Sacramento IT Student 'Shadows' His Way To SuccessRobert Westendorf, IT Tech Student used MTI's staff shadowing opportunity to find career success as part of the Server Management Unit for the State of California's FI$Cal project.
Sacramento IT Project Manager Encourages People To Explore Technology Opportunities In The Public SectorThere are so many different avenues for IT professionals in Sacramento, but many forget about the prospect of working in the public sector.
Tips For Using Social Media To Score A Sacramento JobStep one to landing a great job? Update all online profiles.
Profiled: A Web Administrator In SacramentoSucceeding in a web admin role in Sacramento takes a strong education and diligence.
10 Jobs With A High Starting SalarySacramento's higher education graduates in some fields do better than others. Find out who's earning the most.
Job Market Skill Gaps In SacramentoThree major skill gaps in Sacramento are currently providing job opportunities: nursing, security and criminal justice.
Sacramento Sees Continued High Job Vacancies Within Criminal JusticeCriminal justice continues to be a burgeoning field for job seekers.
Filthy Manteca Mobile Home Park Targeted By State InspectorsThey've been living in filth but for free, but now the state is ready to clear out a Manteca mobile home park allegedly filled with squatters.
Best Places For Computer Classes In SacramentoVirtually every sector of the economy uses technology to operate, so computer skills are critical to get hired or advance one’s career. Read on for some of the best computer classes offered in the Sacramento area.
California Jobless Rate Dips Below 10 PercentCalifornia's jobless rate dipped below 10 percent last month for the first time since the recession began, the state announced Friday, signaling that the state's economy may have finally turned the corner.
Audit Shows State Employee Posted Nearly 5,000 Comments While At WorkA state employee used company time and taxpayer money to post thousands of comments on a local newspaper's website but never lost his job.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Unclaimed Property LoopholeA Call Kurtis investigation reveals the state of California is taking in some people's money as unclaimed property, and they may never get it back.
'Runs Great' Not Part Of Vehicle Description In State Auction Hundreds of vehicles cut from the state's budget were on the auction block Wednesday, but they weren't exactly flying off the lot.
State Says There's No More Unreported Money In Special FundsA detailed review of more than 500 state special funds released Friday found hundreds of millions of dollars in accounting discrepancies but no instances beyond the state parks department in which government officials purposely underreported the amount of money.
Questions Arise On What State Will Do With Special Funds MoneyAs the Department of Finance continues to look at just how much money is stashed away in special funds, questions are being asked about how that money can be used.