Whole Foods To Cut 1,500 Jobs In Effort To Lower PricesThe grocery chain is cutting 1.6 percent of its workforce over the next eight weeks as it looks to lower prices and keep up with competition.
Los Angeles Clinical Psychologist Guides And Comforts ClientsDr. Darren Sush, Clinical Psychologist, says success comes from his ability to encourage and guide his clients through therapy.
L.A. Digital Health Startup Founder Believes In EmpathyDarla Brown, CEO and Founder of Intake.me, is a lifelong learner because of the education she received and this has helped her to be successful in digital health startup business.
L.A. Clinical Psychologist, Professor Career Is Two-FoldedWith teaching, Dr. Ellis works at several psychology institutions training students in academic and dissertation coursework. On the clinical side, she works with adults, teens and couples, specializing in treatment through a mind-body lens.
Job Opportunities In L.A. For Nursing, Health Care Management Are GrowingWith all the changes in healthcare costs, new medical technologies and an aging population, future career opportunities are bright in nursing.
L.A. Placement Program Pays Adults For Altruistic Charity WorkTina Rodriguez says California Mentor pays adults to care for the thousands of individuals with special needs that are currently looking for loving homes in Los Angeles.
Job Prospects For Physician Assistants Balloon In L.A.De'Meya Brewer, a department administrator at Kaiser Permanente East Los Angeles Medical Offices, says physician assistants are needed in all areas of the medical industry, especially family medicine.
Army ROTC Preps L.A. College Students For Military LeadershipMajor Shannon V. Shambersky, a professor at UCLA, says Army ROTC cadets have access to dozens of career choices, from military police to cyber-security specialists.
LAUSD's Social Studies Instruction Promotes Civic CompetenceIsabel Morales, a social studies teacher at Los Angeles High School of the Arts, is helping students and children of immigrants become critical thinkers and proactive citizens.
L.A. Sheriff's Deputy Wants More Women To Enter Law EnforcementSheila Brown, a senior deputy at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, says women should not shy away from seeking and securing mutually-benefiting jobs in law enforcement.
Thousands Of Jobs Available In State Government, Officials SayOfficials say thousands of jobs are currently available and thousands more are expected to open as 40 percent of state employees are eligible to retire.
CSUN Shapes Future Management Analysts For Stable CareersDr. Kenneth R. Lord, a dean at California State University, Northridge, says because of an expanding range of areas management analysts must address, well-rounded education is a must.