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Texas employment numbers by MSATexas employment numbers by MSAhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=95222012-09-24T13:03:00Z2012-09-24T00:00:00Z

TEXAS - The Texas Workforce Commission released employment numbers in the 12 months ending August 2012.

Change in Nonfarm Payroll Employment
12 Months Ending Aug. 2012
Metro Area Change % Change
Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown 89,500 3.5%
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington 61,100 2.1%
Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos 25,700 3.2%
San Antonio-New Braunfels 20,700 2.4%
El Paso 7,000 2.5%
Corpus Christi 4,900 2.7%
Odessa 4,100 6.1%
Laredo 4,000 4.4%
Beaumont-Port Arthur 3,400 2.2%
Texarkana 2,800 5.0%
Tyler 2,600 2.8%
Midland 2,500 3.3%
Amarillo 2,400 2.2%
Longview 1,700 1.7%
Abilene 1,100 1.7%
Sherman-Denison 1,100 2.5%
Waco 600 0.6%
Victoria 600 1.2%
Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood 500 0.4%
San Angelo 300 0.7%
Lubbock 0 0.0%
Wichita Falls -600 -1.0%
McAllen-Edinburg-Mission -1,200 -0.5%
College Station-Bryan -1,200 -1.3%
Brownsville-Harlingen -2,800 -2.2%


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