This page is all about Heldrich Center projects.
Listed below are projects that have been set as featured projects.
Workforce supply and demand analysis of New Jersey's pharmaceutical and medical technology industry.View Project
Under the NTAR Leadership Center for the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy, the Heldrich Center has maintained a strategic focus on older workers, examining demographic trends, health and disability in midlife, and disability, aging, and employment trends and drivers.View Project
An Assessment of the Workforce Needs of the Warehousing/Distribution Industry and Its Related Supply Chain Activities in the Region Surrounding Port Newark/Port Elizabeth
Assessment of the workforce needs of the warehousing and distribution industry in the New York/New Jersey region.View Project
Analysis of the Education and Supply of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Graduates and Career Trajectories
This project examines the STEM “pipeline” from high school through mid-career. Using multiple longitudinal datasets and cross-sectional data, as well as educational data (tests, surveys), the study examines changes in supply of STEM students and demand for STEM workers since the 1970s.View Project
In 2010, the Heldrich Center conducted research for Atlantic Cape Community College (ACCC) to identify the regional demand for workers who are skilled in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), to map GIS career opportunities, and to make recommendations for new types of curricula and credentials to address current or expected gaps in the supply of skilled workers.View Project