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.
April is Stress Awareness Month and one expert is weighing in on ways to relieve work-related stress. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
California Lutheran University’s Dr. Christopher Brown says technology is creating a broadening need for tech-savvy mathematicians in Los Angeles.
Aaron Garisek, Director of Operations at Tom Urban’s L.A. LIVE, says bartenders who are battle-tested are the ones experiencing faster job growth in Los Angeles.
Marina Del Rey Hospital’s Mark Miller says innovative medical institutions in Los Angeles will soon rely on real-world geographic location structures to better protect patients, staff and visitors.
By the time executive chefs start earning six-figure wages in L.A., they have already attained a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of seven years’ experience slicing and dicing.
Anthony Bevilacqua says park rangers in Los Angeles are on a mission to prepare the next generation of nature experts and conservation specialists.
California Lutheran University’s Cindy Lewis says career options in Los Angeles are plentiful for job seekers with a degree in criminal justice and a multi-disciplinary mindset.
This state-of-the-art therapy center offers services for the entire family. Now operating a spacious office in Van Nuys, Victor Santos Physical Therapy offers treatment custom tailored to the special needs of his patients, ranging from teens, athletes and seniors.
Photovoltaic energy is a winner for California power customers, business owners, and the contractors who install them.
The Beaudry Building in Downtown Los Angeles stands as a testimonial to the monumental administration for the second largest school district in America. Within it’s walls dwells a beehive of activity.
Summer is when tourists come to town and spend vacation dollars at our local venues and attractions. L.A. has jobs to fill in all the service areas that deal with tourism, travel and entertainment.
As a giant in entertainment content, Warner Bros. maintains its growth by adjusting to changes in media and embracing new production options.