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The U S Contingent Workforce Challenge, By Chuck Vollmer. Download report at http Jobenomics com, 4 April 2016. Jobenomics reports on U S employment and unemployment size characteristics and trends This. employment analysis focuses on the U S labor force business and job creation and transformative. trends with emphasis on the 60 million workers in the rapidly growing and underreported. contingent workforce, The Bureau of Labor Statistics BLS defines the contingent workforce as the portion of the labor force. that has nonstandard work arrangements or those without permanent jobs with a traditional. employer employee relationship, The contingent workforce could be the predominant source of employed U S labor by 2030 or. sooner depending on economic conditions and seven ongoing labor force trends Today Jobenomics. estimates the contingent workforce to be 60 000 000 employed Americans or 40 of the total. employed workforce By 2030 this will rise to 80 000 000 or 50 of the total employed workforce. Table of Contents, The Contingency Workforce Challenge 2.
Defining the Contingent Workforce 2, Estimating the Size of the Contingent Workforce 5. Jobenomics Contingent Workforce 50 Forecast Seven Major Factors 8. 1 Increasing labor force losses versus labor force gains 9. 2 Adverse corporate hiring and employment practices 10. 3 Revolution in energy and network technologies 11. Energy Technology Revolution 11, Network Technology Revolution 14. 4 Automation of cognitive jobs and rise of centaurs 16. 5 Impact of the emerging digital economy 22, 6 Shift from full time to part time and task oriented labor 24. 7 Cultural differences of new labor force entrants 26. Conclusion 29, Page 1 Contingent Workforce Challenge 31 March 2016. The Contingent Workforce Challenge, U S Contingent Workforce Size Estimates 1998 to 2030.
BLS GAO BLS GAO BLS GAO GSS GSS Jobenomics Jobenomics. 1995 CWS 1999 CWS 2005 CWS 2006 2010 2016 Est 2030 Est. Employed 123 208 000 131 494 000 138 952 000 143 150 000 138 438 000 149 703 000 160 000 000. Contingent 39 549 768 39 448 200 42 519 312 50 531 950 55 790 514 59 881 200 80 000 000. Workforce 32 1 30 0 30 6 35 3 40 3 40 0 50 0, Source GAO Contingent Workforce Report GAO 15 168R Tables 3 4 20 April 2015 Source Jobenomics. Jobenomics 2016 estimate of 40 for core and non core contingency workers is roughly equivalent to. the GAO s high water mark of 40 4 of the U S labor force in 2010 1 and Bloomberg s contingency. workforce estimate of 40 for 2020 2 Jobenomics 2016 estimate is similar to estimates from other. developed economies For example in Japan contingent workers non regular workers accounted. for up to 50 of younger Japanese workers and 40 of the total Japanese labor force in 2014 up. from 10 in 1990 3, Defining the Contingent Workforce To understand the contingent labor force it is necessary to first. know what U S government agencies Bureau of Labor Statistics Census Bureau Government. Accountability Office and others say about part time temporary nonstandard independent or. workers with alternative work agreements who are collectively defined as contingent workers. According to an April 2015 study by the Government Accountability Office GAO compared to the. standard workforce the size character earnings and benefits of today s contingent workers are. largely unknown to U S Department of Labor and U S policy makers Quoting the GAO there is a. lack of consensus on how to define contingent work in part because researchers focus on different. aspects of the labor market Some definitions focus on job tenure or the precariousness of work. while some focus on employer employee relationships Available data thus produces varying. estimates of the size of this workforce depending on definition Available data also does not fully. enable analysis of trends in the size of the contingent workforce or the effects of economic cycles. such as the recent recession 4, As a result there is no government consensus on the magnitude of the contingent workforce. Estimates vary from a low as 5 to a high of 40 of the total U S employed workers in 2016. Jobenomics analysis asserts that 40 is the most accurate estimate Jobenomics also asserts that this. percentage will continue to increase and exceed 50 of the employed labor force by 2030 or sooner. U S Government Accountability Office Contingent Workforce Size Characteristics Earnings and Benefits 20 April. 2015 http www gao gov products GAO 15 168R, Bloomberg Businessweek 20 25 October 2014 Edition Companies Industries Page 20. Asia Pacific Journal Scott North Limited Regular Employment and the Reform of Japan s Division of Labor The Asia. Pacific Journal Vol 12 Issue 15 No 1 April 14 2014 http www japanfocus org Scott North 4106 article html. U S Government Accountability Office GAO 15 168R Contingent Workforce Size Characteristics Earning and Benefits. 20 April 2015 http www gao gov assets 670 669766 pdf. Page 2 Contingent Workforce Challenge 31 March 2016. based on seven labor force trends described herein and the state of the economy unlike standard. employment growth contingent employment will increase whether the economic conditions are. positive neutral or negative Neutral and negative economies usually reduce full time labor. Generally speaking policy makers view the contingent workforce a relatively insignificant portion of. the U S labor force They also view contingent workers more as a governmental liability than a public. asset The prevailing view of policy makers is that most contingent workers receive lower wages and. fewer employer provided retirement and health benefits compared to standard workers As a result. these workers are compelled to turn to government welfare and other means adjusted programs for. assistance While this is true for the low end of the contingency workforce it is not necessarily the. case for top end contingency workers who chose nonstandard work as a matter of choice. Largely due to the current standard workforce focus of labor force survey questions policy makers. are unaware of the fact that contingent work is no longer an aberration but a key component of the. labor force 60 million contingent workers versus 90 million standard workers In addition a growing. number of contingent workers do want full time jobs and traditional careers 90 of independent. contractors and self employed workers reported in the last BLS Contingent Workforce Survey that. they would not prefer a different type of employment from the one they have 5 Uber drivers apps. developers fracking industry wildcatters and knowledge workers are just some of many examples of. the upside of the growing contingent workforce in occupations that did not even exist a decade ago. The Bureau of Labor Statistics BLS defines the contingent workforce as the portion of the labor force. that has