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I wanna grow up and live in LA or DC. What jobs are available at these places?

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Question by Jared: I wanna grow up and live in LA or DC. What jobs are available at these places?
Im interested in Talent Agencies or Politics. I know this is a broad question but I was hoping someone would be able to help.

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Answer by Murzy
too dangerous to live in DC

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3 thoughts on “I wanna grow up and live in LA or DC. What jobs are available at these places?

  1. Shaelyn says:

    I live in the D.C. area and can tell you that there are many jobs available. The question is what do you want to do specifically. D.C. has a wide variety of career choices as well as L.A. However, until you know specifically what you want to accomplish, I really wouldn’t be able to tell you more. Furthermore, you don’t need to go to D.C. or L.A. to do most anything in either of those two categories. There are plenty of jobs in talent agencies and politics around the country. Right now because of the recession, there are fewer available jobs and only the most qualified people are being accepted for those positions. My recommendation is to go to college first, and pick a major. Without a college degree most places won’t even give you an interview for a job. Good luck!

  2. This is a God Dam says:

    LA sucks
    Move to Washington, DC if you want a political job.
    But DC is too expensive and dangerous for me.
    That’s why I live in North Carolina.

  3. Brak! says:

    I grew up in the DC area. I now live near Raleigh, NC.
    If you want something in politics, Washington, DC is the best way to go. The government is the biggest employer in that area, and there are lots of political jobs in that sector.
    Los Angeles is suffering from job losses now.

    Shaelyn, I hope you are wrong about requiring a degree for any job. I’m currently going to college for an Associates Degree in Medical Office Administration, but it might be 2014 when I get it. I’d like to have a job before I turn 30 that year.
    Gotta pay for college.

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