Accredited California vocational and technical schools are plentiful, from San Diego to Los Angeles to San Francisco. The need for educated workers is a top concern for the state, which has become the world's ninth largest economy in 2011 according to Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy. A California vocational school may lead you to a fulfilling and lucrative career in many industries.
California is a leading producer of computer and electronics products, which means there is high demand for workers with relevant and practical classroom experience in information technology, computer information systems, computer network systems and other related fields. According to Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy the California's economic recovery is being led by technology sectors along with industries related to foreign trade and tourism. The large major sector job growth has been seen in computers, management, scientific R&D and architectural & engineering services which results in a gain of 80,400 jobs since December 2009. An appropriate certificate or degree earned through a California vocational school program may lead you to a great career in California's ever-growing computer and technology industries.
According to Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy in California industry concentrations vary by region, Such as San Joaquin Valley has a high concentration of agricultural, In Sacramento government is the major sector, In the Bay Area and Los Angeles Basin Manufacturing has the highest concentration. In California, there may be opportunities for students completing any vocational school program.