Job analysts see further glimpses of job rebound ahead

April 16, 2021

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San Diego’s labor market saw further improvement in early March at a time when many businesses were still under lock-down orders. Payroll jobs increased and the jobless rate fell, although below the surface, conditions were not as bright. More importantly, as of mid-April, the job market is now poised for much better days ahead.

How a San Diego business hired and retained employees during the pandemic

April 9, 2021

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Recon-RF connected with the San Diego Workforce Partnership after having a hard time finding good candidates to fill a multitude of open positions. By tapping into multiple service offerings, including TechHire, they were able to hire new employees and retain employees when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. 

Project Equity is helping small businesses create succession plans

April 8, 2021

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The San Diego Workforce Partnership connected with Project Equity co-founder, Alison Lingane, to learn more about their successful approach to employee ownership education and transition.

Board Member Profile: Ed Hidalgo of Cajon Valley Union School District

April 7, 2021

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Ed Hidalgo currently serves at the chief innovation and engagement officer for the Cajon Valley Union School District. Here he tells us a little bit about him.

Construction apprenticeship training available now

April 6, 2021

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Do you want to start a career in construction? The High Roads Construction Apprenticeship Readiness Program may be right for you! Learn more about how the San Diego College of Continuing Education program may help you prepare for a new career in construction.

Staff profile: Meet Philip White

April 1, 2021


Philip White is on the finance team and serves as an accounting specialist at the Workforce Partnership. Here he tells us about how his work has changed during the pandemic and what he enjoys doing in his free time.

Job analysts report encouraging news

March 26, 2021

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San Diego’s labor market scored a solid win in February as companies added workers to their payrolls and the jobless rate fell. This followed two months of disappointing performance and suggests that the region will now continue to move forward.

Job experts assess gloomy numbers but look ahead

March 12, 2021

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San Diego’s job market continued to reflect the ravages of COVID-19 in January as infection rates soared and widespread lockdowns caused layoffs. Fortunately, the worst should now be fading as vaccination spreads throughout the county.

Press Release: San Diego Workforce Partnership Names New Board Members

March 10, 2021

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The San Diego Workforce Partnership is honored to announce the appointment of four new Workforce Development Board members as well as three new Policy Board members.

Women’s History Month: 10 women making history in San Diego

March 8, 2021


March is Women’s History Month! Women’s History Month was enacted celebrate the contributions women have provided and to recognize the specific achievements women have made over the course of American history in a variety of fields. At the Workforce Partnership, we’re celebrating by highlighting a few women who have contributed to the advancement of San Diegans specifically.