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If congress does not extend federal support, many unemployed Ohioans will lose benefits. Ohio's UC system is already weak and smaller share of UC applicats receive benefit.Year: 2007•State: Ohio•Type: Fact Sheet or Infograph•Source: Policy Matters Ohio•Policy: Compensation
Ohio's requirement for unemployment compensation is tough. Other than Ohio, only Michigan has the same tough qulification. Workers are not eligible for UC if they don't average $230 a week.Year: 2013•State: Ohio•Type: Fact Sheet or Infograph•Source: Policy Matters Ohio•Policy: Compensation
Women are an essential part of Ohio workforce. The rising wages for women account for 47 percent of the reduction in the pay gap and consistently less than that for men. More women attend college than ever before. Less quantifiable reasons for the gender wage gap are hisring, promotion, and negotaition practices. To protect the rights for women, the state can set minimum wage, unionization, and provide stronger works supports.Year: 2017•State: Ohio•Type: Fact Sheet or Infograph•Source: Policy Matters Ohio•Policy: Sex and Gender, Employment, Economic Equality
Ohio productivity is growing but labor force participation is low and unemployment rate is improving slowly. Wages remain stuck and education has been improved. Ohio government jobs is lost and inequality is increasing.Year: 2014•State: Ohio•Type: Fact Sheet or Infograph•Source: Policy Matters Ohio•Policy: Employment