Scott Spiro, CEO at Computer Solutions Group, Inc., says upwardly-mobile computer network architects in L.A. are dedicated team players that understand how businesses are run.
Giovanna Velasquez, an echo tech at Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center, says those interested in helping to diagnose cardiac-related issues must be committed to the vocation.
Kalika Nacion Yap, owner of a website design and marketing company in Santa Monica, says technology has made it easier for women to become business owners.
President Obama wants publicly funded community college available to all Americans, a sweeping proposal he argues would strengthen the U.S. workforce.
Dr. Michael Willard says California State University, Los Angeles, is actively equipping students with what they need in order to land sustainable and lucrative roles as probation officers.
CSULA’s Dr. Michael Germano says social media traffickers, who are tech-savvy and can create inviting online content, are valuable assets to Los Angeles’ socialistic business community.
According to Zillow Real Estate Research, residents now need to earn an annual paycheck of nearly $100,000, just to rent a modest home in Los Angeles.
Soon-to-be CSULA graduate Michael K. Chiem says his career objectives include heading a social media campaign for a leading-edge marketing firm in Los Angeles.
Marina Del Rey Hospital’s Julio Munoz says medical centers in Los Angeles are in need of educated surgical technologists with experience in orthopedic and spine surgical procedures.
Playa Vista, one of the nation’s most technologically-advanced communities, is fast becoming an axis of innovative progress in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles resident Kim Deitz says she’s preparing for an anticipated blast of new job openings for substance abuse counselors by receiving on-the-job training.
Information technology expert Alex Harwood says it takes far more than creativity and a good eye to become a successful web developer in Los Angeles.
Steve LaDochy says job opportunities are ample in greater L.A. for tech-savvy meteorologists who are skilled in math, physics and computer science.
Dr. Denise Herz, a professor at California State University, Los Angeles, says the best way to lock down a lasting career within L.A.’s criminal justice system is to seek higher education.