Hobby Becomes A Fulfilling Career For Sacramento Small Business Owner"Get a job. Work for free if you have to. Just get in the door and build up some experience. From there, figure out how to do it yourself and go for it," says Ryan Petta.
Sacramento COO Balances Life At Work And Continuing EducationFor security guards and private investigators, a large part of their work depends on the confidence they have in their own abilities to identify, adapt and react to any situation out of the norm.
Sacramento Director Ensures Patients Receive Quality Care They DeserveYou have to have a heart for seniors to do this. If you feel the pain of the elderly and would find it rewarding to help seniors lead healthier, happier lives at home, then this is a good career path.
Leisure And Hospitality Leads Sacramento Job GrowthSacramento did see an uptick in unemployment from 5.6 percent to 6 percent. But most of the report focused around eight sectors with month-over increases in jobs.
Education Is Just The Beginning For Sacramento Psychology ProfessorThe academic world is changing a lot today, but it remains potentially one of the most rewarding careers one can experience if one is willing to work hard and with focus on the goals that have taken you there.
Entrepreneurship A Worthy Calculated Risk Says Sacramento Business OwnerBecause of the challenges associated with business ownership, school gave me the groundwork to take on just about any obstacle in my path.
Education Ensures Career Advancement For WordPress DeveloperThere are places where you can continue to get an education from industry veterans, and that knowledge will benefit you in countless ways. Web development is constantly changing, but starting is the biggest part of the battle.
Sacramento Makes The List For Cities That Are Startup FriendlyIn their August 2015 issue, Entrepreneur magazine ranked Sacramento in the top nine cities -- fourth to be exact-- that are hot for startups, specifically cities that aren't San Francisco or New York.
Education Was Key Ingredient To Rewarding Career For Sacramento Physicist"In today's world, a university education is a requirement for the professional role I serve. All of my secondary educational background, [including] university and military education, has prepared me adequately to fill my professional role," said Sean Jones.
Professor Urges Students To Map Education To Meet Career Expectations"Those interested in an academic career, especially one in the humanities, need to be aware of job prospects and plan their education accordingly," said Charles Tieszen.
Sacramento Attorney Promotes Critical Thinking For Budding Law Careers"A person seeking a career as a lawyer should get the best education they can. Learning how to think critically is an essential requirement for the job," said attorney Clyde Blackmon.
Sacramento CPA Urges Job Seekers To Gain Experience With EducationCompleting your civic duty of paying your federal taxes on time and providing help to people in fulfilling said civic duties -- as well as other financial odds and ends -- can be stressful and lends that industry to being especially prone to the errant customer who'll vent on said review sites.
Sacramento Developer Went Back To School For More Than 'Just The Paper'David Petree, CEO of Cloak and Dagger, went back to school after 20 years of sales experience to set up a software startup that specializes in encryption here in Sacramento. “We are trying to get every day people to better protect themselves in the modern world through technology.”
Education Is The Foundation To Make Meaningful ChangesImproving healthcare from the ground up at a local level starts with someone who has an inherent understanding of patient care as well as the educational foundation to make some meaningful changes. Rayne Soriano is that man.
Sacramento English Professor Enjoys Working With Developmental WritersWith demands for STEM majors being the rallying cry for our nation's young adults in the twenty-first century, colleges are more apt to stuff curriculums full of coding and calculus rather than the arts of reading, writing and critical thinking.