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July 22, 2001 | LISA GIRION
If job security sounds like a good thing these days--and you don't want to run a cash register--sign up for that computer class you've been avoiding. The fastest-growing job in America is systems analyst, according to the latest projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The economy will need 577,000 new systems analysts between 1998 and 2008, followed closely by the expected increase in 563,000 retail sales jobs.
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July 22, 2001 | LISA GIRION
If job security sounds like a good thing these days--and you don't want to run a cash register--sign up for that computer class you've been avoiding. The fastest-growing job in America is systems analyst, according to the latest projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The economy will need 577,000 new systems analysts between 1998 and 2008, followed closely by the expected increase in 563,000 retail sales jobs.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 31, 1997
The workplace--influenced by an explosion of technology, a changing work force and global markets--has changed more in the past century than ever before. And it continues to change. Nationally, economists are predicting a surge in jobs catering to aging baby boomers, including everything from retirement planner to nursing-home activities director. Advancements in medical and computer technology will create many jobs.
SPORTS
January 3, 1993
Computer systems analyst Doug Kurtis of the United States beat a field of 150 runners to win Hanoi's first international marathon in 2 hours 39 minutes 14 seconds. Tim Soutar, a British lawyer living in Hong Kong, was second in 2:50:04. The race marks another step in Vietnam's attempt to break the international isolation that followed its invasion of Cambodia in 1978.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 31, 1997
The workplace--influenced by an explosion of technology, a changing work force and global markets--has changed more in the past century than ever before. And it continues to change. Nationally, economists are predicting a surge in jobs catering to aging baby boomers, including everything from retirement planner to nursing-home activities director. Advancements in medical and computer technology will create many jobs.
NEWS
October 27, 1989 | EVAN CUMMINGS, Evan Cummings is a regular contributor to Orange County Life
Greg Sanner, 30, of Costa Mesa and his fiancee had been engaged for a year and had dated for about six years before deciding to marry. The couple had been "levelheaded and logical," postponing marriage until they obtained their respective degrees. But finally the wedding was planned. Invitations had been mailed, bridal showers given. And then--less than four weeks before the wedding--she called it off. Sanner was devastated. "I asked myself all the 'who, what, where, why, how' questions.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 12, 1992 | JOSH MEYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
San Fernando Valley residents will make, or more likely break, two upcoming campaigns to get city voters to pay for 1,000 more police officers and an overhaul of the emergency communications system, political analysts, city officials and area activists say.
BUSINESS
July 30, 1996 | JENNIFER OLDHAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
IBM Corp. endured a barrage of embarrassing publicity last week as the computer system it built for the Atlanta Olympics malfunctioned--and now Big Blue is bracing to see whether the problems will actually hurt its sales.
BUSINESS
July 30, 1996 | JENNIFER OLDHAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
IBM Corp. endured a barrage of embarrassing publicity last week as the computer system it built for the Atlanta Olympics malfunctioned--and now Big Blue is bracing to see whether the problems will actually hurt its sales.
SPORTS
January 3, 1993
Computer systems analyst Doug Kurtis of the United States beat a field of 150 runners to win Hanoi's first international marathon in 2 hours 39 minutes 14 seconds. Tim Soutar, a British lawyer living in Hong Kong, was second in 2:50:04. The race marks another step in Vietnam's attempt to break the international isolation that followed its invasion of Cambodia in 1978.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 12, 1992 | JOSH MEYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
San Fernando Valley residents will make, or more likely break, two upcoming campaigns to get city voters to pay for 1,000 more police officers and an overhaul of the emergency communications system, political analysts, city officials and area activists say.
NEWS
October 27, 1989 | EVAN CUMMINGS, Evan Cummings is a regular contributor to Orange County Life
Greg Sanner, 30, of Costa Mesa and his fiancee had been engaged for a year and had dated for about six years before deciding to marry. The couple had been "levelheaded and logical," postponing marriage until they obtained their respective degrees. But finally the wedding was planned. Invitations had been mailed, bridal showers given. And then--less than four weeks before the wedding--she called it off. Sanner was devastated. "I asked myself all the 'who, what, where, why, how' questions.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 7, 1988 | JOHN JOHNSON and GABE FUENTES, Times Staff Writers
When Judith Barsi prepared to leave Los Angeles for the Bahamas to film "Jaws The Revenge" last year, her father pulled a knife and bade her goodby. "If you decide not to come back, I will cut your throat," he said, according to a relative.
NEWS
October 31, 1994
George Riggs, 64, owner of a public relations firm. He lives in Walnut. Honorable Mention Al Guerrero, 36, a graphic artist in El Monte. He lives in Hollywood. Honorable Mention Park Bucker, 31, a computer systems analyst. He lives in San Diego. Honorable Mention Ruth Kersteter, 49, an artist. She lives in Agoura Hills.
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