Sharon Raiford Bush
California State University’s Dr. Rika Houston says in order for graduates to better compete for the best marketing jobs in Los Angeles, they’ll need to keep up with current trends and ever-developing technology.
As returning military members transition to a new career, recruiters are hoping their pathway leads them to a high-need teaching position in Los Angeles.
California State University’s Dr. Andre Avramchuk explains what is being done to help prepare prospective health care professionals for an anticipated flood of high-paying positions in LA.
Global Spinners Entertainment’s Kevin Dobbs explains why many DJs in LA are now adding management and leadership skills to their resumes.
Kaiser Permanente’s Richard Kilgore says the need for qualified radiologic technologists with computer knowledge is growing in Los Angeles.
Loyola Marymount University’s Dr. Nicole Bouvier-Brown explains why proficient chemistry teachers are in crucial demand in Los Angeles.
California State University’s Piers Armstrong says schools are now preparing aspiring court interpreters for top-paying jobs in Los Angeles.
Here are some of the more productive L.A.-based singer-songwriters that are now turning heads within Tinseltown’s ever-changing musical landscape.
As LA remains prone to nearly every calamity known to man, lucrative job opportunities for emergency management professionals will continue to grow.
As employment opportunities for midwives swell in LA, those in the profession seek to change the way childbirth is managed.
As Los Angeles’ commuter rail service and new subway system continue to expand, job opportunities are projected to skyrocket.
Here are a few choice spots in L.A. where relationships are enhanced and business deals are made during a fun night out with the guys.
A veteran L.A. mixologist and his celebrated protégé share a tasty spin on some enticing Fourth of July cocktail recipes.
If you’re new to town, here are some of the best sports-dedicated pubs in L.A. where ice hockey loyalists get their kicks.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics is predicting a 19-percent spike in employment prospects for archaeologists over the next eight years.