Texas Job Growth Slows in March

by CoyDavidson on April 25, 2012

Texas Employment Update – April 2012

The Texas economy continued to expand but at a slower rate in March. Texas added 3,700 jobs in March. Year to date, the state has gained 82,500 jobs at an annualized growth rate of 3.1%. The 3,700 net jobs added in March was considerably less than the 19,900 jobs added in February and 58,900 jobs added in January.

Job Creation Year-to-Date by Sector (March 2012)

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Texas Labor Market Review – April 2012

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