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: More Pittsburgh workers report burnout, feeling underpaid compared to 2019
Here's how Pittsburgh's workers are feeling about burnout, compensation and looking into future job prosepcts.
Report: More Nashville workers report burnout, feeling underpaid compared to 2019
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Cross country officials long to return to the starting line
Include cross country and track and field among them. A year ago, Gary MacDonald, Gregg Hara and Al Dandridge were celebrating a smooth San Diego Section cross country championship where there were 10 ...
It’s Major: Pets poised for a return to the White House
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Return to Purple Tier to Hit Local Economy, But Promise of Vaccines Cause for Hope
San Diego County's move to the purple tier, along with the loss of federal aid, is complicating the region's recovery, according to local economic experts.
Report finds bias against older San Diego workers
A new report found workers 55 and older face several barriers to workforce entry or reentry in San Diego. The San Diego Workforce Partnership report also lays out how employers can help change ...
SD Workforce Partnership Releases Report Revealing Bias Against Older Workers
A San Diego Workforce Partnership report shows workers 55 and older face structural barriers to workforce entry or reentry.
Ageism Impacting Workers 55+: Report
Workers 55 and older face structural barriers to workforce entry or reentry based on age, gender and race, according to a San Diego Workforce Partnership report released Monday. “Discarding Ageism to ...
Someone San Diego Should Know: Mancy Thompson
On May 22, 1987, in Oceanside, Mancy Thompson, then 23, shot and killed an innocent woman who was trying to stop a fight over drug money. He was convicted of murder and spent 22 years in state prison.
Judge won’t rule until Monday on whether San Diego County restaurants, gyms can reopen indoors
Attorneys representing impacted businesses and the state of California squared off in a court hearing to determine whether a temporary restraining order should be granted that would loosen current res ...
Report: San Diego County unemployment rate falls to 7.7% in October, professional jobs bounce back
Carlsbad Metropolitan Statistical Area dropped to 7.7% in October, a drop of 1.2% from September, according to figures released Friday by the state Employment Development Department.
Report says 36,000 jobs lost to COVID-19 along North County corridor
The five cities along the state Route 78 corridor have lost more than 36,000 jobs in the past year, according to a report ... and the return of heightened restrictions across San Diego County ...