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Alphabetical Index

This is an alphabetical listing of information found on the Ohio Labor Market Information web site. Also see the Detailed Site Map.

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Alphabetical Index of Ohio Labor Market Information Site
Alpha Index Item
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  202 - See Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages.
  2008 Ohio Economic Analysis: Changing Course, in pdf, reviews economic indicators and summarizes several workforce development programs. Published 2008.
  2009 Economic Analysis: Responding to Recession, Preparing for Recovery reviews Ohio's employment situation, past employment trends and employment outlook.
A
  Adobe® Reader® is a free software used to view and print portable document format (pdf) files.
  Affirmative Action Data are available from the U.S. Census Bureau's Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Tabulation.
B
  BED - See Business Employment Dynamics.
  Benefits, Unemployment - See Unemployment Compensation Reports.
  BLS - See Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor
  Business Employment Dynamics (BED) is a data series of gross job gains and job losses that is produced quarterly by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  Business Resources for Ohio Employers, in pdf.
C
  Career Exploration with Job Postings, Training and Occupational Summaries. Includes average wages, projected openings, summary, job postings and training options.
  Career Opportunities - See Occupational Trends
  Careers provides up-to-date career & occupational information
  Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce
  Census-Based Information
  Census of Employment and Wages
  CES - See Current Employment Statistics.
  CEW - See Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages.
  Civilian Labor Force Estimates - Labor Force, Employment and Unemployment (LAUS).
  Coding Systems provides information on 1) the North American Industry Classification System, 2) the Classification of Instructional Programs and 3) Standard Occupational Classification.
  College Navigator has direct links to colleges, universities & trades schools in the United States.
  Commuting (Workforce) Patterns for Ohio Counties
  Community Economic Development Hot Report, from the U.S. Census Bureau, provides economic, demographic, housing, transportation and community assets indicators for states, counties and selected areas.
  Contact the Bureau of Labor Market Information
  Continued Claims - See Unemployment Compensation Reports.
  Covered Employment and Wages - See Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
  Current Employment Statistics (CES) - monthly estimates of employment, earnings, and hours worked in goods-producing and service-providing industries in Ohio and metropolitan statistical areas.
  • The Labor Market Review is a monthly publication with current and historical data.
  • Current Employment Statistics Query allows users to view and download current and historical data on employment by industry for Ohio and eleven metropolitan areas. Where available, hours and earnings are provided.
  Current Civilian Labor Force Estimates with the most recent unemployment rate and labor force data.
D
  Data & Publications
  Data by Geographical Area
  Data Query Tools - A collection of tools to create and view data extracts.
  Department of Job and Family Services, Ohio
  Department of Labor, United States
  DOL - See Department of Labor.
E
  Education and Training provides links to colleges, career centers, apprenticeship information and financial aid information.
  Education and Training Programs, in pdf, is Part 4 of the Green Jobs and Ohio Economy report series.
  EEO - See Affirmative Action Data.
  e-Learn: Real-time webinars and on-line training provide workforce professionals with the knowledge to use labor market information effectively
  Employer Locator - A complete and easily accessed database of companies throughout the nation.
  Employment and Training Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Labor
  Employment and Wages by Industry Query creates comparison employment and wage statistics.
  Employment Forecast, Short-term, in pdf.
  Employment Projections by Occupation and Industry - Projected industry employment, occupational employment and labor force size. Projected annual job openings by occupation include employment growth, net replacement needs, training levels and wage information.
  Equal Employment Opportunity - See Census Bureau, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Tabulation.
  ES-202 - See Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages.
  ETA - See Employment and Training Administration.
  Exploring the Potential for Green Jobs, in pdf, is Part 2 of the Green Jobs and Ohio Economy report series.
F
  Forecast, Short-Term Employment, in pdf.
G
  Geocoded Employment by ZIP code for selected Ohio cities.
  Green Energy Cluster Crosswalk provides a crosswalk from general green energy clusters to detailed employment and wage trends at the NAICS 6-digit level.
