Ohio Labor Market Information

Ohio County Occupational Estimates Reports

The Ohio County Occupational Estimates Reports show estimated employment counts for occupations in each county. These reports show:

  • The education typically needed for each occupation
  • The work experience and training usually needed
  • If the occupation is a STEM career
  • If the occupation is an Ohio Top Job. Top Jobs are in demand, support the health and well-being of families and communities, having promising futures, and empower people with 21st-century skills. 

The occupations in these reports are listed by Standard Occupational Classification. This is a federal standard used for data collection purposes. 

To view a county's report, click on the county link below the map:

Adams County Fairfield County Licking County Portage County
Allen County Fayette County Logan County Preble County
Ashland County Franklin County Lorain County Putnam County
Ashtabula County Fulton County Lucas County Richland County
Athens County Gallia County Madison County Ross County
Auglaize County Geauga County Mahoning County Sandusky County
Belmont County Greene County Marion County Scioto County
Brown County Guernsey County Medina County Seneca County
Butler County Hamilton County Meigs County Shelby County
Carroll County Hancock County Mercer County Stark County
Champaign County Hardin County Miami County Summit County
Clark County Harrison County Monroe County Trumbull County
Clermont County Henry County Montgomery County Tuscarawas County
Clinton County Highland County Morgan County Union County
Columbiana County Hocking County Morrow County Van Wert County
Coshocton County Holmes County Muskingum County Vinton County
Crawford County Huron County Noble County Warren County
Cuyahoga County Jackson County Ottawa County Washington County
Darke County Jefferson County Paulding County Wayne County
Defiance County Knox County Perry County Williams County
Delaware County Lake County Pickaway County Wood County
Erie County Lawrence County Pike County Wyandot County


The reports are constructed from the industry staffing patterns used in the Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics (OEWS) program. For more information about the report, including source, methodology, and limitations, click [here]. See below for additional materials: