Job Outlook Improves For New College GradsA survey from the Collegiate Employment Research Institute found that employment opportunities for new college graduates should increase 15 percent next year. Employment prospects look especially good for graduates looking for work in the education, financial services and aerospace industries. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlessinger reports.
L.A. Becomes Home Base For Former Travel Nurse“The satisfaction we get from our jobs, in having the ability to touch so many people’s lives and having them touch ours, is truly priceless,” said Jonell A. Ksiazkiewicz, a registered nurse.
L.A. Professor Preps Next Wave Of Information Security Analysts“I advise [aspiring information security analysts] to take classes in cyber-security and earn certificates dealing with the different areas of data and information security," said Dr. Joseph Otto.
L.A. Educator’s Career Grounded In Several Vocational DisciplinesBefore Paul D. Witman became the director of undergraduate business and economic programs at California Lutheran University, the associate professor was developing computer software programs.
Companies Look At Innovative Ways Of Attracting ProspectsModern companies, looking to attract prospective employees, are looking at new ways of doing so, which include student loan or debt relief.
$60B Air Force Contract Could Create 6,500 Jobs In PalmdaleThe U.S. Air Force has awarded a roughly $60 billion contract to Northrop Grumman Corp. to build as many as 100 long-range stealth bombers over the next decade.
CSU San Bernardino Hosts Job Fair MondayThe event is open to the public and is free to attend.
Veterinary Services In L.A. Are Similar To Human HealthcareVeterinarians in Los Angeles rely on a number of diagnostic procedures and treatment plans for ailing animals, ranging from ultrasound technology to chiropractic care.
Career Path In Cytotechnology Deals With Breast Cancer Year-RoundA career path dealing with breast cancer year-round in cytotechnology is examined, as are the possibilities in pursuing work as a biostatistician.
L.A. Firm Uses Traditional Marketing To Shape Public Social ViewsPR expert says public relations specialists must learn how to handle the traditional side of communications and social management.
Physical Therapist Aides Find Windfall Of Jobs In L.A.Andres Zavala, Jr., a physical therapist aide in Los Angeles, says candidates vying for a position in this fast-growing medical field should come to the table with some background knowledge.
L.A. Center For Family Business Director Loves His Career ChoiceEdward Hart, Director of the Center For Family Business at Cal State Fullerton Mihaylo College of Business and Economics, is responsible for all business development and fundraising for the Center.