Lauren Napolitano, Psy.D. shows the diversity of employment opportunities in her field, as she runs a dual diagnosis program at Bryn Mawr Hospital, has a private practice working with individuals and couples.
With a positive outlook in tourism, manufacturing, retail, finance and real estate, the Philadelphia job market is projected to be on the upswing well into 2015.
Cara Street, Manager of Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, advises anyone who is getting into management, “to make sure you find an industry that you are passionate about.”
Hope C. Lefeber, a criminal defense lawyer with over 30 years of experience, shares the educational process it takes to become a criminal defense lawyer.
Theresa Groody, tells prospective education students that “there is room to learn every day.”
Vess Bakalov, co-founder and CTO of SevOne, one of Forbes Magazine’s ‘Most Promising Top 50 Companies,’ says that having a well-rounded college education focused on the fundamentals of computing and networking is a “great investment.”
As we move forward into the end of 2014 and beginning of 2015, the job market, construction projects and home values in Philadelphia continue to rise steadily.
Philadelphia nurse and practice manager for Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Rashida Hardwick discusses the evolving standards for the future of health care.
Zach Stone, Philadelphia co-founder of Red Kite Project, found his life’s calling at age 14.
An undergraduate degree is an important step in landing the right job, but continuing your education will put you in the right direction for landing the job you really want.
With the improving economy and job demands in health care and education, as well as professional and business services, the outlook for a healthy economy in Philadelphia looks very good for the remainder of 2014.
Education in the field of health care is imperative throughout one’s career. Professionals in the health care industry need to stay on top of the latest developments in the world of science and medicine.
The skills needed for this industry are evolving very quickly as technology continues to evolve, and employers are hiring from whichever institutions and organizations provide a relevant education.
In the world of technology, it is important for all educators to learn the latest software and social media outlets.
Jessica Glass Kendorski PhD, an associate professor, explains her role in teaching future school psychologists.