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Talent - regional trends

This table provides information about labor supply and demand conditions in North Carolina’s eight regions (“Prosperity Zones”) and the statewide total. This table depicts aggregate labor market conditions; data on particular occupations are not available on this table.

These data can be used to track labor market conditions over time. A low supply/demand rate indicates a “tight” labor market—with few jobseekers per job opening—while a high supply/demand rate indicates a “slack” labor market. A tight labor market presents opportunities for jobseekers, but can lead to challenges for employers looking to hire.

Updated data are released on an annual basis, and historical data are subject to revision on an annual basis to accommodate methodology improvements and revisions to the underlying data inputs.

Technical details about methodology can be found here.

Data sources:

Labor supply: LEAD analysis of data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (Local Area Unemployment Statistics)

Labor demand: LEAD analysis of data from the Conference Board© and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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