World renowned psychology expert Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly offers some career advice for psychology students in San Francisco.
Excuses for calling in sick to your job can range from the mundane and ordinary (like a flu call-in) to the more outlandish or wild. CareerBuilder, has been keeping track through a survey and has released some of the strangest reasons employees have given for sicking out.
Torsten Kolind, CEO and co-founder of San Francisco-based YouNoodle says, “In big tech, you’re a cog in the machine, in a startup, you build the machine.”
Stephen Schmitz, says the opportunities in public relations are endless, and advises prospective job seekers in this field to “find what interests them and look for a job that puts that passion to use.”
Registered nurses are in high demand in San Francisco, and one nurse and administrator in the field discusses the rewards of having a career that impacts the quality of life for people every day.
A San Francisco supervisor wants retail stores to give their employees more predictable work schedules.
Employment in the information security industry is expected to rise 37 percent by 2022.
Inspirational speaker and best selling author, BJ Gallagher discusses how her sociology degree has helped lead her into a successful career.
Paul Stich, runs a company specilaizing in mobile device security, shares valuable career advice for students interested in the information security industry.
Sunil Rajamaran, president and CEO of Scripted, advises prospective tech students that staying current on industry trends “could make the difference between success and failure.”