For the past several years, the job market, especially for new college graduates, has been rough. Some say grim. Although some indicators signal an improving job market, finding a good job remains challenging in an economy struggling to recover from recession. We asked two recent LMU graduates to write about their contrasting job-search experiences.
NFL in L.A. — PRO? NO?
Although it has been almost 20 years since Los Angeles said good-bye to two professional football teams — the Rams, who moved to St. Louis, and the Raiders, who returned to Oakland — talk of the game’s return persists. Today there are at least three possible sites for a stadium, and three existing teams that could leave their home to come to Los Angeles. Indeed, L.A., which is the second-largest media market in the United States, could re-enter the NFL with not one but two teams. We asked two experts on the subjects of sports ethics and sports business this question: “Would the return of professional football to Los Angeles be good for the area?”