Five years after the Great Recession ended, the California economy looks like a patchwork quilt. This week, Capital Public Radio and KPCC are teaming up to report on how the strength of California’s recovery varies depending on where you live.
Five years since the end of the Great Recession, California’s economy is on the mend. Our weeklong series on California’s uneven recovery starts with a look at the Bay Area, where the tech boom has driven unemployment rate down and housing prices up.
As brutal as the Central Valley economy has fared over the last several years, it’s starting to bounce back. Our series “Fits and Starts” on California’s uneven economic recovery continues with a look at the Central Valley.
The next story in the weeklong series "Fits and Starts" on California's uneven economic recovery focuses on Los Angeles and Orange County, where the tourism industry took a beating during the recession but has come back even stronger.
The Great Recession hit few places as hard as Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. Five years later, a boom in warehouse jobs is helping turn the region around.
Many of San Diego’s industries were shielded from the recession. But construction took a major hit. See how the region is rebounding as we wrap up our series on California’s economic recovery.