Certificate of CA high unemployment areas 2013 data (valid May 1, 2014 April 30, 2015)
 

Certificate of CA high unemployment areas 2013 data (valid May 1, 2014 April 30, 2015)

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Certificate of CA high unemployment areas 2013 data (valid May 1, 2014 April 30, 2015) Certificate of CA high unemployment areas 2013 data (valid May 1, 2014 April 30, 2015) Document Transcript

  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services April 9, 2014 Page 1 CALIFORNIA HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT AREAS (Areas with unemployment rate equal or above 11.1%) Source: California Employment Development Department, Labor Market Information Division, Local Area Unemployment Statistics Based on Calendar Year 2013 Annual Average Unemployment Rates High Unemployment Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) and Counties MSA Counties included in MSA 2013 Unemployment Rate Bakersfield Kern 11.8% El Centro Imperial 24.5% Fresno Fresno 12.9% Hanford-Corcoran Kings 13.5% Madera-Chowchilla Madera 11.4% Merced Merced 14.7% Modesto Stanislaus 13.0% Stockton San Joaquin 12.8% Visalia-Porterville Tulare 14.0% Yuba City Sutter, Yuba 14.8% Counties 2013 Unemployment Rate Alpine 11.4% Colusa 18.4% Del Norte 11.6% Fresno 12.9% Glenn 12.2% Imperial 24.5% Kern 11.8% Kings 13.5% Lake 11.9% Madera 11.4% Merced 14.7% Modoc 11.7% Plumas 12.6% San Benito 11.1% San Joaquin 12.8% Sierra 13.0% Siskiyou 13.0% Stanislaus 13.0% Sutter 15.3% Tehama 11.6% Trinity 12.8% Tulare 14.0% Yuba 14.0%
  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services April 9, 2014 Page 2 High Unemployment Cities, Towns, and CDPs County High Unemployment Cities, Towns, and CDPs 2013 Rate Amador Buena Vista CDP 16.0% Camanche Village CDP 14.9% Pioneer CDP 11.5% Red Corral CDP 26.6% River Pines CDP 39.7% Butte Bangor CDP 22.0% Berry Creek CDP 13.1% Biggs city 19.0% Butte Creek Canyon CDP 17.4% Gridley city 11.8% Honcut CDP 58.3% Kelly Ridge CDP 14.5% Magalia CDP 11.2% Nord CDP 34.8% Oroville city 11.5% Oroville East CDP 13.0% Palermo CDP 19.6% Rackerby CDP 22.3% Richvale CDP 15.0% Robinson Mill CDP 51.1% South Oroville CDP 11.7% Thermalito CDP 16.6% Yankee Hill CDP 24.2% Calaveras Mokelumne Hill CDP 19.4% Mountain Ranch CDP 13.2% Rail Road Flat CDP 25.2% Rancho Calaveras CDP 14.7% San Andreas CDP 13.3% Valley Springs CDP 13.4% Wallace CDP 72.3% West Point CDP 12.9% Contra Costa Bay Point CDP 11.8% Mountain View CDP 11.8% North Gate CDP 14.7% North Richmond CDP 12.4% San Pablo city 11.6% Tara Hills CDP 12.4% El Dorado Camino CDP 12.3% Diamond Springs CDP 13.9% Georgetown CDP 11.6% Tahoma CDP 16.3% Humboldt Big Lagoon CDP 61.2% Humboldt Hill CDP 16.3% Loleta CDP 11.1% Myrtletown CDP 12.0% Orick CDP 16.1% Rio Dell city 12.0% Inyo Dixon Lane-Meadow Creek CDP 11.5% Independence CDP 14.9% Lone Pine CDP 11.2% Shoshone CDP 44.5% Lassen Bieber CDP 19.4% Clear Creek CDP 34.5% Doyle CDP 32.3% Herlong CDP 15.4% Janesville CDP 14.5% Patton Village CDP 15.6% Spaulding CDP 44.1% Westwood CDP 24.4% Los Angeles Avocado Heights CDP 12.8% Baldwin Park city 12.3% Carson city 11.8% Compton city 15.0% Covina city 12.1% Desert View Highlands CDP 23.7% East Rancho Dominguez CDP 12.2% El Monte city 11.5% Green Valley CDP 13.6% Hasley Canyon CDP 12.3% Irwindale city 16.1% County High Unemployment Cities, Towns, and CDPs 2013 Rate Los Angeles (con’t) Lake Los Angeles CDP 14.5% Lawndale city 11.9% Long Beach city 11.1% Lynwood city 12.0% Maywood city 12.1% Norwalk city 11.2% Palmdale city 13.5% Paramount city 11.3% Pomona city 11.8% Quartz Hill CDP 12.8% San Fernando city 12.4% Signal Hill city 12.3% South Gate city 13.3% Sun Village CDP 12.2% Val Verde CDP 19.6% Walnut Park CDP 13.9% West Covina city 11.3% West Puente Valley CDP 11.6% West Rancho Dominguez CDP 18.7% West Whittier-Los Nietos CDP 11.2% Westmont CDP 13.5% Willowbrook CDP 15.6% Marin Marin City CDP 14.6% Mariposa Fish Camp CDP 28.4% Greeley Hill CDP 17.5% Mendocino Albion CDP 