Networking giant LinkedIn has charted the movements of recent college grads and found, perhaps unsurprisingly, that the Bay Area is among the most popular landing spot for job-seekers and new hires.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of a Silicon Valley conference aimed at getting more women into senior positions in the technology industry.
Hundreds of veterans turned out at a major job fair in Silicon Valley on Thursday, where many high-tech employers were looking to hire former military members.
Chris Thornberg, founding partner of Beacon Economics, said businesses will eventually follow, as many people with jobs in San Francisco and Silicon Valley have already moved to the East Bay.
San Francisco’s unemployment rate is at its lowest level in six years, but for those in the restaurant industry, the booming economy is making it hard for some small businesses to fill job openings.
Amazon is bringing hundreds of jobs to the Bay Area.
Toyota’s announcement this week that it’s moving 3,000 sales and finance jobs from Southern California to Texas leaves the Torrance headquarters behind in the dust.
Stephen Levy, Director of the Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy in Palo Alto, said the skyrocketing prices are having wide-ranging effects on the economy.
South Bay Attorney Tom Flores explains why he believes finding a speciality is an important first step to becoming a lawyer.
Seasoned Technologist Owen Tripp offers career advice on education, first jobs and building a professional network.