Employment Situation: Ohio and U.S. (Seasonally Adjusted) 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 -5, , ,000. In This Issue

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1 Civilian Labor Force Ohio s unemployment rate was 4.8 percent in July 216, down from 5. in June and up from 4.7 percent one year ago. The U.S. unemployment rate was 4.9 percent, unchanged from June and down from 5.3 percent in July 215. The civilian labor force in Ohio decreased 24, over the month, from 5,811, in June to 5,787, in July. Over the year, Ohio s civilian labor force increased by 97,. Ohio and U.S. Unemployment Rates (Seasonally Adjusted) Percent U.S. Ohio 6. Employment Situation: Ohio and U.S. (Seasonally Adjusted) Labor Market Review July 216 2,6. Construction added 5,9 jobs over the year. Mining and logging lost 3,2 jobs. Manufacturing employment decreased 1 as losses in durable goods (-7,1) surpassed gains in nondurable goods (+7,). The private service-providing sector added 61,9 jobs as gains in educational and health services (+19,6), leisure and hospitality (+15,9), trade, transportation, and utilities (+11,8), other services (+7,4), financial activities (+4,2), and professional and business services (+3,5) surpassed losses in information (-5). Government employment increased 14,3 in state (+11,5), federal (+1,4), and local (+1,4) government. 5.5 Ohio Nonfarm Employment Over-the-Month Change (Seasonally Adjusted) Jun-15 Jul-15 Aug-15 Sep-15 Oct-15 Nov-15 Dec-15 Jan-16 Feb-16 Mar-16 Apr-16 May-16 Jun-16 Jul-16 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, Payroll Survey Over-the-Month Change: Ohio s nonagricultural wage and salary employment increased 11,4 over the month, from a revised 5,494,9 in June to 5,56,3 in July 216, according to the latest business establishment survey conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor (Bureau of Labor Statistics) in cooperation with ODJFS. Goods-producing industries, at 93,7, lost 1,3 jobs over the month. Job losses in construction (-3,6) and mining and logging (-3) surpassed gains in manufacturing (+2,6). The private service-providing sector, at 3,82,6, added 8, jobs. Employment gains in educational and health services (+5,), trade, transportation, and utilities (+2,7), professional and business services (+2,1), and other services (+1,8) exceeded losses in financial activities (-1,5), information (-1,1), and leisure and hospitality (-1,). Government employment, at 782,, increased 4,7 as gains in local (+3,1) and state (+1,7) government outweighed losses in federal government (-1). Over-the-Year Change: From July 215 to July 216, nonagricultural wage and salary employment grew 78,8. Employment in goods-producing industries increased -5, -1, -15, -2, Jun-15 Jul-15 Aug-15 Sep-15 Oct-15 Nov-15 Dec-15 Jan-16 Feb-16 Mar-16 Apr-16 May-16 Jun-16 Jul-16 In This Issue Employment Situation: Ohio and U.S...1 Ohio Civilian Labor Force and Nonagricultural Employment Estimates Seasonally Adjusted...2 Historical Labor Force Estimates Seasonally Adjusted...3 Historical Nonagricultural Employment Seasonally Adjusted...4 Ohio Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment Not Seasonally Adjusted...5 Historical Nonagricultural Employment Not Seasonally Adjusted...8 Map of Metropolitan Statistical Areas...9 Metropolitan Statistical Areas...1 Hours and Earnings of All Employees Not Seasonally Adjusted...46 Hours and Earnings of Production and Nonsupervisory Employees...47 Selected Unemployment Insurance Activities Not Seasonally Adjusted...48 Technical Notes...49 Types of Businesses by NAICS...51

2 OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Ohio Civilian Labor Force and Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment Estimates Seasonally Adjusted a Employment Jul Jun Jul Change From Last Month Civilian Labor Force b Total 5,787 5,811 5, Employment 5,58 5,52 5, Unemployment Unemployment Rate (%) Payroll Survey c Total Nonagricultural 5,56.3 5, , Total Private 4, , , Goods-Producing (Private) Mining and Logging Construction Manufacturing Durable Goods Nondurable Goods Service-Providing (Private) 3,82.6 3, , Trade, Transportation, and Utilities 1,26.3 1,23.6 1, Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Information Financial Activities Finance and Insurance Real Estate & Rental & Leasing Professional & Business Services Professional & Technical Services Management of Companies and Enterprises Administrative, Support, and Waste Services Educational & Health Services Educational Services Health Care & Social Assistance Leisure & Hospitality Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation Accommodation & Food Services Other Services Government Federal Government State Government Local Government From Last Year Percent Change From Last Month From Last Year a Data for latest month are preliminary, although other months are subject to revision. Subtotals may not add to totals due to rounding. Unemployment rates are computed from unrounded figures. All data exclude military personnel. b Data are Local Area Unemployment Statistics estimates based on place of residence. c From the Current Employment Statistics Survey, a monthly survey of approximately 25,7 employers conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Estimates represent nonagricultural wage and salary jobs by place of work. Seasonally adjusted nonfarm employment data for the Ohio Metropolitan Statistical Areas may be accessed at the Bureau of Labor Statistics website at 2

