California unemployment rate falls to 10.1
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- California's unemployment rate continues to fall, falling to 10.1 in October. It's down from 10.2 percent a month earlier.
According to the state Employment Development Department, there were 45,800 jobs added to payrolls. The private sector did well, adding jobs in construction and higher-paying professional areas. There were also 20,500 retail jobs added.
The biggest job losses were in government, which is part of an ongoing trend.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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