Oregon Labor Market Information System
Region 14
Region 14Located in Oregon's southeast corner, Region 14 encompasses more than one- fourth of the state's territory, making it the largest (by area) of the 15 workforce regions. The population centers of the region include the Western Treasure Valley area around Ontario in northeastern Malheur County, the adjoining cities of Burns and Hines in Harney County, and the John Day Valley area of Grant County. The rest of the region has plenty of wide open country.

What's New
Eastern Oregon Has Lower Share of Workers in Their Prime Working Years

Labor Force Participation by County Drops

A Look at Wage Data in Eastern Oregon

Here's the Beef

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

Harney County Loses Some Industry Detail

Eastern Oregon's Population Trends Were Mixed in 2013

Malheur County Economic Profile

Harney County Economic Profile

Grant County Economic Profile

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

Incomplete Recovery for Travel Spending in Eastern Oregon

Identifying Oregon's Areas of Long-Term Labor Market Misery

One Mid-Century Forward Look at Eastern Oregon

Seniors in Eastern Oregon and Other Population Tidbits

A Review of Employment Trends in Vale and Surrounding Areas

Ontario Moves Closer to Boise (Statistically) and Other Geographic News

Benefits Survey Results for Eastern Oregon

Eastern Oregon has a Stagnant Size of Labor Force

Grant County's Employment Slide Persisted in 2012

Regional Contacts
Andrew Crollard
Workforce Analyst
Eastern Oregon
(541) 519-0315