Despite some recent global economic influence, a new report says that California should remain optimistic about the consistent growth the state has seen. The report acknowledges that there is some additional risk currently, but it is still not enough to get really concerned with. The job growth is expected to beat the national average this year.
While the obvious initial cause of this growth and consistency has been the tech economy in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, much of the expected growth this time around is expected to come from Stockton and Oakland. These two cities have been gaining a lot of traction and market interest and there is still a lot more that can be done there.
For the full article click the link here.