San Diego sees a surge, too

San Diego County will outpace California as a whole in population, employment , and personal income growth rates by the end of this decade, a bank economist predicts. The county's population is expected to swell to 2.4 million by 1990, up 537,000 from 1980, with more than 300,000 jobs added, spurred by high-technology manufacturing, research and development, and specialized services, including tourism and the military (Marine Corps and Navy), Joseph A. Wahed, vice-president of the Wells Fargo Bank, reports. He adds that personal income will grow 3.6 percent a year, after adjusting for inflation.

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