Texas Workforce Commission
The unemployment rate in Texas has fallen to 7.3 percent in January, the state’s lowest jobless figure in nearly three years.
The Texas unemployment rate has fallen to 7.8 percent in December, the lowest figure in 2 1/2 years.
More than 100 people working for United Parcel Service (UPS) in Carrollton will soon be losing their jobs.
The unemployment rate in Texas dropped slightly to 8.4 percent in October, down from the last month’s 8.5 percent.
The Texas unemployment rate has edged up slightly to 8.5 percent for August as the state lost jobs for the first time this year.
The city of Fort Worth sits near the top of an unenviable list: The online career site Careerbliss.com slotted Fort Worth as one of the 10 cities in the nation with the slowest job growth year over year.
The unemployment rate in Texas has jumped to 8.4 percent despite another increase in the number of jobs.
The Texas Workforce Commission reported the state’s unemployment figure is a full percentage point behind the national jobless rate.
The Texas Workforce Commission announced that the metro jobless rate held steady last month, compared to the May 2010 unemployment rate.
Just last week, the unemployment rate in Texas dropped from 9- to 8-percent and a good chunk of those unemployed are over the age of 50. Many are finding themselves in unknown territory, unsure how to make it in today’s marketplace.
The Texas unemployment rate has dropped for the third consecutive month, falling to 8.0 percent in April.
The unemployment rate in Texas has dropped slightly for the second straight month as the state continues to add jobs.