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Recent News Articles

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Top 5 Cities for Finding a Job in California

If you’re ready to leave your old job behind for something new and better, California offers some of the best job markets in the country. That’s according to an analysis by jobs website Indeed, which looked at the number of job openings versus how many people were seeking work. Indeed based its findings on preliminary

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California adds 5500 new jobs in November

California employers added 5,500 jobs in November, according to federal data — a significant slowdown from more robust monthly gains earlier in the year. But the state unemployment rate continued its five-year-long decline, dropping to 5.7% in November, the lowest in eight years. The U.S. unemployment rate is 5%. November’s tepid job increases were the

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California Continues to See New Job Openings

Even though it officially ended in 2009, the Great Recession seemed to hang over Southern California like stank in a public transit bus. UCLA’s latest Anderson Forecast quarterly economic report was released this week, and the news is much more aromatic. In addressing California, the report calls for “continued steady gains in employment through 2017”

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