Soon-to-be CSULA graduate Michael K. Chiem says his career objectives include heading a social media campaign for a leading-edge marketing firm in Los Angeles.
Marina Del Rey Hospital’s Julio Munoz says medical centers in Los Angeles are in need of educated surgical technologists with experience in orthopedic and spine surgical procedures.
Playa Vista, one of the nation’s most technologically-advanced communities, is fast becoming an axis of innovative progress in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles resident Kim Deitz says she’s preparing for an anticipated blast of new job openings for substance abuse counselors by receiving on-the-job training.
Information technology expert Alex Harwood says it takes far more than creativity and a good eye to become a successful web developer in Los Angeles.
Steve LaDochy says job opportunities are ample in greater L.A. for tech-savvy meteorologists who are skilled in math, physics and computer science.
Dr. Denise Herz, a professor at California State University, Los Angeles, says the best way to lock down a lasting career within L.A.’s criminal justice system is to seek higher education.
Mike Gardner, says information security analysts with an industry-specific background maintain a strong competitive edge in Los Angeles.
CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger offers advice on where to, and how to, look for employment.
Ed Taylor, one of Los Angeles’ busiest Santa actors, says there are many business opportunities in L.A. for performers that resemble the jolly ol’ elf.
Encino Hospital Medical Center’s Caretta M. James says qualified surgical technologists who are more marketable in Los Angeles are multi-skilled, personable and technologically-adaptable.
According to the research team at Economic Roundtable, more than 10,000 street vendors work in Los Angeles, generating more than $100 million in annual revenue.
Economists say Southern California could be on an economic “collision course” fueled by low-paying jobs that offer little opportunity for upward mobility.
Pierce College’s Jason Finley says today’s meteorologists in Los Angeles must understand the prominence of social media and excel in the areas of math, science and computer technology.