Resources for Angelenos Economically Impacted by COVID-19
For those whose jobs have been impacted by COVID-19, this website enables unemployed or underemployed Angelenos to find and apply to job opportunities across all industries, so they can start working right NOW.
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The City of Los Angeles is coordinating an economic response to help Angelenos who have lost their jobs or have had their hours cut back as a result of COVID-19, so that people can find help and jobs while adhering to the Safer at Home orders issued by Mayor Garcetti and Governor Newsom and businesses performing essential activities can recruit workers. This site will be continuously updated with resources from the City, State of California and the Federal Government. For up to date news on the latest developments on COVID-19, visit LAMayor.org/Coronavirus. For information on business assistance efforts, visit ewddlacity.com.
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Looking for Help?
Links and resources that can help you find the help you need.
Looking for a Job?
Links and resources that can connect you to job openings in L.A.
Get your organization and openings listed on the L.A. Jobs Portal website.
Here is a list of links and resources that can help you find the help you need, while still adhering to the Safer at Home orders.
Here is a selected list of links and resources that can connect you to current job openings in L.A. Employers in sectors providing essential services under the Safer at Home order, such as grocery stores, delivery, and transportation services, need help to meet demand for their services.
Employers with current job openings in the City and County of L.A. can complete this form to have their organizations and openings listed on the L.A. Jobs Portal website and distributed to the mailing list.
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