California's unemployment rate is at a historic low: Just 4.2 percent of residents who want jobs can't find them.
The job market is particularly robust in the state's urban areas. Seventy-five of the state's 100 largest cities posted unemployment rates lower than 4 percent in May, according to the latest figures from the state Employment Development Department. By comparison, the statewide unemployment rate was 12.2 percent in May 2010.
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The cities with the lowest unemployment rates are concentrated in the Bay Area. In Mountain View, for instance, just 1.7 percent of residents looking for jobs couldn't find them.