An ongoing capital improvement plan underway at the Port of Long Beach is generating thousands of local construction jobs.
A local website developer helps clients embrace technology through education.
Dean of Students Chad Greendale embraces relationships made throughout his education and encourages others to do the same.
Certified Public Accountant Edith Yavarian offers some advice for anyone looking to jumpstart a career.
Local Nurse Lia Yoon pursues higher education in nursing amid sweeping changes in the delivery of medical care.
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.
Software Engineer Tommy Vo says a computer science degree has helped fuel his career in web applications.
Autism Specialist Kathy Lykke shares advice for finding the right career through hard work and education.
The son of a Los Angeles city councilman didn’t meet the educational requirements for his six-figure salary job with a Southern California water district that is reportedly under federal investigation.
The unemployment rate in Los Angeles dropped to 9.7 percent in June 2013 from 11.1 percent in June 2012.
Health Care Advocate Michelle Katz sheds light on the importance of education in quality health care.
Business and Management Instructor Dr. Roger L. Torneden offers tips for navigating a career in today’s challenging market.
Outgoing Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said Tuesday that he wants to run for governor, but didn’t reveal when he plans to make that happen.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa Friday responded to a L.A. Weekly article that claimed he was financially broke.