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November 2014
  • 7.1%
    CA Unemployment
  • 0.1%
    One Month Change
  • -1.1%
    Year Over Year
  • 5.5%
    US Unemployment

Dec. 19, 2014
Some executives complained that the rush of companies and workers is pushing up living costs at least in big Texas cities. And finding skilled employees can be difficult. But executives and employees interviewed for this story generally said they haven't looked back.
Dec. 19, 2014
California added 90,100 payroll jobs in November as the state's unemployment rate dipped slightly, to 7.2 percent.
Dec. 17, 2014
Fed officials, concluding their last meeting of the year Wednesday, issued a statement that essentially left their easy-money policy in place, indicating that their key interest rate would stay near zero for at least a few more months.
Dec. 11, 2014
Thursday’s report by the state Department of Finance found that natural increase – the difference between live births and deaths – added 243,000 California residents. The other 92,000 came from net migration to the state, the report shows. More California residents are leaving the state than moving in from other states, but immigration from other countries more than offsets that.
Dec. 11, 2014
The economic boom is leaving behind workers in California who lost their jobs in manufacturing and construction during the Great Recession and won't ever regain those vanished positions, and the Bay Area is at the forefront of the upheaval in those and other sectors, according to a reported released Wednesday.




Dec. 19, 2014 / Steve Lafleur