Our Impact

Data Metrics

Average Annual Wage


Career & Training Services Provided


Labor Force Participation Rate


Poverty Level


Unemployment Rate


Quarterly Job Postings


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Reports for The 5 Regions

Statistical Impact Reports

The five-county Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Area is a diverse economic region that supports thousands of jobs.  Here, you will find key economic indicators that provide a glimpse of the state of our regional labor market, as well as links to other sources of labor market information, for those that wish to dive deeper into the data.

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Partner Resources

Whether you have served 3 years or 30, the workforce development system has valuable resources that can help you navigate the complexities of building a post-military career. The best time to begin navigating those resources is as soon as you consider transitioning. Some of the valuable resources available to transitioning service members include PacMtn programs specifically developed to serve the needs of those who have served:

Washington Employment Security Department Labor Market Information

Washington State Education Research & Data Center

QWI Explorer: U.S. Census Quarterly Workforce Indicators

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employment Statistics

Washington Regional Economic Analysis Project

Washington Office of Financial Management

Association of Washington Cities (AWC)