California’s unemployment rate jumped more than ten percentage points in April to 15.5% due to the COVID-19 shutdowns. As the economy slowly reopens, we look at how quickly workers are likely to return to their jobs.
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Report Reveals San Jose State University’s $4 Billion Economic Impact On California
San Jose State University can now count itself among one of the main drivers of California’s economy, the fifth largest in the world, according to a new report.
Who's Hiring In The San Diego Area? Check Out New Local Jobs
As unemployment levels remain high amid the coronavirus pandemic, many local employers in San Diego and environs are still looking to fill openings on their staff. Whether you're looking for full-time ...
L.A. buyer bets $420M on downtown San Diego’s return to work
In its first downtown San Diego buy, Regents Properties picks up a four-building portfolio of office towers with 1.5 million square feet of space ...
Report: San Diego lags behind state, country in job recovery
Though the region added 2,000 jobs in May, mostly in the leisure and hospitality industries, overall nonfarm employment in San Diego County was "essentially flat," the newly released report concluded.
San Diego Lags Behind State And Country In Job Recovery, Study Finds
San Diego County’s labor market has lagged behind the rest of the state and nation, even with the loosening of pandemic restrictions, according to a report released Monday.
San Diego lags behind state, country in job recovery: report
Despite the slow recovery, San Diego’s unemployment rate fell in May and officials say jobs are available, especially in industries that struggled to find employees during the pandemic.
San Diego Lags Behind State and Country in Job Recovery, Labor Market Report Says
San Diego County's labor market has lagged behind the rest of the state and nation, even with the loosening of pandemic restrictions, according to a report released Monday.
San Diego County hiring remains sluggish in May as employers struggle to find workers
Local employers added just 2,000 jobs last month as the economic recovery faced headwinds from lingering restrictions and worker shortages ...
Report Finds Benefits From Employee-Owned Businesses
San Diego businesses and their employees could enjoy opportunities for growth by switching to an employee-ownership model, a report found.
Workforce Partnership Report Finds Benefits from Employee-Owned Businesses
San Diego businesses and their employees could enjoy opportunities for growth by switching to an employee-ownership model, according to a San Diego Workforce Partnership report released Tuesday.
After a year at home, will San Diegans embrace a return to office life?
Nearly half of San Diegans working from home said they were more productive than before the pandemic. Employers disagreed.
Vaxxed or masked? What you need to know to navigate San Diego’s reopening
With vaccination rates up and COVID-19 cases way down, California is poised to ditch masks and social distancing, but there are still a few rules and protections in place as we navigate a new pandemic ...