Source: UCLA Anderson Forecast
Sept. 28, 2015
"The forecast for the national economy for the next two years is a healthy one, a slim chance of a recession and a slight chance of a surge in growth. In California, the forecast remains largely unchanged since June. Growth in employment in California will continue, albeit it at a slower pace by 2017, as the unemployment rate falls to about 4.8 percent, similar to that of the nation as a whole."
Sept. 11, 2014
In the California forecast for September 2014, UCLA Anderson Senior Economist Jerry Nickelsburg writes, "The California economy is moving forward in an expansion from the depths of the Great Recession. But, even though the number of jobs is now higher than any time in the past, the state remains below its potential in output and employment. That we are entering the sixth year of expansion illustrates just how painfully plodding this recovery process has been."  
. . .index to measure and understand the current state of human capital in each metropolitan area and each county across the nation. The CHCI is developed based mainly on the average education attainment of residents in each city.
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