ages
The number of persons 45-64 years old
8.6% will grow substantially while the 25-44
age group will decline due to the baby
boom-to-baby bust effect.
-5.9%
Primary
Working Age
Senior citizens will account for 13.8
Camden County One-Stop Career Center Services
(25-44 years)

percent of the region’s total residents,
same as the statewide proportion of 13.8 Through our partners, the Camden County One-Stop Career Center offers a full menu of services to
percent. the community.
At our full-service One-Stop Career Center, we bring job seekers together with potential employers
by providing easy access to a wide variety of job and career information services.
Labor Force Growth By Race, Sex and Labor Force
Hispanic Origin: 2002 - 2012 Services are provided through:
Camden Labor Demand Region The region’s labor force will grow faster • Self-directed efforts
• Group programs and activities
By Sex By Race
than the state average of 10.5 percent, • One-on-one consultations
5% Multiracial*
Male
Other increasing by 11.6 percent from 758,600 • Training programs and business consultations.
20% White
47% 53% 47% in 2002 to 846,700 in 2012. Services for businesses include:
28%
Female • Employment recruitment
Black
Nonwhites will make up the majority • Skill testing for job applicants
By Hispanic Origin
(53.0%) of the labor force growth. • On-the-job training programs
Hispanic
• Access to financial assistance for customized skill training
31%
• Information on business, industry and economic trends.
69% Non-Hispanics will account for a larger
Services for job seekers include:
Non-Hispanic
portion (69.0%) of the labor force • Job listings
increase than Hispanics. • Job search assistance
• Unemployment Insurance benefits
• Workshops on employment skills and support
• Consultation on and access to training and education programs
• Information on employment, wages and economic trends.
For more information, please call us at 1-877-995-2600.
Camden County One-Stop Career Center
2600 Mt. Ephraim Ave.
Camden, NJ 08104

