Census Bureau charts California economy’s rise and fall

Most California workers are payroll employees of private businesses, and the rise, fall and slow recovery of that employment during the last decade is laid out in a new Census Bureau report.

The report — which excludes government workers and the self-employed from its calculations — reveals that in 2001, there were 806,733 “business establishments” employing 13.2 million Californians and paying them $521.8 billion a year.

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