Tag Archives: Los Angeles employment

Office employment update | August 2016

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Between July 2015 and July 2016, total nonfarm employment in Los Angeles County increased by 75,900 jobs, or 1.8 percent.

HealtOfficeEmployment_July2016h care and social assistance expanded payrolls by 21,800 and helped drive up employment in educational and
health services (up 30,800) for the largest year-over increase.

Professional and business services added 15,300 jobs.… Read More

Los Angeles unemployment rate lowest in 10 years

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Los Angeles unemployment reached 4.3 percent in May, the lowest level in 10 years, signaling full employment. The region’s economic recovery typically lags the state and the nation, but now boasts the lowest unemployment rate.

How much further can the LA economy grow? The Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation… Read More

Office employment update: Los Angeles | June 2016

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Between May 2015 and May 2016, Los Angeles County nonfarm employment increased by 101,000 or 2.4 percent.

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  • Educational and health services led the year-over gains adding 37,200 jobs. More than three-quarters of the employment expansion was concentrated in health care and social assistance (up 28,300). Educational services contributed 8,900 jobs to the
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Office employment update: Los Angeles | May 2016

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Between April 2015 and April 2016, Los Angeles County nonfarm employment increased
by 106,800 or 2.5 percent.

LAOffice_EmploymentMay16

  • Educational and health services registered the largest year-over expansion with an addition of 37,900 jobs. Health care and social assistance added 28,800 jobs to account for three fourths of the increase. Educational services accounted for
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Office employment update: Los Angeles | February 2016

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Between January 2015 and January 2016, Los Angeles County nonfarm employment
increased by 93,300 or 2.2 percent.

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  • Educational and health services reported the largest year-over job increase, adding 32,600. Health care and social assistance (up 27,100) drove up employment and accounted for 83 percent of the industry expansion. Ambulatory health care services (up 11,100)
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