Protecting children’s online data and privacy to keep them safe has long been a challenge for parents, federal regulators, and tech companies alike. While tech officials have claimed that online safety and privacy protections are the responsibility of parents, moms and dads across the United States assert that they are unaware of the hundreds of ways in which their children’s safety can be compromised. California State University, Northridge marketing professor Kristen Walker may finally have a solution, however.
Public Safety Academy Gets Hands-On with California State University, Chico’s Criminal Forensic Anthropology Program
On Monday, January 6. 2020, Fairfield Public Safety Academy cadets were given a rare opportunity to receive hands-on forensics training during a presentation by California State University, Chico’s Criminal Forensic Anthropology Program.
Whether you are searching for exhilarating opportunities to develop professionally, you’re looking to improve your work-life balance, or diversity is at the top of your list, the possibilities are endless at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, CA.
It isn’t often that substantial development happens in Sanibel, FL, but change is currently underway on the island and the city is growing in such a way that ensures that both civilization and nature can thrive.
Growth in Roseville, CA has skyrocketed in recent months and the boom isn’t expected to slow down any time soon. An attractive destination for workers and employers alike, this South Placer County community has a lot to offer.
The city of Los Gatos, California is currently undergoing its 2040 General Plan update and residents and business owners may have a say in the city’s future.
As costs continue to escalate from San Francisco to Oakland, real estate in Concord, including Class-A commercial space, is an attractive investment. Unlike most of the nearby communities that are riddled with strict codes and zoning restrictions, Concord boasts a “No Red Tape” policy for businesses who are relocating to the area.
As businesses across the nation struggle to fill job openings amid record low unemployment rates and worker shortages, many have adopted a unique hiring strategy. They’re stocking up on skilled workers even when they don’t have any job vacancies.
For workers who feel like they’re going nowhere with their current jobs, it may be time to abandon ship and set sail for the Port of Oakland. Together with its business partners, the Port of Oakland supports more than 827,000 jobs throughout the United States, with about 73,000 of those right in the San Francisco Bay area and the region
Google’s transit village is taking over downtown San Jose and a city-commissioned study reveals that more than 25,000 new jobs could be on the way to the heart of the Bay Area’s largest city. That’s a whopping 65 percent increase in the number of workers in the area.