3 OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Ohio Historical Civilian Labor Force Estimates Seasonally Adjusted 12. Civilian Labor Force Total Employed Unemployed Ohio Unemployment Rates 26 5,945 5, % 4.6% 27 5,99 5, % 4.6% 28 5,965 5, % 5.8% 29 5,97 5, % 9.3% 21 5,847 5, % 9.6% 211 5,771 5, % 8.9% 212 5,76 5, % 8.1% 213 5,717 5, % 7.4% 214 5,73 5, % 6.2% 215 5,7 5, % 5.3% 215 June 5,696 5, % 5.3% July 5,69 5, % 5.3% August 5,686 5, % 5.1% September 5,685 5, % 5.1% October 5,687 5, % 5.% November 5,69 5, % 5.% December 5,694 5, % 5.% 216 January 5,72 5, % 4.9% February 5,754 5, % 4.9% March 5,789 5, % 5.% April 5,817 5, % 5.% May 5,826 5, % 4.7% June 5,811 5, % 4.9% July 5,787 5, % 4.9% Ohio and U.S. Unemployment Rates (Seasonally Adjusted) Percent Recession U.S. Ohio U.S Jan-6 Apr-6 Jul-6 Oct-6 Jan-7 Apr-7 Jul-7 Oct-7 Jan-8 Apr-8 Jul-8 Oct-8 Jan-9 Apr-9 Jul-9 Oct-9 Jan-1 Apr-1 Jul-1 Oct-1 Jan-11 Apr-11 Jul-11 Oct-11 Jan-12 Apr-12 Jul-12 Oct-12 Jan-13 Apr-13 Jul-13 Oct-13 Jan-14 Apr-14 Jul-14 Oct-14 Jan-15 Apr-15 Jul-15 Oct-15 Jan-16 Apr-16 Jul-16 Recessionary periods as defined by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). 3

4 OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Ohio Historical Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment Seasonally Adjusted Grand Total Private Goods-Producing Employment Total Mining and Logging Const. Mfg. Total Trade, Transport., and Utilities Private Service-Providing Employment Info. Government Employment 215 June 5, , , July 5, , , August 5, , , September 5, , , October 5, , , November 5, , , December 5, , , January 5, , , February 5, , , March 5, ,87.8 1, April 5, ,82.7 1, May 5, , , June 5, , , July 5, ,82.6 1, Financial Activities Prof. and Business Services Educational and Health Services Leisure and Hospitality Percent Change in Ohio Nonfarm Employment by Month January 2 - July 216 (Seasonally Adjusted) Other Services Total Federal State Local 1. Recession Goods-Producing Private Service-Providing Government 5.. Percent Change Jan- Jul- Jan-1 Jul-1 Jan-2 Jul-2 Jan-3 Jul-3 Jan-4 Jul-4 Jan-5 Jul-5 Jan-6 Jul-6 Jan-7 Jul-7 Jan-8 Jul-8 Jan-9 Jul-9 Jan-1 Jul-1 Jan-11 Jul-11 Jan-12 Jul-12 Jan-13 Jul-13 Jan-14 Jul-14 Jan-15 Jul-15 Jan-16 Jul-16 Recessionary periods as defined by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). Note: In June 215 the seasonal model for state government employment was updated to account for improved data collection. To preserve the continuity of the time series, the updated seasonal factors were applied back to October 214. The series affected are state government, total government, and total nonfarm employment. If you have any questions about the updates, please 4

