A San Francisco woman is helping break the stereotypes about tech workers with a hashtag #ILookLikeAnEngineer that she created for an in-house recruiting campaign at her office.
President Obama recently pointed out that mass incarceration is now impacting millions of children, across the U.S. Now, a San Francisco Bay Area criminal defense attorney is working to do something about it, shining a light on a rewarding career path for those interested in criminal law.
The June job report paints a rosy picture of employment in the Bay Area, and it’s not only the quantity of jobs created but the quality. San Jose and San Francisco ranked first and second, respectively, in a report on sales job salaries.
An experienced internet technology leader describes his expertise as a manager, advisor and investor. By the nature of the high tech landscape constantly evolving, there is no formula for a successful career.
The company says it is part of an effort to reduce costs around the world by one-billion dollars.
Most states have deeply cut spending in higher education since 2008. Meanwhile more students than ever are enrolling.
Maria Diploudis sheds light on how she navigated different jobs to finally achieve her career goal of landing a full-time job serving children and families in emergency response.
Investors are more likely to fund ventures founded by repeat entrepreneurs who have proven they can take a new company to profitability.
In today’s Jobs Report, Jill Schlesinger says it’s a great time to be a millennial looking for work.
Jill Schlesinger looks at job opportunities for retirees in today’s Jobs Report.