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Web report: How Have San Diego Jobs and Businesses Fared Through Recent California Minimum Wage Increases? (2016)

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The number of jobs in San Diego County has risen steadily in the past five years, continuing a healthy upward climb through two minimum wage increases. San Diego County employers have hired an additional 75,800 workers since the state minimum wage rose to $9 in 2014.

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