Employment

Analysis for California by zip-code and sector

 

Automation expected to disproportionately affect the less educated...

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California Adds 17,600 Jobs in May...

The California Employment Development Department earlier this month reported that the state added 17600 jobs in May. According toRead More…

Rocky Mountain region leads nation in job growth since last May...

Rocky Mountain region leads nation in job growth The Bureau of Labor Statistics earlier this month reported that the U.S. addedRead More…

Urban Indian Lands Add 49,400 Jobs Since Last May...

This report deals with employment in American Indian reservations and other Indian controlled land within metropolitan statistical areas in theRead More…

Urban Indian Lands Add 41,600 Jobs Since Last April...

This report deals with employment in American Indian reservations and other Indian controlled land within metropolitan statistical areas in theRead More…

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Every month, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports employment growth by metropolitan statistical area (MSA). Many MSAs, however, are too large to be viewed as uniform in their economic development or job growth. Our own analysis suggests that many MSAs need to be subdivided in smaller economic agglomerations to yield useful information for small businesses. For example, local retailers often only serve a single zip code. We provide employment data at the zip code level to help them answer questions such as: Which sectors added the most jobs in my zip code? Did all sectors grow or only a few? Our monthly reports and interactive map allow users to navigate the data on their own, exploring the unique questions of their industry and locale. Moreover, our animations highlight these developments over time.