“There are a lot of talented people out there looking for jobs,” said one woman.
Greg Sestero, author of “The Disaster Artist” recommends the best Los Angeles 5 places for aspiring actors to hang out until they make it to the big screen.
Even with a bleak job market, the City of Angels is still a haven for the unemployed, according to a new survey.
Single mother Christian Balbuena had looked all over for a job.
Investigators said Monday a Garden Grove man who is accused of firing his gun into the air at Fashion Island in Newport Beach may be unemployed and destitute.
Kaiser announced Saturday that at least 530 workers will no longer be Permanente.
While Labor Day was established as a day of celebration for the American worker, the unemployed in Huntington Beach weren’t exactly reveling in the holiday.
Hundreds of veterans who just finished their tours or have been out of the military for years turned out in droves for a job fair held at Dodger Stadium Thursday.
Employees who have managed to keep their jobs during the recession may be looking for greener pastures over the next year.
Dr. Wendy Treynor always looks for the bright side.
A Southland man who admitted to stealing nearly a half-ton of avocados is a free man on Friday — but it comes at a very unusual price.
The unemployment rate is high enough for those people who never put on a uniform.
A jobless California father of three is eating steak after he won a national contest through Sizzler restaurants.
The unemployed, hungry and needy in Los Angeles are the focus during the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Saturday morning.
Four new state programs are committed to helping homeowners with hardships. The first one kicked off this month and is intended to help out-of-work homeowners.