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  • TO STRENGTHEN OHIOS FAMILIES WITH SOLUTIONS TO TEMPORARY CHALLENGES

    Employment Projections

    2024 Ohio Job Outlook

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    106.7%

    127.8%

    80%

    85%

    90%

    95%

    100%

    105%

    110%

    115%

    120%

    125%

    130%

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    67.1

    62.3

    73.9

    67.7

    60.9

    57.2

    50

    55

    60

    65

    70

    75

    80

    2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

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    3

    4

    5

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    6

    974,570 960,140

    4,377,020

    4,675,400

    0

    500,000

    1,000,000

    1,500,000

    2,000,000

    2,500,000

    3,000,000

    3,500,000

    4,000,000

    4,500,000

    5,000,000

    5,500,000

    2014 2024

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    -28,210

    -9,430

    -590

    23,820

    -8,800

    -5,500

    -3,150

    2,880

    4,710

    5,350

    6,690

    7,080

    9,540

    10,760

    15,830

    23,650

    25,770

    26,830

    28,620

    148,130

    -50,000 0 50,000 100,000 150,000

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    24.8%

    26.0%

    27.3%

    37.5%

    39.1%

    42.7%

    46.5%

    47.2%

    47.9%

    58.7%

    0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70%

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    9,700

    12,570

    13,370

    13,490

    16,740

    17,170

    17,820

    18,480

    22,890

    36,010

    0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 40,000

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    https://jobseeker.ohiomeansjobs.monster.com/

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    -7.2%

    -2.7%

    1.2%

    1.7%

    1.9%

    2.4%

    2.9%

    3.7%

    4.4%

    4.8%

    4.8%

    5.8%

    5.9%

    6.3%

    6.5%

    7.1%

    8.0%

    8.7%

    9.0%

    12.8%

    15.2%

    25.4%

    -10.0% -5.0% 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% 30.0%

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    -13,520

    -990

    1,510

    1,580

    2,010

    2,430

    4,100

    6,970

    7,580

    9,110

    9,740

    12,570

    14,220

    15,920

    16,890

    17,560

    17,740

    17,960

    18,940

    30,850

    52,710

    54,340

    -20,000 -10,000 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000

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    Occupational Title

    Annual

    Openings

    Median Wage*,

    May 15

    Comb. Food Prep. & Serv. Work, inc. Fast Food (SOC 35-3021) 6,920 $8.94

    Retail Salespersons (SOC 41-2031) 6,002 $9.92

    Cashiers (SOC 41-2011) 4,960 $9.13

    Registered Nurses (SOC 29-1141) 4,833 $29.46

    Home Health Aides (SOC 31-1011) 4,476 $9.83

    Waiters and Waitresses (SOC 35-3031) 4,267 $8.97

    Laborers/Freight/Stock/Material Movers, Hand (SOC 53-7062) 3,613 $11.72

    Nursing Assistants (SOC 31-1014) 2,711 $11.61

    Stock Clerks and Order Fillers (SOC 43-5081) 2,616 $11.25

    Office Clerks, General (SOC 43-9061) 2,495 $13.75

    *Average wage dollar amount per hour.

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    Percent

    2014 Self- Self-

    Occupational Title Employment Employed Employed*

    Door-to-Door Sales Workers, News/Street Vendors, & Related Workers (SOC 41-9091) 1,500 1,310 87.3%

    Writers and Authors (SOC 27-3043) 3,460 2,280 65.9%

    Photographers (SOC 27-4021) 5,950 3,600 60.5%

    Managers, All Other (SOC 11-9199) 29,190 17,520 60.0%

    Art Directors (SOC 27-1011) 2,170 1,180 54.4%

    Real Estate Sales Agents (SOC 41-9022) 8,430 4,430 52.6%

    1,500,920

    2,137,250

    125,980

    375,390

    131,860

    1,146,720

    85,720

    141,150

    0 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 2,500,000

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    94,200

    45,950

    -890

    42,580

    11,440

    82,010

    10,430

    14,530

    -20,000 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000

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    56,208

    53,753

    2,376

    12,676

    4,104

    33,488

    2,938

    4,400

    0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000

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    http://stats.bls.gov/emp/ep_replacements.htm

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    MINING & LOGGING (NAICS 11, 21) Mining and support activities, oil and gas extraction, cutting and transporting timber

    CONSTRUCTION (NAICS 23) Construction of buildings; heavy and civil engineering (bridges, roads); and specialty

    trade contractors (pouring concrete, site preparation, plumbing, painting, and electrical

    work)

    MANUFACTURING (NAICS 31-33)

