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Columbus, Ohio Unemployment

The BLS reported that the unemployment rate for Columbus fell 0.7 percentage points in August 2021 to 4.5%. For the same month, the metro unemployment rate was 0.9 percentage points lower than the Ohio rate. The unemployment rate in Columbus peaked in April 2020 at 13.5% and is now 9.0 percentage points lower. From a post peak low of 4.1% in December 2020, the unemployment rate has now grown by 0.4 percentage points. You can also compare Columbus unemployment with unemployment in other cities.

Unemployment RateAugust 2021Month/MonthYear/Year
National5.2%-0.2-3.2
Ohio5.4%0.0-3.6
Columbus4.5%-0.7-3.9
Note:Metro level data is now seasonally adjusted.1All comparisons are made with August 2021 data as September metro level unemployment data has not yet been released.

Unemployment Rate: Columbus, Ohio, National

Columbus, Ohio monthly unemployment rate chart

Note: Recessions shown in gray.

Columbus, Ohio Unemployed

The number of people unemployed in Columbus peaked in April 2020 at 140,987. There are now 92,116 fewer people unemployed in the metropolitan area. From a recent trough of 45,098 in December 2020, the number of unemployed has now grown by 3,773. Columbus employment and jobs data (including jobs lost/gained in Columbus, Ohio) is also available.

Unemployed PersonsAugust 2021Month/MonthYear/Year
Columbus48,871-6,325-46,194

Number of Unemployed Persons

Columbus, Ohio Unemployment History

DateNational
Unemployment Rate
Ohio
Unemployment Rate
Columbus
Unemployment Rate
Columbus
Unemployed
September
2021
4.8%
August
2021
5.2%5.4%4.5%48,871
July
2021
5.4%5.4%5.2%55,196
June
2021
5.9%5.2%5.1%54,073
May
2021
5.8%5.0%5.0%52,567
April
2021
6.1%4.7%4.6%51,929
March
2021
6.0%4.7%4.5%50,759
February
2021
6.2%5.0%4.4%48,963
January
2021
6.3%5.3%4.2%46,466
December
2020
6.7%5.6%4.1%45,098
November
2020
6.7%5.6%4.3%47,512
October
2020
6.9%5.6%4.6%50,281

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Unemployment by State
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Columbus, OH

Data SeriesBack
Data
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2021
Apr
2021
May
2021
June
2021
July
2021
Aug
2021

Labor Force Data

Civilian Labor Force

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1,121.31,115.91,060.01,084.31,097.41,102.3

Employment

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1,065.61,065.21,009.71,022.31,037.81,050.9

Unemployment

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55.750.750.362.059.751.4

Unemployment Rate

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5.04.54.75.75.44.7

Nonfarm Wage and Salary Employment

Total Nonfarm

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1,072.41,073.81,076.01,090.11,096.11,089.2

12-month % change

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-2.611.66.94.63.92.6

Mining, Logging, and Construction

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45.046.347.346.246.948.1

12-month % change

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4.416.09.72.73.86.2

Manufacturing

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73.572.171.672.872.371.5

12-month % change

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1.513.57.54.13.12.0

Trade, Transportation, and Utilities

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216.6217.2214.7218.9221.9220.4

12-month % change

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1.014.14.52.82.91.5

Information

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14.814.814.714.814.814.9

12-month % change

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-9.2-2.0-2.6-1.3-0.7-1.3

Financial Activities

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86.486.486.187.087.286.2

12-month % change

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0.52.72.02.41.80.6

Professional and Business Services

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175.5173.1173.7176.2179.1178.6

12-month % change

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-1.16.34.12.93.52.2

Education and Health Services

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158.1158.7158.8158.3158.1154.1

12-month % change

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-3.611.38.75.53.60.0

Leisure and Hospitality

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84.286.289.897.9100.399.6

12-month % change

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-19.353.730.113.412.110.3

Other Services

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38.738.338.839.639.839.8

12-month % change

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-4.229.818.310.96.45.9

Government

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179.6180.7180.5178.4175.7176.0

12-month % change

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-1.51.61.94.43.12.5

Data extracted on: October 14, 2021

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Note: More data series, including additional geographic areas, are available through the "Databases & Tables" tab at the top of this page.

 

Geographically based survey data available from BLS:

Employment & Unemployment

Prices & Living Conditions

Compensation & Working Conditions

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3 Columbus-area counties have unemployment rates among the lowest in Ohio

The unemployment rate for Greater Columbus was 4.7% in August.

Three Columbus region counties — Delaware, Madison and Union — were among 10 counties in Ohio with unemployment rates at or below 4% in August, according to state employment data released Tuesday.

Union had the lowest rate in the region at 3.7% followed by 3.8% in Delaware and 3.9% in Madison County.

Columbus had the second lowest unemployment rate among the state's metro areas in August with a rate of 4.7% in August, down from 5.4% in July. Cincinnati had the lowest rate at 4.4%.

The unemployment rate for the city of Columbus was 5.2%. The unemployment rate for the city has been running higher than for the metro area since the pandemic started.

The rate for Franklin County was 4.9% in August.

Despite the lower unemployment rate in August, the region lost 6,900 jobs during the month.

The sector that covers private education and health care lost 4,000 jobs in August and the trade, transportation and utilities sector gave up 1,500 jobs. The finance sector cut 1,000 jobs.

The unemployment report is made up of two surveys, one of households and one of employers, and at times they show results that seem to be inconsistent.

The household survey showed the number of people in the region with a job grew by 23,100 during the month, and that's what pushed down the unemployment rate last month.

The unemployment rates for other counties in the region showed Licking County's rate was 4.3%, followed by 4.4% for Fairfield County and 4.5% in Pickaway County.

The rate was 4.7% for Hocking and Morrow counties.

Perry County had the highest rate in the region at 5.4%.

Holmes County in northeast Ohio had the lowest unemployment rate among Ohio's 88 counties at 3.2%, while Jefferson County in eastern Ohio and Meigs County in the southeast part of the state had the highest rate at 7.1%.

In all, rates fell in 86 counties of Ohio's 88 counties and increased in two counties.

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