Cancer Isn't Silencing McCain In Career's Latest ChapterThe grave medical diagnosis hit the six-term senator just as he was settling into the latest notable role in his storied career.
Academic Degrees Yield Bigger Paychecks For Court Bailiffs In L.A.“One obvious benefit of gaining a higher education is you start out with a higher entry pay,” said Joe Langill, a deputy sheriff who serves as a court bailiff in Los Angeles.
Doctorate In Psychology Fulfills Greater Purpose For L.A. Practitioner“A doctorate in psychology has opened the door to so many rewarding aspects in the field of mental healthcare,” said Bridget Wilcox.
College Degree Helps L.A. Dog Lover Advance In Animal Care Business“I always have the opportunity to talk to pet owners, vet techs, trainers and many companies making progress in the pet care industry," said Killina Benson, an executive assistant at DogVacay in Los Angeles.
L.A. Remains High-Paying Area For Qualified Kindergarten TeachersBefore they are able to become faculty members, instructors are expected to have earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education and to have completed a traditional or alternative teacher preparation program.
Judicial Assistant In L.A. Helps Courtroom Operations Run Efficiently“I am constantly reading literature and resource materials in all my fields of interest to keep abreast of current trends and developments,” said Fernando Becerra, Jr.
Abby Wambach Plays In Final Match, Ending Her 17-Year CareerThe face of U.S. women's soccer for the past decade since Mia Hamm retired, Wambach insists she's been at peace for a while now with her decision to make Wednesday night's friendly against China in New Orleans her final international match.
The Incubator School In L.A. Educates Young, Gifted Entrepreneurs“Education creates the possibility of a different, more equal future,” said Sujata Bhatt, founder of The Incubator School in Los Angeles.
Technology Information Security Field Expanding Rapidly In Los Angeles“It takes appropriate skills, training and experience to become an information security expert in Los Angeles,” says David Lam, an executive at Citadel Information Group.
Master's Degree In Nursing Aided L.A. RN In Career Objective"The skills I have learned assisted in my organization, influence, flexibility, decision-making and strategic planning," said Mindy Ofiana, an assistant medical center administrator in Los Angeles.
Versatility Is Key To Surviving Music Business, Says L.A. Composer"Versatility and adaptability are the master keys to surviving L.A.'s rigidly-competitive music industry," says Gary Stockdale, a veteran singer-songwriter, musician and composer.
Many Roofers In L.A. Learn Their Trade Through Apprenticeship ProgramsIn Los Angeles, many ambitious roofers attend a three-year apprenticeship program that includes technical coursework and paid training, starting at $19.21 per hour.
Mathematics Professor Helps Students Excel In Societal Areas"[My greatest achievement] is the aggregate of any positive impacts I’ve had on people's lives," said Dr. Cynthia Wyels.
L.A. Business Professor’s Passion To Educate Serves Many Future Laborers“I am continually enhancing and developing new courses for my students to help prepare them for future career success,” said Dr. Charles M. Vance.
L.A. Area Technical Writer Entered Technology Field Ahead Of Curve“I encourage aspiring technical writers to practice instructional writing at every chance,” said Marc Fishel, a seasoned scribe and owner of High-Tech Publications.