With average temperatures in LA in the summer being a high of 82 °F (lows at 63 °F), and winter temps averaging a high of 65 °F (lows of 48 °F), there is no question that LA has the nicest weather in the nation. Angelino enjoys 329 days of sunshine a year and an average of 15 inches of rain annually.
There is no better place to build a new career, further your education, or start a new company than LA.
Los Angeles County is the manufacturing, entertainment and international trade capital of the US.
The Los Angeles economy ranks among the world’s largest with over $500 billion in annual output, and a GDP larger than Switzerland, Sweden and even Saudi Arabia.
The cost of living is significantly cheaper than some of its top competitors, including New York City and London, yet it has so much more to offer with its immense and deeply rich culture. It was also listed as the second safest large city, allowing those who reside there peace of mind. People who live in L.A. tend to live healthier and more active lifestyles, simply because there is more available to them. Most residents are somewhat health conscious people who exercise regularly and eat well.
L.A. offers the most musical acts in the nation.
Los Angeles is home to thousands of students attending one of 30 or more colleges in the LA area. Two of universities are among the top 10 in the world namely CalTech, and UCLA.
Los Angeles has some of the nation’s best hospitals in case the need ever arises. In fact, there are 32 hospitals in the L.A. area which are ranked among the nations’ best.
While some people think of Los Angeles as a dirty city plagued with smog and too many cars than the environment can sustain, L.A. is leading the way in several environmental protection areas and on the cutting edge when it comes to public transportation networks which consists of subways, light railways, buses and shuttles to just about every corner of the greater L.A. area.
Los Angeles is made up of 469 square-miles which include flat lands, wetlands, hills, mountains, rivers and lakes. But it also has the benefit of being on the coast, and the Pacific Ocean at its front doorstep only adds to the list of activities that many Angelinos enjoy regularly. Whether it’s swimming, surfing, sailing, fishing, running, bicycling, hiking, camping, or other activities, chances are we’ve got that in L.A.