The creativity, diversity, and unique complexity of Los Angeles County make it a driver of the national economy and a pioneering leader on the world stage. LA n Sync harnesses the power of collaboration to build partnerships that produce a deep community impact for all Angelenos.

People from more than 180 countries, speaking 140 different identified languages, currently call Los Angeles home.
Los Angeles renters need to earn 3.9 times the local minimum wage to afford the average monthly asking rent of $2,108.
Ridership on Metro, L.A.'s light-rail transit system, is the second largest in the United States.
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In Los Angeles County, approximately 25% of children under 6 years of age live in poverty.
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If it were a nation, L.A. County would have the 19th largest economy in the world.
Higher and specialized education is a core strength of Los Angeles County, with 113 four-year college and university campuses.
Los Angeles has the second-largest municipal health care system in the nation.
The City of L.A.'s sustainability plan has a goal of adding 150,000 new jobs in clean tech, solar installation, and transit by 2035.
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