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 Payrolls in California grow by 11,800

Payrolls in California grow by 11,800

California's employers added 11,800 jobs in March, a modest increase but one that nevertheless kept momentum going in the job market.

California adds 11,800 jobs, unemployment rate holds at 8.1%

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Report: Mathematicians have the best jobs, lumberjacks have the worst

Report: Mathematicians have the best jobs, lumberjacks have the worst

Job hunters on the prowl for a career change might want to brush up on their math skills: Mathematicians have the best jobs in 2014, one...

Jobless claims edge up, but 4-week average falls to prerecession level

Jobless claims edge up, but 4-week average falls to prerecession level

Initial jobless claims over the previous month hit their lowest level since the start of the Great Recession, indicating the labor market...

Obamacare effects are bigger than expected, poll finds

Obamacare effects are bigger than expected, poll finds

WASHINGTON — President Obama's health law has led to an even greater increase in health coverage than previously estimated,...

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