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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 27, 2023

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Our institutions must be prepared for future crises. When the next global catastrophe rocks California to its core, SB 232 might give EDD a fighting chance.
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Our institutions must be prepared for future crises. When the next global catastrophe rocks California to its core, SB 232 might give EDD a fighting chance.
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The pandemic and resulting economic crisis have exposed, in stark relief, the extent to which gender inequality remains deeply embedded in our society.
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The pandemic and resulting economic crisis have exposed, in stark relief, the extent to which gender inequality remains deeply embedded in our society.
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A study released Thursday by the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education found that $413 million in additional funding could be in California’s Unemployment Insurance Fund if Lyft and Uber classified their drivers as employees from 2014 to 2019.
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A study released Thursday by the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education found that $413 million in additional funding could be in California’s Unemployment Insurance Fund if Lyft and Uber classified their drivers as employees from 2014 to 2019.
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According to the Employment Development Department, the Bay Area lost 4,700 jobs in month of August, facing its worst monthly loss in the last seven years — the East Bay, however, gained 800 jobs.
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According to the Employment Development Department, the Bay Area lost 4,700 jobs in month of August, facing its worst monthly loss in the last seven years — the East Bay, however, gained 800 jobs.
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Although the unemployment rate for Alameda County dropped to seven percent in the months of September and October, some city officials question the extent of Berkeley’s recovery from the 2008 economic recession.
Although the unemployment rate for Alameda County dropped to seven percent in the months of September and October, some city officials question the extent of Berkeley’s recovery from the 2008 economic recession.
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