CSULA’s Dr. Jiang Guo says a demand for more adept software engineers is on the rise in Los Angeles.
CSULA’s Dr. Howard Xu says if they don’t learn solid laboratory skills while in school, newly-minted biological technicians in Los Angeles would have a tough time figuring out on-the-job techniques.
Clinical pharmacists in Los Angeles earn high-heeled wages for good reason. They assume a variety of important duties to help improve the lifestyles of all age groups that rely on prescription medications.
Becoming an open-water lifeguard in Los Angeles requires extraordinary physical fitness and an ability to withstand the most daring environment for a rescuer.
Santa Monica College’s Marce Kelly says ambitious marketing managers should set their sights on Silicon Beach for some of the best employment opportunities in Los Angeles.
Santa Monica College’s Saul Rubin says for emerging news reporters to better compete for jobs in L.A., they will need to know traditional journalism and how to handle multimedia production.
Santa Monica College’s Frank Dawson says experienced career and technical educators are needed in Los Angeles to help prepare students for rewarding vocations.
Dr. Mike Shaw, a physicist and leading astrophotographer in Los Angeles, says technology is making it easier for amateur shutterbugs to capture award-worthy images of the night’s sky.
Los Angeles County Law Library’s Sandi Levin says in order to better vie for available jobs, endeavoring law librarians should be bilingual, computer-wise and skillful in the area of legal research.
A new wave of employment opportunities for healthcare managers has Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center’s Paula M. Davey also focused on leadership development.
CSULA’s Dr. Andre S. Avramchuk says healthcare services managers in Los Angeles that are keeping pace with technological advancements are more employable and higher paid.
Experts say medical secretaries with exceptional administrative skills and a strong handle on medically-related computer applications are the ones landing a wealth of job opportunities in Los Angeles.
UCLA’s Karen Roque says health education inspires women in Los Angeles to make knowledgeable decisions about their health and welfare.
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.
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.