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  • Welcome to PRISM -- Oregon's Workforce Reporting System
    Alt Tag for PRISM logo Agencies Partnering for Workforce Productivity
    The Performance Reporting Information System (PRISM) was established to collect, analyze, and report on:

    Workforce development services,
    Customers receiving these services, and
    Employment outcomes after receiving services.

    Three agencies, representing six programs participate in PRISM. The three agencies include Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development, Department of Human Services, and the Employment Department.
WorkSource Oregon PRISM
Latest Economic Information
Unemployment Rate, February 2014
Not Seasonally Adjusted - 7.8%
Seasonally Adjusted - 6.9%
A Careful Analysis of Oregon's Middle-Skill Jobs 
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Middle-skill jobs are important to Oregon's economy. But how do they compare to low- and high-skill jobs?  
Oregon had 32,300 Job Vacancies 
Oregon's private employers had approximately 32,300 job vacancies during fall 2013, according to a recent job vacancy survey by the Oregon Employment Department.
Oregon's Falling Labor Force Participation 
Oregon's LFPR has shown sharp declines since 2009. The story of declining labor force participation rates is not unique to Oregon.
National and Regional News
CCI - a leading indicator for employment rate
Recent Performance
Consumer Confidence Index - 82.3, up 4 points
Employment Rate - 72.3%, up 0.9 points 
Trends trends
Employment, retention, or wage gain performance beginning July 1, 2000. 
Employment          
 
Results & Trends
Employment Outcomes for Workers With Disabilities 
The Workforce System - A Partnership
The workforce agencies partner to provide training and employment services to assist individuals to find and keep jobs. This matrix show the percentage of the customers from one agency that are also served by another agency.
Industry and Region Data