Sacramento Update

Want a good job in California? Good luck with that

L.A. County’s manufacturing sector has suffered massive job losses over the last decade, but a new report points to worse news — those positions have been replaced by jobs that pay less than half as much.

That’s the sweep of a new report released Wednesday by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp.

The region has lost 89,000 manufacturing jobs since 2007. Those jobs paid an average annual wage of $52,000. During that same period the county added 92,000 new jobs in the food service industry, but the average yearly pay for those jobs is just $20,000.

Read the whole story in the Los Angeles Daily News

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  1. Yep.. NO surprise after Jerry and his band of Radical Socialists have destroyed business with Minimum wage disasters, massive Soviet style regulations and the Global Warming hoax that is making his friends billions while driving out jobs and impoverishing the rest of the state.. NOT to onetime the infrastructure that is collating while h taxes the bejeus out of everybody…

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