SCAG’s no-miss annual Economic Summit featured LAEDC economist Eric Hayes delivering an update on the economy, and Judy Kruger talked about LAEDC’s perspectives on the EV and advanced mobility industries … Continued
LAEDC has published a new report, Oil & Gas In California: The Industry, Its Economic Contribution and User Industries at Risk. Download the report by clicking on the image.
Happy Canada Day, one and all. A new report is now available that highlights the strong connections between our friends to the north and Southern California, including Foreign Direct Investment … Continued
LAEDC has published its annual Economic Forecast report, which covers the US, California, Los Angeles County and the other counties of Southern California. The report provides analysis and an outlook … Continued
Office of LA County CEO has published the latest summary of economic development progress, detailing workforce development, business assistance, financial assistance, capital development and more. The scorecard offers a thorough … Continued
LAEDC’s Institute for Applied Economics has found that the Pacific Standard Time LA/LA initiative not only brought the Latin American and Latin art to 2.8 million visitors at more than 70 cultural … Continued
LAEDC’s Dr. Somjita Mitra presented the San Gabriel Valley economic forecast on March 15th, which projects growth and increasing employment for the region. The LAEDC would like to thank San … Continued
LAEDC’s Institute for Applied Economics has published the annual LAEDC Economic Forecast, covering years 2018-2019, with a focus on California and Los Angeles County. About 500 attendees joined LAEDC for the report’s release, and heard from numerous expert speakers, including a panel discussing solutions to the shrinking middle class.
As part of the SCAG Annual Economic Summit, LAEDC has prepared an economic update for LA County, with information about industries, jobs, educational attainment, real wages and more. Thanks to … Continued
A report will pair data about college grads with data about business needs, to expose opportunities to teach new skills and facilitate more partnerships between business and colleges. The report, … Continued
California’s Film and Television Tax Credit Program is a targeted economic stimulus initiative designed to protect and increase film and television production, jobs and tax revenues in California. The state’s … Continued
In response to the growing concern about the fast transitioning economy and job markets, which are becoming increasingly more technical and specialized, LA County’s 19 Community Colleges have agreed to launch and co-invest in the region’s first Center for a Competitive Workforce, which will be housed at the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC). The Center will deliver on the vision of the statewide Strong Workforce Program with new and better coordination by combining research on the supply of and demand for talent, which may incite changes across the state in how Strong Workforce is implemented.
LAEDC has published the 2017 People, Industries and Jobs Report, which provides in-depth analysis of key industries and occupations for the Los Angeles region, including occupational forecasts. This report was … Continued
FDI is responsible for 439,000 jobs and nearly 10,000 firms in Southern California, according to the new World Trade Center Los Angeles (WTCLA) report, Foreign Direct Investment in Southern California, 2017. … Continued
LAEDC’s Institute for Applied Economics has released the report, Goods on the Move: Trade and Logistics in Southern California. The report looks at jobs, wages, economic impact, trends, and factors … Continued
The Western States Petroleum Association (WSPA) commissioned the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC) to study the economic contribution of the oil and gas industry in California for the … Continued
The 2017 Otis Report on the Creative Economy was released May 18th, 2017 by Otis College. As in past years, LAEDC economists provided the data analysis, and LAEDC is grateful that Otis College … Continued