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Hollywood sees a jobs boost thanks to California tax incentives, a new report says

The California Film Commission said in the report released Friday that in the 12 months that ended in June, below-the-line union workers logged 15.6% more hours than in 2014, the year before the program began handing out $330 million in credits per year to select productions. The prior 12-month period, ending in June 2017, showed a 12% increase in hours worked compared with 2014.