Ohio businesses could see a significant drop in their job openings due to the opioid epidemic, according to a new report.
The Ohio Chamber of Commerce and Industry has released a study titled “Ohio’s Job Market and Its Potential Impact on Business” and says that the opioid problem has a direct impact on business.
The report says that Ohioans who are struggling to find employment will likely find it more difficult to find a job as they become more anxious and are more fearful.
It says that this will negatively affect business.
Businesses that are affected by the opioid situation will likely see an immediate and significant decrease in their ability to hire employees.
Business owners can take steps to reduce the impact of the opioid issue by following the recommendations in the report.
Read more about Ohio and the opioid:The Ohio Business and Technology Association also released a statement in response to the report:The chamber of commerce said it is concerned that businesses will be less likely to hire because of the crisis.
The chamber is advocating for more information on the opioid use crisis in Ohio, including a statewide plan to implement a plan to identify and assist people impacted by opioid addiction and overdose.