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Metros that top Texas employment rankings Sept. 2014Metros that top Texas employment rankings Sept. 2014https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=26862014-10-24T06:50:00Z2014-10-24T06:45:00Z

TEXAS - The Texas Workforce Commission released Total Nonagricultural Employment rankings for September 2014. Rankings are by Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). Numbers are preliminary and subject to revision.

Top Texas MSA Rankings Sept. 2014*
Unemployment Rate Monthly Job Growth Rate Actual Annual Job Growth Rate Actual
1. Midland 2.6% 1. College Station-Bryan 4.2% 4,300 1. Midland 6.4% 5,500
2. Odessa 3.1% 2. McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 1.5% 3,500 2. Odessa 5.1% 3,700
3. Amarillo 3.6% 2. Odessa 1.5% 1,100 3. Houston-Sugar Land-
    Baytown
4.3% 119,400
4. Lubbock 3.8% 4. Texarkana 1.3% 700 4. Longview 3.9% 3,900
5. San Angelo 3.9% 5. Midland 1.2% 1,100 4. Victoria 3.9% 2,100
5. College Station-Bryan 3.9% 6. Laredo 1.1% 1,100 6. Austin-Round Rock-
    San Marcos
3.6% 31,400

*total nonagricultural employment
"Yes, Virginia, we know we have the same number twice in some places. Those are cities that tied."

Source: Texas Workforce Commission

To see the full report, click MSA Monthly Rankings under MSA Profiles.

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