With more than 275 technical degrees and certificates, the colleges of DCCCD provide training across a wide array of industries from accounting to public safety. Learn more about the areas of training offered by the colleges of DCCCD.
If you want to recruit and retain talent with a competitive wage, how much should you pay your workers?
TexasWages.com provides employment projections and wage information (mean wage, median wage, entry wage, experienced wage) for the entire state of Texas.
Provided by the Labor Market and Career Information (LMCI) Department of the Texas Workforce Commission.
To help answer the question about what to pay your employees, data on what wages meet the basic needs of individuals or families in Dallas County (aka “a living wage”) becomes relevant.
Here is a sampling of the hourly wage information we provide for students and all residents of Dallas County via our Living Wage Calculator:
Provided by the DCCCD Labor Market Intelligence Center (LMIC).
There are several talent pipelines for local industry.
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You can also partner with our colleges to help build the local talent pipeline.
Regional pipeline data provided by the Dallas Regional Chamber.