San Diego leads nation in online job ads
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
Ken Goldstein is an economist with the non-partisan organization. He says while
online job ads increased in San Diego last month, job growth is slowing down.
Goldstein: But the not so good news is that the overall labor market is cooling off, but again the whole pack, the whole country, the whole region is losing a little bit of steam, San Diego, at least at the moment, is still at the head of that pack.
The Conference Board started tracking the number of new, online jobs last year.
Goldstein says the survey is one of several tools the firm uses to track employment trends. It also produces the Consumer Confidence Index for the U.S. and other countries.
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