Burbank, CA Jobs Report
Real time jobs report data summary. Figures are based on the latest data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS.gov). All jobs numbers are for non-farm employment.
This month’s unemployment rate was 4.8% vs. 5.1% expected, 5.2% in August. U.S. employers unexpectedly hired at a slower pace in September than in August. This is likely due to the labor supply shortages and virus-related impacts that are still putting pressure on the economic recovery.
The latest coronavirus wave led to a second straight month of disappointing job growth in September, as Americans avoided restaurants and travel and were reluctant to rejoin the workforce.
Total employment has yet to return to pre-pandemic levels, the civilian labor force was still down by about 3.1 million individuals compared to February 2020 as of September.
*The following chart displays the latest local job growth by sector compared to the previous month. Note that if a sector experienced losses or flat growth, it will not be displayed as part of the graphic.
BLS.gov cannot vouch for the data or analyses derived from these data after the data have been retrieved from BLS.gov. The BLS defines a sector as a subset of the domestic economy and excludes the economic activities of the following: general government, private households, and nonprofit organizations serving individuals. A sector consists of multiple industries. The BLS defines an industry as a group of establishments that produce similar products or provide similar services. Multiple industries makeup sectors.