Since the recession in 2009, Houston has added more than 250,000 new jobs, with 24 percent of these new jobs classified as high-wage jobs – earning more than $21 per hour.
According to a new study, the percentage of those who are obese more than doubled over the past 30 years.
Houston is estimated to have a GDP in the range of $1.2 trillion by 2023.
The Houston metropolitan area added nearly 100,000 new jobs over the past year.
Houston is now one of the top cities in the country for people looking to relocate, and hire.
For every layoff in 2008, there have now been more than two jobs created through the first quarter of 2013.
Kathleen Brush uses education to ensure her expertise remains relevant to clients.
Nutritionist Nicolette Pace says without certain nutrients, people can feel tired and irritable.
NEW YORK (AP) — Halliburton Co. said Wednesday its third-quarter net income fell 12 percent as drilling activity declined and costs rose in its core North American business. The Houston energy services company earned $602 […]
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