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photo - Tech Worker Wearing Mask at Laptop Bay Area Recovery May Lag without Onsite Tech Workers Unemployment in the San Francisco Bay Area is lower than statewide. But a sustained recovery—especially in the region’s downtown districts—could depend on many employees shifting back to onsite work as the pandemic recedes. Read More
photo - Farmers Market in Downtown Anaheim Tourism and Logistics Shape Southern California’s Pandemic Economy The labor market weakened in major Southern California metros when leisure and hospitality businesses closed. But these job losses have been offset by growth in transportation and warehousing, especially in the Inland Empire. Read More
photo - Sacramento Tower Bridge and Sacramento Capitol Mall The Sacramento Area Economy Runs on Government Public-sector employment, which has declined less in the Sacramento metro area than in other parts of California, may have shielded the capital region from heavy employment losses during the pandemic. Read More
photo - Warehouse Worker Wearing Face Mask and Protective Workwear Checking Products Using Tablet Farms, Freight, and Retail Support the Recovery in Central California Central California is seeing promising signals from certain industries as well as hard-hit sectors. Still, the economic situation across this region remains uncertain. Read More
photo - Restaurant Worker Wearing Mask Recovery in Los Angeles Is Tied to Hospitality and Hollywood As regions across California rebound from the COVID-19 economic fallout, job gains in leisure and hospitality and the film industry will be key to LA’s recovery. Read More
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