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2017 Best Cities for K-12 Teachers

The school year is coming to an end at most kindergarten-12th grade schools, and many districts across the country are in the process of determining staffing plans for the coming year. That means the time is right for teachers to find a job in a new area. A recent analysis from GoodCall shows that many […]

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  • A teacher sits with her students in a classroom of young boys and girls drawing on one large piece of paper.

    2017 Best Cities for K-12 Teachers

    The school year is coming to an end at most kindergarten-12th grade schools, and many districts across the country are in the process of determining staffing plans for the coming year. That means the time is right for teachers to find a job in a new area. A recent analysis from GoodCall shows that many […]

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    2016 Best Places for Physicians and Surgeons

    Demand for doctors across the country is high – especially for primary care physicians – and many hospitals and practices are paying well to draw top talent to their ranks. According to a survey from physician recruiting firm Merritt Hawkins, more than 60% of final-year medical residents in 2014 said they received more than 50 […]

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    2016’s Best Places for Hispanic Entrepreneurs

    Introduction While the economic recovery has been slower than some would like, business is booming for many Hispanic entrepreneurs. From 2007 to 2012, the number of U.S. businesses grew just 2%. However, during that same period, minority-owned businesses experienced significant growth – 38%, according to the most recent Census Bureau Survey of Business Owners. And Hispanic business […]

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    2016’s Best Places for Women Entrepreneurs

    Last year, GoodCall ranked 2015’s best places for women entrepreneurs. Now, we’re updating our rankings for 2016 – with help from leading experts in women’s entrepreneurship and input from women business-owners themselves. We ranked nearly 400 MSAs (metropolitan statistical areas) in 4 categories to determine which areas are best overall for women entrepreneurs. The top 5 places for women entrepreneurs in 2016 are 1. Victoria, TX; […]

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    2016’s Best Cities for K-12 Teachers to Live and Work

    Summer vacation is either here or right around the corner for most school districts across the country. And for many teachers, that means a well-deserved break. In 2015, we wrote about how teaching is one of the most demanding (and lowest-paid) professions. However, according to teachers, it’s also one of the most rewarding. According to recent studies, […]

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    2016’s Best Colleges and Universities for Scholarships

    College tuition is constantly on the rise – the College Board‘s most recent numbers have it at $9,139 and $22,958 on average for in-state and out-of-state students at public four-year colleges, respectively, while private four year colleges cost an average of $31,231. Student debt is going up, too. Class of 2016 grads are leaving college […]

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    2015’s Best Cities for Black Entrepreneurs

    OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE With the economy steadily improving, now is as good a time as any to make the leap into entrepreneurship. And while we’ve already looked at the best places for women entrepreneurs, we wanted to find the best, most supportive environments for another group that’s growing yet often under-represented when it comes to […]

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    2015’s Best States for College Preparation

    More and more students are going to college. But, according to recent studies, they’re not always ready for it when they get there. A 2014 survey, conducted for the Washington-based nonprofit Achieve, asked high school graduates from the classes of 2011-2014 about their perceived levels of preparedness for higher education and the real world. The […]

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    2015’s Best Cities for Women Entrepreneurs

    [Please visit the 2016 Best Places for Women Entrepreneurs for the latest rankings] With the growth of women-owned businesses on the rise throughout the country, it’s never been a better time to be a woman entrepreneur. That’s why we put together these rankings for 2015’s Best U.S. Cities for Women Entrepreneurs. In this report, we […]

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  • Hispanic boy with Down Syndrome sits cross legged on the floor and reaches for toys. His female Hispanic young adult teacher sits on the floor with him and reaches for a different toy.

    The Best States for Elementary Special Education Teachers

    We know that teaching is one of the most demanding professions out there. However, it’s also one of the most fulfilling. According to an April 2015 survey by the University of Phoenix, nearly 9 in 10 teachers (88%) are satisfied with their jobs, while 68% would recommend teaching as a career to others. The main […]

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