Redlands, California – According to a new study from the Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis (ISEA) at the University of Redlands, jobs in the state have increased 236,700, or 1.4%, since last April. Riverside and San Bernardino counties grew 3.1% for the year.
The largest job gains across California were in education and health services, with 69,700 jobs added in the past year. Job gains in this industry were highest in Los Angeles County (+25,900 jobs), El Dorado Placer Sacramento and Yolo counties (+6,400 jobs), and Riverside and San Bernardino counties (+ 5,900 jobs).
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About the Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis (ISEA) at the University of Redlands
The Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis (ISEA) serves business leaders and regional, national and global governments in their needs to better understand how socio-economic phenomena affect their communities. A division of the University of Redlands School of Business, ISEA publishes ongoing and timely reports covering retail, employment, housing, logistics and other special topics. A key distinction of the Institute is its ability to illustrate trends and economic models through the use of geospatial mapping techniques. Additionally, ISEA’s ability to provide postcode-level analysis for many of its reports provides unprecedented detail. Current ISEA economic data and interactive maps are available at http://www.iseapublish.com/map/
About the University of Redlands
The University of Redlands is a private, non-profit university that connects students to a world of opportunity, driven by their passions and potential. Conveniently located near beaches, mountains and desert in the heart of Southern California, the University offers over 50 undergraduate programs, as well as 20 graduate programs in Business, Communication Disorders, Education, geographic information systems and music, combining liberal and professional arts. programs, applied and theoretical studies, traditional majors and self-designed study programs. For undergraduates, the University has one of the highest study abroad participation rates among its peers; an NCAA Division III athletic program contributes to the many extracurricular opportunities available; and students perform over 120,000 hours of public service per year. The distinctive Johnston Center for Integrative Studies enables motivated undergraduates to negotiate their own interdisciplinary study program with a committee of faculty / peers. In addition to an award-winning 160-acre residential campus in Redlands with orange groves, architectural landmarks and over 1,700 trees, the University includes seven regional sites, offering innovative programs at places and times convenient for adults. who work. Surveys show that generations of alumni have found that the University, established in 1907, prepared them well for professional success and lifelong learning.