Oregon Labor Market Information System
Region 11
Region 11Region 11 is located in south central Oregon on the California and Nevada borders. Klamath County's principal industries include lumber and wood products, agriculture, transportation, and recreation. A major focus of recreation in this region is Crater Lake, Oregon's only national park and the leading tourist attraction in the state. Government employment is a major force in the county's economy, between this national park, the Winema National Forest, and the Air National Guard facility at Kingsley Field.

What's New
Monthly Employment Situation for South Central Oregon

A Revised Employment Picture in Central and South Central Oregon

The Shift Back to a Job Seeker Market in Central Oregon

Where Have All the Farmers and Ranchers Gone?

Measures of Labor Underutilization

Regional Employment Expected to Grow Fast by 2022, but Only to Around 2007 Levels

2013 in Review: Jobs Recovery Gaining Momentum

Native Tribes are Vital Employers in Central and South Central Oregon

Quarterly Revisions Reveal Stronger Growth than Previously Expected

Population Report: Components of Change

Central Oregon Home Prices on the Rise, but are They Rising Too Fast?

County Spotlight: Lake County

Forestry and Logging's Role in Central Oregon's Economy

Who's Claiming Unemployment Insurance Benefits in Central Oregon?

Central Oregon's Population Growth Rate Recovering after Years of Decline

Per Capita Personal Income Rebounded in 2011

Regional Contacts
Damon Runberg
Regional Economist
Crook, Deschutes, Jefferson, Klamath, and Lake counties
(541) 388-6442

Ainoura Oussenbec
Workforce Analyst
Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, and Lake counties
(541) 414-5325