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Job growth expected to keep slowing in California

California’s economic engine has slowed somewhat in 2017 and that’s expected to continue in coming years as employers have trouble finding workers in the expensive state, according to a new report. The latest UCLA Anderson Forecast, released Wednesday, calls for job growth of 1.8% by year’s end,...
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