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This area will provide information to help people understand Oklahoma's economy and make informed labor market choices.

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Oklahoma Labor Market Information Publications
This page contains information about major data sources available through the Oklahoma Labor Market Information Unit. Download and install the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these documents.
Oklahoma Labor Market Statistics- Economic and Research Analysis
Includes: News Releases; Local Area Unemployment Statistic/Mass Layoff Statistics; Industry and Occupational Employment Projections; Occupational Employment Statistics; Current Employment Statistics; Business Employment Dynamics; Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages; Local Employment Dynamics; Employer Locator; Workforce Investment Area Data; Publications; Resources; The Recession; Staff Contact Information.
Technology Centers Economic and Workforce Data
The Oklahoma and regional Technology Center Industry Sector Reports were created using employment data from Economic Modeling Specialists Inc. (EMSI)
OKLAHOMA Economic Indicators 2014
Every year, the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission produces the state’s short-term employment projections. These projections use historical and current industry employment and occupational survey data to project how employment will change over a two-year period. The short-term projection results reflect short-term business cycle activity, such as periods of recession or rapid growth. Consequently, the short-term employment projections are helpful for those looking for immediate employment, whether temporary, part-time or full-time.This is the 2013-2015 report.
Employment and Unemployment News Release— April 2014
Report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor on Regional and State Employment and Unemployment
Oklahoma Economic Forecasts
Information provided by the Spears School of Business - Center for Applied Economic Research includes: * 2014 Oklahoma Economic Outlook Conference, Oklahoma City, December 4, 2013
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