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U.S. adds jobs, but unemployment still rises

U.S. add jobs, unemployment rate stays flat

U.S employers added more jobs than expected in January, but not enough to keep the national unemployment rate from rising slightly, according to data released Friday. Overall, the economy added 277,000 jobs during the first month of the year, with many of those in construction and retail, the U.S. Bureau …

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Manufacturing returns to form

Another Good Month for Inland Empire Manufacturing

As expected, manufacturing in the Inland Empire bounced back in January, according to data released Wednesday. The region’s purchasing managers index was 56.8 during the first month of the year, up from 47.4 in December, the Institute of Applied Research and Policy Analysis reported. Anything 50 or above means the …

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State unemployment down

Large Job Gains Doesn’t Stop Unemployment Jump

California’s unemployment rate fell to 5.2 percent in December, as state employers added a net of 3,700 non-agricultural jobs, according to data released Friday. Trade, utilities, transportation and hospitality posted the largest gains, while professional and business services – usually a reliable growth category – posted losses, the state Employment …

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More jobs, but unemployment still goes up

Unemployment, Jobs Both Rise

The U.S. economy added an estimated 156,000 non-agricultural jobs in December, according to data released Friday. Wages were up 2.9 percent year-over-year, the strongest gain in that category in seven years and a sign that the economic recovery is finally showing up in workers’ paychecks, the U.S. Bureau of Labor …

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Inland Empire Manufacturing Slumps

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The Inland Empire’s manufacturing sector is no longer growing. The two-county region’s purchasing managers index was 47.4 in December, the third consecutive month that figure was below 50, according to data released Wednesday by the Institute of Applied Research and Policy Analysis at Cal State Fullerton. Because 50 is the …

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Inland Empire Economic Growth Revised Up

Asian-Owned Businesses Continue to Grow

The Inland Empire economy grew slightly more during the third quarter than previously estimated, according to data recently released. Riverside and San Bernardino County’s gross metropolitan product grew 2.6 percent annually through the third quarter, not 2.2 percent as was reported last month, the UC Riverside School of Business Center …

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