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- Jobs Report: Tips For Stay-At-Home Parents Rejoining The Workforce Stay-at-home parents rejoining the workforce need to take essential steps to help land a job and it all starts with working your network.
- Jobs Report: A Good Boss Can Impact Your Entire Career A good boss will not only make your work life more enjoyable, he or she can also impact your entire career. Employees were polled on how bosses made a difference in their former lives.
- Nurses, Healthcare Administrators Are In Demand In Dallas With over 1 million online job postings for nurses, some of the most sought after positions in the Dallas area are for registered nurses.
- Dallas Professor Says Higher Education Opens A World Of Opportunities "When I started college as biology major, I was really not interested in medicine. A friend of mine was working in a lab doing undergraduate research, and she told me how to get into the program. Once I was working in the lab, I was hooked," said...
- Senior Living Consultant Encourages Others To Return To School "There was a nine-year gap between earning my bachelor’s and going back to school to earn master’s. Get involved early and get it behind you, don’t wait as long as I did," said Roy Barker.
- Jobs Report: More Education = Better Job More education typically leads to better job prospects and bigger paychecks.
- Dallas Software Developer Says Master’s Degree Helps You Stand Out Ratheesh Devadoss is a senior software developer for Avalon Consulting, LLC in Plano. Avalon Consulting, LLC is big data consulting firm that focuses on transforming data into business results through a variety of technologies.
- Dallas 911 Operator Gives The 411 On Higher Education "Obtaining my master’s degree will open many career-driven doors for me. I realize that without the master’s degree I may not have those opportunities," says Melinda Jones.
- Dallas Recruiter Suggests Master’s Degree Can Facilitate A Career Change Chad Lawrence started off in sales but didn’t care for it. He wanted to transition into human resources and decided to earn a master’s degree from the University of Phoenix.
- Dallas Social Worker Says Master’s Degree Is A Necessity For Better Jobs "I realized early in my career that it would be necessary to have a master's degree in order to land better and higher paying jobs in my field," says social worker, Rachael Ray.