OHIO JOBS JOBS, AWE: Jobseekers report unemployment rate rises to 4.7%

Job seekers in Ohio have posted a 4.5% unemployment rate for the month of August, according to the Ohio Employment Security Agency (OEIS).

Unemployment has been rising in Ohio for several months now.

The unemployment rate in August was 4.4%, which was unchanged from the previous month.

Ohio was one of four states to post a monthly unemployment rate of 4.3% or above.

The other states are Florida, Michigan and Ohio.

The national unemployment rate is currently 4.8%, with a range of 4% to 5%.

Ohio unemployment has been one of the fastest growing states in the country in recent years, with jobless job growth reaching 20.4% in June, up from 14.5%, in May.

The Ohio unemployment rate has been climbing at a faster rate than any other state in the US.

In fact, Ohio has the third-fastest job growth rate in the nation, behind only Georgia and New Jersey.

But that growth has been slower than expected, with the state losing more than 10,000 jobs in 2016.

According to data released by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the unemployment rate nationally increased by 0.4 percentage points from June 2016 to August 2017, the third straight month that the rate increased.

This was a record high rate of increase.

The US unemployment rate declined by 0% in August.

Jobless jobless growth was 2.3 million, which was a 0.1 percentage point decline from the month before.

The state has lost about 16,000 workers since February 2017, according the BLS.

However, there is still a lot of work to do to reverse the job losses.

Ohio has not been able to recover from the economic downturn that has gripped the state.

The BLS reported that Ohio lost more than 8,300 manufacturing jobs between March and July.

Those jobs accounted for about 9.3 percent of the state’s total jobs lost in the same time period.

A significant number of those jobs were lost due to automation and other technology changes, and this has been a major issue for the state as well.

Many companies have relocated their operations overseas to avoid paying their workers.

This has created a vicious circle for workers who are trying to get back to the US after being laid off, said Brian Riggs, chief economist with the Ohio Economic Policy Institute (OEIP).

Riggs explained that the jobs lost are directly linked to the downturn.

When the economy is weak, companies move jobs overseas, but if the economy starts growing again, the jobs created in the region are lost.

Ohio also lost manufacturing jobs because the state lost more manufacturing jobs to other states in 2018 than it lost in 2019, according.

These job losses are directly related to the economic crisis in the state, said Riggs.

Unemployment is not the only problem that Ohio has experienced.

The number of people living in poverty in the State has risen by more than 50,000 since the beginning of the recession.

While the rate of poverty has decreased in the past few years, the number of Ohioans living in severe poverty increased by more in the second quarter of 2019 than the previous quarter.

Riggs said that Ohio is struggling to find a way to get through the economic recession.

Unemployment, on the other hand, is a major factor that can keep families apart, and it can be a difficult and frustrating time to go to work.

The job market is still in its early stages, and the government continues to work on getting back to full employment, said Daniel Smith, president of Ohio JobsOhio.

“There are still a whole lot of people out there who can’t find work.

We have a job market that is very, very fragile,” Smith said.

The latest figures from the Ohio Bureau of Economic and Community Development (BEED) show that the state has recorded a net loss of 2,664,000 private-sector jobs since the start of the Great Recession in late 2009.

These were the first months that jobs started to disappear, with many of the losses occurring in the public sector, as well as in manufacturing and the healthcare and education sectors.

The BEED reported that there were 2.9 million more people working in the private sector in the first quarter of 2020 than in the third quarter of 2017.

Unemployment rates in the Ohio economy have been rising since at least the mid-1980s.

The economy is still recovering from the recession, but some people have been losing their jobs while others are seeing job growth.

Some of the job gains that have taken place since the recession have been due to technology.

In the years following the recession of 2008, technology became a big issue in the unemployment and job growth debate.

The IT industry had long been a magnet for people looking for work, with its highly skilled workforce.

Now, however, technology has become a major barrier to job growth in the United

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