Houston Drives State Job Growth in February

by CoyDavidson on March 25, 2011

Texas Labor Market Review (March 2011)

The Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown MSA posted the largest numeric job increase in Texas for February adding 9,600 jobs to the non-farm payrolls. However, job losses were posted in the trade, transportation and utilities category (1,110) jobs and the professional and business services sector (1,000) jobs. Job gains were made in the government sector (4,000) jobs, leisure and hospitality sector (2,900) jobs and the education and health services sector (2,300) jobs.

Texas Labor Market Review March 2011

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