The software publishing industry has been steadily carving out a niche in Oregon over the last few decades.
Oregon's construction sector is feeling the pain of the national housing downturn.
Increases in productivity and new options in the printing marketplace are two ways technology has reduced employment in printing.
Snowsports drive winter tourism in Oregon, which has a significant impact on the state's economy.
Various sporting goods stores around the state cater to the needs of outdoor and sporting enthusiasts.
Travel and tourism are significant in Oregon's economy.
Oregon's truck transportation industry started adding back jobs in 2011, but remains well below the peak reached in 2006.
Oregon, relative to the size of its economy, is the leader in dedicated furniture stores employment in the west.
Government entities employ nearly 300,000 Oregon workers, with nearly half of them in education.
The health care industry continued to grow through the Great Recession. Where have all the health care workers come from?
Although consumer spending remains weak, the demand for used goods continues to grow.
Most government workers are employed in the state's metro areas, but government makes up a higher share of non-metro employment.
Oregon's paper manufacturing employment is less than half what it was in the 1970s.
The wine industry has flourished in recent years - by 2011 there were 870 vineyards and 451 Oregon wineries.
The state's brewery industry grew despite the Great Recession, and is spread out around the state.
This industry has changed drastically over time, but remains critical to the economies of many local communities.
Nonprofits make available essential human and education services. They also employ 166,000 Oregon workers.
Check out which fisheries provided the boost in 2011, moving total revenue up.
When the housing market tumbled, Oregon's nursery industry felt the impact in lower sales.
What's been happening in the industry that builds the state's infrastructure?
Few pre-recession RV manufacturing workers are still working in this decimated industry.
Oregon's dairy industry is undergoing growth and change.
Oregon's multifaceted social assistance industry serves more than the elderly and disabled.
Oregon had about 28,000 federal jobs in 2011, ranking 31st in the nation for federal employment per capita.
More working women have fueled the growth of an industry.
Important and dynamic industry enhances state's economy.