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Alma Flor Ada, Ph.D., Professor of Education, Emeritus at the University of San Francisco, expects high demand for educators for years to come.
Cindy Fassler, vice president and chief talent officer at Professional Career Advancements in San Francisco, expects the hiring trend for managers from a variety of industries to be strong all year.
Linda Fodrini-Johnson offers insight on her background and career advice for people interested in a position in elder care services.
Duke Bunag, CEO and owner of San Francisco-based Delta Special Services, foresees added growth in 2014 for jobs in the private security industry.
In an increasingly competitive environment for Bay Area jobs, valuable insight and advice from a leading expert in psychology might help students decide how to manage their career paths.
Dan Skeen, a Bay Area tech expert who spent much of his career working for the Department of Defense, displays valuable insight for job seekers in the Bay Area and Silicon Valley.
With an expected four percent increase in student enrollment and an estimated 100,000 teachers expected to retire over the next decade in California, affirms the need for more talented educators.
President Of Medical Device Consulting Firm Foresees Continued Growth In The San Francisco Health Care Industry
A South Bay consulting firm comprised of medical device professionals, foresees a continued demand for health care jobs in the Bay Area.
Jill Irwin offers career advice for individuals seeking to gain a competitive edge in business management positions, particularly in the health care field.
CEO of Shaw Security Management in San Francisco, expects to see added growth in security services for 2014, ranging from ‘mall cop’ to para-military contractor.