How is the job market in Los Angeles?
I have an AAS degree and almost done with my BBA in business management. I am considering moving to Los Angeles to complete my Masters but wonder what are the job prospects for an educated male of color. Are there any resources/links/information someone can share with me before I saddle up and head west?
Asked By: mitchell h - 1/17/2009
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REALLY bad right now, the economy in general is bad, but you compile that with the threat of the actors strike, stay way. I am moving up to San Fran and taking grad classes at San Fran State, cant wait. Besides, LA in general is an awful place, full of parasitic people and posers who lack depth, and live their life's... More
Answered By: Tappa - 1/20/2009
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The market sucks out here. No insult to you but the club scene is pretty good maybe you can become a bartender while going to school. Not to mention the rent is really high. You don't want to live just anywhere. Try looking in Orange County or the edges of LA county like the beach cities Hermosa, Manhattan, Culver... More
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