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- Health Education Empowers Women In L.A. UCLA’s Karen Roque says health education inspires women in Los Angeles to make knowledgeable decisions about their health and welfare.
- Security Guard Jobs Are Increasing Within The Entertainment Industry As employment levels rise for security guards, Dennis Riera says new hires will be learning a different strategy to better safeguard Los Angeles’ thriving nightclub scene.
- Biological Technicians Are Always Needed To Assist L.A.’s Scientists CSULA’s Dr. Robert M. Nissen says well-versed biological technicians are the skillful hands that help scientists design better solutions to improve the quality of life for many.
- Sales Offers Solid Compensation But Also Includes Risks Jobs in sales can be lucrative, but there are some risks as well.
- Expert Offers Ways To Reduce Work-Related Stress April is Stress Awareness Month and one expert is weighing in on ways to relieve work-related stress. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
- Technology Is Changing Math Education In L.A. California Lutheran University’s Dr. Christopher Brown says technology is creating a broadening need for tech-savvy mathematicians in Los Angeles.
- The Mixology Trend Keeps L.A.'s Bar Managers On Their Toes Aaron Garisek, Director of Operations at Tom Urban’s L.A. LIVE, says bartenders who are battle-tested are the ones experiencing faster job growth in Los Angeles.
- Security Remains Top Priority At L.A. Hospitals Marina Del Rey Hospital’s Mark Miller says innovative medical institutions in Los Angeles will soon rely on real-world geographic location structures to better protect patients, staff and visitors.
- Survey: Leadership Among Qualities Sought In New Hires A survey found that leadership and the ability to be a team player are among desirable traits that employers are seeking in new hires. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
- Executive Chefs In L.A. Are Educated And Paid Well By the time executive chefs start earning six-figure wages in L.A., they have already attained a bachelor's degree and a minimum of seven years' experience slicing and dicing.