A career as a life coach is one of the fastest growing professions for students with a psychology degree
Want a career that pays $70,000 without the massive student loans that you might rack up in law school?
Jill Schlesinger highlights a fast growing field that just might be a good fit.
The Silicon Valley job boom continues but a pay gap between men and women remains.
“The good news for job seekers is that the security field faces negative unemployment – companies can’t find enough people with the critical skills; and this shortage is not going away any time soon,” says Mike Lloyd.
Frances Cairns is founder and CEO of San Francisco-based CampusQuad Inc., described as a “digital billboard” and used by leading universities such as Stanford, Duke and Georgetown.
Charles Huang is the COO for Silicon Valley startup Leeo and co-creator of the popular Guitar Hero video game.
Internships provide valuable experience, but ideally they actually turn into jobs. Jill Schlesinger offers some tips on how to put yourself on the path towards a career in the video above.
Susan Tanner, Family Nurse Practitioner for CareMore, advises nursing students to never give up, “no matter how tough the endurance becomes.”
San Francisco business students have the opportunity to gain valuable insight from on of the “10 Rising Stars at the World’s Most Innovative Companies,” according to Forbes.