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CBRE: Texas demographics, labor market, business conditionsCBRE: Texas demographics, labor market, business conditionshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=29022014-10-03T12:23:00Z2014-10-03T00:00:00Z

TEXAS - CBRE has released a special report — Impact of Corporate Expansions and Relocations on Major Texas Office Markets — that highlights the significant role of corporate expansions and relocations in the recovery of the Texas office market since 2010.

Below is an excerpt of the full report.

Key Workforce & Business Statistics for the Five Largest U.S. States
  Demographics Labor Market Business Conditions
State Total
Population
(2013, Mil.)
Civilian
Labor Force
(July-14, 000s)
Unemp.
Rate
(July-14)
Total
Payroll Jobs
(July-14, 000s)
Best States
For Business
(Rank, 2014)
State Business
Tax Climate
(Rank, 2014)
Small Business
Policy Index
(Rank, 2014)
California 38.332 18,579.8 7.4% 15,492.5 50 48 50
Texas 26.448 12,979.5 5.1% 11,607.8 1 11 3
New York 19.651 9,599.5 6.6% 9,042.2 49 50 47
Florida 19.552 9,611.2 6.2% 7,795.9 2 5 5
Illinois 12.882 6,512.8 6.8% 5,824.5 48 31 35
U.S. 316.128 156,023 6.2% 139,004 N/A N/A N/A


Sources: Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Fortune, Tax Foundation, Chief Executive Magazine, Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, CBRE Research, September 2014

For more information, see Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston or San Antonio Market Data Sources.

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