Ohio's unemployment rate was 5.1 percent in February, unchanged from the previous two months.
Ohio's unemployment rate was 5.1 percent in January, matching the revised rate for December.
State officials say central Ohio’s unemployment rate held steady at 3.7 percent in December, a 13-year low.
Ohio’s unemployment rate for November is 5 percent, down three-tenths of a point from October.
Ohio's unemployment rate for October is 5.3 percent, down by three-tenths of a point from September.
The state’s cash welfare program has sent out half as many checks to Ohio families than it did three and a half years ago.
The state has created a new website aimed at helping Ohioans with disabilities find jobs and work-related resources.
Ohio's unemployment rate for August is 5.7 percent, unchanged from July.
Legal advocates for the poor have filed a civil rights complaint with the federal government over Ohio's move to waive work requirements for food stamp beneficiaries in certain counties while enforcing them in most.
Ohio's unemployment rate for July rose slightly from the previous month.
Ohio's unemployment rate for June was 5.5 percent, unchanged from the previous month.
The Ohio Court of Claims has awarded a government services firm 1.3 million dollars after the state canceled its contract with 99 percent of the work completed.
The state says it's delaying the enforcement of new regulations that require Ohioans to do more to get unemployment insurance benefits.
There are some new rules Ohioans must follow in order to receive their unemployment insurance benefits.
Central Ohio's unemployment rate is now at a seven-year low.
Ohio's unemployment rate has dropped to the lowest level in more than six years.
The state has launched a website designed to make it easier to report cases of suspected fraud in Medicaid, food assistance programs and other social services.
Ohio's unemployment rate dropped by four-tenths of a percent in March to the lowest level in six years.
The state’s unemployment rate dropped in the last month, and is now below the national average. But not everyone is looking at jobs numbers in the same way.
Ohio's official unemployment rate fell by 3-tenths of a point in January to 6.9 percent.