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How the Oklahoma Economy Is Performing After the “Great Recession”. The Little Engine That Could?. Dave Shideler March 23, 2011 Department of Agricultural Economics Current Issues Webinar Oklahoma State University. Retail Sales in Oklahoma: Metro and Nonmetro Areas. Source: Origins.

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How the oklahoma economy is performing after the great recession

How the Oklahoma Economy Is Performing After the “Great Recession”

The Little Engine That Could?

Dave Shideler

March 23, 2011

Department of Agricultural Economics Current Issues Webinar

Oklahoma State University


Retail sales in oklahoma metro and nonmetro areas
Retail Sales in Oklahoma: Metro and Recession”Nonmetro Areas

Source: Origins


Percent change in retail sales february 2010 february 2011
Percent Change in Retail Sales: Recession”February 2010 – February 2011


State metro and nonmetro unemployment rates
State, Metro, and Recession”Nonmetro Unemployment Rates

SOURCE: Bureau of Labor Statistics, March 21, 2011; http://data.bls.gov/PDQ/outside.jsp?survey=la; unemployment rates are not seasonally adjusted


County unemployment rates
County Unemployment Rates Recession”

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, March 21, 2011 http://data.bls.gov/map/servlet/map


Percent change in unemployment january 2010 january 2011
Percent Change in Unemployment, January 2010 – January 2011

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, March 21, 2011 http://data.bls.gov/map/servlet/map


Percentage employment growth january 2010 january 2011
Percentage Employment Growth 2011January 2010 – January 2011

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, March 21, 2011 http://data.bls.gov/map/servlet/map




Employment gains and losses
Employment Gains and Losses 2011

Source: Compiled from OESC Economic Research and Analysis, “Oklahoma Employment Report”, January 2011



Questions
Questions? 2011

Dave Shideler

(405) 744-6170

dave.shideler@okstate.edu

http://rd.okstate.edu