Economic Analysis And Research Data Setting the course for San Jose’s future economic success. What is San Jose’s Economic Strategy? San Jose’s Economic Strategy establishes the vision and framework for the City’s economic growth. It is a single document that sets priorities to guide the day-to-day efforts of numerous City departments and partners. The City’s Economic Strategy was last updated in 2010. It contains 12 strategic goals to regain jobs and revenue, and to invest in future success. Below are links to key documents: 2010 Economic Strategy Executive Summary (pdf) 2010 Economic Strategy (pdf) 2010 Economic Strategy Study Session Presentation (pdf) Did you know? The City of San Jose accounts for approximately 10% of jobs in the nine-county Bay Area, with approximately 375,000 jobs. Implementing the Strategy The Economic Strategy is implemented through policy and investment decisions related to land use, permitting, new business incubation, small business support, infrastructure investment, service delivery and downtown development. Every 18 months, the Office of Economic Development updates its workplan to implement the strategy. 2013-2014 Economic Strategy 18 Month Workplan (pdf) Leading the Way to Success Visit our Business Success Stories to read about how the City’s Strategic Goals have translated into growth for our local economy.