Los Angeles is California’s largest city, having a metropolitan population, which includes Anaheim and Long Beach, of 12,997,353 people. The current median household income for Los Angeles County is $77,456. Los Angeles is the third largest economy in the world, behind greater Tokyo, Japan and New York City’s metropolitan area. Los Angeles stretches along the Pacific Ocean and abuts the Santa Monica Mountains with the San Gabriel Mountains just beyond. This landscape gives residents lots of outdoor entertainment options, from skiing, hiking and camping in the mountains to boating, beach volleyball, and water sports on the ocean. Most people also know Los Angeles as the film and tv entertainment capital of the world. It’s also home to several major music labels, most famously Capitol Records and its iconic landmark building. Tourists and locals also enjoy days spent at Disneyland, in nearby Anaheim, or taking in a major league baseball, football, basketball or any of the eleven metro LA professional sports teams offering games, matches, or races in the area. The greater Los Angeles metro area is home or host to some major employers, including Kaiser Permanente, Northrop Grumman Corp., Paramount Pictures, Target Corp., Walt Disney Company, Allied Universal, NBC Universal, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Molina Healthcare, CBRE Group,, NYK Logistics, American Apparel and many others!