Buoyed by a flush state surplus, California lawmakers agreed Thursday on a state budget that will expand enrollment at the state’s higher education systems, keep tuition flat and particularly help older college students with tuition and living costs. In addition, $4 million will be available to study the possible construction of two new campuses in […]
The expanding gig economy in California is often praised for giving workers flexibility and independence. Be your own boss, set your own schedule, companies tout, and these companies would like us to think that drivers, cleaners and personal shoppers actually prefer the gig economy to traditional employment. The rosy spin ignores the reality for California’s […]
The jobs, wage, and establishment data has been updated through the latest, 2016:Q1 data from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW), through a special data run by the state Employment Development Department. This data is location based, providing information on the number and types of jobs and establishments operating within each district, and is provided for the Congressional, Senate, and Assembly Districts.
The Governor announced today that California has grown 1 million jobs since 2010. This is a significant and long awaited accomplishment for those who have suffered economically over the past 6 years.
State and county level data on migration drawn from federal income tax return filings. Currently available 1990 to 2010.
Quarterly data of job gains (expansions and openings) and job losses (contractions and closing) by industry and by size of firm
. . . we ask whether California companies are shifting their operations to other states—in terms of either the number of business establishments or the level of employment—through expansions and contractions of existing establishments, as well as births and deaths of establishments.
. . .updates with two additional years of data (2005 and 2006) PPIC’s 2007 report Business Location Decisions and Employment Dynamics in California.
List of manufacturers who have closed, moved, or expanded in another state or country from 2003 to 2010
“A Census Bureau poverty report and another from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities,released simultaneously last week, should remove any lingering doubt about California’s stratification.”