Executive Suggests Tech Students Find A Company They're Passionate About A successful business needs operations, marketing, strategy and happy people working there. If you're smart and hungry, startups are the perfect place to bring non-technical value.
CEO Suggests Information Security Students Should Intern In IndustryIdan Tendler is the co-founder and CEO of San Francisco-based Fortscale, a recent winner of the Cyber Defense Award for the Most Innovative Enterprise Security Solution
Educator Advises Students To Have A Positive Work Culture Despite a continued teacher shortage in San Francisco and in other parts of California, online learning has played a vital role in education for local students, especially for those who have difficulty traveling to more traditional, institutions of higher learning.
San Francisco VP Advises Business Students To Set The Bar HighUris Dacosta is the VP of Design for Bay Area-based PayPal, one of the world's largest online payments systems.
CEO Encourages Information Security Students To Pursue An Internship In The FieldRehan Jalil is the president of and CEO of Bay Area cloud access security broker and cloud apps security provider Elastica.
CEO Advises Information Security Students To Follow The ExpertsWith companies more reliant than ever to protect their intellectual property, the potential growth of new jobs may exceed those estimates.
Leading CMO Encourages Students To Operate Outside Comfort ZoneLetha McLaren is the CMO of Icontrol, the most widely-distributed connected home platform in the industry.
Cryptographer Advises Students To Learn Tools, Skills Outside Traditional CourseworkPaul Kocher is the co-author of the widely used SSL 3.0 standard, designed to provide communications security over a computer network.
San Francisco CEO Wants Tech Students To Think About What Success Is Based OnKirk Krappe is the CEO of Apttus, the category-defining quote-to-cash software company based in the Bay Area.
San Francisco Executive Advises Business Majors To Be Open To Critical FeedbackThe sector with the largest increase was professional and business services, representing nearly half of all new jobs created over the past year.
Qualitative Expansion Of Opportunities Is New Feature For San Francisco JobsAn emerging new pattern in the Bay Area is the qualitative expansion of the opportunities themselves. More and more, employees are being given the chance to write their own job description.