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Bay Area Employment Gets a Seasonal Bump

Bay Area Employment Gets a Seasonal Bump

Having dropped to a record low of 1.9 percent in May, the unemployment rate in San Francisco has since inched up to 2.4 percent. But with a seasonally driven bump in employment as well, the number of people living in the city with a paycheck is back up to... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Is Actually on the Decline

Bay Area Employment Is Actually on the Decline

Having dropped to a record low of 1.9 percent in May, the unemployment rate in San Francisco inched up to 2.3 percent in June as the number of people living in the city with a paycheck fell by 3,400 to 565,800, which is down by 9,600 since February’s record... Read More »

Bay Area Unemployment Hits a Record Low, But…

Bay Area Unemployment Hits a Record Low, But…

The unemployment rate in San Francisco has dropped to a record low of 1.9 percent, with the ranks of the employed having increased by 2,900 to 569,300 in May. That being said, the ranks of the employed are still down by 6,100 from February’s record high and the rate... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Drops along with Unemployment Rates

Bay Area Employment Drops along with Unemployment Rates

Having recorded an above-average bump in seasonal hires in July, the number of people residing in San Francisco with a job dropped by 3,000 over the past month to 557,200. But with the labor force having dropped by 3,300 to 570,900, the employment rate in the city dropped from... Read More »

Seasonal Hiring Pushes Bay Area Employment to a Record High

Seasonal Hiring Pushes Bay Area Employment to a Record High

With an above-average bump in seasonal hires, the unemployment rate in San Francisco dropped from 2.7 percent in June to 2.4 percent in July, with the labor force having increased by 8,700 to 574,400 and the number of people residing in the city with a job, including summer interns... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Slips, San Francisco Nears Negative Growth

Bay Area Employment Slips, San Francisco Nears Negative Growth

The unemployment rate in San Francisco jumped from 2.1 to 2.7 percent in June as the number of people living in the city with a job dropped by 1,600 to 550,600 while the labor force increased by 1,600 to 565,600. And while there are still 113,900 more people living... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Inches Up, but Not in San Francisco

Bay Area Employment Inches Up, but Not in San Francisco

While the unemployment rate in San Francisco is holding at a record low 2.1 percent, the number of people living in the city with job has actually dropped by 4,900 to 552,900 since the beginning of the year. And while the estimated change in employment last month was a... Read More »

Bay Area Unemployment Drops, but Employment Drops as Well

Bay Area Unemployment Drops, but Employment Drops as Well

While the unemployment rate in San Francisco has just dropped to a record low 2.1 percent, the number of people living in the city with job has actually dropped by 5,400 to 552,400 since the beginning of the year, having dropped by 3,200 last month alone. But with the... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Slips from Record Highs

Bay Area Employment Slips from Record Highs

At a time of the year when Bay Area employment figures typically tick up, the number of people living in the city of San Francisco with a job dropped by 1,200 in March to 555,500. But with 2,300 people having been removed from the labor force, the unemployment rate... Read More »

Employment Ticks up to (Mostly) Record Highs as Growth Slows

Employment Ticks up to (Mostly) Record Highs as Growth Slows

Having dropped by a downwardly revised 3,700 at the beginning of the year, the number of people living in the city of San Francisco with a job increased by 2,900 in February to a near record 557,000 and the unemployment rate dropped from 2.7 to 2.6 percent. And as... Read More »