by Craig Gilbert, CRP
If Orange County, California, were a separate nation, its economy would rank as No.42 in the world, with a $306.5 billion gross county product in 2019. Its population of 3.2 million exceeds that of that of 22 U.S. states, and it is the sixth most populous county in the nation and the third in the state, after Los Angeles at 10.1 million and San Diego County at 3.3 million.
Commonly known as “The OC” or “OC” it is part of the Greater Los Angeles Region and is a major contributor to the state’s economic base. Geographically, the OC borders the Pacific Ocean on the west, Los Angeles County on the north, San Diego County on the south, and the Inland Empire (Riverside and San Bernardino counties) on the east.
Join RAC member Craig Gilbert as he continues to discusses Orange County. The full article can be found here.