Construction Jobs To Grow Significantly In Coming YearsThe U.S. government predicts that 1,600,000 new construction jobs will be created by 2022. Construction managers in the San Francisco Bay Area can earn as much as $124,000 a year. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger reports.
San Francisco Manager Connects Psychology Learning To InterviewingAccording to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in psychology, human services and counseling are expected to grow an average 29 percent by 2020. Learning how to quickly find the best people and create top-performing teams is a skill that requires connecting classroom learning to the interview process.
San Francisco Executive Encourages Mental Preparedness"Grad school is a commitment and will take over your personal life.... You have to be mentally ready and also have a support system that understands,” says Rakhi Patel.
Digital Health Company Helps To Improve Patient CareTiatros Inc, a digital health company, offers software that helps doctors improve patient care and lower healthcare costs.
Accounting Jobs Up 19% This YearLove crunching numbers? Jill Schlesinger has more on careers in accounting.
Higher Degree Allows San Francisco Professional To Predict Health Outcomes"[Higher education] is not easy and comes with challenges, but the effort that you put into it is something that will enrich your life," says Dr. Virginia Long.
San Francisco Educational Director Creates Learning ExperiencesDirector of Professional Development, Education Programs at Common Sense Education expanded her career options and found her ideal job.
San Francisco Employment Reaches A 15 Year HighSan Francisco's job market hit a 15 year high in August, and analysts expect that the Bay Area's record-smashing employment rates will continue to rise.
Best Jobs For Number-Challenged MillennialsScience, engineering and math jobs are on the rise but there are plenty of other great career opportunities for Millennials in the communication field.
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Degree Gave Tech CEO The ‘Power’ To Energize San Francisco"I can say with complete certainty that every day I put something from my MBA to work in my day-to-day business. The financial return that I have seen is incredible both for me, but also within my company," says Nic Stover.
Entrepreneur-In-Residence Says Happiness Is Key to CareerMeet Sequoia Taylor, a San Francisco-based entrepreneur-in-residence, who says that your field of study at college is less important to your career than being happy and working hard in your chosen field.
Master's Degree Helps CISO Collaborate With Senior ExecutivesMatt Hollcraft, Executive Director and Chief Information Security Officer, shares his education path to his master's degree.
How Customer Service Jobs Can Lead To A High Paying CareerIn today's Jobs Report, Jill Schlesinger has tips for a career in customer service.
Why Now Is A Great Time To Launch Your BusinessStarting your own business can be rough, but with the right tools, it becomes much easier. Jill Schlesinger has tips to get you started.