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Dallas Business Journal, U.S. Department of Labor Statistics and Forbes all rank Dallas and surrounding Texas cities as top cities in the country for job growth.
Mireya Mata develops training courses for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, in order to find solution-based communication tools for the company’s supervisors.
Joe Herrera says, “Having a master’s degree helps open up other career paths no matter what line of work you are in.”
Kiara Smith, North Lake College Senior Academic Advisor, offers invaluable advice for returning and online program students.
Making the decision to return to school is one of the best decisions one can make, says Ruben Johnson – executive dean of the Business and Technology Division at Cedar Valley College.
Yonwi Bell, Vice President of the NOBCChE for her campus, discusses the benefits and challenges of being a returning student in an online degree program.
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,
Craig Hicks, Solution Manager for Sabre AirVision In-flight Onboard Catering and Provisions, says an advanced degree can open a world of opportunities.
Dallas Police Officer Charles Vaughn discusses the importance of community outreach, volunteering and higher education.
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.”