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Texas Unemployment Down To 7%
by HellFire
 Texas Unemployment Down to 7%
May 07, 2012 | 375 views | 2 2 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Latest Economic Indicators
March 2012
  Texas Labor Force Statistics Current data OTM chg OTY chg  
  Civilian Labor Force (Actual) 12,532,115 0.5% 1.1%  
  Seasonally Adjusted 12,539,596 0.2% 0.9%  
  Employment (Actual) 11,655,731 0.7% 2.2%  
  Seasonally Adjusted 11,658,376 0.3% 2.0%  
  Unemployment (Actual) 876,384 -1.9% -10.8%  
  Seasonally Adjusted 881,220 -1.1% -11.3%  
  Unemployment Rate (Actual) 7.0% -0.2 -0.9  
  Seasonally Adjusted 7.0% -0.1 -1.0  
  Data Link (Custom Reports)        
           
  Texas Nonfarm Industry Employment        
  Actual Series 10,723,800 0.7% 2.3%  
  Seasonally Adjusted Series 10,741,700 0.1% 2.3%  
  Data Link (Custom Reports)        
           
  TWC Salary Survey        
  Texas Average Hourly Wage $20.30      
  Wage Information Network        
  Data Link (Custom Reports)        
           
  Unemployment Insurance Claims        
  Initial Claims filed for the month 74,343 6.3% -12.4%  
  Continued Claims filed for the month 678,840 -7.6% -16.8%  
           
  Consumer Price Index        
  United States 229.392   2.7%  
  Dallas-Fort Worth* 212.618   2.7%  
  Houston-Galveston-Brazoria* 204.291   3.6%  
  Data Link (Custom Reports)        
           
  * CPI data for Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston-Galveston-Brazoria are produced in alternating months.
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HellFire
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May 07, 2012
Teaching obama a lesson is putting financial risks at the forefront. While obama needs to be thrown out and prosecuted for his traitorous acts, attention should be focused on the economy at this point.

Then send the illegal alien back to kenya along with all his illegal relatives living off the hard working American. Oh, and his supporters and imaginary uncle too!!!