California’s unemployment rate continues to move lower, dropping to 8.3 percent in December. That is 1.5 percentage points lower than the same time a year ago.
New numbers show up to 90 percent of daily callers seeking help from the Employment Development Department aren’t able to get ahold of a real person.
California’s unemployment rate fell to 8.7 percent in September and was unchanged in October, following two straight monthly increases.
Deloitte admits it didn’t spend enough time looking at stop payment flags, which mark a person ineligible for unemployment benefits.
Thousands of struggling Californians were promised they would get paid their money by this weekend after a computer glitch delayed their unemployment payments.
A computer glitch at the Employment Development Department is creating a backlog for unemployed Californians, leaving some waiting for a check nearly two weeks later.
A recent Employment Development Department report reflects growth in Sacramento employment within several sectors related to green operations.
Economic growth across the country can bring more tourism dollars and jobs to the Sacramento hotel industry.
Dave Heylen of the California Grocers Association sees job opportunities for local grocers.
Building and contracting sector jobs showed significant gains year over year in Sacramento.
Those returning home to Sacramento from military service may find an especially receptive job market.
Three major skill gaps in Sacramento are currently providing job opportunities: nursing, security and criminal justice.