While demand for tech jobs in San Jose remain high, Silicon Valley has helped spur the economy by creating new jobs and businesses in other industries.
Teri Hockett, founder and CEO of What’s For Work, an East Bay career management business for women, took a few moments to share her thoughts on career management and the job market.
A Silicon Valley project called, The Last Mile, sets up a group of volunteers with select inmates from San Quentin State Prison to prepare them to join the workforce in tech jobs once they are released.
Despite all the headlines about the surge in technology jobs in San Francisco, on report suggests the tech sector still makes up only a tiny percentage of the city’s private jobs.
One exceptionally successful San Francisco entrepreneur, offers valuable career advice for Bay Area job seekers.
Creative director of Informationgraphics.biz, offers career advice for people interested in entering a career as a computer graphics artist.
Alston Chiang of Jobspring San Francisco offers insightful advice for Bay Area job seekers.
Technology executive, Scott Pine, offers career advice for people interested in entering the highly competitive tech industry.
Although job growth in the San Francisco Bay Area has slowed, many experts forecast a rise in employment postings, particularly in the tech sector.
Glassdoor.com released a report that finds the Bay Area is the best place to work in the country based on employee satisfaction results.