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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Justices Overturn Ruling That Would Have Closed Five San Diego County High Schools
In a major win for Opportunity Youth in California, an appeals court overturned a 2019 ruling that would have closed five public schools for teens who have previously struggled in traditional schools.
San Diego just misses high school sports resumption list
Region remains in purple tier for another week with case rate at 15 per 100,000 residents, double what's needed for red tier ...
San Diego OKs regulations that could cut number of short-term vacation rentals by up to 30%
New ordinance would cap Airbnb-style rentals at 1 percent of city's housing stock, except in Mission Beach where a more generous allocation of listings will be permitted ...
San Diego Unified expected to release reopening timeline, updated plans Tuesday
Amid changing school reopening guidance and delays in getting COVID-19 vaccines to school staff, San Diego Unified is expected to release a new reopening timeline and other details of a revised ...
Housing Costs, Job Growth Ding California Rankings, Including San Diego, in ‘Best Cities’ List
Based on housing costs and slipping job growth, California cities like San Diego have proven less resilient during the pandemic, according to a new study.
La Jolla Cluster schools report drops in enrollment
The five La Jolla campuses in the San Diego Unified School District are seeing drops in student enrollment as their principals reported current and projected numbers at the Feb. 18 meeting of the La ...
Judge grants request for high school, youth sports to resume in San Diego County
Gavin Newsom announced that some high school and youth sports could return to outdoor play as soon as next week under certain restrictions, a judge ruled all sports could resume in San Diego County as ...
Surf Soccer Club will let kids play despite receiving cease & desist from San Diego County
The latest victims of San Diego County’s targeted enforcement efforts is the Surf Soccer Club. Surf Soccer Club is a large organization that boys and girls from all over San Diego are honored to play ...
2021 economic outlook for San Diego
San Diego’s economy ended 2020 on a somber note. After a few months of improvement, companies cut payrolls again in December and the jobless rate jumped. For the year as a whole, the region lost more ...
Politics Report: The Special Election Is Upon Us
The special election to replace Secretary of State Shirley Weber in the 79th Assembly District is in 52 days, and the field of candidates is now set. La Mesa Councilwoman Akilah Weber might have ...
Should recent college grads in San Diego consider a move to New York?
As of this month, New York rents were down 22 percent annually for a one-bedroom, said Zumper. Meanwhile, San Diego rents were up 3 percent annually. Q: YES: Recent grads should consider all factors ...