Economy / Jobs

Amazon Credited for Creating 4,000 Local Jobs Since 2010

RETAIL: Corporation Says It Has Pumped $2.3 Billion Directly Into Local Economy

Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) recently offered some hard numbers about its impact on the San Diego region and the San Diego economy.

USD Students Land Internships to Jump Start Real Estate Careers

EDUCATION: ICSC Foundation Launch Academy Offers Program to Diversify Industry Opportunities

Earlier this year, three University of San Diego School of Business undergraduate real estate students were awarded internships by the ICSC Foundation Launch Academy.

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The San Diego Workforce Partnership along with help from the city of San Diego, is expanding three workforce training programs that help underrepresented communities secure quality jobs and help them start meaningful careers in both he public and private sector.

Businesses Upbeat About the Months Ahead

Cal State San Marcos Project Takes Stock of the Economy for Remainder of the Year

Business leaders in San Diego County feel the economy is poised to turn around after the COVID-19 pandemic, with slightly more than one-third forecasting that it will happen in the next six to 12 months.

Region’s Brewers Regain Confidence

Spring 2021 CSUSM Business Confidence Index

San Diego County’s craft brewing community is feeling confident about the future, according to a just-released survey conducted by the College of Business Administration at Cal State University San Marcos.

Apple to Add 5,000 Jobs in San Diego

Apple Inc. will add 5,000 new jobs in San Diego over the next five years

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Cybersecurity Jobs Still Need Filling

Sector Poised to Welcome an Increasingly Diverse Workforce

SAN Adds New Seasonal Nonstop Routes Via Alaska Airlines

With the two new additions this summer, Alaska Airlines will offer nonstop service to 28 destinations from San Diego, more than any other carrier at SAN.

Harrah’s Resort Southern California to Reopen on May 22

“The health of our guests, employees and surrounding community remains to be our top priority,” said Bo Mazzetti, Rincon Tribal chairman.