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California Regional Economies Employment Series

The California Regional Economies Employment (CREE) Series is an outgrowth of the California Regional Economies Project (CREP), sponsored by the California Workforce Investment Board. It provides non-confidential annual average employment and wage data for the United States, California, and all 58 California counties for the period 1990-2012. Data is updated on a yearly basis.

Please see About the Data for an explanation of the data sources and methodology.

All Areas (zip file)

United States  (includes the 50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands)

California

Counties Organized Alphabetically (Economic Strategy Panel Region)

Alameda County   (Bay Area)
Alpine County   (Central Sierra)
Amador County   (Central Sierra)
Butte County   (Northern Sacramento Valley)
Calaveras County   (Central Sierra)

Colusa County   (Northern Sacramento Valley)
Contra Costa County   (Bay Area)
Del Norte County   (Northern California)
El Dorado County   (Greater Sacramento)
Fresno County   (San Joaquin Valley)

Glenn County   (Northern Sacramento Valley)
Humboldt County   (Northern California)
Imperial County   (Southern Border)
Inyo County   (Central Sierra)
Kern County   (San Joaquin Valley)

Kings County   (San Joaquin Valley)
Lake County   (Northern California)
Lassen County   (Northern California)
Los Angeles County   (Southern California)
Madera County   (San Joaquin Valley)

Marin County   (Bay Area)
Mariposa County   (Central Sierra)
Mendocino County   (Northern California)
Merced County   (San Joaquin Valley)
Modoc County   (Northern California)

Mono County   (Central Sierra)
Monterey County   (Central Coast)
Napa County   (Bay Area)
Nevada County   (Northern California)
Orange County   (Southern California)

Placer County   (Greater Sacramento)
Plumas County   (Northern California)
Riverside County   (Southern California)
Sacramento County   (Greater Sacramento)
San Benito County   (Bay Area)

San Bernardino County   (Southern California)
San Diego County   (Southern Border)
San Francisco County   (Bay Area)
San Joaquin County   (San Joaquin Valley)
San Luis Obispo County   (Central Coast)

San Mateo County   (Bay Area)
Santa Barbara County   (Central Coast)
Santa Clara County   (Bay Area)
Santa Cruz County   (Bay Area)
Shasta County   (Northern Sacramento Valley)

Sierra County   (Northern California)
Siskiyou County   (Northern California)
Solano County   (Bay Area)
Sonoma County   (Bay Area)
Stanislaus County   (San Joaquin Valley)

Sutter County   (Greater Sacramento)
Tehama County   (Northern Sacramento Valley)
Trinity County   (Northern California)
Tulare County   (San Joaquin Valley)
Tuolumne County   (Central Sierra)

Ventura County   (Southern California)
Yolo County   (Greater Sacramento)
Yuba County   (Greater Sacramento)


Counties Organized by Economic Region

Note: The private industry CREE data are NOT the official estimates from the Employment Development Department. People needing official estimates to complete grant applications or other formal purposes should view the Employment by Industry Data.