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Some experts suggest using a salary range as opposed to any single number, according to CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
UCLA Extension’s Dr. Varaz Shahmirian says earning a certificate in an information technology area helps applicants seek and secure high-end tech jobs in Los Angeles.
Kristine McGill, a drug education coordinator, says all patients in Los Angeles could have a primary care pharmacist in place by 2022 to help them receive better and safer medical care.
As a demand for school psychologists increases in Los Angeles, Carol Goodkind says a number of factors are influencing the manner in which they are helping students with special needs to succeed.
CSULA’s Dr. Jiang Guo says a demand for more adept software engineers is on the rise in Los Angeles.
CSULA’s Dr. Howard Xu says if they don’t learn solid laboratory skills while in school, newly-minted biological technicians in Los Angeles would have a tough time figuring out on-the-job techniques.
Clinical pharmacists in Los Angeles earn high-heeled wages for good reason. They assume a variety of important duties to help improve the lifestyles of all age groups that rely on prescription medications.
California Lutheran University’s Jennifer Twyford says the number of mental health services is increasing within Los Angeles’ school system to help ward off incidents of possible violence.
With job prospects for interpreters in ample supply, Fernando Becerra, Jr., says the practicum program he created at UCLA Extension is designed to help legal-minded students in Los Angeles reach success.
After dedicating a minimum of 11 years of intense training to become practicing pediatricians in Los Angeles, these healers of children take their expertise far beyond their medical settings.
About one out of two post-9/11 veterans will face a period of unemployment as they seek new jobs outside of the military, CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
Becoming an open-water lifeguard in Los Angeles requires extraordinary physical fitness and an ability to withstand the most daring environment for a rescuer.
Santa Monica College’s Marce Kelly says ambitious marketing managers should set their sights on Silicon Beach for some of the best employment opportunities in Los Angeles.
Santa Monica College’s Saul Rubin says for emerging news reporters to better compete for jobs in L.A., they will need to know traditional journalism and how to handle multimedia production.
Candidates are increasingly using interviews to determine whether the company and the potential new boss are the right fit. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger offers tips on how to identify a “bad boss.”