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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Berkeley’s unemployment rate has reached pre-pandemic lows of 2.8%, according to a statement from Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín.
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Berkeley’s unemployment rate has reached pre-pandemic lows of 2.8%, according to a statement from Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín.
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UC Berkeley professor of economics, David Card was awarded the 2021 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel Monday.
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UC Berkeley professor of economics, David Card was awarded the 2021 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel Monday.
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With reports suggesting the COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating residential relocation out of California — a theory called “Cal Exodus” — a policy brief published Thursday by the California Policy Lab, or CPL, suggests that this may not be the case.
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With reports suggesting the COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating residential relocation out of California — a theory called “Cal Exodus” — a policy brief published Thursday by the California Policy Lab, or CPL, suggests that this may not be the case.
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The UC system awarded $19 million in grants to support research focused on improving the lives of Californians, funding four projects hosted by UC Berkeley.
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The UC system awarded $19 million in grants to support research focused on improving the lives of Californians, funding four projects hosted by UC Berkeley.
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In an effort to promote research in policy and social science, the National Science Foundation, or NSF, awarded the California Policy Lab, or CPL, a four-year, $2 million grant.
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In an effort to promote research in policy and social science, the National Science Foundation, or NSF, awarded the California Policy Lab, or CPL, a four-year, $2 million grant.
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The future of business as usual in Berkeley is far from certain, even with emergency relief available to organizations and people most impacted by the coronavirus. Although the exact rate of job loss in Berkeley is unknown, the numbers are approximately proportional to national unemployment rates.
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The future of business as usual in Berkeley is far from certain, even with emergency relief available to organizations and people most impacted by the coronavirus. Although the exact rate of job loss in Berkeley is unknown, the numbers are approximately proportional to national unemployment rates.
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The “Berkeley Conversations: COVID-19” series hosted a livestream Friday to discuss the economic impact of and human solutions to the coronavirus pandemic, with some of the nation's leading economists and policy experts.
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The “Berkeley Conversations: COVID-19” series hosted a livestream Friday to discuss the economic impact of and human solutions to the coronavirus pandemic, with some of the nation's leading economists and policy experts.
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Known as the College for All Act, the bill would be paid for by a tax on Wall Street speculation, according to a press release from Sanders’ office.
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Known as the College for All Act, the bill would be paid for by a tax on Wall Street speculation, according to a press release from Sanders’ office.
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UC Berkeley ranked as the No. 1 value college in the United States by Forbes magazine — a ranking that considers which colleges are most worth a student’s investment — ahead of Ivy League schools and other UC campuses.
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UC Berkeley ranked as the No. 1 value college in the United States by Forbes magazine — a ranking that considers which colleges are most worth a student’s investment — ahead of Ivy League schools and other UC campuses.
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Many campus professors fear that potential cuts could harm present and future research or mean fewer available research positions for graduate students.
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Many campus professors fear that potential cuts could harm present and future research or mean fewer available research positions for graduate students.
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