For the month of June, the Oklahoma City MSA saw an unemployment rate of 3.2 percent.
For the month of May, the Oklahoma City MSA saw an unemployment rate of 2.9 percent.
350 new licensed insurance and customer care associate positions will support our local economy.
The 100 new jobs at Pratt & Whitney are likely the beginning of aviation-related announcements in 2019 and into 2020.
For the month of April, the Greater Oklahoma City MSA had the sixth-lowest unemployment rate among major U.S. metros at 2.6 percent. That was down from 3.0 percent in March.
When SYNQ3 Restaurant Solutions opened their Oklahoma City branch in October 2018, the CEO, Steve Bigari, projected that the company would hire 300 OKC-based telecommute employees in 2019.
For the month of March, the unemployment rate in the Oklahoma City MSA fell to 3.0 percent. This represents the 5th-lowest unemployment rate in country among major metros.