Oregon Labor Market Information System
Region 10
Overview
Region 10Region 10, situated in the hub of the state of Oregon, is comprised of three counties: Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson. The region's employment historically was dominated by wood product manufacturing and natural resource extraction. This has changed in recent decades as employment in educational and health services; professional and business services; leisure and hospitality; and other types of manufacturing have grown. The employment diversification is partially spurred by population growth. All three counties have the fastest population growth rates in the state. Moreover, the region has become a tourist destination and currently is home to many national bike and ski races which attract competitors and spectators alike.



What's New
 LOCAL TRENDS AND ANALYSIS
 
Monthly Employment Situation for Central Oregon

Long Awaited Recovery Kicking Into Overdrive in Deschutes County

A Revised Employment Picture in Central and South Central Oregon

The Shift Back to a Job Seeker Market in Central Oregon

What Happens to Summer Tourism Workers in the "Off-Season"?

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

A Sneak Peak at the Brewing Industry in Central Oregon

Native Tribes are Vital Employers in Central and South Central Oregon

Central Oregon's Small Business Employment is Anything but Small

What do Central Oregonians Value? The Oregon Values and Beliefs Project Delves Into the Details

Quarterly Revisions Reveal Stronger Growth than Previously Expected

Manufacturing is Helping to Pull Redmond Out of the Recession

Population Report: Components of Change

The Great "Northern" Migration

County Spotlight: Jefferson County

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

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
 FOR LABOR MARKET INFORMATION
 
Damon Runberg
Regional Economist
Crook, Deschutes, Jefferson, Klamath, and Lake counties
(541) 388-6442

Melissa Greenaway
Workforce Analyst
Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson Counties
(541) 306-1645