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In his jobs plan, Greg Abbott opts for a minimalist aesthetic.
The eccentric billionaire is considering launching his space program in Cameron County and making his car batteries in-state—which could add thousands of space-age jobs to the Texas economy.
A new CBO report warns that raising the federal minimum wage would reduce employment, around the country, by 500,000 jobs. Texas wouldn't see the worst of that.
A report from the Congressional Budget Office projects that the Affordable Care Act will keep American's labor force participation rate at anemic levels.
Central Texas was the first stop on President Obama's "Middle Class Jobs and Opportunity" tour.
The latest data from the Texas Workforce Commission shows that the state actually lost jobs last month. About 4,100. The total employment numbers have changed 0.0 percent. But still!
Some Texas cities top the list for the fastest growth rate, others top the list for the greatest number of new residents. The reason behind both? Jobs.
Take it down, ordered U.S. House operations officers.
The Texas economic miracle continues. Five of the nation's top ten counties for job growth are in Texas, according to CNN Money.
Texas cleaned up on Forbes' "Best Cities for Jobs" lists this year.
The city tops Forbes' annual list for the second year in a row, while Dallas, Houston, San Antonio all crack the top ten.
New numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that California added some 142,000 more jobs than Texas in the last twelve months.
Lubbock was rocked by news of a nude housecleaning service this week. Three other jobs where people bare it all on the job.