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- Sacramento Job Market Report: The Benefits Of Telecommuting Rather than a raise, some employees found that new or additional benefits were important.
- Sacramento Job Market Report: What Industries Are On the Rise? Companies are going to be hiring next year. Find out where the most growth is projected.
- Sacramento Chemist Uses Technology To Increase Crop Efficiency "As a chemist, the most interesting aspect is the scientific component. The products we develop will make it possible to feed a growing global population that is expected to reach nine billion people by 2050." says Tamara Meragelman.
- Sacramento Entrepreneur Motivates Students To Explore, Learn And Experience "Let college be a total learning experience... You are right where you need to be, so learn from everything around you and change course as needed at any age," encourages Cheryl Laughlin.
- Nursing Professor Encourages Others To Remain Educated, Flexible "Be flexible and open to new adventures along the way because technology may change how you achieve your goals," encourages Harriette Carr.
- Sacramento Job Market Report: Fewer People May Apply To Jobs You're Going For Ever wondered how many people you're competing against for a job? The application pool might be shallower than you think.
- Sacramento Job Market Report: Sleeper Pick For Top Paying Jobs Find out which jobs you should be looking at and how to get them.
- Sacramento's Low Unemployment Is Driven By Government Hiring This increase in employment is largely in part to government jobs which saw an increase of over 3,000 jobs from last month. A closer peek will reveal that local government jobs were to thank for that.
- Sacramento Tech Software Architect Advocates For Continuous Improvement "Never stop learning! Never stop trying to figure out how to do what you do a little better. Always be a little better than you were the year before," encourages Eric Todd.
- Sacramento Job Market Report: Politics Offering Employment Possibilities From political scientists to survey researchers, the election cycle is bound to be full of opportunities.