  Green Job Grants Research and Resources - Research publications, Green Job tools,  and other Green Job resources.
  Green Jobs and the Ohio Economy. This four-part series addresses short comings in green jobs pathways; identifies green occupational knowledge and skill requirements; and provides students, job seekers, and employers with information on green career pathways, as well as links to green curricula training providers.
  Green Jobs in Ohio: Findings from the Green Jobs Survey provides estimates on the number of green jobs in Ohio and the distribution of those jobs among industry sectors, occupational groups, and regions.
H
  Health Care Employment in Ohio: Components of a Growth Sector previews health care industries & occupations, education & training needs for key occupations, nursing shortage issues, and the health care labor markets for Ohio's and the eight largest metropolitan areas. Published 2009.
  Home Page - Ohio Labor Market Information
I
  Identifying Regional Skill Shortages: Dayton Metropolitan Statistical Area, in pdf, identifies potential occupational skills shortages that may be obstacles for business and potential training investment opportunities. For greater analytical detail, see Research Documentation. Published 2007.
  Income
  Industry Staffing Patterns & Occupational Patterns list occupations within an industry and the industries that commonly employ a specified occupation.
  Initial Claims - See Unemployment Compensation Reports.
J
  Job and Family Services (Ohio Department of)
  Job Information - Search for jobs and discover a variety of job search resources.
  Job Outlook - See Projections by Occupation and Industry.
k
L
  Labor Force, Employment and Unemployment (LAUS) with estimated labor force, employment, unemployment and unemployment rates.
  Labor Force Estimates
  Labor Market Review - a monthly publication with estimates of employment, earnings, and hours worked in goods-producing and service-providing industries in Ohio and 12 metropolitan statistical areas. Part of the Current Employment Statistics (CES) Program.
  Labor Surplus Areas are areas of surplus labor for federal procurement contracts
  LAUS - See Labor Force, Employment and Unemployment.
  Leading Indicators - a composite leading indicator for the United States, Ohio and eight Metropolitan Statistical Areas
  LED - See Local Employment Dynamics.
  Licensed Occupations in Ohio
  Links to Related Sites
  Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS)
  Local Employment Dynamics (LED) supplies statistics on employment, job creation, wages and worker turnover by state, county, metro area and workforce investment area and by industry, age and sex. The program is a partnership between state labor market information agencies and the U.S. Census Bureau.
M
  Make Your Resume Make a Difference, in pdf, summarizes a four key elements of a resume and provides additional resume tips and information.
  Maps - Several geographic systems are used to describe Ohio, depending on use, program and funding.
  Mass Layoff Statistics - mass layoffs and plant closings events in Ohio.
  MLS - See Mass Layoff Statistics.
N
  NAICS - See North American Industry Classification System.
  North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
  • Overview of the North American Industry Classification System.
  • AutoNAICS: a downloadable, electronic version of the North American Industry Classification System Manual, the Standard Industrial Classification Manual, and tools for comparing the two. Note: AutoNAICS is available for download by authorized personnel only.
O
  The Obstacles and Opportunities to Defining Green Pathways, in pdf, is Part 1 of the Green Jobs and Ohio Economy report series.
  Occupational Information provides links to a variety of occupational and career information.
  Occupational Employment & Wages - See Occupational Employment Statistics.
  Occupational Patterns list the industries that commonly employ a specified occupation. Industry Staffing Patterns list occupations within an industry.
  Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) - occupational employment and wage data for Ohio, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Former Economic Development Regions (former) and Counties.
  Occupational Profiles with wages and skills. Includes occupational codes, titles and definitions.
  Occupational Trends, identifies occupations with more favorable job prospect and is available in two versions, both in pdf.
  • Occupational Trends, a Pamphlet, is formatted for printing on 8 1/2" x 17" paper and requires folding. Follow the link to Forms Central for printed copies of the pamphlet.
  Occupational Wages & Employment - occupational employment and wage data for Ohio, Metropolitan Statistical Areas, former Economic Development Regions and Counties.
  Occupations by Education and Wages allows you to view occupations for education, training and wage levels you specify.
