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Bay Area Employment Still Down by 400K, Labor Force Dropping

Bay Area Employment Still Down by 400K, Labor Force Dropping

While the estimated number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck increased by 5,900 in August to 515,900, the labor force shrank by 7,800 to 565,700 for an unemployment rate of 8.8 percent (versus 9.4 percent at the height of the Great Recession). As such, while employment... Read More »

Bay Area Employment up by 63K in July, Down 440K YOY

Bay Area Employment up by 63K in July, Down 440K YOY

While the number of San Francisco residents with a job increased by 12,400 last month, there are still 66,900 fewer employed people in the city (511,200) than there were prior to the pandemic (578,100) and 62,400 fewer than at the same time last year (573,600) with an unemployment rate... Read More »

114,000 Bay Area Residents Returned to Work Last Month, But…

114,000 Bay Area Residents Returned to Work Last Month, But…

While an estimated 16,000 San Francisco residents were either newly hired or returned to work last month, for a total of 499,100 employed, there are still 74,800 fewer employed people in the city than there were prior to the pandemic and 66,300 fewer than at the same time last... Read More »

Bay Area Unemployment Rate Drops with Labor Force Decline

Bay Area Unemployment Rate Drops with Labor Force Decline

Based on employment data through the second week of May, the estimated number of San Francisco residents with a paycheck has dropped by over 92,000 over the past three months to 481,500, while the labor force has shrunk by over 36,000 to 550,900, for an unemployment rate of 12.6... Read More »

Bay Area Unemployment Hits 13 Percent, Labor Force Shrinks

Bay Area Unemployment Hits 13 Percent, Labor Force Shrinks

Based on employment data through the second week of April, at which point the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was still picking up steam, the estimated number of San Francisco residents with a paycheck has dropped by nearly 92,000 over the past two months to 482,100 and the... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Dropped by at Least 77,000 Last Month

Bay Area Employment Dropped by at Least 77,000 Last Month

Based on employment data through the second week of March, which predates the bulk of the ongoing economic impact caused by COVID-19, the estimated number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck has already dropped by at least 13,100 to 560,800, representing at least 5,400 fewer employed... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Held Last Month, But…

Bay Area Employment Held Last Month, But…

Having been downwardly revised by the State at the start of the year, the estimated number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck inched up by 1,100 in February to 574,100, which was 7,400 more employed residents than at the same time last year, with an unemployment... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Slips, Unemployment Inches Up

Bay Area Employment Slips, Unemployment Inches Up

Having benefited from a seasonal bump in the onboarding of new graduates in September, the number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck inched up by another 100 in October and now totals a record 579,900. But with a labor force that increased by 900 over the... Read More »

Bay Area Unemployment Rates Drop to Record Lows

Bay Area Unemployment Rates Drop to Record Lows

Benefiting from a seasonal bump in the onboarding of new graduates, the number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck increased by 7,100 in September and now totals a record 580,800. And with a labor force of 591,400, the unemployment rate has dropped to a record low... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Holds, Unemployment Rate Down

Bay Area Employment Holds, Unemployment Rate Down

Having benefited from a seasonal bump in July, the number of people living in San Francisco with a paycheck, which is now estimated at 573,600, was unchanged in August. But with the labor force having since shed 1,100 people, the unemployment rate in the city has dropped from 2.4... Read More »