Texas’ dynamic economy is something we should embrace — a changing and growing economy based on the diversity of both jobs and our workforce. From health care to education, the oil patch to technology and cybersecurity, the jobs are there, but how will we fill them?

When it comes to preparing for a career in human resources or business management, the WGU Texas B.S. Human Resource Management program is a sound choice. It certainly was for WGU Texas graduate Carol Caldwell, who proved it is never too late to go back to school and never too late to succeed.

Rachael Black is the oldest of six siblings and the first in her family to graduate from college. She’s a self-proclaimed “science nerd,” who began her teaching career last fall after receiving her degree from WGU Texas.

We live and work in an increasingly mobile society and staying connected can be a challenge. At WGU Texas, online doesn’t mean alone.

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