Jill Schlesinger shares tips on how to become your own boss in the new year.
Liliana Velazquez, RN works as a labor and delivery nurse at the birthing center at Sutter Davis Hospital Birthing Center providing mother and baby care.
Adria Rosendale, science teacher at Harriet Eddy Middle School, encourages anyone interested in teaching to observe some classes.
Daniel Hazlett advises aspiring information technicians to “utilize all of your talents and keep your skills updated.”
The coding craze has been in the career news for years, but now it is capturing even more of the market by converting even children into coders.
Adam Freas, an EOPS counselor and instructor at Sacramento City College, says “Success in counseling comes down to purpose, interest and passion.”
Are you looking for the perfect gift for someone on a job hunt? Here are a few gift ideas that may be helpful. Jill Schlesinger reports.
Lisa Hegdahl, puts her passion for science education to work as part of the board of directors for the California Science Teachers Association.
A career path in law enforcement is an ever evolving education in terms of laws, procedures and current events.
Alvaro Mendoza, associate telecommunications engineer with Sacramento Municipal Utility District, says the key to success in any career field is to “enjoy what you do.”
Director of Veterans Association of Northern California, David Stockwell finds career satisfaction in “most importantly taking care of our nation’s heroes.”
Abe Emard, CEO of SUNWorks, is working “to provide safe, clean, and reliable solar power to help businesses achieve energy independence.”