This paper analyzes the dynamic characteristics of job creation and extinction in the whole country and region using panel-type data associated with job change and labor force change, and provides implications for local employment policy. In December 2018, the number of job creation, extinction, recruitment, and change in job in the region was 6,315, 7,053, 29,743, and 30,587 respectively and the net increase of jobs was -844. The areas and numbers with high job creation in the metropolitan cities were Gyeongbuk(9,961), Gyeongnam(9,961) and Jeonnam(9,430) and the areas and numbers with low job extinction were Jeju Island(2,323), Jeonbuk(2,988) and Chungbuk(4,237). The paper shows that in the analysis of job changes in Daejeon government offices, first, in the correlation analysis between job variables, when the correlation between the increase in net jobs and the change in labor force is high, the more jobs are hired, the more net jobs increase, and the more changes in labor force are high, the more excess labor changes are high. Second, this paper reveals that the net increase of over-work in local is very high in Daejeon, Seo-gu, Cheongju, Heungduk-gu, Cheonan, and Asan-si, where the amount of over-work is high. It confirms that the net increase of jobs due to the over excess labor change is due to the excess labor change, suggesting that problems such as industrial safety due to excessive labor force of workers and the balance of work family of workers should be checked. Finally, this paper shows that in Jeongpyeong-gun, Chungcheong-do, Cheongyang-gun, and Gyeryong-si of Chungbuk, low employment and turnover is small due to low labor changes, and implies that local job creation policy is required.