California’s economic growth has slowed compared to the U.S. economy and the trend of slowing growth will continue over the next two years with GDP growth declining to 2.3 percent, the California Lutheran University Center for Economic Research and Forecasting said in its Sept. 21 forecast. Job growth is expected to drop to 1.3 percent, Read More →
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The Central Coast labor market is growing at a rate faster than the state’s, led by an all-time high in nonfarm employment, according to analysis from the Central Coast Economic Forecast. About 400 people flocked to the Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo on Nov. 6 for the annual forecast. Chris Thornberg and Jordan Levine of Read More →