Reports & Publications
Trusted analysis shows the previously reported direct impacts of JobsOhio projects are leading to massive ripple effects across the state by way of jobs, construction, and taxes.
Economic Growth Results That Matter
We are committed to helping companies of various sizes in our key industry sectors grow their businesses and achieve long-term success in their economic development pursuits. Large corporations have an established presence in key industries. Middle market companies are creating the majority of the jobs and capital investment. Small businesses are innovators and drive future job growth. JobsOhio created business incentives such as grant and loan programs to support job creation, new capital investment, and Ohio economic development. Executed agreements with companies that receive grant or loan assistance from JobsOhio are reported on this page.
Monthly Executed Grants & Loans
Each month, JobsOhio provides funds to companies significantly investing in Ohio’s economy. Below is a monthly breakdown of the companies that received monetary assistance.
1. For projects to be included in this report, there must be an executed agreement between JobsOhio and the company. If more than one program is part of the project, those will be reported out as the individual agreements are executed.
2. These metrics reflect commitments made by companies and are subject to change per possible project modifications.
3. This report does not include any public funds or incentives awarded to a company for the projects listed.
4. *For the Redevelopment Pilot Program, the Fixed Asset Investment represents the Total Project Investment, and the Commitments include marketing of the improved site.
Metric Evaluation & Expiration Date Performance Reports
JobsOhio Annual Report
Every year, JobsOhio publishes an annual report which highlights job growth, capital investment, Ohio advantages, and success stories, that have impacted Ohio’s economy and its communities.
IMPLAN Economic Impact Analysis
In January 2022, JobsOhio engaged IMPLAN, the creators of the leading economic modeling application at the forefront of economic theory and practice, to conduct and economic impact analysis of the 3,274 JobsOhio projects from January 2011-December 2021. IMPLAN’s finding indicates JobsOhio’s projects are leading to massive economic ripple effects in Ohio, including sustained support of construction jobs and billions in tax impact for the state of Ohio.
In 2018, JobsOhio (“JO”) released its Independent Performance Assessment report, completed by McKinsey and Company. The report includes an extensive, objective, and data-driven review and analysis of a) JO’s outcomes related to deal wins, jobs created, capital investments, and payroll; and b) JO’s internal processes, organizational structure, health, and talent. A comparative assessment of the foregoing was done in context with JO’s peer economic development entities and the overall condition of the Ohio economy.
Ohio To Work
The COVID-19 pandemic caused the displacement of many Ohio workers, creating difficult situations for individuals, their families, and employers. Through Ohio To Work, JobsOhio unified a statewide coalition of existing workforce partners to offer customized support to job seekers through connections with training providers, career coaches and resources, and local employers in the manufacturing, healthcare and technology industries.