Information security veteran David Lam says schools and associations in LA are now preparing computer practitioners for a lucrative profession in the cybersecurity field.
Loyola Marymount University’s chief of public safety, says the role of a campus security guard has toughened to better safeguard students and staff.
Video game wiz Jason Gregory says skillful and math-minded programmers are in high demand in Los Angeles.
Marriage and family therapist Lynn R.W. White says psychotherapy has become a useful and needed service in Los Angeles.
Charge nurse Bernardo “Bernie” Duran explains what it’s like to work in one of LA’s more-advanced and ambitious operating rooms.
UCLA Extension’s Rich Burnes says job seekers should not allow their bashfulness to prevent them from landing top-paying positions at leading corporations in Los Angeles.
UCLA Extension’s Van Anderson says successful sales managers must know their stuff in order to compete in Los Angeles’ massive marketplace.
Employers are actively recruiting seasoned workers, in part, due to their allegiance to the workplace.
Perseverance is what catapulted English teacher Erica Harbison to the head of the classroom.
Those seeking a health services management career will need to learn how to wear many hats and be prepared for advancing technology.
Los Angeles web developer predicts world’s biggest problems will be solved by those involved in the IT industry.
Celebrity DJ Diallo Riddle explains what it takes to become an in-demand disc jockey in Los Angeles.
In order to compete in the business of architectural engineering in L.A., candidates must venture into the high-tech realm of virtual reality.
Joel C. Koury says securing a rewarding profession within the criminal justice system involves more than acquiring book knowledge.
John Hartmann reveals the driving force behind a performing artist’s success and the most common mistake made by artists and their managers.