Marcia Hultman

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Labor Market Information Center

Descriptions for Publications on Electronic Order Form

Print versions of the LMIC publications listed below are available to order on our order form (in Adobe PDF format). For the South Dakota e-Labor Bulletin, use the order form to sign up to be notified when the latest edition is released.

Labor Market Information

Occupations in High Demand

Promotional Materials for Online Applications

Career Publications

Labor Market Information

South Dakota e-Labor Bulletin (receive notification when latest edition is released)
The e-Labor Bulletin, a monthly electronic publication, offers the most recent labor market information data available, including labor supply, labor force, nonfarm worker levels by industry and DLR Job Service and unemployment insurance activities, as well as narrative analysis of timely labor market issues. Use this publication to assess economic conditions in the state and determine prospective business locations or places to live and work. To receive an e-mail notification when it is updated, select the “Join Mailing List” option on the order form.

2016 South Dakota QCEW Employment and Wages Highlights
This two-sided flier highlights findings from the annual summary of employment and wage data from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages.

Finding Labor Market Information When You Need It
This publication highlights the information and resources available from the Labor Market Information Center.

Bookmark of Websites for Career and Labor Market Information
The bookmark lists helpful and reputable websites offering career and labor market information for the United States and South Dakota.

Labor Market Information (LMI) Learning Series on DVD (five training modules)
A five-part video series which provides an understanding of how LMI can be a useful resource for local offices, workforce development professionals, policy makers, business owners, program or economic development planners, etc. The modules are based on a benchmark PowerPoint version provided by the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration (ETA). Updated version coming soon.

Occupations in Demand

South Dakota Hot Careers Flier (revised Fall 2016)
Flier featuring occupations in South Dakota projected to have higher than average demand to 2024 and average annual wages greater than the average of all occupations. Sorted by education level requirements. It is updated every two years.

South Dakota Hot Careers Poster (formerly Top of the Charts, revised Fall 2016)
Small poster displays South Dakota’s top 20 high demand-high wage occupations. Also includes where people can find more information on occupational outlook and career exploration and planning resources. It is updated every two years.

Promotional Materials for Online Applications

South Dakota Postsecondary Graduate Outcomes System Rack Card
Rack card promoting South Dakota’s online application that provides a better understanding about the connections between postsecondary options and employment and wage outcomes.

Career Publications

Career Destinations
Handout offering tips on steps to take and things to consider as one chooses a career path.

Pocket Resume
Job seekers can use the Pocket Resume to record personal and career-related information. A completed Pocket Resume contains resume information in miniature form. It folds easily and fits in a pocket for handy reference when filling out applications or going to interviews. It also includes tips for job interviews.

Unlock Your Career Possibilities (career resources brochure)
This color brochure lists the free career resources published by the Labor Market information Center. An order form is included.

To place an order, you may:

  1. Complete the electronic order form (Adobe PDF format) and submit it electronically or print it and mail it back to us. Please note: If your internet browser uses a PDF reader other than Adobe Reader, please open this form using Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you use a PDF reader other than Adobe Acrobat, you may not be able to print or submit the form electronically.
  2. Contact us by mail, phone, fax or email to give us your order.

We will process your order as soon as possible. If you need the materials by a certain deadline, please let us know that information when you place your order. Orders are normally shipped by the next business day following the business day on which they are received.

Download Publications

These publications, plus more are available in Adobe PDF format to download from our Publications and Career Exploration & Planning pages. Due to budget limitations for developing and providing these materials, we encourage you to print your own materials. Having been developed with government funds, the materials are not copyrighted; please feel free to print as needed.