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The composition of products from the industry has changed with the economy.
Employment Situation Press Conference
June 18, 2013
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The share of the population 16 years old and over that is employed or unemployed has fallen to the lowest level since the late 1970s. This report explores the three major reasons for falling participation: the aging workforce, younger workers declining population, and the results of the Great Recession.
Analysis of the employment and unemployment data for April 2013.
These firms supply a necessary product for all Oregon firms - banking services - and they also employ many Oregonians.
Credit analysts determine how much risk is involved in lending money or extending credit to a person or business.
Oregon welcomed 3,082 participants in the J-1 Visa Program in 2012, according to the State Department.
The result of any analysis depends on assumptions made at the beginning; the same is true of statistics on firm size classes.
Population growth picked up a bit in 2012, driven by stronger in-migration.
Job growth has picked up across the Central Oregon region.
The manufacturing workweek now stands above 41 hours per week.
Oregon's private employers had approximately 22,900 job vacancies during winter 2013, according to a recently completed Job Vacancy Survey by the Oregon Employment Department.