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Dave Heylen of the California Grocers Association sees job opportunities for local grocers.
Sean Martin works for the Pollock Pines School District. He credits his advanced degrees with his career success.
Medical staff and students work with life-like mannequin simulators and surgical robots to advance training.
Building and contracting sector jobs showed significant gains year over year in Sacramento.
Chief Technology Officer John Nogrady recommends continuing education throughout careers.
Kathleen Guiney believes informatics can help revolutionize the health industry.
With baby boomers requiring increasing care, nursing degrees may soon be in even higher demand.
Technology Trainer Kim Harrison explains why education is vital in the I.T. field.
George Usi acknowledges that his company benefited directly from his education.
Sacramento manufacturers are looking for more front-line production workers and supervisors.
I.T. Business Owner Bobby Reed describes how his education has been the key to his successful career.
Rich Mason of Sacramento built his company on both knowledge and education.
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