A recent Employment Development Department report reflects growth in Sacramento employment within several sectors related to green operations.
Senior Loan Advisor Josh Mottashed sheds some light on the impact his career has on his life, and the lives of others.
Thanks to her college education, Dolly Goolsby went from being a stay-at-home mom to being a neonatal charge nurse in just a few years.
Within the retail sector, the most impressive growth in the Sacramento region is in automotive sales and parts businesses.
Technology covers an amazingly complex web of endeavors built by web impresarios in a vibrant Sacramento arena.
Vicki Oberg says her master’s program gave her many more “tools” for her “toolbox” as a teacher.
Sacramento employers like Macy’s and Best Buy appreciate the experience and work ethic that seniors bring to retail positions.
Estefani Arellano’s degree helps her navigate her challenging managerial role daily at American Health Care.
With her master’s degree in nursing, Elina Martinez is able to obtain job satisfaction and security at the same time.
Economic growth across the country can bring more tourism dollars and jobs to the Sacramento hotel industry.
Kim Harrison has continuously educated herself both formally and informally to better her career in technology education.
Felice Clark uses her advanced degree every day as a speech therapist for more than 70 elementary school students.