Ohio Labor Market Information

Data Dashboards

Occupational Employment Projections
April 2024
Explore Ohio's Employment Projections through 2030, including projected jobs, annual openings, education requirements, and median wages. Data can be viewed for Ohio and select substate areas.
Ohio's Labor Force Statistics
March 2024
This dashboard allows users to visualize changes in Ohio's labor force statistics. Please note, the latest month's figures are preliminary and will be revised with the next press release.
Industry Employment
March 2024

This dashboard allows users to visualize employment changes in Ohio's supersectors. Please note, the latest month's figures are preliminary and will be revised with the next press release.

Ohio's Employment Status
March 2024

Use Ohio's Employment Status Dashboard as an alternate way to view labor market data from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey. Explore demographic categories such as Race/Ethnicity, Age, Sex, Poverty/Disability, and Education for various labor market measures.

Work Opportunity Tax Credit
February 2024

The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) program provides federal tax credits to Ohio employers that hire individuals from one of several target groups.

January 2024

Use this interactive tool to explore local industries, occupations, and employers that offer Ohio apprenticeships.

County Economic Profiles
October 2023
The county economic profiles are a snapshot of key economic indicators useful for strategic planning, economic development, training development, and policy development.
Unemployment Rate Map
September 2023

This United States map shows each state's annual unemployment rate, changes by year, and various unemployment populations.

Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS)
May 2023

Compare the number of monthly job openings to the estimated number of unemployed people. This map shows how tight each state's labor market is. Numbers less than one signal more jobs than workers.

January 2018
Coming Soon!
Labor markets don’t stop at county lines. Workers commute within counties and across county lines. Commuting Patterns can help you understand where workers are going, where they’re coming from, and the workforce relationship between counties.