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Scott Spiro, whose L.A.-based company is a 2015 recipient of Microsoft Corporation’s ‘Digital Marketing Excellence’ award, says the advent of social media has resulted in a need for well-rounded market research analysts and marketing managers.
Dr. 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.
Businesses are realizing that millennials are the key to their success and have stepped up the pace to hiring. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger has some tips for transitioning from full-time employee to part-time retiree.
Dr. SriniVas Sadda, Doheny Eye Institute’s newly-appointed president and chief scientific officer, says the job market for skilled ophthalmic medical technicians is dilating in Los Angeles.
Valerie Caldera, a police sergeant at California State University, Los Angeles, says CSULA is diligent in its effort to place more female officers in key positions.
Apprenticeship programs in Los Angeles teach plumbers the tricks of the trade, while paying them good wages along the way.
Professionals, who are well-versed in the language of numbers, have become hot hires. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
Neil Virani, a teacher at William Mulholland Middle School, says the Los Angeles Unified School District is saturating its classrooms with technology to help transform K-12 students into innovative thinkers.
Craig Oka, Director of the Career Education & Professional Development Center at CSUN, says Los Angeles’ business community needs educated problem-solvers able to work right away.
Rabia Djellouli, a professor at California State University, Northridge, says for aspiring mathematicians to better compete for a projected blast of job opportunities in L.A., they’ll need to prepare early.
After years of reductions in government jobs, the tide is turning. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
Instead of spending countless hours on your console or device, why not take that interest to the next level? CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
To determine whether you are a workaholic, ask yourself the following three questions: (1) is work a way to distance yourself from unwanted feelings, (2) is work more important than anything else?,and (3) do you feel like you can’t take a break from work? CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
Consultants can earn $150 to $300 an hour to assist companies, CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.