As a wife and mother of nine children with a full-time job teaching middle school math, one would think Amanda Swasso of Canton, Texas doesn’t have much time for anything else.

Each year, across Texas and our nation, we pay tribute to one of the most challenging and rewarding professions—nursing.

Cybersecurity, foreign hackers, and data breaches continue to grab headlines, while posing a significant threat to personal, business, and government security. WGU Texas offers 10 degrees in IT related study areas, including our latest.

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?

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