Job? Got to Stay With The Job

March 29, 2012 at 3:27 am Leave a comment

The LA Times wrote today

“California’s unemployment rate will remain elevated for the next couple of years, according to a new UCLA forecast, and in some parts of the state won’t return to pre-recession levels until 2016.
Still, the state’s labor market is on the mend and is likely to heal faster than the nation as a whole, economists at the UCLA Anderson Forecast said Wednesday.
California’s jobless rate, which was 10.9% last month, is expected to fall to 7.7% by the end of 2014, just slightly above the U.S. average, the forecast said. Growth in the San Francisco Bay Area continues to outpace the nation, led by the technology sector. Even hard-hit areas such as the Central Valley and the Inland Empire are seeing job gains.
In contrast to other parts of the country, California’s labor force is growing, fed largely by workers who are encouraged by their employment prospects, said Jerry Nickelsburg, a senior economist at UCLA Anderson. That is keeping the state’s unemployment rate high even as the employers are adding jobs.

I guess that means job-hunting for another job will be easy.   Recently, I have been thinking about  leaving my job and going back to school.  Maybe, I will think twice about doing that even though job is considered to be a major relapse trigger.  I just going have to deal with the stress that jobs gives me and learn more healthier ways to cope than the methods that I used in the past.



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