The Role of Manufacturing and Coos CountyMarch 21, 2019 Is manufacturing still important? This is a question often asked by people in both urban and rural communities. As an industry, manufacturing has always been a hub for job creation and the development of new...
Job Benefits from Coastal EmployersMarch 21, 2019 Coastal employers generally offered fewer job benefits to employees than employers in Oregon’s metro areas in 2018. Statewide, 75 percent of employers offered some type of...
Occupations that Pay More in Southwestern OregonMarch 8, 2019
When looking for a job in your field, determining which region pays the most could be a sound strategy. In 2018, there were 27 occupations where workers...
Southwestern Oregon’s High-Paying Jobs in Demand…No College NecessaryJanuary 15, 2019 While statistics show that income generally increases with education, not all high-wage jobs require four-year college degrees. In...
- Southwestern Oregon Industry Employment Projections 2017-2027
- Southwestern Oregon Occupational Employment Projections 2017-2027
- Southwestern Oregon Wage Information
- Employment in Douglas County
- Employment in South Coast
- Southwestern Oregon Economic Indicators
- Job Vacancies in Southwestern Oregon
- The Employment Landscape of Rural Oregon
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