Artist Rod Sounik talks about the spontaneity of glass blowing and shaping.
The report from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services lists an October jobless rate of 6.9 percent, down from 7 percent in September and 7.2 percent in August.
Two separate surveys released Friday painted differing pictures of Ohio’s jobs front.
A manager at a Columbus jobs center says an increasing number of employers are asking for workers, sometimes dozens at a time and requesting they be on the job as soon as the next day.
The latest monthly jobs report from the state says Columbus’ unemployment fell to 6 percent in August. That’s a half-percent lower than July and more than a full percent below the statewide average.
Two Ohio political experts offer opinions on whether the final jobs report before the start of early voting will sway voters.
In a Mansfield rally, the GOP presidential nominee targeted the President’s economic record. The President’s re-election campaign says Mr. Obama’s policies have aided Ohio’s recovery.
On this Labor Day, Ohio’s unemployment rate is at a three year low. But a progressive leaning think tank also notes just over 64 percent of Ohioans are in the workforce – the lowest point since 1985 – and the median wage in Ohio has been falling for the past two years.
An analysis by the non-profit Conference Board shows Central Ohio had nearly 8,000 more online jobs ads than during the same time in 2011.
New figures released Friday show Ohio’s unemployment rate ticked dow for an 11th straight month in June.
The latest figures from the Department of Job and Family Services show a June jobless rate of 7.2 percent, that’s down from 7.3 percent in May.
The latest jobs report shows Delaware, Union and Franklin counties outperforming much of the state, while counties in southern and southeast Ohio continue to struggle.