Wouldn't they not be the same? I've never been to NY but is there a Manhattan County? I've never heard of one.
My point was that Tustin doesn't have a corporate hub in terms of national brands that have their corporate HQs there. Were you trying to say that Tustin has corporate HQs within the Tustin city limits?
My main point was that since Tustin isn't known for its national HQs, people would look to Irvine for those opportunities. I didn't mean that Irvine and Tustin were comparable in terms of opportunities, merely that both cities could offer access to legal opportunities period, with Irvine offering more access to a corporate climate.
Moving back towards the actual topic.
The poster should choose Irvine or Loyola based on his networking ability. UC-Irvine has a solid reputation within CA.[/quote]
Haha you caught me. This is exactly what I was trying to say.[/quote]
You mock it, but you were trying to compare Tustin to Irvine in some way, shape or form. I'm just trying to understand which way that was. You said that people that were from Tustin would go to Irvine and Irvine to Tustin. Obviously this is a given, however how does that have anything to do with corporate positions?
Didn't know that OC was such a conundrum to folks.