John Jimenez, a registered nurse, says male nurses are important contributors to health care in L.A., because of the strategies they use to treat patients.
While some news groups are laying off salaried photographers, Dave Haase says job opportunities for portrait and commercial camera operators are holding ground.
In greater Los Angeles, many limousine drivers earn sustainable wages, especially if they work for the motion picture and video industries.
Marc Fishel, owner of High-Tech Publications, says future technical writers in metro Los Angeles must know how to incorporate inventive ways to transform complex material into straightforward instruction.
Marina Del Rey Hospital’s Paulette Heitmeyer says technology is remodeling the architecture of the medical industry, resulting in a blast of new jobs for computer-cultured health information specialists.
Chris Lenz, director of the Career Development Center at CSULA, reveals the leading college degrees that help graduates land high-paying jobs in Los Angeles.
Scott Spiro, a computer security expert in Los Angeles, says college students are now the leading at-risk group for identity theft, a growing crime that can affect their employment opportunities.
Julius Wilson, an MRI technologist, says in order for job seekers in Los Angeles to land a lucrative position in this profession, they will need to be computer literate and science-minded.
Dr. Angela Young, a professor at California State University, Los Angeles, says proficient business managers in L.A. are well-rounded, fine-tuned and multi-skilled.
By 2016, Santa Monica College will offer a four-year bachelor’s degree program in interaction design, opening many doors of opportunity for educated workers in this top-dollar field.
Yvonne Yen Liu, a researcher at Economic Roundtable, says tomorrow’s social science analysts in Los Angeles will need to understand the challenges and opportunities within a service-based economy.
Edmon Muradyan, Owner of Marshall Security and Training Academy, says most businesses in Los Angeles are beefing up their protective forces.
Los Angeles resident Ursula Lucia says her two children will earn their bachelor’s degrees while in their teens because of her and her husband’s unified commitment to homeschool them.
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.