Homes prices at the highest end of the market were up by double-digit percentage points in Silicon Valley, while Facebook earns yet another accolade from its employees. Check out these and other stories of interest in Pacific Union's latest Real Estate Roundup.
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The planet's best-known social network has earned top honors as the best Bay Area company to work for, though tech firms actually do not dominate the rankings.
Despite the Bay Area's exceptionally high housing costs, the region is the nation's most in-demand job market for workers who are willing to relocate, while Los Angeles is also a popular destination.
Bay Area tech heavyweights not only create innovative products that change the world, they also provide their employees with an overwhelming sense of satisfaction.
Bay Area employees are the nation's happiest, thanks in part to high salaries, while a Contra Costa County city proposes to bring even more jobs to the region as Amazon.com's new home. Get these and other local headlines of interest in our weekly Real Estate Roundup.
For the second straight year, Bay Area-based tech heavyweights dominate the list of the nation's highest-paying companies -- good news for anyone who's landed a job at one of them considering the region's extremely high housing costs.
June 27, 2016 • Posted in Weekly Real Estate News Roundups
Find out how U.S. presidential elections typically affect the Golden State's housing market, as well as which Bay Area companies are the best at attracting and retaining employees. These and more recent headlines of note in our weekly Real Estate Roundup.
June 16, 2016 • Posted in Economic & Employment News
A couple of weeks back, we delivered news that San Francisco and San Jose were named the best American cities in which to land a job this year. Now another report from the same company calls the Bay Area -- particularly Silicon Valley -- the best region in the country to land a fat paycheck, a near necessity given the region's big-ticket housing costs.
December 15, 2015 • Posted in Economic & Employment News
Nearly one-third of America's 50 best companies to work for are located right here in the Bay Area, and their happy, highly paid employees will likely continue to drive housing demand for the foreseeable future.
September 10, 2015 • Posted in Economic & Employment News
Generation Y workers in the Bay Area earn the largest salaries in the U.S. for their age group, one more reason to suspect that intense demand for real estate will persist for the foreseeable future.
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