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State employers add jobs

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California’s unemployment rate fell to 4.9 percent in October, as state employers added 31,700 jobs, according to data released Friday. That represented a drop of 0.2 percent from September, the state Employment Development Department reported in its monthly assessment of the state’s job market. Most sectors posted gains, with leisure/hospitality …

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Economy posts major job gains

Unemployment, Jobs Both Rise

U.S. employers added 261,000 non-agricultural jobs last month, as the economy appeared to snap out of the hurricane-induced slum it suffered through in September. Employment grew in food services and drinking establishes,  professional and business services, manufacturing, and health care, according to data released Friday by the Bureau Of Labor …

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Affordable Care Act has helped the Inland Empire

That was the consensus reached at a symposium at Claremont Graduate University, although participants agreed the federal health care program – better known as Obamacare – is far from perfect. The Affordable Care Act has been a boon to the Inland Empire by getting more people health care insurance while …

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IE manufacturing, economy, keeps growing

Manufacturing in the Inland Empire grew for the 10th consecutive month in October Last month’s purchasing manager’s index was 54.8, virtually unchanged from September, a sign that the local manufacturing sector and economy “remain comfortably in growth mode,” according to data released Wednesday by the Institute of Applied Research and …

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U.S economy keeps growing

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The U.S. economy grew at an annual rate of three percent during the third quarter of this year, according to data released Friday. The figure followed a 3.1 percent rise in the gross domestic product – which measures the total output of all goods and services – during the second …

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IE to add more jobs, not enough houses

Conference on Exports Scheduled

The U.S. economy will likely grow by about 2.5 percent during the fourth quarter of this year, and 2017 will be a stronger growth year than the previous two years, according to a forecast released today. “Short of some major change in government policy, there’s nothing on the near-term horizon …

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