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Here's a breakdown of jobs provided through Inside Oregon Enterprises, which oversees work sites at several Oregon correctional institutions:

Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution, Pendleton - 80 inmates employed at Prison Blues garment factory and at laundry.

Oregon State Correctional Institution, Salem - 128 inmates employed at engineering Support Unit (computer-aided mapping), call center, mailroom and print shop.

Oregon State Penitentiary, Salem - 347 inmates employed at laundry, furniture and metal shops.

Oregon Women's Correctional Institution, Salem - 47 inmates employed at a call center.

Mill Creek Correctional Institution, Salem - 61 inmates employed at a nursery and grass seed operation. Employment levels expected to drop to 15 as some commercial agriculture activities are curtailed.

Snake River Correctional Institution, Ontario - 111 inmates employed at a sign shop, laundry and call center.
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Title Annotation:Government
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Dec 23, 2001
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