Let’s Get To Work Los Angeles
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.
Record producer Tim Moore of Mas Music Productions says sound engineers are in demand in L.A.
In order to compete in the business of architectural engineering in L.A., candidates must venture into the high-tech realm of virtual reality.
Joel C. Koury says securing a rewarding profession within the criminal justice system involves more than acquiring book knowledge.
John Hartmann reveals the driving force behind a performing artist’s success and the most common mistake made by artists and their managers.
UCLA Extension instructor Dr. Lynda Wilson explains the benefit of working professionals returning to the classroom.
LA business security analyst discusses how he bridges the gap between business and evolving technologies.
HR consultant Sal Sangi pinpoints the top positions in human resource management for which applicants should strive to reach.
Robert Puro says adaptability and proofs of performance are key elements to remaining at the top in the highly competitive business management field.
Education can help develop the critical thinking and leadership skills required of every nurse seeking career advancement opportunities.