Ohio Labor Market Information
Your source for reports and data about employment levels, unemployment rates, wages and earnings, employment projections, jobs, training resources and careers.
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Offering user-friendly, interactive visualizations of the Ohio statewide labor force and payroll jobs estimates, and unemployment rates for Ohio, its 88 counties, and 12 metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs).
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** Note: Statewide unemployment rates and nonagricultural wage & salary data are released on Fridays. County unemployment rates are posted the following week. See Press Release Dates for details.
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The Ohio County Economic Profiles provide a snapshot of key economic indicators useful for strategic planning, economic development, training development, and policy development.
The Ohio Leading Indicators report uses an annualized growth rate to forecast employment growth for Ohio and its eight largest MSAs for the next six months.
Worker Inflow & Outflow reports (based on 2015 data) provide information about workers in your county and can help you understand where your workers are going for work, where they come from, and your workforce relationship with other counties.
The Unemployment Rate Map Tool provides access to archived county unemployment rate maps going back to January 2006.
Ohio Shale: Quarterly Economic Trends for Ohio Oil and Gas Industries examines quarterly and annual industry and employment changes for select oil and gas industries.
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