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41 percent job growth in the key industries of transportation, utilities and healthcare
These markets also have job growth above the national average," Johnsey said.
A year ago, the pattern was different: in July 2013, home price changes were more highly correlated with the peak-to-trough price decline than with job growth (year-over-year in December 2012).
But if you look at the metropolitan areas that led the pack in terms of net job growth, they tended to have younger business establishments, on average, than those that lagged behind.
The study also showed that only two census tracts in the "high job growth region" have housing defined as "affordable.
At a Bloomberg / Google breakfast, a new study was released by the Bay Area Council Economic Institute (BACEI) and Engine Advocacy that found that technology industries are fueling job growth across the country.
Combine the aforementioned with rising living expenses related to local/states taxes, food, insurance, and fuel/energy, and the result is tight budgets for many families - and in some cases no disposable income for households - another constraint on GDP growth and job growth.
economy over the last year and Gross Domestic Product, the most common measure of the overall economy, has shown some volatility," commented Dawn McLaren, an economist with the JPMorgan Chase Economic Outlook Center, which publishes the monthly Job Growth Update and its quarterly companion, the National Consensus Forecast of Labor Employment, Compensation and Productivity.
7 percent of California's non-farm job growth came from three housing-related industries -- residential construction, residential speciality trade contracting and real estate.
Has the state's low jobless rate - which translates into higher hiring and other employee-related costs for the state's employers - helped funnel the job growth occurring nationwide to other states?
Through this data, we have insight into the performance of industries and metro areas across the United States, and by comparing this information against Trulia's findings we see the correlation between job growth and home ownership.