TeenForce Connects South Bay Youth With Jobs
California Unemployment Rate Drops; Bay Area Accounts For 40 Percent Of State's Job GainsThe number of workers without jobs in California decreased last month from the previous month and the number of nonfarm payroll jobs increased, according to new data from the California Employment Development Department.
San Francisco Entrepreneur Helps Solve Medical Cases OnlineJared Heyman, founder and CEO of CrowdMed, explains how his company operates and provides encouragement for others aspiring to enter the digital health industry.
San Francisco Is Finding A Boost In Tech And Government JobsStarting in early 2016, Google will begin offering a training program to teach people who don't have a background in technology how to create apps for their Android operating system. And the San Francisco district office of the United States Postal Service has begun hiring for both seasonal and permanent positons
SF Area Licensed Psychologist Enjoys The Variety in His CareerReflect on what you really want to do in the end. Is it clinical care, research, other applied work or some combo? Then work backwards from there to see what degree and experiences you need to get to that point.
San Francisco Doctor Suggests The Medical Field Is A 'Calling'"As a 'forever optimist,' I do believe each deeply committed individual pursuing a life -- not just a job -- as a medical doctor will find happiness," encourages Adriana Rozsa.
Oakland Paying Nonprofits $340K To Enforce Worker, Tenant LawsThe Oakland City Council is asking for outside help enforcing its minimum-wage and tenant-protection laws.
San Francisco Manager Connects Psychology Learning To InterviewingAccording to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in psychology, human services and counseling are expected to grow an average 29 percent by 2020. Learning how to quickly find the best people and create top-performing teams is a skill that requires connecting classroom learning to the interview process.
Higher Degree Allows San Francisco Professional To Predict Health Outcomes"[Higher education] is not easy and comes with challenges, but the effort that you put into it is something that will enrich your life," says Dr. Virginia Long.
Entrepreneur-In-Residence Says Happiness Is Key to CareerMeet Sequoia Taylor, a San Francisco-based entrepreneur-in-residence, who says that your field of study at college is less important to your career than being happy and working hard in your chosen field.
Feds Investigate Claims UC Berkeley Underpaid Custodial WorkersFederal authorities are investigating allegations that a UC Berkeley custodial contractor underpaid workers who cleaned up after football games and other sporting events at the university.
San Francisco Entrepreneur Leverages Psychology, Computer Science BackgroundThe co-founder of drchrono, a fast-growing concept medical platform, discusses how degrees in both psychology and computer science are connected to his current role. Meet Daniel Kivatinos, a Silicon Valley success story.