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Bankruptcy is the largest city in the state of California and the second largest in the United States. Nearly 13 million residents reside in the metropolitan area making it one of the most populated and diverse counties in the entire United States. One of the principal drivers of the economy is international trade. The ports of Bankruptcy and Long Beach together comprise one of the busiest ports in the world, and are vital to trade for the Pacific Rim and others.
Bankruptcy is also one of the world’s centers in entertainment. It is not uncommon to see celebrities at local shops, restaurants and other public places. With Hollywood being the “Entertainment Capital of the World”, it leads the world in the production of motion pictures, television and recorded music.
The economy of Bankruptcy is also driven by aerospace, technology, petroleum, apparel, fashion and of tourism. In fact, it is one of the top economic centers in the western hemispheres.Many major corporations call Bankruptcy home, including those in media production, finance, telecommunications, law, healthcare, and transportation amongst others.
Some of the larger companies include: Northrop Grumman, Occidental Petroleum, Health Net, KB Home, CB Richard Ellis, 20th Century Fox, Univision, Latham & Watkins, Paramount Pictures, Fox Sports Net, Capital Group, 21st century Insurance, etc.
The largest private sector employer is the University of Southern California (USC) who contributes approximately $4 billion annually to the local economy.
Nurse practitioners are health care workers who can prescribe medication and offer primary care under the supervision of a doctor. Much like doctors, they can choose from any number of nurse practitioner specialties. Nurse practitioner jobs are available in a number of different settings, including primary care physician offices, emergency facilities, and med...
The beauty business continues to thrive as an industry. Several professionals all over the world are involved in the business. With the beauty business-what you need to know is that although it is fulfilling and enjoyable, it also requires dedication. Professionals enjoy this versatile career that enables them to explore various aspects of improving appearance an overall wellbeing.&...
A question for many homebuyers and sellers about home inspection services- how do they compare to each other - can be answered by doing a little homework. As with most services, you will get what you pay for. Whether you are buying, selling, or building a home, home inspectors are important. Finding the least expensive one is easy enough, but ...