nonstandard work arrangements or those without permanent jobs with a traditional. employer employee relationship The BLS further makes a distinction between contingent and. alternative employment agreements According to a BLS special supplemental survey conducted in. February 2005 the last contingent workforce survey conducted by the BLS Contingent workers are. persons who do not expect their jobs to last or who reported that their jobs are temporary They do. not have an implicit or explicit contract for ongoing employment Alternative employment. arrangements include persons employed as independent contractors on call workers temporary. help agency workers and workers provided by contract firms 6. A 2015 GAO report entitled the Contingent Workforce Size Characteristics Earnings and Benefits. grouped contingency workers into two categories core and non core The core category includes. agency temps direct hire temps on call workers and laborers and contract company workers who. are characterized as low wage earners who are subjected to nonstandard work arrangements out of. necessity Core workers cede control over their work making them economically dependent on. employers Consequently a disproportionate number of these involuntary core workers are subject. to exploitation in terms of wages and benefits The non core category includes independent. contractors self employed workers and standard part time workers who work fewer than 35 hours. per week as a matter of choice and are economically independent by volition. Ibid Job Satisfaction Table 12 Estimated Percentage of Workers Who Want a Different Type of Employment 2005. U S Bureau of Labor Statistics Contingent and alternative employment arrangements retrieved 23 January 2016. http www bls gov cps lfcharacteristics htm contingent and http www bls gov news release pdf conemp pdf. Page 3 Contingent Workforce Challenge 31 March 2016. From a social science perspective the major difference between core and non core work involves. social compact an implicit contract for remuneration and protection in exchange for surrendering. personal liberties Relational employer employee social compacts that evolved over the 20th Century. are now less enforceable in today s transactional society Relational social compacts emphasize. mutual interests whereas transactional social compacts promote self interests Relational compacts. better accommodate low skilled risk adverse vulnerable core contingent workers who are. dependent on near term wages and benefits Transactional compacts favor skilled non core. contingent workers who tend to be more self directed entrepreneurial and self supporting. Consequently Jobenomics believes that America needs a dual contingent workforce strategy to 1. minimize low end core contingent workers and 2 maximize top end non core contingent workers. with emphasis on individuals and occupations with the highest need and potential. According to many labor force experts new workforce entrants e g Generation Z Screenagers. and Generation Y Millennials prefer contingent work over standard work for a number of reasons. including self direction variety flexibility skill development as well as a general disillusionment with. traditional corporate social compacts and promises that have proven to be short lived with older. generations Millennials also understand that standard workforce growth is highly dependent on a. growing economy whereas contingent workforce growth is more resistant to economic fluctuations. The rise of the contingent workforce is not unique to the United States Furthermore contingent. work is being embraced by foreign policy makers to a greater extent than in America Japan serves as. an example Japanese contingent workers called non regular workers accounted for up to 50 of. younger Japanese workers and 40 of the total Japanese labor force in 2014 up from 10 in 1990 7. In 2015 Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced policies to make it easier for companies to. dismiss standard workers in favor of contingency workers in order to make Japanese companies more. competitive An aging Japanese population will also fuel contingent work growth in Japan as retired. workers and older women are seeking part time work to supplement income in a struggling national. Policy makers in other parts of Asia and many countries in Western Europe are also actively preparing. for the possibility of contingent work becoming the dominant element of their national labor force. China s 13th Five Year Plan a roadmap for the nation s development from 2016 to 2020 emphasizes. the need to create a policy environment that can foster homegrown contingent workforce. development and investment with emphasis on micro and self employed businesses engaged in the. emerging digital economy e business and e commerce. Asia Pacific Journal Scott North Limited Regular Employment and the Reform of Japan s Division of Labor The Asia. Pacific Journal Vol 12 Issue 15 No 1 April 14 2014 http www japanfocus org Scott North 4106 article html. Page 4 Contingent Workforce Challenge 31 March 2016. Estimating the Size of the Contingent Workforce Out of approximately 150 million employed. American workers in 2016 60 million people are in the contingent workforce part time self. employed contracted workers temps and day laborers By 2030 Jobenomics forecasts that. contingency workers will be the dominant over 50 component of the U S labor force with 80. million standard full time employees and 80 million non employee contingent workers. To understand size of the U S labor force and its contingent workforce component one must have a. basic knowledge on how data is collected by the government. The two primary sources of data are from joint Census Bureau BLS household surveys and BLS. industry surveys The Household survey collects data via the Current Population Survey CPS and. the Establishment payroll survey via the Current Employment Survey CES 8. CPS Household data is collected monthly from a sample from over 60 000 American households. and includes comprehensive data on the labor force the employed and the unemployed. classified by such characteristics as age sex race family relationship marital status occupation. and industry attachment The CPS also provides data on the characteristics and past work. experience of those not in the labor force, CES Establishment data is collected monthly from a sample of approximately 143 000 businesses.
and government agencies representing approximately 588 000 worksites throughout the United. States The primary statistics derived from the CES survey are monthly estimates of employ. Bloomberg Businessweek 20 25 October 2014 Edition Companies Industries Page 20 3 Asia Pacific Journal Scott North Limited Regular Employment and the Reform of Japan s Division of Labor The Asia

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