California’s labor market added 41,500 new jobs in the latest numbers, accounting for nearly one-fifth of all jobs added in the nation. Read Beacon Economics' analysis of the new EDD numbers.
The Republican sweep of the midterm elections was not a surprise, but when looking at U.S. economic trends, the Democrats actually had the stronger case this time around. Read Christopher Thornberg's latest post on No Nonsense Economics.
New outlooks for six of Califonia's largest regional economies show growth in construction, consumer spending, commercial and residential real estate, and more. View new forecasts and data at the Regional Outlook.
U.S. economic growth will be slower in 2014 than it was in 2013, but 2015 is shaping up to have the strongest growth since the very beginning of the recovery. Visit Beaconomics to see our latest outlook for the nation and California.