Center for Research on the Regional Economy: San Diego's unemployment down to 5.8%

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November 2014 — The unemployment rate in San Diego followed the local weather recently, with a slight decrease in unemployment as well as the temperature.

The San Diego Workforce Partnership reported that San Diego’s unemployment rate decreased from 5.9% to 5.8% during October. The civilian unemployment rate remained constant, while the civilian labor force increased.
 
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Month to month, more jobs were jobs added in most major industries, with the Government sector having the largest gain, and Leisure & Hospitality having the biggest decline.

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A division of UC San Diego Extension, the Center for Research on the Regional Economy (CRRE) analyzes the ever-evolving trends that shape local, national, and international economies. Josh Shapiro, Ph.D, serves as director.

 
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