Study: Ohio Remains Fourth For Job Cuts

Jan 8, 2018


Ohio is still ranked fourth in the nation with the highest amount of job cuts, according to the executive firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas. 

Spokesperson Andrew Challenger says Ohio has lost more than 25 thousand jobs since the beginning of 2017, including more than 600 in December alone.

Challenger isn't sure what 2018 will bring.

Challenger blames the job losses on cost-cutting, company restructuring and store closings.