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Where does your city fall? Texas employment statsWhere does your city fall? Texas employment statshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=4932015-07-03T06:48:00Z2015-07-03T07:00:00Z

TEXAS - The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has released a report on employees on nonfarm payrolls by state and metropolitan area.

Below is a table with the Texas metropolitan areas ranked by largest percent change in employees from May 2014 to May 2015.

Texas metro areas ranked by change in employees* on nonfarm payrolls
Seletected Areas April May  % Chg.
  2014 2015 2014 2015 May
2014-2015
Odessa 76.9 81.7 77.1 81.8 6.1
Midland 93.3 99 93.8 99.4 6
Beaumont-Port Arthur 163.6 170.3 165.3 172 4.1
Austin-Round Rock 911.6 940.6 915.2 947.4 3.5
Dallas-Fort Worth-
Arlington
3,244.70 3,369.10 3,265.40 3,375.90 3.4
San Antonio-
New Braunfels
943.4 973.2 949.2 978.2 3.1
Laredo 97.9 100.2 98 100.6 2.7
Longview 102 105.4 102.4 105.2 2.7
Victoria 44.2 45.6 44.6 45.8 2.7
McAllen-Edinburg-
Mission
242.3 246.8 243.9 250.3 2.6
San Angelo 47.8 49.1 48.1 49.3 2.5
Corpus Christi 192.8 198.9 194.3 198.9 2.4
Houston-The
Woodlands-Sugar Land
2,903.60 2,971.60 2,923.00 2,985.30 2.1
All Texas Metros 11,480.50 11,785.60 11,544.80 11,831.80 2.5


*In thousands

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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