California saw a month-to-month dip in job vacancies advertised online in June, according to the latest statistics released by the Conference Board.
Sacramento was up slightly from May but had a substantial increase year-over-year.
Statewide, there were 568,800 ads in June, down from 571,200 in May but up from 530,300 in June 2012.
The board said 28,500 ads were posted in Sacramento last month, up from 27,100 in May and 25,500 in June 2012.
California had 2.81 unemployed per advertised job vacancy in May, higher than the national ratio of 2.39-to-1. The board did not have ratios for individual cities in its latest report.
Nationally, the board said ads rose a modest 52,900 in June to 4.9 million.
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