5 Ohio Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment a OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Employment Change Percent Change From From From From Jul Jun Jul Last Last Last Last 216 b 216 c 215 c Month Year Month Year Total Nonagricultural 5, ,545. 5, Total Private 4, , , Goods-Producing (Private) Mining, Logging, and Construction Mining and Logging Construction Construction of Buildings Nonresidential Building Construction Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction Specialty Trade Contractors Manufacturing Durable Goods d Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing Primary Metal Manufacturing Iron and Steel Mills and Ferroalloy Mfg Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing Machine Shops and Threaded Products Machinery Manufacturing Metalworking Machinery Manufacturing Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component Mfg Household Appliance Manufacturing Transportation Equipment Manufacturing Motor Vehicle Manufacturing Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing Aerospace Product and Parts Manufacturing Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing Nondurable Goods e Food Manufacturing Printing and Related Support Activities Chemical Manufacturing Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing Plastics Product Manufacturing Rubber Product Manufacturing Service-Providing (Private) 3,865. 3, , Trade, Transportation, and Utilities 1,29.9 1,29.7 1, Wholesale Trade Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods Professional and Commercial Equipment Machinery, Equipment, and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods continued on next page - 5

6 Ohio Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment a OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY continued - Employment Change Percent Change From From From From Jul Jun Jul Last Last Last Last 216 b 216 c 215 c Month Year Month Year Retail Trade Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers Automobile Dealers Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores Building Material and Garden Supply Stores Building Material and Supplies Dealers Food and Beverage Stores Grocery Stores Health and Personal Care Stores Gasoline Stations Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores General Merchandise Stores Miscellaneous Store Retailers Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Utilities Transportation and Warehousing Air Transportation Truck Transportation Information Publishing Industries, Except Internet Telecommunications Financial Activities Finance and Insurance Credit Intermediation and Related Activities Depository Credit Intermediation Insurance Carriers and Related Activities Insurance Carriers Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional and Business Services Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services Legal Services Accounting and Bookkeeping Services Architectural and Engineering Services Computer Systems Design and Related Services Management and Technical Consulting Services Advertising and Related Services Management of Companies and Enterprises Administrative, Support and Waste Services Administrative and Support Services Employment Services Business Support Services Services to Buildings and Dwellings continued on next page - 6

7 Ohio Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment a OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY continued - Employment Change Percent Change From From From From Jul Jun Jul Last Last Last Last 216 b 216 c 215 c Month Year Month Year Educational and Health Services Educational Services Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools Health Care and Social Assistance Hospitals Nursing and Residential Care Facilities Social Assistance Leisure and Hospitality Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries Accommodation and Food Services Accommodation Food Services and Drinking Places Other Services Repair and Maintenance Personal and Laundry Services Membership Associations and Organizations Government Federal Government U.S. Postal Service State Government State Government Educational f Services State Government Hospitals Local Government Local Government Educational Services Local Government Hospitals a See Technical Notes for concepts. b Preliminary. c Revised. d Includes wood products; miscellaneous manufacturing. e Includes textile mills; textile products mills; apparel manufacturing; leather and allied products; petroleum and coal products. f Includes state universities, state schools for the deaf and blind, and the state library. Excludes the agricultural extension service and agricultural research centers. 7

8 Ohio Historical Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY , , , , ,427. 1, , , , ,61.3 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , June 5, , , July 5, , , August 5, , , September 5, , , October 5, , , November 5, ,8.5 1, December 5, ,86.2 1, Grand Total Private Goods-Producing Employment Total Mining and Logging Const. Mfg. Total Trade, Transport., and Utilities Private Service-Providing Employment Info. Government Employment January 5, ,77.3 1, February 5, , , March 5, , , April 5, , , May 5, , , June 5, , , Financial Activities Prof. and Educational Business and Health Leisure and Other Services Services Hospitality Services Total Federal State Local July 5, ,865. 1,

9 OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Ohio Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) Developed by the United States Office of Management and Budget, Metropolitan Statistical Areas are integrated geographic regions comprised of at least one city or urban area (with a population of at least 5,) and adjacent communities. Metropolitan Statistical Areas make it possible for federal statistical agencies to utilize the same boundaries when publishing statistical data. A. Akron MSA B. Canton-Massillon MSA C. Cincinnati MSA, including Dearborn, Ohio, and Union Counties in Indiana; Boone, Bracken, Campbell, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, and Pendleton Counties in Kentucky D. Cleveland-Elyria MSA E. Columbus MSA F. Dayton MSA G. *Huntington-Ashland MSA, including Boyd and Greenup Counties in Kentucky; Cabell, Lincoln, Putnam, and Wayne Counties in West Virginia H. Lima MSA I. Mansfield MSA J. Springfield MSA K. Toledo MSA L. *Weirton-Steubenville MSA, including Brooke and Hancock Counties in West Virginia M. *Wheeling MSA, including Marshall and Ohio Counties in West Virginia N. Youngstown-Warren-Boardman MSA, including Mercer County in Pennsylvania * Data on West Virginia MSAs including Ohio counties may be viewed at Note: Effective with the publication of January 215 preliminary estimates on March 6, 215, the Current Employment Statistics (CES) program implemented new delineations for metropolitan areas. All series have been reconstructed back to 199. Visit to see changes. 9