  OES - See Occupational Employment Statistics.
  Ohio Department of Job and Family Services
  Ohio Economic Analysis, 2007: Understanding the Environment and Charting a Course for the Future, in pdf, presents the economic situation in Ohio and workforce development strategies for the future using a variety of labor market data and economic measures.
  Ohio Economic Analysis 2008: Changing Course, in pdf, reviews economic indicators important to Ohio's future and summarizes several key workforce development programs.
  Ohio Economic Analysis, 2009: Responding to Recession, Preparing for Recovery reviews Ohio's employment situation, past employment trends and employment outlook.
  Ohio Health Care Employment: Labor Market Trends and Challenges, in pdf, reviews industries & occupations in the health care sector, education & training needs, the ability to meet demand for health care graduates, and the health care labor markets within Ohio. Published 2008.
  Ohio Labor Market Information Home Page
  Ohio Job Outlook
 

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  Ohio's Aging Labor Force: Recent Trends in Industry Employment examines projected changes in workforce age demographics and recent changes in industry employment. Several industry sectors may be vulnerable as large portions of their workforces approach retirement.
  Ohio's Graying Labor Force: Aging through 2016, in pdf, reviews expected demographic changes by age and gender of the population and labor force. Published 2008.
P
  Press Release Dates for the Unemployment Rate and Civilian Labor Force Estimates.
  Profile of Unemployment: A Post-Recession Analysis focuses on unemployed workers, how long they have been out of work, what industries and occupations they come from, and where are the best opportunities for reemployment.
  Projections by Occupation and Industry - See Employment Projections by Occupation & Industry.
  Publications & Data
Q
  QCEW - See Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages.
  Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW or ES-202) - employment and wages of industries covered by the Unemployment Compensation law.
  • Employment and Wages, based on North American Industry Classification System beginning with the year 2000.
  • Employment and Wages, based on Standard Industrial Classification for the year 2001 and before.
  Questions about Data and Publications
R
  Research Publications
  Resumes: Make Your Resume Make a Difference, in pdf, summarizes a four key elements of a resume and provides additional resume tips and information.
S
  Short-Term Employment Forecast, in pdf.
  SIC - Standard Industrial Classification - See North American Industry Classification System for more information about the former Standard Industrial Classification System.
  Site Map
  SOC - See Standard Occupational Classification Codes, Titles and Definitions.
  Staffing Patterns (Industry) & Occupational Patterns list occupations within an industry and the industries that commonly employ a specified occupation.
  Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) - See North American Industry Classification System for more information about the former Standard Industrial Classification System.
  Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Codes, Titles and Definitions with wages, skills and occupational profiles.
  State of Ohio
  The State of Ohio Workforce is published quarterly for Ohio legislative leaders and summarizes employment and workforce trends within Ohio.
  A Statistical Dilemma: New and Emerging Occupations discusses the difficulty of defining and collecting data about new and emerging occupations, O*NET's methodology for identifying them and the possibility of further study.
T
  Tools - A collection of tools to create and view data extracts.
  Training and Education provides links to colleges, career centers, apprenticeship information and financial aid information.
  Training for Workforce Professionals: Real-time webinars and on-line training provide workforce professionals with the knowledge to use labor market information effectively
U
  Unemployment Claims - See Unemployment Compensation Reports.
  Unemployment Compensation Reports including initial and continued unemployment claims, benefits, workers who exhaust benefits, and employers paying unemployment compensation contributions.
  Unemployment Rate
  U.S. Department of Labor
v
W
  Wage Information
  What's in a Word? Maybe Your Next Job!, in pdf, is a job search manual with information on selecting keywords for resumes; tips for successful resumes, job search & interviews; and more.
  Workforce Analysis reports provide economic information about Ohio, former Economic Development Regions, and Workforce Investment Areas. The publications review demographic and economic characteristics.
  Workforce Commuting Patterns for Ohio Counties
  The Workforce Skills and Training Ohio Green Industries Need, in pdf, is Part 3 of the Green Jobs and Ohio Economy report series.
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