Oregon Labor Market Information System
Region 13
Overview
Region 13Situated in the far northeastern corner of Oregon, Region 13 contains some of the state's most formidable geography. Several local mountain peaks exceed 9,000 feet in elevation. At the other extreme, one of the deepest canyons in North America -- Hells Canyon -- cuts through the eastern edge of this region along the course of the Snake River. The more populated valleys of the region are found in the 2,500- to 4,000-foot elevation range.



What's New
 LOCAL TRENDS AND ANALYSIS
 
A Look at Wage Data in Eastern Oregon

Snapshots From the 2012 Census of Agriculture

Eastern Oregon Average Pay Trends in 2013

Eastern Oregon Occupational Outlook Covers Many Fields

A Quick Look at New Employers in Eastern Oregon

Long-Term Projections Show Modest Employment Growth in Eastern Oregon

Eastern Oregon Job Trends Mixed in 2013

Agricultural Employment in Eastern Oregon Up Again

Eastern Oregon's Population Trends Were Mixed in 2013

There's a Substantial Federal Presence in Eastern Oregon's Economy

Incomplete Recovery for Travel Spending in Eastern Oregon

One Mid-Century Forward Look at Eastern Oregon

Seniors in Eastern Oregon and Other Population Tidbits

Eastern Oregon has a Stagnant Size of Labor Force

Benefits Survey Results for Eastern Oregon


Regional Contacts
 FOR LABOR MARKET INFORMATION
 
Andrew Crollard
Workforce Analyst
Eastern Oregon
(541) 519-0315