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Employment trends and wages in banking and credit industries 

October 27, 2016
From March 2015 to March 2016, employment in commercial banking increased by 2.3 percent, while employment in savings institutions decreased by 16.6 percent. Employment at credit unions increased by 3.6 percent. Full Text »
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Longitudinal data from the Occupational Employment Statistics survey  
Matthew Dey, Elizabeth Weber Handwerker


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Labor market risks of a magnitude-6.8 Hayward Fault earthquake in the San Francisco Bay Area: an update

The 2015 Hollywood blockbuster movie “San Andreas” portrayed a doomsday scenario whereby virtually all of California was devastated by a major earthquake. Although the movie version is almost certainly different from a likely major earthquake scenario in California, the threat of a major and damaging earthquake in Northern California, and especially the San Francisco Bay Area is real, imminent and would be disruptive to businesses and the regional economy.
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