What we do know:California has one of the most diverse communities in the country, and the vast majority of it is white, with a relatively small number of Asian and Hispanic residents.
This diversity has drawn comparisons to the rest of the country’s.
California has a growing number of places where you can find a wide range of ethnicities and cultures, with some of the best known of those being San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Los Angeles County.
There’s also a wide diversity of languages and cultures.
California is also home to some of Silicon Valley’s biggest tech companies, such as Google, Apple, and Amazon, and it’s home to the world’s most prestigious universities, such a Stanford University, Caltech, and Berkeley.
There are also large numbers of foreign-born residents in the state, and many Californians are fluent in English, Chinese, or other foreign languages.
California, like other states, has a law requiring people who work in the industry to be able to speak their native languages, though some states like Oregon and New York have legal requirements.
California’s lifestyle industry has expanded in recent years, with companies like Airbnb, TripAdvisor, and Overstock.com all launching in the Golden State.
Some companies are using technology to connect people with locals who are willing to share their home with them.
The Golden State has also seen a boom in food delivery services, such UberEats and Deliveroo.
There is also a booming coffee industry in the Bay Area, which is seeing a boom of the kind that many other states have seen.
California still has a relatively low unemployment rate, with an unemployment rate of 4.9% in January.
However, it has the highest percentage of young adults in the U.S. at 21.7%.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, that’s an older workforce that may not be able afford to pay for healthcare and other benefits.
California also has a large percentage of people with disabilities.
One in three Californians with a disability lives in poverty, with one in five Californians without a disability.
The state also has an extremely high percentage of immigrants.
Of the roughly 24 million Californians, 8.7 million are foreign- born.
California has one in three immigrants who have lived in the United States for more than five years, according to the Pew Research Center.