State Workforce Data
Effective collection and analysis of education, workforce and economic data is essential to Oklahoma's ability to decrease the skills gap, improve service delivery, track progress toward achieving strategic goals, and generate wealth for all Oklahomans.
Oklahoma’s modified Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Unified Strategic Four-year State Workforce Development Plan (April 1, 2016-June 30, 2020). Last updated: April 2, 2018.
Oklahoma has identified five driver economic systems and four complementary ecosystem. Together, these ecosystems drive wealth generation and continued economic growth.
Critical occupations for Oklahoma's continued growth and economic prosperity.
Oklahoma is focused on increasing education and training attainment to close the skills gap.
Data reports describing state and local populations, skills gaps, employment, industry sectors, earnings and occupational needs of state and local workforce development areas.
Explore occupations in Oklahoma's ecosystems in which data project skills gaps.
Learn about strategies needing to be implemented to increase degrees, certificates and credentials among Oklahoma's workforce.
An interactive tool designed to visualize data and patterns related to workforce, education, and training opportunities in Oklahoma.
Survey of student veterans to better understand obstacles military and veteran students face when accessing benefits or attending college.
The nursing workforce constitutes a large percentage of the health workforce in Oklahoma. This report explores what's needed to secure its future.
Explore the projected growth in the supply of, and the demand for, talent in Oklahoma over the next ten years. The report focuses on high-demand, high-growth jobs and the career pathways that offer family sustaining wages and wealth generation for Oklahomans.