- Current Employment by Industry (Current Employment
Statistics - CES) includes
monthly and historical data on employment, hours and earnings.
- Labor Market Review, in
pdf, is a monthly publication
with data on employment, hours & earnings, civilian labor force, employment
& unemployment, and unemployment compensation.
- 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.
- Annual Averages with tables
of employment, average hourly earnings, average weekly hours and average
- Employment & Wages by Industry (Quarterly
Census of Employment & Wages -
ES-202) contains employment, wages and number of firms by industry for Ohio
and its counties.
- 2000 to Present
- Publications - 2001 and Before
- Employment Projections by Occupation
& Industry anticipates employment trends in Ohio's occupations and industries.
- Leading Indicators includes
a composite leading indicator for Ohio and its major metropolitan areas.
- Mass Layoff Statistics tracks
mass layoff events in Ohio by industry and primary reason. Annual establishment
closures are also available.
- Occupational Wages & Employment (Occupational
Employment Statistics - OES) provides occupational wage data for workers
in nonfarm establishments.
- Unemployment Claims & Benefits Statistics
(Unemployment Compensation Reports) contains reports on the unemployment
compensation system, including initial & continued claims, benefits, workers
exhausting benefits and employers paying unemployment compensation contributions.
- Unemployment Rates & Labor Force Statistics
(Local Area Unemployment Statistics - LAUS) includes unemployment rates
and other local area employment, unemployment and labor force statistics.
Overviews & Summaries
- Research Publications
- 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
- 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.
- 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. Published 2011.
- Research from the Green Career Pathways Grant. Published 2011.
- Green Jobs and the Ohio Economy is a four-part series that 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. The reports are products of the
Green Career Pathways Grant.
- Career Pathways Slide
Driving Workforce Change Reports from the
Auto Industry Grant. Published
- Business Resources for Ohio Employers,
in pdf, provides links to on-line resources that can provide a
competitive edge. Published 2011.
- What's in a Word: Maybe Your Next Job!
is a job search manual in pdf with information on selecting keywords for resumes
and tips for successful resumes, job search & interviews. Published
- 2010 Economic Analysis:
A New Beginning reviews Ohio's employment situation, past employment
trends and employment outlook. Published 2010.
- A Statistical Dilemma: New and
Emerging Occupations, in pdf. Published 2010.
- Health Care Employment in Ohio:
Components of a Growth Sector, in pdf. Published 2009.
- Economic Analysis:
Responding to Recession, Preparing for Recovery, in pdf. Published
- Workforce Analysis: Ohio & Pennsylvania's
Five County Interstate Region, in pdf. Published 2009.
- Ohio Economic Analysis:
Changing Course, in pdf. Published 2008.
- Ohio Health Care Employment:
Labor Market Trends and Challenges, in pdf. Published 2008.
- Ohio's Graying Labor Force: Aging
through 2016, in pdf. Published in 2008.
- Identifying Regional Skill
Shortages: Dayton Metropolitan Statistical Area, in pdf. For greater
analytical detail, see Research
Documentation, in pdf. Published 2007.
- Workforce Analysis. Published
2007 to 2009.
- The State of Ohio Workforce
is published quarterly for Ohio legislative leaders and summarizes employment
and workforce trends within Ohio.
Employer Locator - A complete and easily accessed database of companies
throughout the nation.
Licensed Occupations in Ohio
- Green Job Grants Research and
Resources - Research publications, Green Job tools, and other Green Job
- 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.
- Ohio and County Profiles
- The U.S. Census Bureau's Community Economic
Development Hot Report provides economic, demographic, housing, transportation
and community assets indicators for Ohio counties and Appalachian Ohio.
Data for other states and areas are available as well.
- Workforce Commuting Patterns for
Ohio Counties presents statistics about people who commute.
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North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is an industrial
classification system that facilitates economic analyses of the United States,
Canada and Mexico.
- Overview of the North American Industry
Classification of Instructional Programs
Standard Occupational Classification
The 2000 Standard Occupational Classification (SOC)
system is used by statistical agencies to classify workers into occupational
categories for the purpose of collecting, calculating, or disseminating data.
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- Several geographic systems are used to describe Ohio, depending on use,
program and funding. View the various Ohio and area
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