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Central Valley Region

From Feb 2010Feb 2015

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Unemployment

11.4%
Unempl. Rate
6.9%
CA Rate
210k
Number Unemployed
15th
Lowest in State

Labor Force

59.2%
Participation Rate
62.4%
CA Rate
1.9mil
Labor Force
3rd
Largest in State

Population, Labor Force, Unemployment

Unemployment Over Time

Workforce Region Demographics

Race and Ethnicity

Age

Gender

Education

Industries Feb 2010–Jun 2014

Biggest Industry

Government

Fastest Growth

Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, & Hunting

Highest Pay

Utilities

Slowest Growth

Other Services

Industry Size and Average Annual Wage

  • Industry Sector

    Number of Jobs with change from 2010

    Average Annual Wagewith change from 2010

  • Private
    1.15mil

    198,147

    2014
    2010
    $36,348

    +$2,912

    2014
    2010
    +
  • Government
    262,855

    -404

    2014
    2010
    $49,504

    +$2,444

    2014
    2010
  • Non Classified
    2,275

    416

    2014
    2010
    $28,860

    -$52

    2014
    2010
  • Total
    1.42mil

    197,743

    2014
    2010
    $38,792

    +$2,392

    2014
    2010
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