Sacramento Tech Software Architect Advocates For Continuous Improvement"Never stop learning! Never stop trying to figure out how to do what you do a little better. Always be a little better than you were the year before," encourages Eric Todd.
Sacramento's Low Unemployment Is Driven By Government HiringThis increase in employment is largely in part to government jobs which saw an increase of over 3,000 jobs from last month. A closer peek will reveal that local government jobs were to thank for that.
Sacramento Life Coach Advocates For Life Long Learning And CuriosityAt first glance, you wouldn't think that someone with a degree in mathematics would one day become a successful life coach, but for Amy Eliza Wong, that's the story.
Sacramento Area Business Owners Suggest Taking A Proactive ApproachA strong foundation of hard work, the passion to make a difference and a solid foundation in basic business principles are required for any business to ultimately succeed. Matthew and Arlette Woods seem to have all those bases covered.
Sacramento DirectorTakes A Practical Approach To Higher EducationAs Director of Assessment at California Northstate University College of Pharmacy, Sukhvir Kaur makes sure that the College of Pharmacy's mission and strategic initiatives are being met.
Sacramento Professor, Administrator Says Expertise Will Set You Apart"My advice would be to build a deep expertise in your field. That will distinguish you from others who may have the same degrees as you," advises Aisha Lowe.
Sacramento Legal Consultant Advises To Add Education To Experience"You can survive on your common sense and experience, but you're more likely to prosper if you add education to practical experience," encourages Eric Dewey.
Sacramento Sees A Hiring Rise In The Regional Job MarketsSacramento's job market looks promising for those seeking positions in manufacturing, construction, retail and service-oriented fields.
Psychology Professor Advocates Gaining Experience As Soon As PossibleBeing good at "wearing more than one hat" seems to be a running theme with many educators and researchers, and Professor Jeffrey Sherman is no exception.
Sacramento Art Director Champions A Well-Rounded Education"Attend college and get a well-rounded education. Always strive to learn something new. Study human-centered design principles. Stay curious about everything," encourages Cris Weber.
Sacramento CTO Encourages Aspiring App DevelopersChief Technology Officer, Craig Lurey, leads the software engineering team of "Keeper Security," making sure their app is on the cutting edge of technology and ever secure.
Sacramento Medical Educator Encourages Others To Join Medical FieldMost medical assistants offer a balanced skill set with equal parts knowledge of human anatomy and physiology with day-to-day management know-how unique to the medical field.
Sacramento Professor Advises Future Educators To Pursue Higher Education"I was influenced throughout my education by certain key people in higher education who advised and helped me to succeed when I was in college. I would have given up on higher ed if it weren't for these people," says Tamara Chesire.
Economists Say Full Job Recovery For Sacramento Within The YearSacramento is poised to end 2015 with the accomplishment of having achieved full job recovery at 2007 levels.
Sacramento Jobs Report: Report Names Top 25 Up-And-Coming Job Fields For MillennialsJill Schlesinger says the advocacy group “Young Invincibles” examined government data on pay, projected growth and the share of young people working in each