Dan Skeen, a Bay Area tech expert who spent much of his career working for the Department of Defense, displays valuable insight for job seekers in the Bay Area and Silicon Valley.
More students than ever are applying for undergraduate admission at the University of California and California State University systems.
A group of middle school students in Contra Costa County who have had enough of online bullying are on a mission to delete social media negativity with a campaign that is growing statewide.
What causes people to lie and how do you spot someone who isn’t giving you the truth? These are among the topics discussed in the new Lying 101 class offered at Saint Mary’s College this January.
With an expected four percent increase in student enrollment and an estimated 100,000 teachers expected to retire over the next decade in California, affirms the need for more talented educators.
President Of Medical Device Consulting Firm Foresees Continued Growth In The San Francisco Health Care Industry
A South Bay consulting firm comprised of medical device professionals, foresees a continued demand for health care jobs in the Bay Area.
Jill Irwin offers career advice for individuals seeking to gain a competitive edge in business management positions, particularly in the health care field.
CEO of Shaw Security Management in San Francisco, expects to see added growth in security services for 2014, ranging from ‘mall cop’ to para-military contractor.
As the tech sector enjoyed a positive trend for new jobs in 2013, expectations are just as high in the next two years.
Berkeley City College professor offers career advice for individuals interested in entering a career in sociology.