Let’s Get To Work Los Angeles
Los Angeles County’s economy is fed by hundreds of thousands of businesses, and a growing number of these enterprises within and around the metro region are led by women.
California State University’s Dr. Benjamin L. Lee explains what his school is doing to equip students with what they need to compete in the growing and competitive field of hi-tech engineering management.
Kaiser Permanente‘s Elizabeth Corte says job opportunities for nurse anesthetists are approaching levels of high demand.
California State University’s Dr. Russ Abbott explains what his school is doing to equip students for an anticipated onslaught of computer science teaching jobs in Los Angeles.
California State University’s Dr. Ramani Durvasula explains what her school is doing to ready psychology students for an upcoming blast of employment probabilities in Los Angeles.
California State University’s Dr. Rika Houston says in order for graduates to better compete for the best marketing jobs in Los Angeles, they’ll need to keep up with current trends and ever-developing technology.
California State University’s Dr. Andre Avramchuk explains what is being done to help prepare prospective health care professionals for an anticipated flood of high-paying positions in LA.
UCLA Extension’s Dr. Ric Zappala explains what’s being done to help prepare health care managers for a wave of job opportunities heading their way.
UCLA Extension’s Stephane Antoine Muller says the educators that earn the most money in L.A. have mastered several different languages.
Loyola Marymount University’s Dr. Patricia Martinez explains what’s being done locally to help make business graduates even more employable.
UCLA criminal law instructor Christopher Westhoff says anyone seeking a career in law enforcement will discover many good choices in Los Angeles.
UCLA’s Babak Daneshrad says electrical engineers are having to re-wire their intellect to keep pace with wireless technology.
Most clinical psychologists in Los Angeles currently earn an annual salary nearing $90,000, slightly higher than the national norm.
Marketing pro Mark Osborne says the highest-paid call center managers in LA are on a mission to help others succeed.
UCLA Extension’s Eric Latham says special education teachers in LA learn to become good communicators while experiencing cultural diversity.