The Oregon Coast Wage ChallengeSeptember 14, 2022 How can workers on the Oregon Coast find higher-paying jobs? The best single answer is to get the education and training to enter a higher-paying occupation. (Our website
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Central and Southern Oregon Coast Economy for 2021July 8, 2022 The economy of the central and southern Oregon coast added 1,270 payroll jobs in 2021 as business restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic eased. Job losses...
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