For my career path, I chose to be a Pediatric Nurse. I chose to be a Pediatric Nurse , because on this job , you have to have a positive attitude , you get to stay active, and I enjoy working with kids and infants. Nurses also get an everyday challenge and continue learning throughout their career, which makes it even more attempting and interesting.
Texas has a unique history among the states. Several countries have laid claim to the territory which now comprises it, and the state was briefly an independent republic before joining the union in 1845. Today it is known as a leader in job creation, energy production, a laissez-faire approach to economics, and sound public finances. The state is comprised of 254 counties, which is more than any other state. This means that government in Texas is quite decentralized. The state has no towns, townships, boroughs, or villages as local municipalities. Instead, Texans reside in either incorporated areas (local authority being a city) or an unincorporated one (in which case the local authority is a county). The state government incentivized efficiency
Texas is considered a very diverse and unique state in many different aspects. It is the second largest state with more than twenty-six million people residing. People all over the state live in a variety of environments, cities, suburbs, rural areas, you name it. Of course though, like in everything else, there are always both positive and negative things. However, despite the fact that Texas have very high poverty rates and it has the second highest income inequality, Texas is a very interesting state and it has a lot of things that are worth learning about. I learned some things about Texas politics that I thought were very interesting. These topics include the State Constitution and the legislature.
The Texas economy stands 12th in the world and stands as a reason that secession might be possible. From minerals to gemstones, oil to natural gas, and animal products to the creation of electrical equipment the Texas economy stands strong even when other parts of the world are struggling. “Among the natural resources are 16 ports whose economic impact on the United States totals in the billions. For the past decade, Texas has been the top state for foreign exports. Last year, they totaled $265 billion, according to data from the
I would like to go into the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner career field. Pediatric Nurse Practitioners help Pediatricians and other Physicians diagnose and take care of children from infancy to young adults. I have grown up with ten siblings and many more cousins, so I have learned how to deal with children of all ages. Also, I have been interested in the medical field since I was a little girl and I have always loved to help people. I would have liked to be a Pediatrician but I would prefere not be in school for another thirteen years, so I found that the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner was the perfect career for me.
In Texas Got It Right, Sam and Andrew Wyly explore why more businesses and citizens are migrating to the state of Texas. Throughout the book, the authors highlighted many historical figures that were forward thinking and, with their influence and position, made Texas a friendly, livable state and the number one place to move in the country. This paper will review Sam and Andrew Wyly’s explanation of why individuals and businesses relocated to Texas, which, in turn, made Texas an economic powerhouse and a leader in renewable energy.
Texas will meet the increased demands placed on it by an ever-growing population with continuing to focus on and expanding the four industries (cattle, cotton, timber, and minerals) that have dominated its history. The expansion and increased revenue of these industries will help Texas sustain and even nurture its population growth. For years Texas politics has been dominated by individualism and traditionalism. The tradionalistic and individualistic cultures that abound in Texas can make this issue difficult to solve. Expansion often brings change in the many political and financial areas of these industries.. Texas individualists have a negative viewpoint of government and are against government involvement or regulation in industry and Texas traditionalists favor wealthy individuals and
For as long as I can remember, helping others has always been my passion. Allow me to introduce myself. I am senior scholar Diamond J Bennett and I attend City University School of Liberal Arts in Memphis Tennessee. I’ve always admired being someone’s helping hand, or shoulder to lean on. That is why my number one goal in life is to attend a university majoring in Nursing. Nurses are caregivers, trained heros, to care for the sick and infirm. By attending Middle Tennessee State University, I believe I will play as an amazingly great asset to the true blue team!
The Texas Political Culture was influences by The Old South and the frontier experience. The old south had agriculture in some parts of Texas we still have agriculture when you drive between Odessa and Lubbock you will see some agriculture.
Though the Texas' economy has diversified in recent decades, the state's abundant oil and gas resources remain a valuable asset - especially when prices for those commodities are high - that most other states lack. Even if it were possible for other states to replicate these features, the fact that so many Texans have failed to benefit from them - with poverty, low-wage jobs and lack of health insurance all above the national average - makes Texas a less-than-desirable model to
As I consider why I have chosen to pursue a doctorate degree in nursing and
When I travel outside of Texas, whether it is another state in the United States or a different country, I enjoy responding to the question “where are you from?” I never fail to respond with a large smile and pride in my voice as I say, with a forced Texan accent “born and raised in Texas”. Majority of Texans are proud of their state, myself included. Every Texan loves saying the phrase “Everything is bigger in Texas”, and considering that Texas is a very large state, the second largest in the United States at 268,581 miles, it is an appropriate saying. I never really paid attention to the economy in Texas, and it was very intriguing learning about the progression of the Texas economy and its changes in the past. Since the Great Recession Texas has created more jobs than
Texas is known as the independent, friendly, wealthy, job producing state perfect to raise a family. Jobs are the main reasons for so many people moving to Texas, in fact in 2013, Texas has had a net gain of over 300,000. The numbers and stories of Texas growth sounds promising and is very understanding why so many would want to move here but is it all true? It’s time to look at all of the facts and numbers, to see what jobs, income, and wealth in Texas are really like.
The state of Texas is one of the biggest state of the United States. The state of Texas has major cash flows from many industries some of these industries are the oil industry, transportation and logistics and agriculture and food production are some to mention that make the state of Texas a major money maker. Just the state of Texas oil refineries produces more than 4 million barrels of oil per day. The state of Texas is a major growing state in the business industry, we as residents of the state should realize the potential that the state has, and should work together to bring in more jobs to our people.
Population has increase dramatically making Texas the prospect of many American citizens. Many would argue that this is true compared to any other state. Texas looks like the prospect of the United States as well. Texas offers many the opportunities to preview what is to come from the largest country in the decades ahead. Texas is already one of the most independent states. When Texas created benefits for the citizens such as, Social Security and Medicare, they were built very insubstantial. Furthermore, some might see this as a downfall for Texas, but what many individuals need to do is think about today and tomorrow. Every state that has Social Security or Medicare suffered when the recession hit, which caused many to loss money, not just Texas. Furthermore, Americans are pursuing a cheaper cost of living and a less controlled environment in which to do business and Texas provides that. As the United States heads to Texas, without exaggeration, it's worth understanding why. Maybe, to see the downsides ahead or to catch a peek of the opportunities that awaits many citizens. Texas added more than 387,000 residents between July 2010, and April 2012, “ that is significantly more than any other state” (Canas and Phillips 39). In the past, Texas rates of growth have decreased vaguely. Overall, Texas ranked third in the rate of growth at “5.2 percent since the last census” (Hoskisson and Lorraine 247), However, the latest state estimates show that most of the nation’s population growth is in the Southern and Western regions of Texas, with the Northeast and Midwest grow at far lower rates. At the present rate, “Texas will add about 23 million people from 2010 to 2020” (Hoskisson and Lorraine 249). In population growth, Texas remains a state obviously among country and city residential areas. Population quotes for cities and metropolitan areas released in the last year show plenty of