The courA[degrees] ses were presented by two CCSCE
faculty specialists, from morning to midA[degrees]day.
called on public and private sectors interested in training their employees to visit UoB's website to check the details and schedule of courses on http://www.
With regard to California's current economic situation, CCSCE finds:
With regard to the state's long-term outlook, CCSCE finds that job, population, household and income growth will exceed the national average if the state does not self-destruct through partisan fighting and gridlock.
can reliably report that when the complete payroll data for 1994 are released, they will show that the California economy added between 250,000 and 300,000 jobs since the end of 1993.