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photo - Customer Paying for Meal in Restaurant California Is Inching toward a Jobs Recovery Job growth and wage gains, especially in the leisure and hospitality sector, show that some hard-hit California workers are benefitting from the current recovery. Read More
photo - High School Student in Classroom Geography of College Readiness in California More than 40% of 9th graders finish high school and complete required courses for admission to a California public university. But this share varies widely across school districts and by race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status. Read More
photo - People working in cafe wearing face masks California Jobs and Labor Force Are Still Down but Recovering Employment is still well below pre-pandemic levels, though the number of jobs continues to increase. Despite the state’s rapid recovery so far, underemployed and discouraged workers remain a key concern. Read More
photo - Serious Woman in Cafe Looking at Phon How Are Unemployed Californians Faring on the Road to Recovery? As California prepares to reopen, unemployment has declined substantially from its pandemic peak. Still, lower-income workers, workers of color, and the youngest workers are far more likely than others to be unemployed. Read More
GettyImages 186653928 Capitol CA Flag Smaller 640×288 Video: Californians and Their Government PPIC’s Dean Bonner and Mark Baldassare discuss new statewide survey findings on Governor Newsom’s job approval, the gubernatorial recall effort, Californians’ economic outlook, and other topics. Read More
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