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  ECONOMY OVERVIEW
  

The unemployment rate in Texas, Texas, is 4.80%, with job growth of 1.10%. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 37.40%.

Texas, Texas Taxes
Texas, Texas,sales tax rate is 8.25%. Income tax is 0.00%.

Texas, Texas Income and Salaries

The income per capita is $26,513, which includes all adults and children. The median household income is $52,576.


  ECONOMYTexas, TexasUnited States
  Unemployment Rate  4.80%5.20%
  Recent Job Growth  1.10%1.59%
  Future Job Growth  37.40%37.98%
  Sales Taxes  8.25%6.00%
  Income Taxes  0.00%4.60%
  Income per Cap.  $26,513$28,555
  Household Income  $52,576$53,482
  Family Median Income  $61,958$65,443
  POPULATION BY OCCUPATION
  Agriculture, forestry, fishing, hunting  0.92%1.35%
  Mining, quarrying, oil and gas extraction  2.44%0.61%
  Construction  7.84%6.19%
  Manufacturing  9.15%10.41%
  Wholesale trade  3.01%2.72%
  Retail trade  11.61%11.55%
  Transportation and warehousing  4.53%4.11%
  Utilities  00
  Information  1.78%2.12%
  Finance and insurance  4.63%4.69%
  Real estate, rental, leasing  1.94%1.89%
  Professional, scientific, technical services  6.36%6.68%
  Management of companies  0.10%0.08%
  Administrative, support, waste mgt svcs  4.61%4.27%
  Educational services  9.66%9.34%
  Health care and social assistance  11.98%13.81%
  Arts, entertainment, recreation  1.47%2.16%
  Accommodation, food services  7.43%7.44%
  Other services  5.34%4.94%
  Public administration  4.30%4.80%

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  3/28/2017
Texas is rapidly changing

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  8/17/2016
Texas is not a great place to live.

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