The Oregon Employment Department has posted some interesting numbers regarding the employment of Oregonians in the private sector.
It shows that in January, the state saw the largest growth in private sector employment since May 2017.
According to the Oregon Department of Labor, in January 2017, the number of private sector jobs grew by 12.2 percent from the same month of 2017.
That was the largest increase in private employment in the state since the start of the recession in September 2017.
In addition, the Oregon unemployment rate increased from 5.9 percent to 6.4 percent in January of 2018.
In 2017, Oregon had the second highest unemployment rate in the country.
Since the beginning of the downturn, the unemployment rate has declined significantly, from 6.9 in the third quarter of 2017 to 5.6 in January 2018.
The Oregon labor market has remained strong despite the unemployment crisis, and the state has continued to grow the number and size of its private sector employers, with an average of more than 4,300 new private sector job openings every month.
The Oregon unemployment unemployment rate was 5.7 percent in February of 2018, which was the second lowest unemployment rate among states in February 2018.
While the state’s unemployment rate is still lower than the national average, it is still below the national rate of 8.4.
The numbers show that Oregon is on track to see an average growth of 5,500 jobs per month through 2026.
That is significantly higher than the state average, which is currently 4,700 jobs per week.
According to the Department of Economic and Community Development, the private-sector employment in Oregon has grown at a pace of about 1,500 per month over the past four years.
Oregon’s private-partnership employment has increased by about 20 percent annually.
According the Oregon Employment Dept., this growth has been fueled by Oregon’s continued transition to a low-carbon economy and the increase in the number, size and types of private firms that are expanding in the industry.