JobWatch April 2007

April 17, 2007
   

Ohio job market shows uptick

Ohio’s job market showed an uptick in March, reversing the recent trend, according to seasonally adjusted payroll numbers for nonfarm wage and salary jobs released April 20 by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS). The gain was the largest in any month since January 2006. However, month-to-month data can be volatile and are later revised, so it is unwise to put too much weight in a single month. Job losses earlier last winter still have left the state with fewer jobs than it had last fall or a year ago.

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