Oregon Labor Market Information System
The OLMIS Guide
Job Openings & Info
Wages & Income
Occupational Information Center
Employment & Labor Force
Current Employment Statistics
Covered Employment and Wages
Quarterly Workforce Indicators
Unemployment Ranking Tool
Business & Employers
Business Information Center
Educational Information Center
Please choose an activity from the list below:
I am a business owner or employee,
and I want to
List a job opening
Post your job on the Oregon Employment Department's online iMatchSkills system. Match your listings to applicants, view resumes, and request related Employment Department services.
Talk to a Labor Market Information specialist
Find contact information for local Workforce Analysts or Regional Economists.
Look up wage and other information by occupation
Search more than 700 occupational titles for information on wages, licensing, employment forecasts, and more.
Find sales and marketing contacts, and locate customers, suppliers and competitors
Search more than 500,000 businesses and government agencies in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and parts of California and Nevada. Find them by name or industry title.
Find data for sales, business, and marketing plans
Use the Business Information Center to build custom reports from a comprehensive database of industry information.
Write a job description
Get help from this on line job description writing tool.
Check the inflation rate (Consumer Price Index)
Find current and historical inflation data on the OLMIS Cost of Living page. Use the CPI calculator to make inflation adjustments. Read articles and other information on the cost of living.
Check the unemployment rate
See the latest news on employment and unemployment, and find unemployment insurance and tax information.
Find affirmative action information
Affirmative action packets provide population, occupational, and applicant characteristics by sex and minority status. This information is tailored to the needs of people responsible for creating affirmative action plans. Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) special tabulation data from the 2000 Census provide the sex, race, and ethnicity characteristics of the civilian labor force by 473 occupational categories and for Oregon and 21 substate regions.
Find graduates with the skills I need
Use the Educational Information Center to find Oregon schools producing graduates in 547 fields.
Request a publication
Order any of the Workforce and Economic Research division's free publications and subscribe to our periodicals.
Find required workplace posters
View workplace posting requirements and download copies of required posters.
Find an Employment Department office or WorkSource Center
Find contact information and see the services and products available from your local Employment Department office or WorkSource Center.
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