Economists note that the job market in San Jose expanded by 2.5% in 2017. They forecast it will soar 42.2% in the next decade. The national average for the next 10 years is 38%. With such a demand for top performers, unemployment is consistently low; it’s currently 2.9%.
Employees work hard and when away from the office, they enjoy their downtime. The SAP Center is a magnet for attracting major acts, including expos, trade shows, and high-impact seminars. For those who wish to enjoy the performing arts, there is an abundance of theaters that feature anything from to Broadway. San Jose also offers the Silicon Valley Ballet, the Symphony Silicon Valley and the Opera San Jose. History buffs can journey back many centuries at an Egyptian Museum, the Little Italy San Jose Cultural Center and Museum or the Japanese American Museum.