10 OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Akron Metropolitan Statistical Area Portage and Summit Counties Over-the-Month Change: Nonfarm payroll employment in the Akron metropolitan area totaled 342,1 in July 216, a decrease of 8 jobs from June. Employment in the goodsproducing sector, at 53,9, increased 1 as gains in mining, logging, and construction (+3) outweighed losses in manufacturing (-2). The private service-providing sector, at 248,3, decreased 2. Losses in leisure and hospitality (-7) and trade, transportation, and utilities (-3) surpassed gains in educational and health services (+7) and other services (+1). Government employment, at 39,9, decreased 7 as losses in local government (-1,) exceeded gains in state government (+3). Federal government employment did not change over the month. Over-the-Year Change: Nonagricultural wage and salary employment increased 6,8 from July 215 to July 216. Goodsproducing industries added 4 jobs as gains in mining, logging, and construction (+5) surpassed losses in manufacturing (-1). Private service-providing employment increased 6,4 in trade, transportation, and utilities (+2,1), educational and health services (+1,8), leisure and hospitality (+1,2), professional and business services (+9), other services (+3), and financial activities (+1). Government employment did not change over the year as gains in local government (+1) offset losses in state government (-1). Federal government did not change over the year % % % % % % % % % % % June % July % August % September % October % November % December Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment Civilian Labor Force Unemployment Trade, Professional Educational Rate Transport., and Business and Health Total Employed Unemployed Total Mfg. and Utilities Services Services Government % January % February % March % April % May % June % July

11 OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Akron MSA Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment a Employment Change Percent Change From From From From Jul Jun Jul Last Last Last Last 216 b 216 c 215 c Month Year Month Year Total Nonagricultural Total Private Goods-Producing (Private) Mining, Logging, and Construction Manufacturing Durable Goods d Transportation Equipment Nondurable Goods e Service-Providing (Private) Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Food and Beverage Stores Health and Personal Care Stores General Merchandise Stores Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Truck Transportation Information Financial Activities Finance and Insurance Professional and Business Services Administrative, Support and Waste Services Educational and Health Services Health Care and Social Assistance Leisure and Hospitality Accommodation and Food Services Other Services Government Federal Government State Government State Government Educational f Services Local Government Local Government Educational Services a See Technical Notes for concepts. b Preliminary. c Revised. d Includes wood products; nonmetallic mineral products; primary metals; fabricated metal products; machinery manufacturing; computer and electronic products; electrical equipment and appliance manufacturing; furniture and related products; miscellaneous manufacturing. e Includes food manufacturing; beverage and tobacco products; textile mills; textile product mills; apparel manufacturing; leather and allied products; paper manufacturing; printing and related support activities; petroleum and coal products; chemical manufacturing. f Includes state universities. Excludes the agricultural extension service. 11

12 Akron Metropolitan Statistical Area OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Unemployment Rates 14. Recession Ohio U.S. Akron MSA Percent Jan-6 Apr-6 Jul-6 Oct-6 Jan-7 Apr-7 Jul-7 Oct-7 Jan-8 Apr-8 Jul-8 Oct-8 Jan-9 Apr-9 Jul-9 Oct-9 Jan-1 Apr-1 Jul-1 Oct-1 Jan-11 Apr-11 Jul-11 Oct-11 Jan-12 Apr-12 Jul-12 Oct-12 Jan-13 Apr-13 Jul-13 Oct-13 Jan-14 Apr-14 Jul-14 Oct-14 Jan-15 Apr-15 Jul-15 Oct-15 Jan-16 Apr-16 Jul-16 Akron MSA Over-the-Month Change Akron MSA Over-the-Year Change 3 Mining, Logging, and Construction 5 Mining, Logging, and Construction -2 Manufacturing -1 Manufacturing -3 Trade, Transportation, and Utilities 2,1 Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Information Information Financial Activities 1 Financial Activities Professional and Business Services 9 Professional and Business Services 7 Educational and Health Services 1,8 Educational and Health Services -7 Leisure and Hospitality 1,2 Leisure and Hospitality 1 Other Services 3 Other Services Federal Government Federal Government 3 State Government -1 State Government -1, -1,5-1, , 1,5 Local Government , 1,5 2, 2,5 Local Government 12

