JobWatch December 2005

December 18, 2005
   

Four years after recession ends, Ohio’s labor market remains troubled

Four years after the recession officially ended in November 2001, Ohio employment remains 161,800 jobs or 3 percent below its pre-recession level in March 2001 and 57,200 jobs or 1 percent below the immediate post-recession employment level, according to the latest seasonally adjusted payroll numbers for non-agricultural employment issued December 16, 2005 by the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services (ODJFS).

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