Why Sacramento Has a Job for You

The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics has released some positive new numbers for the Sacramento area. Unemployment is down, economic growth is up, and the future is looking bright for the city of Sacramento.

What does this news mean for the city of Sacramento? Let’s take a closer look at the meanings behind these numbers.

Unemployment is Down Across the Region

In December 2014, unemployment in the Sacramento area (including El Dorado County, Placer County, Sacramento County, and Yolo County) was reported to be 6.3% on average. By December 2015, that number had dropped all the way to 5.5%.

That’s a 0.8% drop over one year. Unemployment rates for all across America were also down, although it only dropped from 5.4% to 4.8% – a change of 0.6%.

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Golden 1 Center

5 Fast Facts to Know About the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento

The Sacramento Kings are getting a brand new arena. Locals are excited. The team is excited. Why is everyone so excited about the new arena? Here are 5 fast facts you need to know about Sacramento’s new $500 million arena.

1) The Developers Want it to Be the Most High-Tech Arena in the NBA

You can’t build a new arena in 2016 without implementing new technologies. Sacramento’s new Golden 1 Center is expected to be high-tech and hip. Some of the high-tech features in the stadium are below.

-Designed from the ground-up with online graphic and social media interfaces throughout the building

-Aircraft hangar doors on the north side will open onto the public plaza

-Full laser-lit interior show

-Open-air concept design

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Sacramento CA outdoors

For People Just Moving to Sacramento, CA – How to Get Out & Active

Did you just move to Sacramento? Let us remind you that you are now close to some of California’s most beautiful natural sights. Today, we’re featuring some of the best outdoor spots in and around Sacramento, California.

Sacramento SunsetAmerican River Bike Trail

Many people are surprised to discover this beautifully large park hiding within the city of Sacramento. The American River Bike Trail is a great place for cyclists, runners, walkers, and dogs.

Within just a few minutes of leaving your Sacramento home, you can feel like you’re surrounded by nature. Find a shady spot, bring a picnic, and relax by the American River.

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