Let’s Get To Work Los Angeles
Kaiser Permanente’s Evelyn Aldana says the role of a certified nursing assistant is critical to the well-being of a surgical patient.
Kaiser Permanente’s Sandra Armas says pediatrics is a worthwhile medical field in Los Angeles that aspiring licensed vocational nurses should consider pursuing.
UCLA Extension’s Dr. Terri Anderson says sociology students in Los Angeles don’t need to become sociologists to benefit from their degrees.
Loyola Marymount University’s Dr. Charles M. Vance says business management students can better prepare for their future by learning to expand their horizons.
Attorney David S. White says educated paralegals and legal assistants are finally reaping benefits from Los Angeles’ economic recovery.
Los Angeles Trade Technical College’s Jess Guerra says job opportunities for skilled automotive technicians are moving into fifth gear.
UCLA Extension’s Nurit Katz says the expanding field of sustainability is cultivating relevant job opportunities throughout Los Angeles.
Performer and music composer Gary Stockdale says it’s now easier for self-employed entertainers to better manage their business interests.
UCLA School of Nursing Assistant Dean Suzette Cardin explains which major credential emergency room nurses must have in Los Angeles.
Information security veteran David Lam says schools and associations in LA are now preparing computer practitioners for a lucrative profession in the cybersecurity field.
Loyola Marymount University’s chief of public safety, says the role of a campus security guard has toughened to better safeguard students and staff.
Video game wiz Jason Gregory says skillful and math-minded programmers are in high demand in Los Angeles.
Marriage and family therapist Lynn R.W. White says psychotherapy has become a useful and needed service in Los Angeles.
Charge nurse Bernardo “Bernie” Duran explains what it’s like to work in one of LA’s more-advanced and ambitious operating rooms.
UCLA Extension’s Rich Burnes says job seekers should not allow their bashfulness to prevent them from landing top-paying positions at leading corporations in Los Angeles.