Notable Career Ends With Sentencing In United Airlines CaseHe once was New Jersey's highest ranking law enforcement official, a mentor to Republican Gov. Chris Christie and the head of one of the nation's most powerful transportation agencies. On Monday, David Samson's next title could be far less glamorous — federal inmate.
Police Lieutenant Communicates Passion For Criminal Justice"If I were to offer advice for those looking at a career in criminal justice, it would be to communicate your passion for the career and then allow that passion to be the overarching theme for your career," encourages Timothy Albright.
Sacramento Experimental Psychologist Stresses Good Grades And Research"As an undergraduate student, make sure you are earning good grades as well as getting research experience," encourages Marilu Isiordia.
Sacramento Marketing Manager Stays Focused On Skills And Passions"Embrace what you know you're good at while studying the things that interest you. I believe that anyone who has educated themselves can learn to do almost any job. So focus on your skills and your passions; you may be pleasantly surprised where you wind up," encourages Chad Vander Veen.
Sacramento Sees Significant Job Growth In The Fall Of 2015The additional 3,400 jobs added between the months of September and October of this year are certainly a good economic indicator that job growth is stronger than ever.
Sacramento Attorney Urges Prospective Attorneys To Remain Curious"Get a good education with an emphasis in reading and writing and be curious about the world around you," encourages Mark Wasser.
Folsom School Owner Credits Hard Work And Determination For Success"I couldn’t be happier with my decision to pursue this career path, but it takes a lot of hard work and determination to make the school the best it can be for the children, families, teachers and the community," said Kaylee Agaman.
Sacramento Entrepreneur Urges Young Professionals To Utilize Social Media"Represent yourself and your professional skills in an authentic yet professional way." advises Nick Leffler.
Infusion Nurse Would Recommend Nursing As The Perfect Career For Anyone"Nursing is the perfect career for anyone. Nurses are needed all over the world in an enormous variety of manners," says Heidi Wieser.
Sacramento Director Urges Budding Marketers To Know Future Trends"In order to excel in a marketing career, you’ll need to understand how that ties into a company’s overall objectives and goals," advises Janelle Johnson.
California Employment Department Gives Hiring Boost To Local VeteransNovember 11 saw Veterans Day come and go, but the fine people at the California Employment Development Department are making sure that those veterans that are living among us find jobs that match the skills they've learned while on tours of duty.
Psychology Professor Urges Educators To Remain Passionate"Enjoy your work and field of study, because you want to maintain a high level of enthusiasm and passion for what you're teaching," encourages Dr. Ross Avilia.
Educator Urges Others To Become A Teacher For The Right Reasons"Go into teaching if building a child's confidence, seeing the joy of understanding in a young face and getting a hug completes your day," says George Young.
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.
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.