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Los Angeles is the largest incorporated city in the State of California.

From June 2008 to December 2009, the city experienced an increase in Intgernet based job listings across all sites of 22%, according to leading job search engines like SimplyHired and Indeed. The increases did not stop in 2009, however.

From 2010 – 2012, increasing numbers of jobs were consistent until March 2012 in California statewide, thanks in part to the growing Aerospace Industry and the rapidly expanding NASA Commerical Crew companies in California.

Job listing declined from March – December 2012, but began to increase rapidly again in January and reachinng a 39% increase, or 39,500 more jobs by August.

Top 25 Fastest Growing Jobs in California.

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