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IMPORTANT NOTE:
 The employment data for the month of September 2020 is taken from the survey week including September 12. Data for the survey week including October 12 is scheduled for release on November 20.

October 17, 2020 - SACRAMENTO – California’s unemployment rate improved to an even 11 percent in September as the state’s employers added 96,000 jobs1, according to data released on Friday by the California Employment Development Department (EDD) from two surveys. This comes after August’s upward-revised gain of 113,800 jobs (+11,900 jobs from previously reported gain). California has now regained more than a third (38 percent) of the 2,615,800 nonfarm jobs lost during March and April as a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

California payroll jobs totaled 15,982,300 in September 2020, up 96,000 from August 2020 but down from 1,538,900 from September 2019.

California’s Labor Market, by the Numbers...

  • September’s unemployment rate of 11.0 percent2 marked the second consecutive month since March 2020 that California’s unemployment rate was lower than the 12.3 percent mark set during the height of the Great Recession (March, October, and November 2010).
  • Seven of California’s 11 industry sectors gained jobs last month. Leisure & Hospitality (+48,400) had the largest job gain after experiencing the largest month-over loss in August thanks to large growth in Accommodation and Food Services.
  • Month-over growth in Trade, Transportation and Utilities (+30,600) was aided by gains in Retail Trade – specifically Clothing and Clothing Accessory Stores.
  • Government (-14,300) posted the largest industry job loss in September with losses in Federal Government largely due to losses in census worker employment driving the sector’s numbers down.

1. The nonfarm payroll job numbers come from a federal survey of 80,000 California businesses.
2. The unemployment rate comes from a separate federal survey of 5,100 California households.

Data Trends about Jobs in the Economy

Total Nonfarm Payroll Jobs

This information comes from a monthly survey of approximately 80,000 California businesses that estimates jobs in the economy – seasonally adjusted.

  • Month-over – Total nonfarm jobs in California’s 11 major industries totaled 15,982,300 in September – a net gain of 96,000 jobs from August. This followed an upward-revised (+11,900) gain of 113,800 jobs in August.
  • Year-over – Total nonfarm jobs decreased by 1,488,900 (an 8.5 percent decrease) from September 2019 to September 2020 compared to the U.S. annual loss of 9,648,000 jobs (a 6.4 percent decrease).

Total Farm jobs – The number of jobs in the agriculture industry increased by 2,000 from August 2020 to 328,800 jobs in September. The agricultural industry has lost 96,600 farm jobs since September 2019.

Data Trends about Workers in the Economy

Employment and Unemployment in California

This information is based on a monthly federal survey of 5,100 California households which focuses on workers in the economy.

  • Employed – The number of Californians holding jobs in September was 16,618,200, an increase of 47,300 jobs from August’s total of 16,570,900, but down 2,082,200 from the employment total in September of last year.
  • Unemployed – The number of unemployed Californians was 2,058,800 in September, a decrease of 27,900 over the month, but up by 1,300,900 compared with September of last year.

Unemployment Insurance Claims (Not Seasonally Adjusted)

The following data is from a sample week that includes the 19th of each month: In related data that figures into the state’s unemployment rate, there were 2,801,538 people certifying for Unemployment Insurance benefits during the September 2020 sample week. That compares to 2,837,209 people in August 2020 and 281,060 people in September 2019. Concurrently, 226,272 initial claims were processed in the September 2020 sample week, which was a month-over increase of 29,417 claims from August 2020 and a year-over increase of 190,944 claims from September 2019.

MONTHLY LABOR FORCE DATA FOR COUNTIES
September 2020 (Preliminary); 2019 Benchmark
NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
COUNTYLABOR FORCEEMPLOYMENTUNEMPLOYMENTRATE
STATE TOTAL 18,761,200 16,744,000 2,017,200 10.8%
ALAMEDA 806,200 731,400 74,900 9.3%
ALPINE 460 410 50 10.7%
AMADOR 14,150 12,920 1,230 8.7%
BUTTE 93,900 85,900 8,000 8.5%
CALAVERAS 20,320 18,810 1,510 7.4%
COLUSA 9,850 8,810 1,040 10.6%
CONTRA COSTA 536,000 486,200 49,800 9.3%
DEL NORTE 9,130 8,320 810 8.8%
EL DORADO 88,800 82,200 6,600 7.5%
FRESNO 442,500 396,500 45,900 10.4%
GLENN 12,650 11,730 920 7.3%
HUMBOLDT 59,600 55,000 4,500 7.6%
IMPERIAL 67,800 53,300 14,600 21.5%
INYO 8,130 7,540 590 7.3%
KERN 369,100 323,500 45,700 12.4%
KINGS 55,200 49,500 5,700 10.3%
LAKE 28,680 26,200 2,480 8.6%
LASSEN 9,150 8,580 570 6.3%
LOS ANGELES 4,942,400 4,196,300 746,100 15.1%
MADERA 61,600 55,800 5,800 9.4%
MARIN 133,400 124,700 8,600 6.5%
MARIPOSA 7,660 7,010 650 8.4%
MENDOCINO 36,670 33,620 3,050 8.3%
MERCED 114,600 102,500 12,100 10.6%
MODOC 3,030 2,830 200 6.5%
MONO 6,610 5,870 740 11.2%
MONTEREY 194,200 177,200 17,100 8.8%
NAPA 71,500 66,000 5,400 7.6%
NEVADA 45,780 42,380 3,390 7.4%
ORANGE 1,571,600 1,429,300 142,200 9.0%
PLACER 181,300 168,400 12,800 7.1%
PLUMAS 7,540 6,950 590 7.8%
RIVERSIDE 1,084,100 969,900 114,200 10.5%
SACRAMENTO 703,700 634,800 68,900 9.8%
SAN BENITO 30,400 27,700 2,700 8.7%
SAN BERNARDINO 951,900 853,800 98,200 10.3%
SAN DIEGO 1,560,000 1,419,100 140,900 9.0%
SAN FRANCISCO 564,600 517,100 47,500 8.4%
SAN JOAQUIN 323,000 286,200 36,800 11.4%
SAN LUIS OBISPO 130,100 120,800 9,400 7.2%
SAN MATEO 439,900 408,600 31,300 7.1%
SANTA BARBARA 211,700 196,100 15,600 7.4%
SANTA CLARA 1,023,900 951,700 72,100 7.0%
SANTA CRUZ 128,700 118,300 10,400 8.1%
SHASTA 72,600 66,900 5,700 7.8%
SIERRA 1,250 1,170 80 6.7%
SISKIYOU 15,920 14,570 1,350 8.5%
SOLANO 202,600 182,900 19,700 9.7%
SONOMA 250,900 232,800 18,100 7.2%
STANISLAUS 237,100 212,800 24,300 10.3%
SUTTER 41,200 36,900 4,200 10.3%
TEHAMA 24,630 22,620 2,010 8.2%
TRINITY 4,340 4,050 290 6.7%
TULARE 190,600 167,300 23,300 12.2%
TUOLUMNE 19,400 17,540 1,860 9.6%
VENTURA 407,300 373,100 34,100 8.4%
YOLO 103,800 96,400 7,400 7.1%
YUBA 28,100 25,100 3,000 10.6%

Source: CA. EDD

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