Oregon by the Numbers
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Our annual Oregon by the Numbers report features a detailed profile for each of Oregon’s 36 counties. Summaries of each measure of community well-being include county rankings and rural and urban comparisons when available. We provide quality data that decision-makers across all of Oregon’s diverse communities can use to take action.
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All 36 Oregon counties are considered child care deserts, which means for every regulated child care slot, there are at least three children who might fill it. As a result, many families across Oregon cannot find care for their children.
Five-year high school graduation rate
High school graduation rate indicates a community’s well-being as well as the skill of its workforce. Over the last few decades, the gap in wages between those with a high school diploma and those without one has provided strong incentive for students to complete high school. Still, across Oregon, a significant group of students require more time to graduate.
County profiles highlight data for all of Oregon’s 36 counties. From population demographics to data about households experiencing financial hardship to top employment industries, county profile pages give readers an at-a-glance, visual way to learn about their county.