Friday, March 25, 2011

100,000 new jobs in California in February

A hiring surge led by California's hallmark industries — high tech, movies and tourism — generated nearly 100,000 net new jobs in February and offered the strongest sign yet that the state economy is on the mend.
The 96,500-job jump was the biggest monthly increase since the current record system began in 1990, state officials said. California had added a paltry 700 jobs in January. end quote.

Actually this is better news than even you might think. California because of its extremely innovative culture has led the U.S. economy out of every recession since the 1970s or before. So, this is incredibly good news for the entire U.S. economy and good news for those in the world that like the U.S. being successful once again.

1 comment:

sarkari naukri said...

Thank you for sharing .... thank very much....

sarkari naukri