13 OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Canton-Massillon Metropolitan Statistical Area Carroll and Stark Counties Over-the-Month Change: Nonfarm payroll employment in the Canton-Massillon metropolitan area totaled 175,1 in July 216, a decrease of 1,1 jobs from June. The goods-producing sector, at 37,3, increased 1 as gains in mining, logging, and construction (+2) outweighed losses in manufacturing (-1). Employment in private service-providing industries, at 118,7, decreased 3. Jobs losses in professional and business services (-3), trade, transportation, and utilities (-1), and educational and health services (-1) exceeded gains in other services (+2). Government employment, at 19,1, lost 9 jobs in local government. Federal and state government did not change from June. Over-the-Year Change: Nonagricultural wage and salary employment increased 2,3 from July 215 to July 216. Goodsproducing industries lost 4 jobs in manufacturing. Private service-providing employment increased 2,1. Gains in leisure and hospitality (+1,), educational and health services (+7), trade, transportation, and utilities (+6), and other services (+1) surpassed losses in professional and business services (-3). Government added 6 jobs in local government. Federal and state government did not change over the year. Civilian Labor Force Total Employed Unemployed Unemployment Rate % % % % % % % % % % % June % July % August % September % October % November % December Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment % January % February % March % April % May % June % July Total Mfg. Trade, Transport., and Utilities Professional and Business Services Educational and Health Services Government 13

14 OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Canton-Massillon MSA Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment a Employment Change Percent Change From From From From Jul Jun Jul Last Last Last Last 216 b 216 c 215 c Month Year Month Year Total Nonagricultural Total Private Goods-Producing (Private) Mining, Logging, and Construction Manufacturing Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing Food Manufacturing Service-Providing (Private) Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Wholesale Trade Retail Trade General Merchandise Stores Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Information Financial Activities Professional and Business Services Educational and Health Services Health Care and Social Assistance Leisure and Hospitality Accommodation and Food Services Other Services Government Federal Government State Government Local Government Local Government Educational Services a See Technical Notes for concepts. b Preliminary. c Revised. 14

15 Canton-Massillon Metropolitan Statistical Area OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Unemployment Rates 16. Recession Ohio U.S. Canton-Massillon MSA Percent Jan-6 Apr-6 Jul-6 Oct-6 Jan-7 Apr-7 Jul-7 Oct-7 Jan-8 Apr-8 Jul-8 Oct-8 Jan-9 Apr-9 Jul-9 Oct-9 Jan-1 Apr-1 Jul-1 Oct-1 Jan-11 Apr-11 Jul-11 Oct-11 Jan-12 Apr-12 Jul-12 Oct-12 Jan-13 Apr-13 Jul-13 Oct-13 Jan-14 Apr-14 Jul-14 Oct-14 Jan-15 Apr-15 Jul-15 Oct-15 Jan-16 Apr-16 Jul-16 Canton-Massillon MSA Over-the-Month Change Canton-Massillon MSA Over-the-Year Change 2 Mining, Logging, and Construction Mining, Logging, and Construction -1 Manufacturing -4 Manufacturing -1 Trade, Transportation, and Utilities 6 Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Information Information Financial Activities Financial Activities -3 Professional and Business Services -3 Professional and Business Services -1 Educational and Health Services 7 Educational and Health Services Leisure and Hospitality 1, Leisure and Hospitality 2 Other Services 1 Other Services Federal Government Federal Government State Government State Government -9 Local Government 6 Local Government -1, , 1,2 15

