Jobenomics Baltimore City
By: Dr. Alvin C. Hathaway, Commissioner of the Maryland Governor’s Workforce Investment Board, and Chuck Vollmer, Jobenomics Founder and President
23 June 2016
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Jobenomics Baltimore City Presentation – 23 July 2016
Jobenomics is pleased to announce a partnership with leading community leaders, led by Dr. Al Hathaway, Commissioner of the Maryland Governor’s Workforce Investment Board. Jobenomics Baltimore City’s goal is to restore the inner-city labor force by creating 100,000 net new jobs in Baltimore City within the next 10 years with emphasis on minorities, women, new workforce entrants and the contingent workforce. Jobenomics Baltimore City will institute local Community-Based Business Generators to mass-produce inner-city businesses in order to achieve the 100,000 new job goal.
Jobenomics Baltimore City’s New Job Framework is tailored to the demographics of Baltimore City. As shown, emphasis is being given to lower skill zones that tend to be more predominant in the poor sections of the inner-city. To date, the Jobenomics Baltimore City plan has been endorsed and lead by community leaders who are now getting endorsement and support from major corporations (Under Amour for manufacturing) and major medical institutions for the healthcare and social assistance programs. The team is also working with non-profits, the State and City managers to finalize and implement an actionable plan.