Number of Local Government Employment in Oklahoma By County for the 1025 Education and health services Industry in September, 2020 (QCEW)
Updated on October 10, 2022.

In September 2020, the following were the rankings of the top 10 Oklahoma counties based on the number of Local Government employment they had for the 1025 Education and health services Industry:

  1. Tulsa: 17,089
  2. Oklahoma: 15,767
  3. Cleveland: 9,513
  4. Comanche: 5,350
  5. Canadian: 4,016
  6. Payne: 3,245
  7. Pontotoc: 2,415
  8. Cherokee: 2,213
  9. Muskogee: 1,991
  10. Pottawatomie: 1,892

The following were the rankings of the top 10 Oklahoma counties based on the number of Local Government jobs added to the 1025 Education and health services Industry in September 2020:

  1. Tulsa: 4,491
  2. Canadian: 1,920
  3. Cleveland: 1,672
  4. Carter: 871
  5. Comanche: 681
  6. Oklahoma: 653
  7. Pottawatomie: 636
  8. Rogers: 592
  9. Mayes: 578
  10. Pittsburg: 520

In the two interactive visualizations and table below we show the number of Local Government employment, and the number of jobs added to the 1025 Education and health services Industry for each Oklahoma county in the September 2020. We also have similar information for the following sectors: Private, Federal Government, and State Government.

You can see this same information for other states, and for the United States by state as well.

See links at the bottom of this page for similar data for other months. You can also see the monthly links for many other years, as well as similar data for many more industries here.

Number of Local Government Employment in Oklahoma By County for the 1025 Education and health services Industry in September, 2020
Number of Local Government Jobs Added By Oklahoma Counties for the 1025 Education and health services Industry in September, 2020
Number of Local Government Employment in Oklahoma By County for the 1025 Education and health services Industry in September, 2020
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County Number of Employment Jobs Added
Adair 744 15
Alfalfa 214 109
Atoka 510 94
Beaver 326 77
Beckham 553 59
Blaine 370 61
Bryan 1279 21
Caddo 843 77
Canadian 4016 1920
Carter 1476 871
Cherokee 2213 78
Choctaw 513 89
Cimarron 122 -4
Cleveland 9513 1672
Coal 201 8
Comanche 5350 681
Cotton 162 3
Craig 513 154
Creek 1843 359
Custer 949 236
Delaware 1009 99
Dewey 287 17
Ellis 281 24
Garfield 1712 241
Garvin 759 256
Grady 1578 340
Grant 150 3
Greer 147 8
Harmon 190 0
Harper 197 1
Haskell 336 31
Hughes 596 208
Jackson 1486 79
Jefferson 200 50
Johnston 373 15
Kay 1301 146
Kingfisher 659 65
Kiowa 370 19
Latimer 226 90
Le Flore 1510 294
Lincoln 738 310
Logan 617 426
Love 224 113
McClain 1263 242
McCurtain 1215 194
McIntosh 314 -32
Marshall 417 169
Mayes 1366 578
Murray 503 136
Muskogee 1991 307
Noble 414 129
Nowata 236 14
Okfuskee 481 110
Oklahoma 15767 653
Okmulgee 1345 293
Osage 672 135
Ottawa 782 107
Pawnee 363 88
Payne 3245 89
Pittsburg 1868 520
Pontotoc 2415 166
Pottawatomie 1892 636
Pushmataha 415 41
Roger Mills 241 5
Rogers 1614 592
Seminole 688 153
Sequoyah 1495 33
Stephens 1139 462
Texas 797 62
Tillman 249 74
Tulsa 17089 4491
Wagoner 894 419
Washington 1087 74
Washita 422 35
Woods 493 139
Woodward 612 76

Number of Local Government Employment by each Oklahoma county for the 1025 Education and health services Industry for other Months and Years.

Use the links below to see the number of Local Government employment for the 1025 Education and health services Industry for other months and years. You can also see the monthly links for many years at this link.
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Oklahoma Number of Local Government Employment By County for Other Industries in September 2020

Use the links below to the number of Local Government employment for each Oklahoma county in September 2020 for the following selected industries. You can also see this information for many more industries at this link.