UCLA economists worry the delayed job growth will cause trouble in California. In the Bay Area, the search is on for tech specs, which is a major reason as to why the employment level has recovered in that area. Economists are not sure about other areas such as the Central Valley and Inland Empire. These two areas may keep thousands of people unemployed for a long time.
One economist told the LA Times, "Yes, California is growing, but the recovery has not narrowed the gap between the coastal parts of the state and the inland parts of the state."
The unemployment rate is expected to drop from 8.7 percent to 8.5 percent. Economists say the California economy is growing but slowly.
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