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Labor Market Performance in Ohio, 2001-2004: Ohio Lags Behind the Nation


September 2004, John Schmitt

This report finds that, from March 2001 through the summer of 2004, Ohio saw a greater loss in jobs, a higher increase in unemployment, a bigger decline in the share of the working-age population in jobs, and a bigger increase in the loss of “long-tenure” jobs, than the economy as a whole.

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