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Preliminary June labor force data counts for San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo counties puts the unemployment rate at 9.6%, 8.2% and 9.2% respectively, up 0.4 percentage points in San Francisco and San Mateo, up 0.3 percentage points in Marin.
On a revised basis, the number of unemployed in San Francisco rose by 2,100 (from 41,600 to 43,700) in June as the number of employed fell by 1,500 (from 412,700 to 411,200) and the labor force increased by 600 (from 454,300 to 454,900).
Overall California unemployment rose by 0.3 percentage points to 12.2% as the labor force gained 49,000 and the ranks of the unemployed increased by 47,300.
Monthly Labor Force Data for Counties: May 2010 (Preliminary) [EDD]
San Francisco County Unemployment Down To 9.2 Percent In May [SocketSite]

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by dub dub

    Don’t forget to pick up your free iphone bumper.

  2. Posted by A.T. the snarky realtor

    Unemployed people don’t buy houses anyway, so this won’t affect the real estate market at all.

  3. Posted by me

    >Unemployed people don’t buy houses anyway, so this
    >won’t affect the real estate market at all.
    Yep, they don’t buy houses, don’t buy clothes, don’t buy books, barely buy food… so goodbye businesses… let’s clean the city of the poor and of the poor’s small businesses and cheap chain stores!
    Holy moly! (cause I’m very polite) what kind of realtor are you???? You’re so ignorant of economy that I’d never buy a house from you!

  4. Posted by fred

    I think “AT” said that with sarcasm.

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