The California Employment Development Department in its recent study found that the unemployment rate had worsened. In fact, the unemployment rate was now greater than 13 percent.
At average, California unemployment rate is 13.2 percent. From January 2008 to March 2010, jobless people at this part of the country have been adding up. In fact, each county in California has registered an unemployment downfall.
The rise may have been due to companies still on the lay-off trail or closing due to poor demand of their services or products.
California fell short in its steps to minimize the impact of global recession to its already poor economic conditions. Consequently, more and more Californians are losing jobs on a daily basis.