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Plano ISD job fair for teachers April 23

Plano ISD teacher job fair April 23, 2016
Plano ISD teacher job fair April 23, 2016

Plano Independent School District
Teacher Job Fair
Saturday, April 23, 2016
9 a.m. to Noon

In order for applicants to receive an invitation to the Teacher Job Fair, the following qualifications must be met:

  • Must hold, or be eligible for, a valid Texas Teaching Certificate.
  • Must be highly qualified under the requirements of No Child Left Behind.
  • All elementary candidates must have ESL certification in order to be offered a teaching position in PISD.
  • Must successfully pass the criminal history/background check.
  • Register by April 8, 2016. This timeline will be strictly enforced.
  • Current 2015.2016 Plano ISD teachers are not eligible to attend the Teacher Job Fair.

Registration Information
Existing Applicants

If you currently have an active application, please log in to TEAMS and update your application.

Plano ISD Online Employment ApplicationOpens new window

Under “Contact Origin,” you will need to choose, “April 2016 Teacher Job Fair” (see example below).

Plano ISD teacher job fair April 23

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Plano Independent School District
Teacher Job Fair
Saturday, April 23, 2016
9 a.m. to Noon

In order for applicants to receive an invitation to the Teacher Job Fair, the following qualifications must be met:

  • Must hold, or be eligible for, a valid Texas Teaching Certificate.
  • Must be highly qualified under the requirements of No Child Left Behind.
  • All elementary candidates must have ESL certification in order to be offered a teaching position in PISD.
  • Must successfully pass the criminal history/background check.
  • Register by April 8, 2016. This timeline will be strictly enforced.
  • Current 2015.2016 Plano ISD teachers are not eligible to attend the Teacher Job Fair.

Registration Information
Existing Applicants

If you currently have an active application, please log in to TEAMS and update your application.

Plano ISD Online Employment ApplicationOpens new window

Under “Contact Origin,” you will need to choose, “April 2016 Teacher Job Fair” (see example below).

Forbes: Texas cities among best for jobs

Multiple Texas cities made Forbes magazine “Best Cities For Jobs 2014” list in different size divisions.

Rankings were based on short-, medium- and long-term job creation going back to 2002, and they factor in momentum — whether growth is slowing or accelerating.

Texas cities making the “big cities” list (those with nonfarm employment over 450,000) were: Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos (3), Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown (5), Dallas-Plano-Irving (9), Fort Worth-Arlington (11), and San Antonio-New Braunfels (12).

The only MSA to make the “midsize” list was McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, landing at ninth. Mid-size cities were those with between 150,000 and 450,000 nonfarm jobs.

Small cities: The majority of Texas cities to make the “small cities” list (150,000 or less nonfarm jobs) were in oilfield regions: Midland (6), San Angelo (11), Odessa (15) and Lubbock (16). College Station also made the list at ninth.

WHO ARE OUR READERS? – Collin County Demographics: http://www.co.collin.tx.us/business/numbers.jsp

Job creation slowed in May

 The Real Estate Center in College Station, Texas, reports that  Texas’ job creation machine slowed in May following heavy losses in the state’s federal government sector.

According to the Real Estate Center’s latest Monthly Review of the Texas Economy, the state’s nonfarm employment growth rate from May 2010 to May 2011 was 1.9 percent, down from 2.4 percent. Private sector nonfarm employment rose 2.7 percent, down from 2.9 percent from April 2010 to April 2011.

Texas is still outperforming the U.S. economy in job creation. U.S. nonfarm employment rose 0.7 percent while the nation’s private sector employment increased 1.7 percent.

Texas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 8 percent in May 2011 from 8.1 in May 2010. Over the same period, the nation’s rate decreased from 9.6 to 9.1 percent.

All Texas industries except the information industry and the government sector had more jobs in May 2011 than in May 2010. The state’s federal government sector lost 31,000 jobs.

All metro areas except Sherman-Denison, Brownsville-Harlingen, San Angelo, Texarkana, Wichita Falls and Abilene had more jobs last month than the year before. Odessa ranked first in job creation followed by Dallas-Plano-Irving, College Station-Bryan, Midland and Corpus Christi.

The state’s actual unemployment rate last month was 7.9 percent. Midland had the lowest unemployment rate followed by Amarillo, Lubbock and College Station-Bryan.

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