Texas Employment Analysis

( Data Date : December 2019 )

Texas Employment Data

Located in the Southwest region of the U.S., the Lone Star State is known for cattle, cotton, computers and oil. In the last decade, Texas’ economic growth has been supported by population in-migration, robust energy sector, and revived industrial activity in the Rio Grande Valley. Recent lower oil prices have created major job losses in mining and manufacturing sectors. Momentum of economic growth is expected to continue strong, but exposure to the volatile energy industry provides a factor of uncertainty.

State/Metropolitan Employment Data:

Texas Unemployment Rate Trends (% change)

  • Compared to national rates, texas unemployment rate in December 2019 was lower by 0.2% than the U.S. rate of 3.5%.

  • Employment information is based on data provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

    Graphs and charts are based on monthly data from 2000 to present (BLS reports monthly data a month to six weeks after the close of each month).

    The data MuniNet Guide uses and presents is seasonally adjusted.