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Distinguishing the Social Sector

Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 12:00pm to 1:45pm

Buffalo Commons Classroom 617 Main Street, Floor 3R, Buffalo, NY 14203

Please join us for a panel discussion and lunch for ILR Buffalo Co-Lab's latest research release - Distinguishing the Social Sector: A Buffalo Niagara Labor Market Study.

The sector of the economy most directly engaged with social concerns—the social sector—is the subject of this analysis. This report employs a working definition of the social sector as the collection of individuals, occupations, and entities that, through the practice and conduct of their remunerated work, produce economically valuable social benefits and that serve the public interest. This regional labor market study for Buffalo-Niagara profiles the jobs, wages, occupations, and skill requirements associated
with paid work in the region’s social sector.

Learn about what is being done to prepare people for roles in this sector, what additional capacity is needed and how the impact of these organizations and entities can be measured.

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