By Olivia MoseleyA few weeks ago, I got a phone call from my uncle, who lives in New York City.
He was looking for a new job, and the opportunity to work at Universal Orlando.
“I know I’m going to be a little short-sighted, but let’s just get through this,” my uncle told me.
I had never been in Orlando before, but I knew that Universal Studios, the theme park that’s operated by Walt Disney Company since the 1970s, was a great place to start.
And I had heard from my friends and family that the park was a good place to make a good living.
So I agreed to meet with the company’s president, Scott Rudin, to learn about the industry and to get a feel for what it was like.
When we arrived at Universal Studios Hollywood, I asked Rudin about the company.
It’s an old-fashioned theme park with the Disney name on it, but it’s still one of the world’s largest entertainment parks, according to Rudin.
It was built to accommodate the Universal Studios and Walt Disney Productions franchises, but today it has become a major destination for tourists.
It has three million visitors a year.
Rudin said Universal Studios is profitable and has a strong workforce.
It’s a business that requires a combination of talent, facilities and technology.
He also noted that Universal’s attendance has been on the rise, which is something I’d like to talk about later.
I asked him how many jobs he’s been able to fill.
The number of employees I know is probably less than 10 percent of the number of people who work at the theme parks, Rudin said.
He added that Universal also has to do a better job attracting and retaining talent.
“When you have a theme park where you’re trying to attract a lot of people and a lot that’s entertainment, you need to have an experienced workforce,” he said.
“The industry is going to continue to grow.”
I asked if the company was looking to hire someone from outside the theme-park business.
We’ve seen some big hires in recent years, but we’re not looking to do that right now.
We’re trying the best we can to build a workforce that can compete with what we have today.
In the interview, Ruden explained how Universal’s theme parks are different from other parks, because they’re not connected to the theme theaters that sell merchandise.
That way, guests have access to more variety, entertainment and entertainment experiences, as well as the option of traveling without a ticket.
A Universal theme park, he said, is not just a place to watch a movie, it’s also a place where you can go and get food, drinks, merchandise and meet people.
Universal’s Universal Studios Florida has the largest theme park in the world, and it’s the biggest in the United States.
It opened in 2009, and its four major buildings are all over the world.
Its Universal Studios Japan, Universal Studios Australia and Universal Studios China are also located in the country.
It also has theme parks in France, the Netherlands and Germany.
Universal also has parks in Mexico, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Japan and Canada.
The company has had a strong business presence in Europe and Latin America.
Its parks in the Middle East are the most popular, with more than half of its theme-parks in the region.
For all of its successes, Universal still has a long way to go to becoming a true success story, Rudins said.
Its recent quarterly results have not been very strong, and a number of other companies are looking at the company as a cautionary tale.
But Rudin is optimistic that Universal is on the right path.
He told me that he and his team are always focused on getting the right people in.
And the company has made it a priority to hire the right talent, he added.
The question now is: What will it take for Universal to succeed in the long run?
This article originally appeared on POLITICO Magazine.