This report provides detailed information about the benefits offered by Oregon employers, along with the changes in health and retirement benefit costs and offerings over the past year.
The Business Employment Dynamics (BED) show the dynamic labor market flows that underlie the net changes in aggregate employment levels. This change in employment is the net result of gross job gains and gross job losses that occur at establishments throughout the economy.
Check out the results from the second future hiring survey of employers by the Oregon Employment Department.
A new survey of employers finds that green jobs make up 3 percent of Oregon's workforce.
Are Oregon employers finding enough qualified workers? What types of benefits and training are employers offering to retain workers? How are employers handling the aging of the workforce? Answers to these questions and more are contained in this report of the 2008 Oregon Employer Survey results.
Recent employment trends, 10-year projections, and the economic argument in favor of higher educational attainment.
Baby boomer retirements will keep the job market tight. How can employers adjust?