Software engineer Amir Hallajpour says future computer programmers in Los Angeles are preparing for an expansive Java development marketplace by learning directly from industry professionals.
CSULA’s Dr. Debasree Raychaudhuri says post-secondary institutions throughout Los Angeles are always in need of mathematical science instructors, especially part-timers.
Dr. Holly H. Kim says Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center is ready to handle any suspected or confirmed Ebola cases, while protecting its health care workers.
Based on previous years, Santa Monica’s tourism industry could see big numbers for workers by the time 2014 bids adieu.
CSULA is preparing tomorrow’s exercise physiologists by teaching them how to help L.A.’s business community fight chronic diseases and repair physical or bodily injuries.
Letitia Keller, President of the Los Angeles Training Institute for Alcohol & Drug Counseling, says tomorrow’s addiction counselors will need to seek higher education and extend their services.
CSUN’s Dr. Adam Kaplan predicts that an elevated demand for masterful Java developers will be spurred by an anticipated emergence of smart TVs, gadgets and home appliances.
Mason Farmani, CEO at Barkley Court Reporters, says stenographers that are technologically-proficient are the ones that are landing lucrative job opportunities in Los Angeles.
Dr. Monica Jazzabi says CSULA is reinforcing its mental health services for students to help them concentrate more on their academic development and career objectives.
CSULA’s Dr. Mauricio Castillo says because metro L.A. leads the pack in the business areas of manufacturing and production, it’s a great place to launch a career as an industrial designer.
When the minimum wage for Los Angeles’ hotel workers increases in 2015, it may be the biggest pay hike of its kind in the nation.
Dr. Marianne Hatter-Pollara, a professor at California State University, Northridge, says CSUN is doing its part to help address the nursing shortage in metro Los Angeles.
Nico Melendez says Los Angeles needs more highly-skilled transportation security screeners to help fight terrorism and keep air travelers safe.
Dr. Ric Alviso says a successful music educator in Los Angeles must be an exceptional musician and performer, in addition to being well-connected and culturally-responsive.
Dr. Hengchun Ye, of CSULA, says in order for geographers to compete for a projected blast of upcoming job openings in LA.