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Labor Market Statistics - Economic Research and Analysis
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Chart: Employment and Unemployment
Employment v. Unemployment March 2018:  Oklahoma's unemployment rate declines to 4.0 percent while nonfarm payroll employment adds 2,300 jobs.
Unemployment Insurance Claims Week ending 4/7/2018: Initial for unemployment insurance benefits rise while continued claims fall.
County Unemployment Rates February 2018: Unemployment rates were lower than a year earlier in all 77 Oklahoma counties.
State Unemployment Rates March 2018: Jobless rates were lower in 4 states, higher in 1 state and stable in 45 states including Oklahoma and the District of Columbia.
Three-Month Average Employment Change March 2018: Three-month average employment change up 1,500 jobs while Oklahoma adds 2,300 nonfarm jobs over the month.

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Oklahoma Economic Indicator Oklahoma Economic Indicators - March 2018

OESC's Economic Research and Analysis division strives to provide our customers with timely and relevant information regarding both the Oklahoma and U.S. economy.  Each month, we provide an update on national and local economic conditions through a series of economic indicators. Full Report Here.  Access archived editions here.

news releases News Releases:   Visit here for the latest News Releases including employment and unemployment rates and important agency announcements concerning unemployment insurance benefits. employment and unemployment statistics Local Area Unemployment Statistics:  Visit here for current and historical employment and unemployment data as well as maps featuring the U.S.’s and Oklahoma’s unemployment rates.
projections Industry and Occupational Employment Projections:  Visit here to explore industry and employment projections. Our projections data is presented at the statewide level, or at the Workforce Investment Area level. Occupational Wage Network Occupational Employment Statistics:  Visit here for information on hourly and annual wages organized by occupation and area.  The Occupational Wage Network (OWN) is accessible from here.
Click here to enter CES page Current Employment Statistics:  The CES program provides detailed industry data on employment, hours, and earnings of workers on nonfarm payrolls collected through a large, nationwide survey. Picture of Business Employment Dynamics Business Employment Dynamics:  The Business Employment Dynamics program is a set of statistics generated from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages, or ES-202, program. These quarterly data series consist of gross job gains and gross job losses statistics from 1992 forward. These data help to provide a picture of the dynamic state of the labor market.
quarterly census Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages:  The QCEW program provides a near census of data relating to employment, wages, and number of business establishments organized by industry and by geographic area. click to enter L E D page Local Employment Dynamics:  The LED program offers statistics on employment and wages by industry, age, and sex at any geographic location you choose.  
Click to access the employer locator Employer Locator:  Visit here to access the employer locator where you can find contact information of business establishments by county. lmiwfdashboard.jpg Oklahoma's Workforce Dashboard: is an interactive tool designed to visualize data and patterns related to workforce, education, and training opportunities in the state.  This dashboard was created for the Oklahoma Department of Commerce and incorporates data from the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, and the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission.
Click here for LMI publications Publications:  Visit here to access publications produced by the Economic Research and Analysis Division. Click to enter labor market information page Resources:  Visit here for contact information, useful web links, a glossary of economic and statistical terminology, or to locate other states' labor market information/statistics web sites.  
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were lower in 4 states, higher in 1 state, and stable in 45 states and the District of Columbia