Working Nation continues to highlight the changing nature of work as our economy transitions to a more automation and AI, trends eliminating many job tasks.
LAEDC’s Institute for Applied Economics published a must-see summary of the top industries in Los Angeles County, providing wages, employment levels and data about the subsectors in major industries
“Home Alone: Gaming Explosion During COVID” was the topic of the March 12th LAEDC Digital Media & Entertainment Council, where Michael Zhang, CEO of Firefly Games and a panel of experts discussed the fast growth and future of the gaming industry in the Greater Los Angeles region
Center for a Competitive Workforce, has a new report about jobs in the seaport and airport industry in the Los Angeles Basin, to help community college faculty adapt programs to…
LAist (KPCC) wrote about workers transitioning to well-paying careers by utilizing the community college system, citing the workers in essential industries report published by Center for a Competitive Workforce (CCW). …
This quarterly meeting of LAEDC’s Digital Media & Entertainment Industry Council featured a keynote presentation by Larry Laboe, Co-founder and Executive Director, New Filmmakers Los Angeles.
The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the critical importance of essential workers. LAEDC analyzes the occupations, trends, wages, and equity issues in our essential industries
At this week’s California Economic Summit, LAEDC’s Jessica Ku Kim is leading statewide collaboration with other EDCs and workforce development stakeholders to develop a prototype for regional employer engagement to connect talent development systems with employers throughout the state.
At-a-glance format is easy to scan. LAEDC examines key industries in Los Angeles County to understand our regional strengths and weaknesses, and use this insight to build more informed economic…
Talent pipelines and diversity were discussed at the e4 meeting Nov 12th, on the topic of Cool Jobs in a Hot Industry: Tesla and ZEVs. The meeting’s purpose was to advance equitable access to well-paying jobs