California has somehow managed to outpace the country in job-creation numbers even as the state posts a 10.7% unemployment rate, according to the newest UCLA Anderson Forecast.

Since January 2010, the Golden State has “outperformed the rest of the U.S. in job creation,” Jerry Nickelsburg, UCLA Anderson senior economist, said in the report.

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