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Sacramento Tech Mogul Didn’t Let Education Setbacks Dampen Goals

“I struggled with math in college at CSUS. I took calculus four times and failed it each time. I dropped out because I couldn’t pass calculus and switched to ITT Technical Institute in Rancho Cordova. I graduated from there with a bachelor and associates degree, which helped land me my first job at Electronic Arts.”

08/03/2015

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Sacramento English Professor Advises Students To Train For Future Jobs

“Tutor and student teach as much as possible before you actually start teaching on your own. You pick up many great habits and tips that way,” advises Denise Engler.

07/27/2015

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Psychology Professor’s Work Preaches The Importance Of Higher Education

” I was fortunate to have very good mentors who prepared me and gave me many opportunities to be competent at my job,” says Emilio Ferrer.

07/27/2015

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A Degree Is A Must For Sacramento Financial Planners

I believe you need to study knowledge which is essential for your profession along with personal development courses to improve yourself.

07/27/2015

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Sacramento Among Top 15 Cities To Work Based On Job Satisfaction

According to Glassdoor’s annual survey on the best cities to find a job, Sacramento ranked in the Top 50 for best cities overall but more importantly ranked 14th when it came to overall job satisfaction.

07/20/2015

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Education Enables Sacramento Manager To Serve Others

“All of my degrees included an internship component that allowed me to get experience and practice in the real world,” said Jolene Ford.

07/20/2015

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Sacramento Attorney’s Education Didn’t End At Graduation

David Mastagni makes the justice system accessible to working class people in an affordable way while providing top-level representation.

07/20/2015

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California Jobless Rate Drops To 6.3 Percent In June

California’s jobless rate dropped back to 6.3 percent in June after seeing a slight increase in May.

07/17/2015

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Sacramento Manager Found Education Helpful When Facing Deadlines

Oftentimes, one of the best ways to work smarter and not harder is to implement software and hardware strategies in your business.

07/13/2015

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Sacramento Chief Operating Officer Pays Attention To Details

Francesca Banducci is the chief operating officer of Sway Group, a marketing agency that touts itself as a company who ‘smoke the competition.’

07/13/2015

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Higher Education Increased Employment Opportunities For Social Worker

Social work, a degree that many individuals in college don’t even think about, but for Diane Weber, it was a degree that opened her up to more opportunities than she could ever imagine and allowed her to pursue her passion of helping others by focusing on behavioral health.

07/13/2015

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New Opportunities Open Up For Welders In Sacramento

​Work Force Development Manager William Walker at Sacramento Works says Siemens is looking for between 170- and 300 welders for a large upcoming project.

06/29/2015

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