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Ranking It

Texas dominates best cities to start a new job list, but Houston is somehow left out in favor of Fort Worth

By Claire St. Amant

Starting a new career can be daunting, but experts say living in the Lone Star State makes the transition a bit easier for new graduates. According to a new survey from, Texas boasts ...

Homestate Glory

Where the jobs are: Texas unemployment rate drops to new low as Rick Perry crows at an Obama blow

By Claire St. Amant

For the sixth straight month, Texas unemployment rates are declining. According to the latest figures from the Texas Workforce Commission, Texas' unemployment rate fell to 5.7 percent in Januar ...

Hometown Glory

Houston tops Texas in small business friendliness — one of the very best in the U.S.

By Jonathan Rienstra

It’s no secret that Texas is one of the economic leaders in the country, but’s latest study shows that the state is as good for small businesses as it is for Fortune 500 com ...

Houston A Top 5 Jobs City

Texas still beats California in jobs with Houston in America's Top 5

By Whitney Radley

Forbes recently ran the employment numbers and found, unsurprisingly, that Texas is home to some of the best cities for jobs in 2013.  "Some East Coast boosters of the Golden Sta ...

Jobs City

Houston dominates national best places to work list: What, you're surprised?

By Whitney Radley

With mild weather, great-looking residents and ample employment opportunities, we always knew that the Lone Star State was the place to live.  But a recent report by WorkplaceDynamics ...

High-quality, affordable education

From culinary arts to computer science, Houston Community College gets Houston working

By Promoted Series Correspondent

How did Felipe Riccio become one of the youngest sous chefs at Reef, one of the city's finest restaurants? How did 56-year-old Enrique Chavez, who was unemployed for six months, find a computer ...

Be current

How to stay relevant — and keep your job — after 55: Embrace social media & get a haircut

By Jane Howze

It is a common and somewhat justified belief among executives closing in on their 60th birthdays, that their age is working against them.They typically respond by revising their resumes — lea ...

now hiring!

Job Land: Houston ranked the most prosperous city in America by a wide margin

By Karen Labuca

Proud to be a Texan? If you want a job, you probably are. More than 100,000 new jobs were created in Houston since the recession, making it the most prosperous city in the country according to ...

You Know What I Mean?

Dear Fayza: How do I deal with a co-worker bully without killing her?

By Fayza A. Elmostehi

Americans work, and we work hard (well, if you equate hours worked to effort levels, that is). It's pretty startling to think that we spend more time with our coworkers than our loved ones. ...

The Patriotic Promise: Building Veteran Human Capital for Texas Employers

This one-day symposium explores best practices from an array of experts on how to build programs for veteran, military spouse, wounded warrior, reservist and National Guard human capital recruitmen

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