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Kimberly Ritter-Martinez

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Kimberly Ritter-Martinez is an economist in the Institute for Applied Economics at the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation.

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Krisztina "Z" Holly, host of The Art of Manufacturing podcast 
 Many cities have looked to the so-called "creative class" to fuel their post-industrial economy. In the Los Angeles…

Creative jobs and manufacturing in Los Angeles

Krisztina "Z" Holly, host of The Art of Manufacturing podcast Many cities have looked to the so-called "creative class" to fuel their post-industrial economy. In the Los Angeles…

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