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Over 500,000 Bay Area Jobs Have Been Recovered, But…

Over 500,000 Bay Area Jobs Have Been Recovered, But…

Having increased by 6,300 in November, the net number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck ticked up by 2,600 in December to 549,400, dropping the local unemployment rate to 3.0 percent with 42,700 more employed residents in the city than there were at the end of... Read More »

New Unemployment Claims Near Pre-Pandemic Levels, But…

New Unemployment Claims Near Pre-Pandemic Levels, But…

Having dropped to a pandemic-era low of 51,484 in October, the number of new unemployment claims filed across the Bay Area fell to 36,421 in November, which was within 40 percent of pre-pandemic levels and down from an average of nearly 200,000 new claims a month since March of... Read More »

Nearly 500K Bay Area Jobs Have Been Recovered, 157K to Go

Nearly 500K Bay Area Jobs Have Been Recovered, 157K to Go

Having increased by a downwardly revised 4,500 in October, the net number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck increased by 6,300 in November to 546,800, dropping the unemployment rate to 3.3 percent with 37,800 more employed residents in the city than there were at the same... Read More »

Bay Area Unemployment Claims Drop to a Pandemic-Era Low

Bay Area Unemployment Claims Drop to a Pandemic-Era Low

The number of new unemployment claims filed across the Bay Area dropped to 51,484 in October, which was down from 138,831 in September, the fewest new claims since the pandemic hit and down from an average of 125,372 new claims a month in the third quarter of this year.... Read More »

Re-Opening of San Francisco’s Economy, November Report

Re-Opening of San Francisco’s Economy, November Report

While local bridge traffic is back to around 90 percent of its pre-Covid volume, BART ridership is still down by nearly 80 percent and weekly office attendance within the San Francisco Metropolitan area – which includes Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo counties – is still... Read More »

459,000 Bay Area Jobs Have Been Recovered, 192,000 Left to Go

459,000 Bay Area Jobs Have Been Recovered, 192,000 Left to Go

Having increased by an upwardly revised 6,600 in September, the net number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck increased by 4,200 in October to 540,200, dropping the unemployment rate to 3.9 percent with 31,500 more employed residents in the city than there were at the same... Read More »

430K Bay Area Jobs Have Been Recovered, 220K Left to Go

430K Bay Area Jobs Have Been Recovered, 220K Left to Go

Having slipped by (an upwardly revised) 2,400 in August, the number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck increased by 6,300 in September to 535,700, dropping the unemployment rate to 4.1 percent with 42,500 more employed residents in the city than there were at the same time... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Slipped Last Month

Bay Area Employment Slipped Last Month

Having jumped by (a downwardly revised) 11,600 in July, the number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck (529,600) slipped by 2,200 in August. But with 3,700 people having left the labor force, the unemployment rate actually inched down to 5.0 percent. And while there are still... Read More »

New Unemployment Claims Drop but Remain Historically High

New Unemployment Claims Drop but Remain Historically High

The number of new unemployment claims filed across the Bay Area dropped to 126,835 in July, which was the fewest new claims in a month since the pandemic hit, down from a pandemic high of 441,813 in March of last year and versus an average of 190,400 a month... Read More »

Delta Variant Stalls the Recovery in San Francisco

Delta Variant Stalls the Recovery in San Francisco

To quote a new report from San Francisco’s Office of the Controller and Economic Analysis, “the emergence of the Delta variant has stalled aspects of the city’s economic recovery,” with a pullback in the amount of time residents have spent outside their homes; another dip in office attendance; and... Read More »