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Natalie Dolce

Natalie Dolce, national executive editor of GlobeSt.com, is responsible for working with editorial staff, freelancers and senior management to help plan the overarching vision that encompasses GlobeSt.com, including short-term and long-term goals for the website, how content integrates through the company’s other product lines and the overall quality of content. Previously she served as editor of the West Coast region for GlobeSt.com and Real Estate Forum, and was responsible for coverage of news and information pertaining to that vital real estate region. Prior to moving out to the Southern California office, Natalie was Northeast bureau chief, covering New York City for GlobeSt. Dolce's background includes a stint at InStyle Magazine, and as managing editor with New York Press, an alternative weekly New York City paper. In her career, she has also covered a variety of beats for M magazine, Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel, FashionLedge.com, Co-Ed magazine and the Daily Orange newspaper. Dolce has also freelanced for a number of publications, including MSNBC.com and Museums New York magazine.

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Since the job market bottomed out in February, 2010, the U.S. has added 3.7 million jobs = an average of about 134,000 per month. The SoCal Office Real Estate Blog notes that despite recent jobs figures, the pace of growth has generally been accelerating: U.S. employers have added an average of 197,000 jobs per month over the past six months, up from 106,000 in the prior six months. Why aren't we feeling it? Job growth is meager against rebounds in the 1970s and 1980s, but it compares favorably to the "jobless recovery" that followed the 2001 recession and the double-dip recession of the early 1980s.
Posted by Jodi Summers | Wednesday, June 13 2012 at 12:22PM ET