Due to a delay in data release by the California Employment Development Department, we will be posting the February California jobs report as soon as the data are available. We expect to post the report on Monday, March 21, or soon thereafter. Thank you for your patience! ISEA Staff
The Inland Empire has more than 3% year-over-year job growth rate
ZIP-code level analysis reveals where being middle class feels rich or poor – and where in the U.S. it feels more like a developing country
Wealth is more unevenly distributed than income. But do the wealthy and high income earners live side by side while the have-nots and the low income earners live next to each other? The answer is: often, but not always.
Job Growth Spreads from Coast to Inland Areas
ZIP-code level analysis reveals that the rich and the poor rarely live in the same locations