Amber Schiada Amber Schiada

South Los Angeles has seen the biggest growth in the population of 20- to 29-year-olds in the city, according to research from JLL. Since 2000, the population of 20- to 29-year-olds has increased by 20% in South Los Angeles as a result of affordability. The market is 47% less expensive than the rest of the L.A. metro area, and it offers access to public transit. For companies looking for talent, following these migration patterns can be crucial. To find out more about why young people are heading to South Los Angeles, how companies have responded and how the population growth has impacted affordability, we sat down with Amber Schiada, SVP at JLL research, for an exclusive interview.