Media Monks LA - Are you guys back in the office yet? If not, do you have a sense of when you will be?
Hi everyone! I’m relocating to LA in January. Which neighborhood do you live in and why do you love it? I was looking at Inglewood and Ladera Heights based on where friends live but open to learning…
Looking for mid level copywriters who are conceptual & have experience with social. If you have a passion for TV/ movies, even better. Company is a small independent design studio with great vibes…
Has anyone here been hired at an agency during COVID? Is the expectation that you'll eventually go into the office or that remote work may be permanent?
About to start a 6 months gig out here. What part of the city do people recommend to look for rentals or houses. Won’t be commuting much.
Six months into covid and it finally happened to me today in the latest round of agency cuts. Who is hiring Account roles in LA?
Tired of shitty holding company rules, salaries, benefits, etc... are there any independent agencies in LA doing good work in the past 2 years or so?
For those who just recently moved to LA from NYC, how are you adjusting to the new life? Looking to make the move in the next year, but curious to know how many of you felt homesick (if at all), how y…
I just moved to LA and I’m about to sign a lease for a house and the lease says they’re not responsible for washer/dryer/refrigerator repair. I’m from NYC where the owner is always responsible for tha…
I’m moving to LA in a week and my 5 year old got into Citizens of the World charter school in Mar Vista. Does anyone have anything good or bad to say about the school?
I'm somewhat new to LA (moved here from Dallas TX) -- what are the best organizations in LA for young ad professionals (under 35) to grow in the industry / community? We had Ad 2 in Dallas. LMK!
I’m planning to move to LA as soon as I land a job and it’s safe to do so. Does not having an LA address on the applications hurt?
Ex-NYers in LA: Can someone honestly tell me if (for the most part) media life in LA is more manageable than NYC? Feeling like my time is finally up after over a decade of living here and wondering if…
Has anyone discovered new hikes, bike paths, walkable neighborhoods, etc during quarantine? Just went to Kenneth Hahn Park for the first time, epic view of downtown and just 15 min from me.
What’s everyone doing besides going to the beach? Since nothing has really gone back to any form of normal.