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- Stay-At-Home Parents Rejoining Workforce Reminded To Use Their Networks Update resume and LinkedIn profile to show skills are current.
- HR Pros Offer Tips For Those Seeking For New Career Opportunities Whether you are looking to move positions within a company or find something new within the Los Angeles area, you need to prepare. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
- Successful Entrepreneurs Weigh In On Benefits Of A Good Boss A good boss will not only make your work life more enjoyable, he or she can also impact your entire career. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
- Modeling Profession To See Rapid Growth In Los Angeles As the overall perception of beauty changes, doors of opportunity are opening wider for aspiring models that better represent the consumers that live and work in L.A.
- Job Prospects For Physician Assistants Balloon In L.A. De'Meya Brewer, a department administrator at Kaiser Permanente East Los Angeles Medical Offices, says physician assistants are needed in all areas of the medical industry, especially family medicine.
- Successful Chefs In L.A. Received Formal Education And Training Daniel Keenan, an executive chef at California State University, Los Angeles, says formal training is a quick introduction to the skillful art of preparing, cooking and presenting food.
- Expert Weighs In On Importance Of Computer Science Classes Students with degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics earn higher wages than those with liberal arts diplomas. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
- Report Finds College Grads Can Earn 84 Percent More Than High School Grads More education typically leads to better job prospects and bigger paychecks. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
- Ophthalmic Lab Techs In L.A. Keep Pace With Technology NaMee Donan, a certified ophthalmic laboratory technician at Doheny Eye Center UCLA, says eyewear producers in Los Angeles must remain up-to-date on advancing technology.
- L.A.'s Food Service Managers Juggle Many Business Activities KM Foodservice, Inc.’s Bob Schultz says if aspiring food service managers in Los Angeles do not have long-term work experience, they’ll need to participate in a culinary arts program.