Oregon Labor Market Information System
Region 15
Overview
Region 15Nestled in the southeast corner of the heavily populated Portland metro area lies Region 15, better known as Clackamas County. The region has easy access to abundant recreational opportunities such as skiing, river rafting, fishing, and camping. About seven-eighths of the county's land area is considered rural, with some of Oregon's richest farmland located around Canby, Sandy, Boring, Wilsonville, and Molalla, making agriculture one of the county's principal industries.



What's New
 LOCAL TRENDS AND ANALYSIS
 
Monthly Employment Situation for the Portland Metro Area

Portland's New Residents: Who Are They?

Portland Economic Update: Accelerating Growth

Portland's Workforce Investment Board's Industry Sector Reports

2014 Occupational Wage Data Now Available

Foreign Direct Investment Supports 41,300 Jobs in the Portland Metro Area

Job Vacancies in Oregon: Almost Half are Hard to Fill

Portland Population Growth: Migration

2013 Year in Review: Portland Metro (Finally) Makes a Complete Jobs Recovery

Tri-County Long-Term Employment Projections Show Broad-Based Job Growth

Job Vacancies in the Portland Tri-County Area

A Story of Uneven Recoveries: Clackamas County Trailing Neighboring Multnomah and Washington Counties

How Portland Metro Compares With Oregon

Portland Metro Metals Industry

Slowing Migration Puts a Dent in Portland's Population Growth

Portland Metro Area Employment Revised Down Slightly

Economic Update: Portland's Private Sector Regains Recessionary Losses

A Look at Portland Metro Area's Declining Labor Force Participation Rate

Not Just a Low-Wage Recovery: Half of Portland's New Jobs Created in Industries Paying More Than $50,000

Portland Metro Sees Large Improvement in Labor Market Conditions

Portland STEM Employment: How We Compare to Other Areas

Portland's Economic Recovery by Wage

STEM Employment in the Portland Metro Area

Portland Metro's Agricultural Employment

The Conference Board Help Wanted OnLine (HWOL) Data Series

Personal Income - 2011


Regional Contacts
 FOR LABOR MARKET INFORMATION
 
Amy Vander Vliet
Regional Economist
Portland Metro Area
(971) 804-2099

Lynn Wallis
Workforce Analyst
Clackamas County
(971) 804-2100