Sharon Raiford Bush
By the time executive chefs start earning six-figure wages in L.A., they have already attained a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of seven years’ experience slicing and dicing.
California Lutheran University’s Cindy Lewis says career options in Los Angeles are plentiful for job seekers with a degree in criminal justice and a multi-disciplinary mindset.
Here are a few well-established used bookstores in Los Angeles that continue to attract readers, researchers, film producers and faithful collectors of rare finds.
For a memorable experience, here are a few first-rate locations in greater Los Angeles that promise easy-to-negotiate treks, fun-filled days and remarkable vistas for the entire family to relish.
Dermatologists put in a lot of time and academic effort to become successful in Los Angeles, a sun-dominated city where most specialists are earning top-dollar paychecks.
Dr. James Rudd, Chair of CSULA’s natural science program, says employment opportunities for natural sciences managers are teeming in Los Angeles.
Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center’s Elvira Garay says in order for health educators to better compete for jobs, they’ll need to know how to work with L.A.’s culturally-diverse population.
With a host of Irish eateries and taverns scattered throughout and around L.A., here are a few places where you’ll find some of the more satiating, bone-warming mixtures of Irish coffee.
Brian McGinn, a newly-hired engineer in Los Angeles, has joined the ranks of super-thinkers now moving into strategic formations to help protect computer systems from cyber invasions.
Lois M. Shelton, an associate professor at CSUN, says the need for tech-savvy entrepreneurs has skyrocketed in Los Angeles.
Dr. Mike Shaw says California Lutheran University equips its physics majors with what they need in order to secure future employment in the natural science disciplines of astronomy and astrophysics.
Even with the clock ticking away, there are many ways to experience the glory of L.A. within 24 hours, from both land and air.
Elissa Underwood, a phlebotomist at Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center, says employment prospects for those who draw blood from patients are plentiful in L.A.
Barney Santos, a lecturer and business owner, encourages tech-minded entrepreneurs in Los Angeles to get off the fence and launch their own enterprises.
Dr. Charles M. Vance says Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles strives to help mold the next generation of effective business leaders.