California economy improves slightly as job growth inches up.
Private payrolls grew in six of the first seven months of 2010, and the 13,700 job gain in July 2010 was the state's second largest in the last three years. In addition, the state's unemployment rate has dropped three of four months from a March 2010 peak of 12.6 percent to September's 12.3 percent. The consensus among economic forecasters seems to be that the economy will continue a slow expansion and gradually strengthen over time, but unevenly.
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|Date:||Oct 1, 2010|
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