OCPP Home|Contact Us|
Home|Menu|Contact Us|Support OCPP
Because Facts Matter

Stay Informed

Sign up for OCPP's email updates to get the latest analyses, reports and news.

Email Updates Archive


Support OCPP

Make a tax-deductible contribution. Donate

SharePrint

A View of the State of Working Oregon


A View of the State of Working Oregon is a series of occasional OCPP fact sheets published to help explain Oregon’s economy from the perspective of working families.

On the Oregon Economy

If Economic Growth Assured Well-Being, Oregonians Would be Thriving, December 14, 2011

On Income Inequality

Economic Gains Flow to the Top as Oregon Income Inequality Soars, July 19, 2012

On Poverty

A Graphic View of Poverty in Oregon, September 19, 2013

Working But Still Poor, June 27, 2013

On the Job Market

No Recovery for the Unemployed: Long-term unemployment remains especially high, December 19, 2013

A Long Road Ahead for Oregon Workers, August 26, 2013

On Economic Inequality by Race and Ethnicity

A Dream Deferred: Poverty and Median Household Income in Oregon by Race and Ethnicity, January 18, 2013

On Health Coverage

Images of Progress in Oregon Health Coverage, February 7, 2013


See prior editions of The State of Working Oregon:

Rolling Up Our Sleeves: Building an Oregon that Works for Working Families, December 16, 2008

Who's Getting Ahead? Opportunity in a Growing Economy, September 2, 2006

In the Shadows of the Recovery, September 5, 2004

Boom, Bust & Beyond, November 6, 2002

Prosperity in Perspective, September 4, 2000

 

about us

The Oregon Center for Public Policy does in-depth research and analysis on budget, tax, and economic issues. Our goal is to improve decision making and generate more opportunities for all Oregonians.

Learn more:
Our mission and core principles. Our staff and board.

connect

publications

make a difference

Didn't find what you're looking for? Search OCPP.org