Oregon Labor Market Information System
Region 5
Overview
Region 5Region 5 consists of one county, Lane. It is situated on the west side of Oregon, about midway down the state's coastline. Though lumber and wood products remains the largest single component of manufacturing, it has seen a 35 percent decline in employment between 2001 and 2013.

Meanwhile, the rest of Region 5's economy has become more diverse with gains in food products, health care and call centers making up for some of the losses in manufacturing. Since it is home to the University of Oregon and a Federal courthouse, government employment helps add stability to Lane County's economy.



What's New
 LOCAL TRENDS AND ANALYSIS
 
Monthly Employment Situation for Lane County

Tracking Online Help Wanted Ads in Lane County

Lane County Industry Employment - 2012 to 2013 Annual Average Covered Employment

Lane County Race and Ethnicities Similar to Statewide

An Older Workforce in Oregon's Resource Extraction Industries

Lane County's Unemployment Rate Continues to Drop After the Great Recession

Lane County's Teen Labor Force Participation Rate Matches the Statewide Decline

Employment in Oregon's Tsunami Inundation Zones

Lane County Occupational Wage Data Now Available for 2014

Lane County Age Distribution

Lane County Travel Spending Rebounds From Recession

Oregon's Commercial Fishing in 2013 - A Record Year

Lane County Components of Population Change: In-migration Drives Population Change

Lane County 2012-2022 Occupational Projections

Lane County Revised 2013 Annual Average Nonfarm Employment Data

Long-Term Industry Employment Forecasts for Lane County

Lane County Payroll Trends

How Much has Lane County Recovered From the Recession?

Lane County Software Employment

Lane County Preliminary 2013 Population Estimates

Population Growth Stalls Post-Recession in Lane County's Outlying Communities

Lane County Per Capita Personal Income

Lane County Industry Mix

Agriculture in Lane County


Regional Contacts
 FOR LABOR MARKET INFORMATION
 
Brian Rooney
Regional Economist
Lane and Douglas counties
(541) 686-7703

Kim Thompson
Workforce Analyst
Lane County
(541) 359-9178