Jobs Report: More Women Becoming Their Own BossesMore and more women are becoming their own bosses. In the United States, women now own 30-percent of all businesses and that number is growing, fast.
'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.
Jobs Report: Up & Coming Job Fields For MillennialsA new report is naming the Top 25 up-and-coming job fields for Millennials. The advocacy group Young Invincibles examined government data on pay, projected growth and the share of young people working in each job.
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.
Jobs Report: Good Listening Skills Could Land You A JobCustomer service reps are employed in nearly every sector of the economy and here in Texas, they earn a mean wage of nearly $38,000. But for high performers in industries like cable companies; insurance carriers; and professional, scientific, and technical services, income can rise to above $47,000.
Jobs Report: Job Seekers Considering EntrepreneurshipAs of last year, there were 24 million entrepreneurs in the United States – that’s 14-percent of the population and the highest rate recorded since Babson and Baruch Colleges began studying entrepreneurship in 1999.
A Higher Degree Is A Higher Calling For Dallas Psychologist"[Continuing education] is really not about how smart you are; it is about your goals, ambition and perseverance," says Dr. Sonia Schwalen.
Dallas Educator Says Master’s Degree Helped Her Advance Her Career"You only get one shot at living. If the path you choose to take includes obtaining a master's degree, then go for it!" says Tara L. Paige.
Master's Degree Is Key For Opportunities, Suggests Dallas Nursing StudentElise Shankle decided to pursue a master’s degree in nursing because I saw the need of health promotion and disease prevention in my community.
Jobs Report: Competition Driving Up Starting SalariesThere’s good news for some workers as competition heats up to lure talent. Starting salaries in professional occupations are expected to increase an average of 4.1-percent in 2016.
Fort Worth Police Officer Bets On His Future With A Master’s Degree"I want to give back to a career field that has made me the person I am today. I want to give perspectives to the future professionals of the criminal justice system," says Lavigne.