16 Cincinnati Metropolitan Statistical Area OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 In Ohio: Brown, Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren Counties In Indiana: Dearborn, Ohio, and Union Counties In Kentucky: Boone, Bracken, Campbell, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, and Pendleton Counties Over-the-Month Change: Nonfarm payroll employment in the Cincinnati metropolitan area totaled 1,84,4 in July 216, a decrease of 3, jobs from June. Employment in goods-producing industries, at 16,1, increased 1,3 in mining, logging, and construction (+9) and manufacturing (+4). The private service-providing sector, at 82,3, decreased 2, as losses in trade, transportation, and utilities (-2,6) and leisure and hospitality (-6) surpassed gains in professional and business services (+6), financial activities (+5), and other services (+1). Government employment, at 122,, lost 2,3 in local (-1,9), federal (-3), and state (-1) government. Over-the-Year Change: Nonagricultural wage and salary employment increased 2,2 from July 215 to July 216. Goodsproducing industries added 1,8 jobs in mining, logging, and construction (+1,1) and manufacturing (+7). Private serviceproviding industries added 16,9 jobs as employment gains in leisure and hospitality (+7,4), financial activities (+4,2), trade, transportation, and utilities (+3,5), educational and health services (+2,4), other services (+1,3), and information (+3) exceeded losses in professional and business services (-2,2). Government increased 1,5 as gains in state (+8) and local (+8) government outweighed losses in federal government (-1). Civilian Labor Force Total Employed Unemployed Unemployment Rate 1,13. 1, % 26 1, , , % 27 1, , , % 28 1, , , % , % , % , % 212 1, ,8.9 1, % 213 1, ,75.1 1, % 214 1, ,72.1 1, % 215 1, ,85.1 1, % June 1, ,9. 1, % July 1, ,79.7 1, % August 1, ,69.9 1, % September 1, ,7.5 1, % October 1, ,72. 1, % November 1, ,68.2 1, % December 1, Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment 1,56.6 1, % January 1, ,67.5 1, % February 1, ,76.9 1, % March 1, ,79.8 1, % April 1, ,94.6 1, % May 1, ,13.9 1, % June 1, ,18.6 1, % July 1, Total Mfg. Trade, Transport., and Utilities Professional and Business Services Educational and Health Services Government 16

17 17 OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Cincinnati MSA Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment a Employment Change Percent Change From From From From Jul Jun Jul Last Last Last Last 216 b 216 c 215 c Month Year Month Year Total Nonfarm 1,84.4 1,87.4 1, Total Private Goods-Producing (Private) Mining, Logging, and Construction Construction of Buildings Specialty Trade Contractors Manufacturing Durable Goods d Primary Metal Manufacturing Transportation Equipment Motor Vehicle Parts Nondurable Goods e Chemical Manufacturing Service-Providing (Private) Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Wholesale Trade Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Retail Trade Food and Beverage Stores Grocery Stores Health and Personal Care Stores Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores General Merchandise Stores Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Transportation and Warehousing Air Transportation Information Financial Activities Finance and Insurance Credit Intermediation and Related Activities Insurance Carriers and Related Activities Professional and Business Services Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services Management of Companies and Enterprises Administrative, Support and Waste Services Employment Services Services to Buildings and Dwellings Educational and Health Services Educational Services Health Care and Social Assistance Hospitals Leisure and Hospitality Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Accommodation and Food Services Other Services Government Federal Government State Government State Government Educational f Services Local Government Local Government Educational Services a See Technical Notes for concepts. b Preliminary. c Revised. d Includes wood products; nonmetallic mineral products; primary metals; fabricated metal products; machinery manufacturing; computer and electronic products; electrical equipment and appliance manufacturing; furniture and related products; miscellaneous manufacturing. e Includes food manufacturing; beverage and tobacco products; textile mills; textile product mills; apparel manufacturing; leather and allied products; paper manufacturing; printing and related support activities; petroleum and coal products; chemical manufacturing. f Includes state universities. Excludes the agricultural extension service.

18 Cincinnati Metropolitan Statistical Area OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Unemployment Rates 14. Recession Ohio U.S. Cincinnati MSA Percent Jan-6 Apr-6 Jul-6 Oct-6 Jan-7 Apr-7 Jul-7 Oct-7 Jan-8 Apr-8 Jul-8 Oct-8 Jan-9 Apr-9 Jul-9 Oct-9 Jan-1 Apr-1 Jul-1 Oct-1 Jan-11 Apr-11 Jul-11 Oct-11 Jan-12 Apr-12 Jul-12 Oct-12 Jan-13 Apr-13 Jul-13 Oct-13 Jan-14 Apr-14 Jul-14 Oct-14 Jan-15 Apr-15 Jul-15 Oct-15 Jan-16 Apr-16 Jul-16 Cincinnati MSA Over-the-Month Change Cincinnati MSA Over-the-Year Change 9 Mining, Logging, and Construction 1,1 Mining, Logging, and Construction 4 Manufacturing 7 Manufacturing -2,6 Trade, Transportation, and Utilities 3,5 Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Information 3 Information 5 Financial Activities 4,2 Financial Activities 6 Professional and Business Services -2,2 Professional and Business Services Educational and Health Services 2,4 Educational and Health Services -6 Leisure and Hospitality 7,4 Leisure and Hospitality 1 Other Services 1,3 Other Services -3 Federal Government -1 Federal Government -1 State Government 8 State Government -1,9 Local Government 8 Local Government -3, -2, -1, 1, 2, -4, -2, 2, 4, 6, 8, 1, 18

