Dallas Jobs Are Expanding In Both Education And HealthcareIn September, over 26,000 non-farm jobs were added. 224,8000 positions have been added within the year from September 2014 to September 2015.
Dallas Psychiatry Professor Finds Reward In Helping Others"The biggest reward is being invited into someone’s life and having the opportunity to positively impact the trajectory of their future," says Dr. Meredith Chapman.
Dallas Entrepreneur Returns To School To Enhance Her ExpertiseThere are definitely some hurdles, especially if you’ve been out of school for a while, but it’s really shaken things up for Jennifer Bristol in a good way.
Dallas Teacher Pursues Master’s Degree To Fulfill Work Aspirations"I believe earning my master's degree will provide me with the advanced knowledge and skills necessary to build on everything I have learned over the past four years working with my students," says Elizabeth Burrus.
Dallas Research Doctor Advises To Follow Your Passion"When things get tough, sometimes the only thing that might get you through it is to know that you had a goal and a vision, and you need to finish it," encourages Dr. Hinshelwood.
Deputy Chief Of Police Says A Degree Will Increase Personal Growth"I am able to help citizens, co-workers, friends and family with life issues. It isn’t about giving them the answer; it is about helping them find the right answer for themselves," says Deputy Chief Shead.
Dallas Business Owner Points To Master's Degree For Success"I worked hard for two solid years and was able to obtain my MBA, which has helped me be the entrepreneur that I am today," says Fatesta Bateman.
Master’s Degree Establishes Connections For Dallas Technology Sales Director"My biggest reward [in earning my master's] was coming out of the two-year program with a great job and now being a part of a strong alumni network," says Kirstin Sym-Smith.
Higher Degree Helps Dallas Licensed Professional Counselor Fulfill His Passion"I pursued a doctorate in counseling because I wanted to help people improve their lives and their marriages," says Dr. Don Hayes.
'Stay Your Course' Encourages Dallas Director Of Patient Safety"Stay the course no matter how challenging it may be. The end result will be worth it." Dr. Tracy B. Chamblee encourages others to pursue higher education.
Dallas Community College Official Says Higher Education Equips StudentsAnita Gordy-Watkins, Associate Vice Chancellor of Global Economic Development, encourages students to pursue higher education.
Dallas Home Health Aide Positions Continue To Be UpbeatThe healthcare industry in Dallas is vibrant and the Home Health Aide career continues to increase as the general population continues to age.
Dallas Executive Says Master’s Degree Helps With Life Changes"As a human resources leader, consultant and entrepreneur, the [master's] degrees gave me the added value for executive leadership and strengthen my business acumen," says Dexter Coleman.
Dallas Criminology Student Says Master's Degree Can Open Doors It is not the same as college; it is no longer just regurgitating what the professor wants. It requires deep thought and analytical skills.
Master's Degree Expands Your Knowledge, Helps Gain Understanding"Not only will [a master's degree] provide you with a competitive advantage in the workforce, but it will also re-energize you in your current situation," says Ryan O'Neil.