Sobha Fuller, Director of Nursing for Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine at Parkland Health & Hospital System, says of earning her master’s degree “
“It’s what you do with the additional education that matters, not just having ‘It’,” says Ernie Cote CEO of ChemicalInfo.
According to the latest figures, released Jan. 2015, from Bureau of Labor Statistics, the nation ended the year with 252,000 jobs added in December 2014; this is the best growth since 1999.
As a Technical Account Manager at AppDynamics, Vijay Shankar Venkatachalam provides technical support for customers, helping them utilize AppDynamics’ technology to meet their business needs.
Severina Ware accesses and analyzes criminal suspect and offenses information, prepares special crime reports, graphics and statistical data to help keep the city safe.
Linda Duran teaches Social Psychology at KD Conservatory College of Film and Dramatic Arts, where students major in Motion Picture Production, Acting, or Music Theatre.
“Don’t get a master’s degree immediately following your bachelor’s. Figure out what you love to do, start doing it and then identify a master’s program.”
Dr. Scott Wise, Chief Operating and Medical Officer, says “Most practicing physicians have a business manager to manage the business side of things. The degree helped me to do both.”
Mark C. Clark is the senior partner at O2Works, a company that specializes in implementation of Oracle software applications for a variety of businesses.
This “self-taught” computer technologist looks to higher education as the next step in battling cyber crimes.
Lori Vann is a licensed professional counselor in a private practice. She counsels teenagers and adults dealing with self-injury; and, she is also a supervisor for interns looking to become licensed counselors.
The web continues to dominate the way the world does business. As people become more comfortable with doing transactions online, more applications and the need for more technologists will continue.