BROWNSVILLE, Texas – The executive director of Workforce Solutions Cameron says 70 percent of tomorrow’s jobs will not require a four-year degree. 

Pat Hobbs spoke about the workforce needs of industry at a recent Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation conference held at the Brownsville Events Center. The event was titled Inquieta – Women Maximizing their Impact.

Hobbs said he could count on two hands the number of jobs that require four years of higher education. 

This podcast features an interview Rio Grande Guardian International News Service editor Steve Taylor secured with Hobbs immediately after his presentation at the GBIC event. 

Editor’s Note: The above podcast is the first in a two-part series on the future of higher education. Part Two will be posted in our next edition.


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