Ohio Department of Job and Family Services

Central Ohio's unemployment rate is now 4.4 percent, down by a tenth of a point from February.

Central Ohio's jobless rate fell two-tenths of a point in February as compared with January.

Ohio's unemployment rate for February is 4.9 percent, unchanged from January.

The state says the unemployment rate in all 88 counties rose in January due to the end of holiday seasonal jobs and a winter slowdown in construction.

Ohio's unemployment rate for January is 4.9 percent, an increase of one-tenth of a point from December.

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services says the unemployment rate for the central Ohio region held steady in December at 3.9 percent.

Ohio's unemployment rate for December is 4.7 percent, an increase of two-tenths of a point from November.

State officials say the number of claims for unemployment insurance benefits last year were the lowest since 1973.

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services says Cleveland had the lowest unemployment rate of any major metro area in the state last month.

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services says child support payments are being collected at a rate not seen since before the Great Recession. 

Ohio's unemployment rate is now 4.5 percent.

A new report shows some Ohioans are going hungry because they can’t meet the work requirements of the food stamp program. 

The unemployment rate in Columbus and central Ohio fell by six-tenths of a point to 3.6 percent in August.

Ohio's unemployment rate fell three-tenths of a point to 4.7 percent in August, the lowest level since September 2001. 

Ohio's unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level since 2001.

Ohio authorities say they have seized $2 million in unpaid child support from jackpot winners at the state's casinos and racinos in the past 11 months. 

Central Ohio's unemployment rate for June is 4.2 percent, an increase of two-tenths of a point from May.

The state plans to offer help to victims of human trafficking faster, including drug treatment programs and shelter options. 

Ohio's unemployment rate for June is 5.2 percent, unchanged from the previous two months.

Newly released data shows Ohio's unemployment rate for May is 5.2 percent, unchanged from April.

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