Texas Workforce Commission
The seasonally adjusted Texas unemployment rate slipped to 6.2 percent in October for the third consecutive month of declines, the Texas Workforce Commission reported Friday.
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The Texas Workforce Commission announced that the unemployment rate has slipped to 6.4 percent for August. The nationwide jobless rate for August stands at 7.3 percent.
The latest job numbers show the Texas unemployment rate has remained virtually flat so far through the year.
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State officials said that the Texas unemployment rate rose very slightly in February to 6.4 percent, but add that leading industries continue to show growth.
The Texas unemployment rate for January rose to 6.3 percent. The Texas Workforce Commission announced the higher jobless rate compared to 6.1 percent in December.
The Texas jobless rate for December has slipped to 6.1 percent in the fourth straight month of declines.
The Texas unemployment rate dropped to 6.2 percent in November for the third straight monthly decline.
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