L.A. Becomes Home Base For Former Travel Nurse“The satisfaction we get from our jobs, in having the ability to touch so many people’s lives and having them touch ours, is truly priceless,” said Jonell A. Ksiazkiewicz, a registered nurse.
L.A. Professor Preps Next Wave Of Information Security Analysts“I advise [aspiring information security analysts] to take classes in cyber-security and earn certificates dealing with the different areas of data and information security," said Dr. Joseph Otto.
L.A. Educator’s Career Grounded In Several Vocational DisciplinesBefore Paul D. Witman became the director of undergraduate business and economic programs at California Lutheran University, the associate professor was developing computer software programs.
Ward Clerks Help Medical Facilities In L.A. Run SmoothlyLisa Barrett, a ward clerk transcriber at Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center, says her position in this expanding vocation is a daily blessing for her.
L.A. Firm Uses Traditional Marketing To Shape Public Social ViewsPR expert says public relations specialists must learn how to handle the traditional side of communications and social management.
Party Planner's Tips For Throwing A Halloween PartyBob Gail Special Events president and CEO Bob Levine provides valuable pointers on how to help make your Halloween party in LA characteristic, safe and memorable.
High School Principal Readies Students For L.A.’s Job MarketSandra Gephart Fontana, principal at Arleta High School, says by the time her students receive their diplomas, they have already been taught admirable work habits.
Best Bars With Sake In Los AngelesVisit these best bars in LA that recognize sake as both a premium signature offering and gracious gift from Japan.
Best Dinner Theater In Los AngelesIf you like mixing fine dining with a five-star live performance, here are some of metro L.A.'s more outstanding dinner theaters well worth visiting.
Immigration Prompts Need To Teach English As Second Language In L.A.Silvia Rubalcava, a teacher at Gratts Learning Academy for Young Scholars, says dual or multi-language learning has become a necessity in Los Angeles.
Modeling Profession To See Rapid Growth In Los AngelesAs the overall perception of beauty changes, doors of opportunity are opening wider for aspiring models that better represent the consumers that live and work in L.A.
Army ROTC Preps L.A. College Students For Military LeadershipMajor Shannon V. Shambersky, a professor at UCLA, says Army ROTC cadets have access to dozens of career choices, from military police to cyber-security specialists.