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The Washington, D.C. metro area has more to offer than proximity to our national government. It is rated as the 19th best place to live in the nation, and the area offers amenities, entertainment and employment opportunities in spades. Better yet? The job market was the area’s highest-rated element in the survey.
Working with children is not for the meek of heart: whether you work as a teacher, school administrator, childcare worker, or even pediatrician, your choice to work with children with allow you to take up a seminal role in the lives and development of countless children. This comes with significant responsibility, and those who work with children must be ready to live up to the challenges.
The Houston area is heralded as the “new Silicon Valley,” a name earned by the exodus of tech jobs from California to Houston, but the region offers an extremely strong economy for jobseekers across industries. Curious about your prospects?
“Diversity & Inclusion” are buzzwords across businesses, especially in the hiring sphere. But how will that look in the future, and are what companies are really making a difference?