Ohio's unemployment rate was 5.1 percent in February, unchanged from the previous two months.
Governor John Kasich is finding reason to celebrate the latest job numbers in Ohio.
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 fell in December to 4.8 percent, its lowest since September 2001 and the fourth consecutive monthly decrease.
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.
Ohio's unemployment rate for August is 5.7 percent, unchanged from July.
The Labor Department says Ohio led the nation in job losses last month.
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.
Students looking for summer jobs are being blamed for an increase in central Ohio's unemployment rate.
Ohio's unemployment rate dropped again in May.
Central Ohio's unemployment rate is now at a seven-year low.
Columbus 2020 reports the region's unemployment rate fell nearly a full-percentage point this winter, to four-point-nine-percent.
Ohio's unemployment rate has dropped to the lowest level in more than 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 is now 7.2 percent.
The jobless rate in central Ohio was 6.1 percent last month, unchanged from October.
Ohio's unemployment rate was 7.4 percent in November, down a tenth of a percentage point from October, but six tenths of a point above the seasonally adjusted jobless rate in November of last year.