Job growth in the field of play therapy is strong, as therapists help children cope with their problems and help them connect their emotions to words through play.
According to Dallas auditor Keeva Clacks, going back to school was difficult but paid back tenfold in terms of satisfaction and income.
Bureau of Labor Statistics ranks Dallas second, in both the number of jobs added and the rate of job growth, among the 12 largest metropolitan areas in the country,
Dallas Police Officer Charles Vaughn discusses the importance of community outreach, volunteering and higher education.
Craig Hicks, Solution Manager for Sabre AirVision In-flight Onboard Catering and Provisions, says an advanced degree can open a world of opportunities.
Ann Hatch, found her calling while writing for the high school student newspaper, and went on to “make the switch to media relations and never looked back.”
Harvard graduate and professor Dr. Cindy Castañeda offers wise words for returning students in Dallas.
Dianna Booher, founder of Booher Consultants, received the Council of Peers Award for Excellence.
Sergio Mora, Texas State Representative with the Dallas Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, discusses how he found his true passion in the health care field.
Employment is booming in Dallas and a solid education can be just what you need to become a part of this growth.
If you think being a teenager flipping burgers and making minimum wage is the only thing one can do at a fast food restaurant, think again.
Providing health care to individuals is a goal for many. Providing it to third world countries is the career goal of Alyssia Sloan.