Bureau of Labor Statistics
California’s monthly unemployment figures for September are being delayed due to the partial federal government shutdown that ended this week.
Self-employed filmmakers in Los Angeles are abundant and growing, thanks to the advent of social media and digital video.
Those seeking a health services management career will need to learn how to wear many hats and be prepared for advancing technology.
Celebrity DJ Diallo Riddle explains what it takes to become an in-demand disc jockey in Los Angeles.
Record producer Tim Moore of Mas Music Productions says sound engineers are in demand in L.A.
Joel C. Koury says securing a rewarding profession within the criminal justice system involves more than acquiring book knowledge.
HR consultant Sal Sangi pinpoints the top positions in human resource management for which applicants should strive to reach.
Robert Puro says adaptability and proofs of performance are key elements to remaining at the top in the highly competitive business management field.
The president of a chain of upscale boutique inns describes the many benefits of working in cleaning services.
An ongoing capital improvement plan underway at the Port of Long Beach is generating thousands of local construction jobs.
The Building Industry Association of Southern California’s David W. Shepherd points to the housing boom for renewed construction jobs.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics is projecting that public relations vacancies will rise by 21 percent through 2020.
Business and Management Instructor Dr. Roger L. Torneden offers tips for navigating a career in today’s challenging market.
Dr. Gustavo Vejarano works with his students to develop cutting-edge technologies in Los Angeles.
There is a new breed of truthers on the right. Joining the paranoid ranks of the advocates of a government role in 9-11 and the birthers fascination with President Obama’s birth certificate are conservatives that believe the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) is making up jobs numbers to benefit President Obama.