At the halfway point of 2016, California is averaging job gains of roughly 30,900 positions per month and continuing to outshine the nation in employment growth. See our complete analysis of the latest numbers at the Beacon Employment Report.
Despite recent stock market drama our new forecast sees no significant chance of the economic expansion in the U.S. or California ending in the next two years. View Beaconomics for the latest on GDP, employment, income, home prices, and more.
Once again, growth eluded California's export trade in the latest numbers. The state has not shown an improvement in its merchandise export trade since April of 2015. View Beacon Economics new analysis.
Employment and home prices are up across all of California's major metro regions. Are some markets reaching a saturation point? View our new editions of The Regional Outlook for the latest from San Diego to San Francisco.