“The word recycle has grown to mean many different things today,” said Ron Moe Executive Director at REACH Inc. “It’s grown here at REACH, we dedicate ourselves to the reusability and recycling of the Klamath Basins reusable items.”Read More
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was little changed in the past month. The rate was 7.3 percent in March and 7.4 percent in February. The rate remains up from this time last year when it was 6.3 percent.
Klamath County added 100 jobs in March, typical hiring for this time of year.Read More
In October, Oregon’s nonfarm payroll employment grew by 4,600 jobs, following a revised gain of 4,700 jobs in September. Monthly gains in October were widespread, with nine of the top 13 industries adding jobs, led by professional and business services (+1,500 jobs); wholesale trade (+1,000 jobs); and government (+1,000 jobs). Only two major industries cut jobs substantially in October: private educational services (-800 jobs) and financial activities (-900 jobs).Read More
The employment situation in Klamath and Lake counties was largely unchanged over the past several months. Unemployment rates remained stable with Klamath County posting strong job growth over the past year.Read More
Revisions using payroll tax records revealed a more rosy employment situation in both Klamath and Lake counties. The region posted strong job growth over the past year; in fact, the rate of job growth in both counties was amongst the fastest of non-metro counties in the state.Read More