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San Francisco President, CEO Advises Tech Students To ‘Be A Sponge’

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.”


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A Career In Nursing Is More Than ‘Just A Job,’ According To A San Francisco RN

Joanna Lee Neumann, RN, predicts a rewarding and successful career for future nurses in the San Francisco Bay Area.


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Mechanical Engineers Have A Bright Future, Says San Francisco Professor

David Dornfeld discusses green and sustainable manufacturing, and the exciting and challenging field of mechanical engineering.


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Silicon Valley Tech Firms Feel Bound By U.S. Immigration Policy When It Comes To Hiring

With more than half a million legal permanent residents calling the Bay Area home, high-tech companies in Silicon Valley are leading the charge on helping their green-card holding employees achieve citizenship.


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San Francisco Business Management Jobs Among The Nation’s Top Salaries

Many of the highest paid business managers in San Francisco have an undergraduate degree in business, or an MBA.


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Psychologist Encourages San Francisco Students To ‘Have A Passion’

Dr. Ted Boyce, a former psychology professor and founder of the Center for Behavioral Safety, shares invaluable career advice for psychology students.


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San Francisco Entrepreneur Says Succeeding In Business Takes Passion

As previous brand and licensing manager for Angry Birds and the Smurfs in Asia, and current co-founder of Joy Sprouts – Suzanne So helps “move the needle of the future of education.”



UCLA Economists Predict ‘Painfully Plodding’ Recovery For California

California incomes have been rising and the state continues to create new jobs, but a group of leading economists still does not expect the recovery to pick up steam any time soon.


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Rare Photo Of Apple’s Industrial Design Team Shows White Men Continue To Dominate Group

Long after most journalists were ushered out of Apple’s launch event Tuesday, one stuck around to take the first group photo of the company’s new and super-secretive Industrial Design team.


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San Francisco Women Should Investigate A Career In Criminal Justice

Danine Manette, a leading criminal investigator who makes regular appearances on HLN’s “Dr. Drew On-Call Show,” gives career advice in the criminal justice field.




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