Monthly Report – March 2023

While companies continue to cut costs and make layoffs in the wake of a highly anticipated (though not clearly signaled) recession, the nation’s ratio of available workers to open positions remains less than one to one. This means that there are more open positions across the United States than unemployed people available to fill them.

It’s time for San Diego to rethink talent pipeline development.

here’s how from our talent Initiatives manager → 

By the numbers

  • 2.9% record low unemployment rate—Q4 2022
  • $92K median home price in San Diego—Q4 2022
  • $3.23 rent per sq. ft for commercial real estate—Q4 2022
  • $13.2M secured by ALE from California Energy Commission

Featured stories

New and renewing investors

  • Equus Workforce Solutions (prev. ResCare)
  • Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW)
  • Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch
  • H.G. Fenton Company
  • YMC of San Diego County
  • Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

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