California unemployment

California's unemployment rate fell to a record low 4.2 percent in April as the state added nearly 40,000 jobs, according to data released Friday.  More from Capital Public Radio's Chris Nichols.

California is experiencing a statewide record low unemployment rate.  And the Inland Empire also has one of the lowest jobless rates in recent memory.  More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.

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California employers will no longer be able to ask about your salary history during the job application process.  Capital Public Radio's Randol White explains.

The unemployment rate in the Inland Empire - and in the state as a whole - ticked upward for the first time in years.  KVCR's Ken Vincent has more.

The long, slow decline in unemployment in California continued during the month of May, according to new state numbers.  As Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports, job creation slowed from April, but the overall trend is positive.

The California economy had a much better April than March, according to new unemployment data.  The jobless rate ticked down again, and the state created more jobs, as Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.

For the 67th month in a row—that’s more than five and a half years—the state unemployment rate continued its slow dip. Data from the California Employment Development Department shows the unemployment rate fell to 5.3 percent in April, down a tenth of a percent from March. But that’s still above the national mark of 5 percent.

A new analysis of U. S. Census data shows California's recovery from the Great Recession is not yet complete.  As Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports, many Californians still aren't working as much as they want to.

Don't be fooled by the new California jobs report out last Friday that shows statewide unemployment falling below six percent for the first time in nearly a decade.  As Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports, the state added almost no jobs last month -- and more than 100-thousand people stopped looking for work.

The worldwide stock market turbulence hasn't appeared to hurt California's economy so far.  The state added more than 30,000 jobs last month -- and its unemployment rate dropped slightly to 6.1%  Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler has more.

Job growth in California was strong in July.  Capital Public Radio's Katie Orr reports on new state unemployment numbers out Friday.

New data show California's unemployment rate went up slightly in May.  But analysts say its a sign the state's economy is actually getting better.  Capital Public Radio's Steve Milne reports.

The Inland Empire cities of San Bernardino and Moreno Valley earned a dubious distinction in a new Wallet Hub listing of the Best and Worst Cities To Find A Job.  KVCR's Matt Guilhem has details.

CA Jobs Report Strongest In Years

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Last month, California had one of its strongest employment reports in years.  Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports.

Report: CA Employers Will Hire More Workers Next Year

Dec 9, 2014

With an improved economy this year, employers in California are planning on doing more hiring next year.  Capitol Public Radio's Ben Adler reports.