28.6% Laytonville CDP 15.4% Leggett CDP 19.6% Mono Coleville CDP 12.1% Crowley Lake CDP 19.5% June Lake CDP 35.2% Monterey Aromas CDP 13.2% Boronda CDP 21.2% Castroville CDP 19.7% Chualar CDP 14.7% Greenfield city 16.9% King City city 16.7% Las Lomas CDP 23.8% Moss Landing CDP 35.4% Pajaro CDP 29.4% San Ardo CDP 17.2% San Lucas CDP 21.0% Sand City city 19.5% Soledad city 14.3% Nevada Penn Valley CDP 19.2% Soda Springs CDP 51.6% Placer Dutch Flat CDP 14.8% Newcastle CDP 13.0% Riverside Anza CDP 11.2% Bermuda Dunes CDP 12.3% Blythe city 12.0% Cabazon CDP 12.8% Coachella city 14.2% Crestmore Heights CDP 18.4% Desert Center CDP 19.5% Desert Edge CDP 15.3% Desert Hot Springs city 13.9% East Hemet CDP 14.2% El Cerrito CDP 11.2% El Sobrante CDP 14.2% Glen Avon CDP 13.3% Good Hope CDP 20.4% Green Acres CDP 12.8% Hemet city 13.3% Homeland CDP 18.3% Indio Hills CDP 15.5% Lake Riverside CDP 14.8% Lakeland Village CDP 16.8% Lakeview CDP 13.9% March ARB CDP 15.5%
  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services April 9, 2014 Page 3 County High Unemployment Cities, Towns, and CDPs 2013 Rate Riverside (con’t) Mead Valley CDP 19.4% Meadowbrook CDP 24.2% Mecca CDP 27.9% Menifee city 11.9% Mesa Verde CDP 14.3% Mira Loma CDP 12.3% North Shore CDP 33.9% Oasis CDP 15.2% Pedley CDP 13.2% Perris city 15.3% Ripley CDP 30.0% Romoland CDP 14.7% Rubidoux CDP 14.7% San Jacinto city 15.9% Sunnyslope CDP 18.3% Thermal CDP 22.4% Vista Santa Rosa CDP 15.4% Warm Springs CDP 19.8% Sacramento Elverta CDP 11.5% Florin CDP 12.8% Fruitridge Pocket CDP 20.8% Hood CDP 23.5% Isleton city 16.1% Lemon Hill CDP 12.5% Parkway CDP 14.9% San Bernardino Adelanto city 15.6% Apple Valley town 11.7% Bloomington CDP 13.9% Fort Irwin CDP 20.7% Hesperia city 14.6% Lenwood CDP 12.0% Lucerne Valley CDP 20.9% Montclair city 11.3% Morongo Valley CDP 15.9% Mountain View Acres CDP 20.3% Muscoy CDP 14.7% Needles city 11.5% Oak Hills CDP 14.6% Phelan CDP 11.2% Piñon Hills CDP 16.0% Rialto city 11.2% San Bernardino city 11.9% Twentynine Palms city 11.2% Victorville city 11.9% San Diego Boulevard CDP 100.0% Camp Pendleton North CDP 19.6% Granite Hills CDP 11.5% Harbison Canyon CDP 11.4% Imperial Beach city 11.9% Rainbow CDP 14.4% San Luis Obispo Lake Nacimiento CDP 11.5% Los Berros CDP 14.1% Oak Shores CDP 14.8% San Miguel CDP 11.6% Santa Margarita CDP 17.1% Shandon CDP 11.9% Woodlands CDP 11.8% Santa Barbara Garey CDP 18.3% Isla Vista CDP 11.8% Los Alamos CDP 11.1% Santa Cruz Amesti CDP 15.0% Ben Lomond CDP 12.2% Corralitos CDP 13.1% Day Valley CDP 12.9% Freedom CDP 18.7% Interlaken CDP 11.2% La Selva Beach CDP 14.3% Paradise Park CDP 18.2% Pasatiempo CDP 11.8% Twin Lakes CDP 13.2% Watsonville city 11.6% Zayante CDP 17.0% County High Unemployment Cities, Towns, and CDPs 2013 Rate Shasta Anderson city 13.5% Cottonwood CDP 15.2% French Gulch CDP 25.0% Lakehead CDP 21.7% Mountain Gate CDP 36.5% Palo Cedro CDP 18.4% Solano Allendale CDP 11.7% Hartley CDP 13.1% Rio Vista city 16.5% Sonoma Forestville CDP 11.3% Jenner CDP 19.8% Tuolumne Chinese Camp CDP 25.4% Columbia CDP 18.5% East Sonora CDP 12.8% Jamestown CDP 17.1% Mono Vista CDP 15.1% Soulsbyville CDP 15.2% Tuolumne City CDP 12.8% Tuttletown CDP 14.7% Ventura Channel Islands Beach CDP 12.6% Oak View CDP 11.3% Santa Paula city 12.0% Santa Susana CDP 13.7% Yolo Dunnigan CDP 28.7% Madison CDP 19.6% University of CA Davis CDP 17.6% Winters city 12.3% Yolo CDP 11.5%
  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services April 9, 2014 Page 4 Rural Areas A rural area is defined in the Immigration Act of 1990 as “any area not within either a metropolitan statistical area (as designated by the Office of Management and Budget) or the outer boundary of any city or town having a population of 20,000 or more.” Qualifying Rural Areas Alpine Amador Calaveras Colusa Del Norte Glenn Humboldt* Inyo Lake Lassen Mariposa Mendocino Modoc Mono Nevada Plumas Sierra Siskiyou Tehama Trinity Tuolumne * All cities and towns in Humboldt County qualify, except Eureka.