California incomes have been rising and the state continues to create new jobs, but a group of leading economists still does not expect the recovery to pick up steam any time soon.
A new study casts doubt on whether the benefits of California high-speed rail will include the creation of 400,000 permanent jobs promised by boosters of the bullet trains.
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – One trend keeping unemployment high two years after the official end of the recession is American companies’ willingness to invest in technology and labor saving equipment to avoid the often costly […]
California’s unemployment rate has slipped lower for the second month in a row as the state added nearly 100,000 jobs in February. But the employment situation is still worse than the national average.