Tag Archives: employment statistics

Hardly a Tsunami

Here in the San Francisco Bay Area we get tsunamis all the time… fog tsunamis… With all the news about the economy doing so well you’d expect a wave of new employment, but not so fast. June 2018 employment stats … Continue reading

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Thankful

So thankful this year is coming to a close. Need a free tip? Stay healthy! Employment health? Not so much either. The “seasonally adjusted” employment figure for California looks okay but November 2016 is a repeat of 2015 with a … Continue reading

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Like So Much Blue Sky

What’s up with the Golden State? Employers have been talking about hiring but for the second month in a row the employment figure for the Bay Area has dipped below the trendline (see July 2013 data in Bay Area Employment … Continue reading

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Plateau? Top? Bottom?

My visual reading of Bay Area employment trends suggests a leveling off of growth. (see See the Bay Area Employment Trends page (at top) for June 2013 data) Is this a plateau before the next leg up or a top … Continue reading

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Employment and Real Estate

Many components go into the demand equation for commercial real estate. Local Bay Area employment is one area on which I spy. Look for semi-regular updates to employment statistics in the Employment Trends page (above). Separately, I really wanted to … Continue reading

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