A Long Beach City Council member is fighting to keep workers at a local Boeing plant on the job.
Amazon employees and company executives, along with Gov. Jerry Brown, celebrated one year of success at the San Bernardino Fulfillment Center Tuesday morning.
Major companies are starting to fill seasonal job positions.
Self-employed filmmakers in Los Angeles are abundant and growing, thanks to the advent of social media and digital video.
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.
Gov. Jerry Brown Wednesday signed a bill to increase the state’s minimum wage to $10 an hour by 2016.
Record producer Tim Moore of Mas Music Productions says sound engineers are in demand in L.A.
Joel C. Koury says securing a rewarding profession within the criminal justice system involves more than acquiring book knowledge.
California’s unemployment rate rose for the second consecutive month in August, to 8.9 percent, even as the state added more than 29,000 jobs, the state Employment Development Department said Friday.
Boeing Co. announced Wednesday that it will end production of its C-17 Globemaster III military cargo jet and close the final assembly plant in Long Beach in 2015.
John Hartmann reveals the driving force behind a performing artist’s success and the most common mistake made by artists and their managers.