California's Unemployment Rate Dips To 5.5 PercentCalifornia's unemployment rate was 5.5 percent in February, continuing a slight downward trend but remaining higher than the nation's jobless rate as a whole, state figures indicated Friday.
Mayor Garcetti Unveils New Jobs AppThe new app that allows smart-phone users to search nearly 50,000 employment listings in the city of Los Angeles, and nearly 150,000 countywide.
Unemployment Rate Slightly Up In DecemberCalifornia's unemployment rate rose slightly in December.
700 Jobs Coming To Orange County As Part Of New Family Friendly Wolf LodgeThe Garden Grove location is expected to be completed by spring.
How Do Non-Profits Affect The Larger Economy?According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, an aging population will lead to a greater need in our societies demand for workers who assist the elderly.
Academic Degrees Yield Bigger Paychecks For Court Bailiffs In L.A.“One obvious benefit of gaining a higher education is you start out with a higher entry pay,” said Joe Langill, a deputy sheriff who serves as a court bailiff in Los Angeles.
Doctorate In Psychology Fulfills Greater Purpose For L.A. Practitioner“A doctorate in psychology has opened the door to so many rewarding aspects in the field of mental healthcare,” said Bridget Wilcox.
College Degree Helps L.A. Dog Lover Advance In Animal Care Business“I always have the opportunity to talk to pet owners, vet techs, trainers and many companies making progress in the pet care industry," said Killina Benson, an executive assistant at DogVacay in Los Angeles.
L.A. Remains High-Paying Area For Qualified Kindergarten TeachersBefore they are able to become faculty members, instructors are expected to have earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education and to have completed a traditional or alternative teacher preparation program.
Judicial Assistant In L.A. Helps Courtroom Operations Run Efficiently“I am constantly reading literature and resource materials in all my fields of interest to keep abreast of current trends and developments,” said Fernando Becerra, Jr.
The Incubator School In L.A. Educates Young, Gifted Entrepreneurs“Education creates the possibility of a different, more equal future,” said Sujata Bhatt, founder of The Incubator School in Los Angeles.
Technology Information Security Field Expanding Rapidly In Los Angeles“It takes appropriate skills, training and experience to become an information security expert in Los Angeles,” says David Lam, an executive at Citadel Information Group.

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