California Unemployment Dips to 10.1%

Sacramento Unemployment Office

SACRAMENTO-

The state’s labor market showed continued strength in October as California employers added 45,800 nonfarm jobs to payrolls last month, outpacing the U.S. growth rate.

The unemployment rate dipped slightly to 10.1% from 10.2%, according to data released Friday by the state Employment Development Department.

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  • James Liclican

    The unemployment count is wrong. You only count the people that are on your paperwork, what about the people that are not on your paperwork. Who dont collect unemployment and are still looking for a job