Employment projections are available for 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.
Occupational Profiles with wages and skills.
Includes occupational codes, titles and definitions.
Occupations by Education and Wages
allows you to view occupations for education, training and wage levels you
About Employment Projections provides technical information
on projection data.
- Long-Term Projections
- The Ohio Job Outlook includes
industry and occupational employment projections for Ohio,
the six regions of the JobsOhio Network and eight Metropolitan
Occupational Trends Pamphlet, identifies occupations with a favorable job prospects.
- The Buckeye Top Fifty,
are Ohio's high-wage, in-demand occupations, based on employment
projections for years 2010-2020. The Buckeye Top Fifty is also available in an
18 x 24 Poster.
- Industry Snapshot reports are select industry
reports of long-term (2010-2020) employment projections for industry
clusters and business functions that align with
JobsOhio's targeted sectors.
- Short-Term Projections
- Ohio's Short-Term Employment
Outlook, provide industry and occupational employment forecasts from third
quarter 2012 through third quarter 2014. Interim projections are an indicator of current
employment trends and best used in combination with additional labor market information.
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About Employment Projections
Publications present projections of industry and occupational employment,
projected annual job openings, average wages, and education or training level
for each occupation. The statewide data for Ohio also includes labor force size
by age and gender. Projections are available for Ohio, the six regions of the JobsOhio Network
and eight large metropolitan areas
For more information about Ohio Employment Projections, contact Lewis Horner,
Assistant Bureau Chief, at Lewis.Horner@jfs.ohio.gov
or (614) 466-9824.
Note: Projections of occupational growth for all state and the national as
a whole are available at State
Projections are developed from a variety of data sources, including:
- U.S. Department of Labor's
Current Population Survey for labor
- Current Employment Statistics (CES
or ES790), a federal-state program that gathers data on employment and earnings
in goods-producing and service-producing industries in Ohio and selected metropolitan
- Quarterly Census of Employment & Wages (QCEW
or ES-202), a federal- state program that summarizes employment, wage and
contribution data from employers subject to state unemployment laws, as well
as workers covered by unemployment compensation for federal employees.
- The Occupational Employment Statistics (OES),
a federal-state program that provides occupational employment and wage data
for wage and salary workers in nonfarm establishments. All industries are
surveyed except private households, agricultural production, forestry, fishing,
the military, self-employed and unpaid family workers.
- National projections developed by the Bureau
of Labor Statistics.
Level of Detail
- Industry projections use the North American Industry Classification System
- Occupational projections use categories defined in the Occupational Employment
Statistics (OES) survey and use Standard Occupational
Classification (SOC) codes.
Labor Market Projections are used primarily for planning education & training
programs and for career counseling.
As with all forecasts and projections, Labor Market Projections are subject
to error, especially if events negate underlying assumptions. Generally, relative
error increases with smaller industries, occupations and areas.
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