This month we’re taking a look at poverty in Waco--about 30.1 percent of Wacoans live below the poverty line, that’s about double the state’s poverty rate, and Waco’s median household income is $32,239 a year, that’s about $20,000 less than families make on average across Texas.
Over the next five years companies will see a fairly substantial exodus of baby boomers from their workforce. Successful internships play an increasingly vital part in recruitment. The more "real life" the work is, the better, says Dr. Andrea Dixon. (*ENCORE)