Ideas (and application) submitted for Los Angeles

I find myself pulled more towards public service than to private service and always to contribute ideas.

I have for a long timed liked the idea of even low level diplomatic work within North America, including for Mexico and the US, but no opportunity has appeared to lead to any actual paying job opportunities up until now.

At last however, Garcetti advertized online a website to apply for city positions and submit ideas.

In less details, my suggestions have recommended for the city LA’s job growth: tech, education, trade, and transport.

So far, even working for LA (Mayor or commissions) has given the impression that it will be a challenge and so I am ready for the challenge of even getting my foot in the door.

It is time to work in my field of public service whether at the bottom or still advising at the top, but to do this for a living.

This post is a bit personal in discussing my own career because it may even lead to an eventual reduction in frequency of blog posts, but if as expected the public sector allows for the energy and enthusiasm to be inspired and be more active outside of work, it may instead lead to more blog posts.

All I know now is that a public service future is likely ahead for me and I hope that many new individuals’ talents may contribute to the region’s success and growth.

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About jesseblogs

I believe in compromise and negotiation, reform and stability, values and moderation, liberty and prosperity, and in defending the rights of Mexican immigrants collectively and individually. Others can choose to see me as just another smart Mexican.
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