19 Cleveland-Elyria Metropolitan Statistical Area OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, and Medina Counties Over-the-Month Change: Nonfarm payroll employment in the Cleveland-Elyria metropolitan area totaled 1,73, in July 216, a decrease of 3,1 jobs from June. The goods-producing sector, at 156,8, decreased 2,4 in manufacturing (-1,3) and mining, logging, and construction (-1,1). Private service-providing employment, at 78,7, increased 2,6 as gains in leisure and hospitality (+1,1), professional and business services (+9), educational and health services (+8), and other services (+5) outweighed losses in trade, transportation, and utilities (-6) and financial activities (-1). Government employment, at 135,5, decreased 3,3 in local government. Federal and state government did not change from June. Over-the-Year Change: Nonagricultural wage and salary employment increased 2,8 from July 215 to July 216. Employment in goods-producing industries declined 6,5 in manufacturing (-6,) and mining, logging, and construction (-5). Private service-providing employment grew 22,1. Gains in leisure and hospitality (+11,3), educational and health services (+9,8), other services (+1,5), and trade, transportation, and utilities (+1,4) exceeded losses in financial activities (-8), professional and business services (-8), and information (-3). Government added 5,2 jobs in local (+4,7), federal (+3), and state (+2) government. Civilian Labor Force Total Employed Unemployed Unemployment Rate 1,86.7 1, % 26 1, ,94.8 1, % 27 1, ,85.1 1, % 28 1, , % 29 1, , % , % 211 1, , % 212 1, , % 213 1, , % 214 1, , % 215 1, , % June 1, , % July 1, , % August 1, , % September 1, , % October 1, , % November 1, , % December 1, Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment 1, % January 1, , % February 1, , % March 1, , % April 1, , % May 1, , % June 1, ,58.3 1, % July 1, Total Mfg. Trade, Transport., and Utilities Professional and Business Services Educational and Health Services Government 19

20 2 OHIO LABOR MARKET REVIEW JULY 216 Cleveland-Elyria MSA Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment a Employment Change Percent Change From From From From Jul Jun Jul Last Last Last Last 216 b 216 c 215 c Month Year Month Year Total Nonagricultural 1,73. 1,76.1 1, Total Private Goods-Producing (Private) Mining, Logging, and Construction Specialty Trade Contractors Manufacturing Durable Goods d Primary Metals Foundries Fabricated Metal Products Transportation Equipment Motor Vehicle Parts Nondurable Goods e Service-Providing (Private) Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Wholesale Trade Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Retail Trade Food and Beverage Stores Health and Personal Care Stores General Merchandise Stores Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Transportation and Warehousing Information Financial Activities Finance and Insurance Credit Intermediation and Related Activities Depository Credit Intermediation Insurance Carriers and Related Activities Insurance Carriers Professional and Business Services Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services Management of Companies and Enterprises Administrative, Support and Waste Services Administrative and Support Services Employment Services Educational and Health Services Educational Services Health Care and Social Assistance Hospitals Nursing and Residential Care Facilities Leisure and Hospitality Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Accommodation and Food Services Other Services Government Federal Government State Government State Government Educational f Services Local Government Local Government Educational Services a See Technical Notes for concepts. b Preliminary. c Revised. d Includes wood products; nonmetallic mineral products; primary metals; fabricated metal products; machinery manufacturing; computer and electronic products; electrical equipment and appliance manufacturing; furniture and related products; miscellaneous manufacturing. e Includes food manufacturing; beverage and tobacco products; textile mills; textile product mills; apparel manufacturing; leather and allied products; paper manufacturing; printing and related support activities; petroleum and coal products; chemical manufacturing. f Includes state universities. Excludes the agricultural extension service.

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