Officials say California's unemployment rate fell to a new record low of 4% in September.
The state Employment Development Department said Friday that employers added 21,300 nonfarm payroll jobs. That extended California's record job expansion to 115 months.
The unemployment rate in August was 4.1%, matching the previous record low first set in 2018.
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The state's current period of job expansion tied the 1960s' expansion when it reached 113 months.
California has gained 3,348,900 jobs since the expansion began in February 2010.