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- What Does A Career In Real Estate Involve? The housing market is crazy here in the Bay Area, so a career in real estate may be a good fit. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger on the new hot job. (3/25/15)
- CEO Says San Francisco Students Should Find Mentor Vik Singh, the CEO of Bay Area-based Infer, credits much of his success in the tech industry to his many talented mentors.
- Tech CEO Advises San Francisco Students To Become Ethical Hackers Marcin Klecynski was just 14 years old and in high school when he started his tech company after getting a virus on his parents' computer.
- Education Majors In San Francisco Must Be Passionate About Teaching San Francisco students thinking of becoming an educator may not necessarily follow the fascinating career path of Debbie de Coudreaux, but there’s a good chance they’ll be inspired by learning of her past achievements.
- How To Create A Killer LinkedIn Profile To Land Your Next Job Jill Schlesinger says it's a great time to do some spring cleaning for your professional image and career.
- San Francisco Exec Advises Students To Leverage Their Business Acumen Jay Banfield is the executive director of Year Up Bay Area and former Assistant Treasurer for the City and County of San Francisco.
- Make A Career Out Of Your Passion, Says San Francisco Health Care Admin San Francisco students majoring in a health care-related program are expected to have many job opportunities upon graduation.
- Focus On Diversity In San Francisco Tech Companies Shellye Archambeau is the CEO of MetricStream and one of the world's most influential African American women in technology.
- Best Entry-Level Jobs To Jump Start Your Tech Career Jill Schlesinger has more on how newcomers to the tech field can get a foothold in this lucrative industry.
- San Francisco CEO Says IS Students Should Choose Career Path Based On Ability Reed Taussig is the president and CEO of ThreatMetrix, a leading security technology company headquartered in San Jose.