RP-27.D (2005)
Projected Industry Growth: 2002 - 2012 Top Ten Industry Job Camden Labor Demand Region High Skill
Camden Labor Demand Region
Generators Demand Jobs
Total All Industries 83,600
1. Administrative and Support Annual Average Job Openings
2002-2012 2003 Registered Nurses
Educational and Health Services 25,900 Services Replace- Middle Education/
General and Operations
Occupation Total Growth ments Wage Range ($) Training
2. Ambulatory Health Care Cashiers 1,290 300 1,000 $6.75 - 9.45 Low
Transportation, Trade and Utilities 18,150
Services Retail Salespersons 1,090 270 820 $7.40 - 12.75 Low
Managers
Professional and Business Services 17,600 3. Professional and Technical Registered Nurses
Waiters & Waitresses
750
750
450
150
300
600
$22.90 - 30.25
$6.20 - 9.35
High
Low
Elementary School Teachers
Leisure and Hospitality 7,800
Services Combined Food Preparation & Serving Workers, incl. Fast Food 690 220 470 $6.20 - 8.50 Low
Office Clerks, General 450 110 340 $8.90 - 13.95 Low
4. Social Assistance Laborers & Freight, Stock & Material Movers, Hand 440 70 370 $8.00 - 13.50 Low
Public Sector, With Public Education 5,350
5. Food Services and Drinking Child Care Workers
Stock Clerks & Order Fillers
440
380
170
10
270
370
$6.30 - 9.05
$8.00 - 13.40
Low
Low
Mid-Level Skill
Places
Other Services 5,100
6. Hospitals
Janitors & Cleaners, Ex. Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
Gaming Dealers
370
350
130
30
240
320
$8.15 - 12.95
$5.90 - 7.30
Low
Moderate
Demand Jobs
Construction 5,000 Receptionists & Information Clerks 310 170 130 $8.60 - 13.80 Low
7. Local Government Educational Truck Drivers, Heavy & Tractor-Trailer 310 150 160 $15.05 - 20.75 Low
Financial Activities 4,150 Services Sales Representatives, Ex. Technical & Scientific Products 300 130 170 $15.95 - 32.30 Low Gaming Dealers
Customer Service Representatives 300 170 130 $10.70 - 16.40 Low
Information -250 8. Nursing and Residential Care Teacher Assistants 280 140 140 $13,900 - 20,890* Low Retail Sales Supervisor
Facilities Food Preparation Workers
General & Operations Managers
260
260
90
110
170
140
$6.05 - 8.90
$30.60 - N.A.
Low
High Hairdressers, Hairstylists and
Manufacturing -5,200
9. Specialty Trade Contractors Nursing Aides, Orderlies & Attendants 260 160 100 $9.35 - 12.10 Low
Cosmetologists
10. Merchant Wholesalers, Elementary School Teachers, Ex. Special Education
First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Retail Sales Workers
250
250
60
90
200
160
$38,490 - 61,460*
$13.80 - 21.85
High
Moderate
Nondurable Goods Secondary School Teachers, Ex. Special & Vocational Education 250 80 170 $42,660 - 68,630* High
Secretaries, Ex. Legal, Medical & Executive 240 10 230 $11.75 - 17.00 Low
Gaming Change Persons & Booth Cashiers 240 10 230 $9.10 - 12.05 Low
Bookkeeping, Accounting & Auditing Clerks 230 30 200 $11.95 - 17.60 Low Basic-Level Skill
Hairdressers, Hairstylists & Cosmetologists
First-Line Supervisors/Mgrs. of Office & Admin. Support Workers
230
220
120
50
100
170
$7.50 - 13.35
$16.90 - 26.25
Moderate
Moderate Demand Jobs
Medical Assistants 210 160 50 $7.95 - 13.75 Low
Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food Concession & Coffee Shop 210 30 180 $6.20 - 8.35 Low
Projected Annual Job Openings by Occupational Job Openings Carpenters
Maids & Housekeeping Cleaners
200
200
90
60
110
140
$14.55 - 23.95
$7.85 - 11.35
Moderate
Low
Cashiers
Category: 2002 -2012 Licensed Practical & Licensed Vocational Nurses 190 100 90 $17.60 - 22.35 Moderate Retail Salespersons
Camden Labor Demand Region Landscaping & Groundskeeping Workers 180 80 100 $8.85 - 12.65 Low
The most job openings are projected Social & Human Service Assistants 180 120 60 $9.90 - 16.90 Low Waiters and Waitresses
Security Guards 180 40 140 $8.60 - 12.30 Low
for the service and professional Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services 170 110 60 $9.30 - 19.35 Low
Service Occupations 7,190 occupational groups. These two Tellers 170 40 130 $8.00 - 10.35 Low
First-Line Supervisors/Mgrs. of Food Prep. & Serving Workers 160 70 100 $9.90 - 17.90 Moderate
Professional and Related Occupations 5,110 groups will account for nearly one out Bartenders 160 10 150 $6.50 - 12.00 Low
Maintenance & Repair Workers, General 160 40 110 $13.65 - 20.90 Moderate
Sales and Related Occupations 3,900 of every two job openings between Business Operations Specialists, All Other 160 90 70 $15.75 - 32.05 High

Office and Administrative Support Occupations 3,790
2002 and 2012. Packers & Packagers, Hand
Medical Secretaries
150
150
60
70
90
80
$7.00 - 11.00
$10.35 - 14.65
Low
Moderate
Automotive Service Technicians & Mechanics 140 40 100 $11.50 - 20.35 Moderate
Transportation and Material Moving Occupations 1,770 Cooks, Restaurant 140 30 110 $9.60 - 15.50 Moderate
Service occupations—for example, Fitness Trainers & Aerobics Instructors 140 90 50 $8.65 - 19.20 Moderate
Management, Business and Financial Occupations 1,760
gaming dealers, waiters and Dishwashers
Cooks, Fast Food
140
130
20
20
120
110
$6.70 - 11.10
$6.85 - 9.30
Low
Low
Construction and Extraction Occupations 1,140 waitresses, nursing aides, child care Middle School Teachers, Ex. Special & Vocational Education 130 30 100 $40,910 - 65,420* High
Accountants & Auditors 120 50 70 $19.15 - 31.30 High
Production Occupations 950 workers and guards—are expected * Annual Salary

Installation, Maintenance and Repair Occupations 840
to provide an average of 7,190 job N.A. - not available
Numbers may not add due to rounding
openings per year.
Farming, Fishing and Forestry Occupations 30

Camden Labor Demand Region covers Atlantic, Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties.