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- Solar Jobs Growing As Home Builders Become More Eco-Friendly Solar panel installation and sales jobs are growing.
- Special Needs Teacher Finds Satisfaction Offering Riding Instruction Ever since IDEA, not only have the numbers of kids served increased, but more kids have health conditions identified as chronic or acute, like tuberculosis, rheumatic fever, asthma, lead poisoning, and diabetes.
- Baltimore County Social Worker Is A Vital Part Of Mobile Crisis Team The Baltimore County Mobile Crisis Team is a collaborative endeavor made possible by the Baltimore County Police Department and the Baltimore County Health Department along with the Affiliated Sante’ Group.
- Former Baltimore Nurse Gets Creative In Her Encore Careers As baby boomers retire in record numbers from jobs many have held for decades, they are turning to second or what are often called ‘encore’ careers as work options.
- Population Trends Driving Up Demand For Physical Therapists The physical therapy profession is poised to grow dramatically, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, for many of the reasons attributed to the surge in other health areas.
- Art Therapist Believes In The Healing Power Of Creative Process Art therapy has been cited as particularly helpful in situations where trauma is involved, for the creative process seems to initiate the healing process where words do not; an image, indeed, becomes worth a thousand words.
- For A Baltimore Mediator, It's All About Being 'Relational' Mediation is an alternative to costly litigation and is focused not only on brokering a resolution to the immediate conflict, but the current model, a more collaborative approach, hopes to lay the foundation for better relationships going forward.
- Good Time To Ask For Pay Raise
- The Need For Statisticians Grows
- Baltimore Entrepreneur Eager To Nourish Her Dream As of year end 2014, women entrepreneurs, according to the National Association of Women Business Owners, now lead 9.1 million enterprises, and 20 percent of companies with revenue of one million or more now has a woman at the helm.