    Durable Goods Nonmetal and metal products, machinery, computers and electronics, appliances,

    transportation equipment, furniture, medical, and wood products

    Non-durable Goods Food, printing, chemicals (toiletries), plastics, textiles, paper, apparel, leather,

    petroleum, and coal products

    TRADE, TRANSPORTATION , and UTILITIES (NAICS 22, 42, 48)

    Wholesale Trade Wholesalers of durable and nondurable goods, business to business electronic

    markets, and sales representatives

    Retail Trade Auto dealers, building and garden supply centers, furniture, electronic, appliance, food,

    health, gasoline, clothing, sporting, hobby, book, and music stores

    Transportation, Warehousing & Utilities Transportation (air, rail, water, truck, transit, pipeline, scenic, and sightseeing); private

    postal services, couriers, warehousing, and storage; utilities (power, natural gas

    distribution, water, and sewage)

    INFORMATION (NAICS 51) Publishing, motion picture, sound recording, broadcasting, phone services, data

    processing and hosting, news, libraries, and internet

    FINANCIAL ACTIVITIES (NAICS 52, 53)

    Finance and Insurance Banks, securities, insurance, funds, and trusts

    Real Estate, Rental, & Leasing Real estate agents; rental and leasing of automobiles, consumer goods, and machinery

    PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS SERVICES (NAICS 54, 55, 56)

    Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services Legal services, accounting, bookkeeping, architectural, engineering, design, computer

    system design, scientific research, advertising, marketing, photography, translation, and

    veterinary

    Management of Companies and Enterprises Holding companies, corporate offices, and management offices

    Admin. Support & Waste Mgmt. Services Administrative management (hotel management) and facilities support; employment

    placement, executive search, temporary help, and professional employer organizations;

    document preparation, telephone call centers, collection agencies, travel arrangement,

    security, pest control, janitorial, landscaping, carpet cleaning, packing and labeling,

    trade show organizer, and auctioneers

    EDUCATIONAL & HEALTH SERVICES (NAICS 61, 62)

    Educational Services Schools and universities and support services for education (college selection, test

    preparation, and guidance counseling)

    Health Care & Social Assistance Ambulatory health, hospitals, nursing and residential care, and social assistance (care

    for children, elderly, and disabled, emergency relief, vocational and rehabilitation

    services)

    LEISURE & HOSPITALITY (NAICS 71, 72)

    Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation Performing arts, spectator sports, museums, historical sites, zoos, parks, amusement,

    and gambling

    Accommodation & Food Services Hotels, RV parks, food, and drinking places

    OTHER SERVICES (NAICS 81) Repair (autos, electronics, machinery, and appliances); personal (hair, nail, skin, weight

    reduction, and tattoos); funeral homes; dry-cleaning and laundry services; pet care,

    parking lots, astrology, coin machines, dating, escort, future telling, life coaching, and

    personal fitness trainer; associations (churches, grant making, social advocacy,and

    unions)

    Federal Government Civilian federal employees including the U.S. Postal Service

    State Government Excludes state universities and hospitals

    Local Government Excludes local schools, community colleges, and local hospitals; township, city, and

    county employees such as fire fighters and park rangers

    Appendix Table A

    Ohio Business Types by Industry Sector

    GOODS-PRODUCING (PRIVATE)

    SERVICE-PROVIDING (PRIVATE)

    GOVERNMENT (PUBLIC)

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    2014 2024 Change in Percent

    Annual Projected Employment Change

    Industry Title Employment Employment 2014-2024 2014-2024

    Total 5,644,600 5,944,800 300,200 5.3%

    Goods-Producing Industries 974,570 960,160 -14,410 -1.5%

    Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting 90,090 80,660 -9,430 -10.5%

    Mining 14,460 13,870 -590 -4.1%

    Construction 195,760 219,580 23,820 12.2%

    Manufacturing 674,260 646,050 -28,210 -4.2%

    Service-Providing Industries 4,377,030 4,675,420 298,390 6.8%

    Wholesale Trade 232,380 243,140 10,760 4.6%

    Retail T rade 566,270 582,100 15,830 2.8%

    Transportation and Warehousing 178,460 185,150 6,690 3.7%

    Utilities 18,220 15,070 -3,150 -17.3%

    Information 72,650 67,150 -5,500 -7.6%

    Finance and Insurance 224,390 233,930 9,540 4.3%

    Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 61,110 63,990 2,880 4.7%

    Professional and Technical Services 248,420 277,040 28,620 11.5%

    Management of Companies and Enterprises 138,000 143,350 5,350 3.9%

    Administrative and Waste Services 322,710 349,540 26,830 8.3%

    Educational Services 423,460 447,110 23,650 5.6%

    Health Care and Social Assistance 791,700 939,830 148,130 18.7%

    Arts, Entertainment and Recreation 75,200 79,910 4,710 6.3%

    Accommodation and Food Services 451,190 4

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