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20.2% Increase In California Construction Employment, 10th Largest In U.S.

20.2% Increase In California Construction Employment, 10th Largest In U.S.

By Mike LaFirenza While the potential for trillions of dollars of new infrastructure spending looms on the horizon, America’s construction industry is struggling to even keep pace with current demand for new homes, businesses, roads, and bridges. A shortage of supplies and employees has created ongoing challenges for construction firms and their customers. “The home […]

A California Covid Vaccination Mandate Just to Stay Employed!

A California Covid Vaccination Mandate Just to Stay Employed!

Editorial By Naomi Fisher Our “Trusted”, Sneaky, Dishonest, Underhanded State Legislators are at it again!  A few of them have actually done what is called “Gut and Fill” on previously passed bills. Katy Grimes of the California Globe Newspaper: “This secretive process often leaves lawmakers, as well as the public, little or no time to […]

Former HHS Head Under Obama Says Parents Who Refuse Covid Vaccination Should Not Have “Access To Children” Or Be Allowed To Work

Former HHS Head Under Obama Says Parents Who Refuse Covid Vaccination Should Not Have “Access To Children” Or Be Allowed To Work

 Ethan Huff | Natural News (Natural News) Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” are so effective that former Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is afraid that she, a vaccinated woman, might somehow “catch” the Chinese Virus from an unvaccinated person, which is why she wants to put extreme limitations on their movements and freedoms. […]

California Businesses Can’t Fill Openings; Economists Warn Of Slowed Recovery

California Businesses Can’t Fill Openings; Economists Warn Of Slowed Recovery

By Cole Lauterbach  | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – Employers in California cannot find workers and it is affecting the state’s economic recovery, a new survey shows. The National Federation of Independent Business’ monthly survey of small business trends shows optimism from job creators nationally took a pause as the COVID-19 pandemic waned. “May saw a slight […]

This is How Many People Work for the Government in California

This is How Many People Work for the Government in California

Samuel Stebbins | The Center Square contributor The Biden administration has proposed a $6 trillion budget aimed at improving infrastructure, education, and health care. If passed, it would push federal spending to its highest level since World War II. It could also usher in the reversal of a long term-trend of declining government employment. Over the last […]

Fitch: Remote Workers To Hamper California, New York Recovery

Fitch: Remote Workers To Hamper California, New York Recovery

By Cole Lauterbach  | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – A credit ratings agency says mobile workers in California and New York who remained employed through the COVID-19 pandemic could keep the states from full recoveries. A report released Wednesday by Fitch Ratings described the “severe job shocks” in two of America’s major economic centers.  “These […]

Job Searches Increased In Republican States Canceling Federal Unemployment Boost: Report

Job Searches Increased In Republican States Canceling Federal Unemployment Boost: Report

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR Relative to the national trend, job searches temporarily increased in states that have announced they will no longer offer the pandemic-related federal unemployment boost, an economic report showed. In states that are withdrawing from the federal unemployment program, interest in job postings increased 5%, according to the report released Thursday by job listings […]

California payrolls add 101,800 jobs; unemployment rate stays at 8.3%

California payrolls add 101,800 jobs; unemployment rate stays at 8.3%

By Seth Sandronsky  | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – California employers added 101,800 nonfarm payroll jobs in April, almost 40% of the U.S. employment growth but down from March’s upwards-revised gain of 132,400 jobs, according to the state Employment Development Department (EDD). The April jobless rate in the Golden State was 8.3%, compared with the national rate […]

April Job Growth Was Far Short Of Expectations. Here’s Why Hiring Slowed

April Job Growth Was Far Short Of Expectations. Here’s Why Hiring Slowed

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR   Experts gave varying explanations after the Department of Labor reported a meager April jobs report that fell far short of predictions. “The disappointing jobs report makes it clear that paying people not to work is dampening what should be a stronger jobs market,” U.S. Chamber of Commerce chief policy officer Neil Bradley […]

February Payrolls Jump but Details Are Less Robust

February Payrolls Jump but Details Are Less Robust

Robert Hughes    U.S. nonfarm payrolls added 379,000 jobs in February after a gain of 166,000 in January and a loss of 306,000 in December. The two prior months had net upward revisions of 38,000 with December revised down by 79,000 but January revised up by 117,000. The February gain brings the ten-month post-plunge recovery […]

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