Texas Workforce Commission
The latest job numbers show the Texas unemployment rate has remained virtually flat so far through the year.
Good news for some military veterans… as a part of the College Credit for Heroes (CCH) program, service to your country can now translate into college credit hours.
A state workforce training initiative for military veterans is being expanded from four to 10 colleges and universities.
As the summer break approaches, many teens will begin looking for work. But finding a job can be tricky.
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.
It may be quiet now at Frisco’s Exide Technologies battery recycling plant, but Friday night, the silence will give way to celebration.
The Texas unemployment rate slipped to 6.6 percent in October, from 6.8 percent in September, for the second straight month of declines.
Texas Veterans will be out in numbers at the Ballpark in Arlington on Thursday to participate in the “Hiring Red, White & You” statewide job fair.
The Texas unemployment rate has fallen sharply to 6.8 percent in September, down from 7.1 percent in the largest one-month drop in nearly 30 years.