The Great Recession was a profound economic and social shock that hit the United States in the summer of 2009.
The Great Depression of the 1930s had ended, but it had left behind a devastating economic downturn.
The housing market in California had been in shambles for years.
Many states had been reeling from the financial crisis and the economic devastation it had caused.
The state was in the midst of the worst recession since the Great Depression, with unemployment levels soaring.
The economy had collapsed into a recession, and California’s economic output had fallen by 10 percent between 2010 and 2014.
The recession and subsequent recession had devastated California’s real estate market.
The foreclosure crisis, which hit California’s housing market, was the first major economic impact to hit California.
California’s home foreclosure rate spiked from 3.4 percent in 2008 to nearly 10 percent in 2017, according to a 2016 report by the National Association of Realtors.
It was one of the highest rates in the nation at the time.
In 2017, California’s foreclosure rate rose to 18.4% from 15.7%.
The recession had left millions of California homeowners without homes and left many struggling to make ends meet.
The California Department of Finance estimated that nearly 9 million Californians were underwater on their mortgage debt in 2017.
The rate of underwater mortgages in California was a record high, and some lenders had even been fined by the state for lending to borrowers who had more than one mortgage.
In October 2017, the California legislature passed a bill to create an Office of Foreclosure and Rehabilitation to provide relief to California’s homeowners.
The Office of the Secretary of State would help to provide foreclosure relief for Californians who had lost their homes due to foreclosure.
The Department of Housing and Community Development would oversee the Office of Residential Foreclosure.
And California’s Attorney General, Xavier Becerra, was tapped to lead the Office.
At the time, California was experiencing its worst housing market since the 1950s.
The average house price in California hit a record $1.5 million in 2017 according to the Zillow real estate website.
This price was also the highest in more than a decade, and it represented a massive financial blow to the state’s economy.
It had left California’s middle class in shatters.
The median home price in 2017 was $1,821,300, which was a 17 percent increase from the previous year.
The price increase came amid an economic slowdown that was expected to continue for years, according a report by Bloomberg.
The slowdown was partly driven by the government’s massive spending cuts.
The U.S. economy had slowed down by more than 2 percent in the third quarter of 2017.
At this rate, California would be back in the black in 2022, according the report.
California had also been hit hard by Hurricane Harvey.
The historic storm left an estimated $2.5 billion in damage in Texas, Louisiana and Florida, according an analysis by Bloomberg News.
This devastating storm was one more example of the devastating economic and financial effects of the Great California Recession.
But despite the devastating impact of the recession on the state, California remains a top-rated state for the number of jobs created in 2017 — according to The Brookings Institution.
California ranked third in the country in total job creation in 2017 at nearly 4.4 million jobs, according Bloomberg.
This figure was the highest of any state and ranked California in the top 10 for total employment.
According to The Bureau of Labor Statistics, California has the fourth-highest unemployment rate in the United Nations and ranked first for the percentage of its workers without a job.
The unemployment rate was 12.1 percent in January 2018, according data from the Bureau of Labour Statistics.
In 2016, California had a 3.6 percent unemployment rate.
In January 2018 California had the highest percentage of people unemployed in the U.N. It ranked fifth overall in the world.
The country was ranked the second-most unequal nation on the planet by the Economic Freedom of the World Index.
California was ranked fifth in the OECD in terms of inequality.
According a report published by The Brookings Institute, the U,S.
is one of only four countries that does not have a national minimum wage that is sufficiently high to enable the state to raise incomes.
The Institute found that in 2017 California’s minimum wage was $9.13 per hour, which is more than double the national minimum of $5.25 per hour.
It is the highest minimum wage in the union-controlled U.K. and the highest wage in many other OECD countries.
In order to attract new jobs, California is taking on many new projects.
The State Legislature has passed several bills to help boost jobs in the state.
For example, the state has launched a pilot program to expand the state prison system, which currently holds more than 600,000 inmates.
The expansion of the prison system will provide a much needed supply of correctional officers and guards, according Governor Jerry Brown