Region’s economy growing, but slowly
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Op/ed: Rose Bowl is the kick-off to résumé season
It is the beginning of the New Year, a day filled with hope, resolutions and football games. The optimistic among us look ahead at 364 upcoming opportunities to have great days and make great things happen.
Editorial: The perils of a declining Golden State population
California’s stubbornly high unemployment rate reflects structural problems that simply will not go away.
Experts predict slow job growth for SLO
Economist Chris Thornberg said tourism and consumer spending are driving San Luis Obispo County’s recovery. But don’t expect large jobs gains for at least the next two years. Speaking at the Central Coast Economic Forecast in Paso Robles on June 7, the Beacon Economics founding partner said he expects the county’s total employment to be Read More →
Tri-Counties at center of critical doctor deficit
The Tri-Counties is among the most affected regions as California suffers from a statewide physician shortage that’s expected to become more critical as the years go by. In the epicenter of the crisis are the cities of Santa Barbara and Lompoc, which are both having trouble attracting and retaining primary care physicians — but for Read More →