September 20, 2018
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After three months of job losses during a devastating surge in Covid-19 cases, Los Angeles County’s economy finally perked up in February.
Los Angeles County’s jobs report for December provided a grim capstone for the region’s worst year for jobs in more than eight decades.
The September jobs report for Los Angeles County was a welcome dose of good news, as the unemployment rate fell to 15.1% — its lowest level since March — and the county saw a robust gain of 37,600 payroll jobs.