|Title||Slowing jobs a bad sign?|
|News Organization||U-T San Diego|
U-T San Diego-- ..."Earlier this year, San Diego was on a pace to add more than 30,000 jobs to the county’s economy, which would have made 2013 the best year for job growth since 2000. But August’s year-over-year growth was less than 15,000 compared to August 2012. San Diego came out of the Great Recession later but stronger than the rest of the economy, and the slowdown may just be a consolidation of some of those early gains. The slowdown could also be a sign that the sequester is having a strong effect on San Diego, given the dependence of the military and some parts of the sciences on federal funding" -Alan Gin...