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Unemployment Ticks up in SF, but Employment Ticks up Even More

Unemployment Ticks up in SF, but Employment Ticks up Even More

While the unemployment rate in San Francisco ticked up from 3.3 percent in September to 3.4 percent last month, it was driven by an increase in the size of the labor force and the number of people living in the city with a job increased by 2,400 to a... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Hits a New High

Bay Area Employment Hits a New High

The number of people living in San Francisco with a job increased by 3,500 last month to a record 547,100. As such, there are now 81,600 more people living in San Francisco with paychecks than there were at the end of 2000, an increase of 110,400 since January of... Read More »

Record High Employment in San Francisco and the Valley

Record High Employment in San Francisco and the Valley

Having jumped like Kris Kross in July, the number of people living in San Francisco with a job increased by another 1,400 last month to a record 543,400. And as such, there are now 77,900 more people living in San Francisco with paychecks than there were at the end... Read More »

Bay Area Employment Jumped Like Kris Kross in July

Bay Area Employment Jumped Like Kris Kross in July

With school year seasonality and an influx of interns in play, both the labor force and number of people living in San Francisco with a job jumped like Kris Kross in July. While the jumps were to be expected, the 9,900 person increase in the labor force was 65... Read More »

Where the Most San Franciscans Will Live and Work in 25 Years

Where the Most San Franciscans Will Live and Work in 25 Years

Taking into account current neighborhood populations and commercial corridors, along with the pipeline of residential and commercial development and neighborhood plans for growth, such as the Central SoMa Plan, the City has mapped San Francisco’s projected population and employment centers circa 2040: Read More »

Bay Area Unemployment Rates Jump, but Here’s Why

Bay Area Unemployment Rates Jump, but Here’s Why

While the unemployment rate in San Francisco jumped from 2.9 percent in May to 3.5 percent in June, there are actually 400 more people living in the city with a job. But with school year seasonally in play, the labor force increased by 4,000 and drove the unemployment rate... Read More »

Employment in San Francisco Drops Along with its Labor Force

Employment in San Francisco Drops Along with its Labor Force

While the unemployment rate in San Francisco dropped to 2.9 percent last month, the lowest unemployment rate since the dot-com boom when it hit 2.4 percent, the drop from 3.1 percent in April was driven by a reduction in the labor force (-2,700) and employment in the city actually... Read More »

Big Developer Lowers Expectations Citing Lower Than Expected Rents

As we wrote when we first reported that asking rents in San Francisco had barely moved in the first quarter of the year, “there are roughly 7,300 units of housing under construction in San Francisco, including at least a thousand new apartments which will be ready for occupancy within... Read More »

Employment in San Francisco Stalls, Slips in the East Bay

Employment in San Francisco Stalls, Slips in the East Bay

While the unemployment rate in San Francisco has dropped to 3.1 percent, the lowest unemployment rate since the end of the dot-com boom, the drop from 3.3 percent in March was driven by 900 people leaving the labor force versus the 100 jobs that were added. In fact, the... Read More »

San Francisco and East Bay Employment Slip

San Francisco and East Bay Employment Slip

While the unemployment rate in San Francisco has now held at 3.3 percent for four months in a row, the number of people living in the city with a job slipped by 300 in March to 535,200. And while it’s a nominal change, it’s the first March without a... Read More »