San Francisco

Understanding Opportunities in the Bay Area's Economy

12:30 p.m. | Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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The Bay Area added nearly 100,000 jobs last year, but future job prospects are uneven, with significant growth only at the top and bottom ends of the wage scale. What do the trends suggest for the region’s economy, and what are some of the opportunities for low- and moderate-income workers?

+ Jon Haveman / Haveman Economic Consulting
+ Steve Levy / Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy


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