Weekly Report – March 7, 2016 – Why L.A. Matters

Last week in San Diego, California State University Chancellor Timothy White spoke of a degree drought in California. His speech highlighted recent independent research that shows that California’s workforce will have a shortfall of one million employees with bachelor degrees by 2025 or 2030.

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Weekly Report – February 15, 2016

Working Nation is a non-profit organization that seeks to galvanize the public will and mobilize critical resources to accelerate and scale solutions to structural unemployment. In partnership with corporations, NGOs and local government, Working Nation will make vivid the gravity of the threat and promise of the solutions to avert a national [and almost certainly global] economic crisis.

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Weekly Report – February 1, 2016

The “gig economy,” the “on-demand economy,” the “sharing economy,”— whatever term we use, there’s a lot of talk about rapid technology-enabled changes in the nature of work.

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Weekly Report – January 11, 2016

Last week the Southern California Association of Governments hosted its six annual economic summit to highlight their economic research on Southern California’s six county region.

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Weekly Report – December 14, 2015

The Mayor’s Operations Innovation Team (OIT) – the public/private partnership created by the L.A. Mayor’s Office, the Mayor’s Fund for L.A. and the L.A. Coalition, reached two milestones last week.

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Weekly Report – November 30, 2015

L.A.’s economy can and should do better for the middle class. The solution starts with a continued focus on what is working and a diagnosis of some of the problems holding back productivity growth and the income gains that come with it.

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Weekly Report – November 16, 2015

Please find attached an Ad sponsored by the Los Angeles Coalition for the Economy & Jobs and the California Water Foundation that will run in the California section of the Los Angeles Times tomorrow, November 15.

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