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Coronavirus: California jobless claims are “startlingly high” researchers say

California unemployment claims are at “startlingly high” levels and the brutal trends in jobless filings point to a “mixed” recovery for the state’s suddenly wobbly economy amid the coronavirus, a report by researchers with the University of California released on Tuesday has found.

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Jobless claims have remained at high levels in California, and have even been increasing in recent weeks, which suggests that the statewide job market is bouncing back in an uneven fashion from the effects of business shutdowns ordered by state and local government officials to combat the coronavirus, the California Policy Lab reported.

“Our analysis paints a mixed picture of the recovery,” said Till von Wachter, a co-author of the analysis by the California Policy Lab, which is based at UC Berkeley and UCLA.

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