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.
Unemployment rates rose in more than half of U.S. states in July and fewer states added jobs, echoing national data that show the job market may have lost some momentum.
California’s unemployment rate fell to 8.6 percent in May, marking the first time in nearly five years the jobless number has dipped below 9 percent, the state Employment Development Department reported Friday.
Jeff Michael with UOP’s business forecasting center says there could be light at the end of Stockton’s economic tunnel.
California’s jobless rate decreased to 9.4 percent in March, continuing a steady decline as the state pulls itself out of recession.
California’s jobless rate stalled at 9.8 percent this winter, with only a few new jobs created in January.
California’s capital city is a hub for innovative and state-of-the-art health care.
Three major skill gaps in Sacramento are currently providing job opportunities: nursing, security and criminal justice.
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State officials say California’s jobless rate remained at 9.8 percent in December, the same rate as in November.
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