UCLA Anderson Forecast: Sustained 3 Percent Growth by Second Quarter of 2014, 200,000 Jobs Added per Month as Unemployment Rate Declines to 6 Percent by End of 2015
California remains split as coastal areas continue to lead recovery and inland areas lag behind
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The December 2013 UCLA Anderson Forecast ended the year with a New Year’s resolution for the nation: Start saving now, before it’s too late. According to Forecast economists, a slow-rolling catastrophe of grossly inadequate national savings is upon us, and the crisis will affect us on personal, city, state and national levels.Read More »
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