Bell Helicopter Textron Inc. of Fort Worth, Texas, says its new assembly center in Lafayette, Louisiana is open for business.
More jobs and cheaper gasoline come with a big, honking downside. U.S. roads are more clogged than ever now that the recession is in the nation’s rearview mirror.
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.
With over 1 million online job postings for nurses, some of the most sought after positions in the Dallas area are for registered nurses.
“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 Jill Buettner.
More education typically leads to better job prospects and bigger paychecks.
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.
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.
“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.
“I developed an interest in global health many years ago through missions, school trips and military service. I knew that a master’s degree would give me additional knowledge, training and open doors to new projects and ideas,” said Dr. Michael Ray, D.D.S., M.P.H.
“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.
“The rewards have been the quiet steady – doors opening. It is the ability to have the skills and the capability to lead people that make a difference in the lives of DISD students every single day,” says Tara Brown.