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Title: Hot stats: Texas high-tech employment - August 2006
Authors:
Source: Condition of the Texas Banking System, 2006, : ,pg 34-  
Subjects: High technology industries - Employees
Additional Information: ID: 2267; Graph: Computer, communications and semiconductor manufacturing employment.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 41698
 
Title: Hot stats: Texas high-tech employment - January 2006
Authors:
Source: Condition of the Texas Banking System, 2006, : ,pg 33-  
Subjects: High technology industries - Employees
Additional Information: ID: 2253; Graph: Computer, communications and semiconductor manufacturing employment.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 41684
 
Title: Hair net future
Authors: Hightower,Jim
Source: Texas Observer, 2004, 96 :11 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: High technology industries Contracting out Outsourcing
Additional Information: ID: 27500; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 34395
 
Title: Clueless corporate plutocrats
Authors: Hightower,Jim
Source: Texas Observer, 2004, 96 :12 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: India High technology industries
Additional Information: ID: 27537; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 34398
 
Title: Clueless corporate plutocrats
Authors: Hightower,Jim
Source: Texas Observer, 2004, 96 :12 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: High technology industries India
Additional Information: ID: 27537; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 78468
 
Title: Hair net future
Authors: Hightower,Jim
Source: Texas Observer, 2004, 96 :11 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: Contracting out High technology industries Outsourcing
Additional Information: ID: 27500; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 78472
 
Title: Economic reports and forecasts: Texas - Overcapacity in key industries
Authors:
Source: Condition of the Texas Banking System, 2003, : ,pg 19-  
Subjects: High technology industries
Additional Information: ID: 25576; Graph: Excess capacity still exists in key high-tech industries, hampering growth and profitability.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 26941
 
Title: Economic reports and forecasts: Texas - Employment
Authors:
Source: Condition of the Texas Banking System, 2003, :    
Subjects: Employment High technology industries
Additional Information: ID: 25582; Graphs: Texas as a percentage of U.S. payroll employment; High-tech manufacturing employment; Temp workers as a percentage of total employment. Charts: 1-Employment trends in Texas closely track U.S. economy, with Texas emerging from negative t
Ref ID: 26947
 
Title: Great digital divide: Second-tier towns play catch-up to Mexico's big three
Authors: Sinclair,Bruce
Source: Business Mexico, 2003, 13 :2 ,pg 21-  
Subjects: Mexico Mexico - Digital divide Mexico - High technology
Additional Information: ID: 24126; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 76708
 
Title: Control-alt-delete, A.C.: Technology industry associations must be reset to promote competitiveness
Authors: Sinclair,Bruce
Source: Business Mexico, 2003, 13 :4 ,pg 18-  
Subjects: Mexico - High technology industries Mexico - Sales promotion
Additional Information: ID: 24187; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 76709
 
Title: A glimpse of "high-tech" computer and electronic product manufacturing under NAICS
Authors: Smith,Brandon L.
Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2003, :    
Subjects: Employment High technology industries Manufactures
Additional Information: ID: 24263; Composition of computer and electronic product manufacturing; Graph 1- How does Texas compare with other states in reference to number of computer & electronic product manufacturing jobs?; 2- What makes up computer & electronic product manufact
Ref ID: 76719
 
Title: Wage-busting loophole
Authors: Hightower,Jim
Source: Texas Observer, 2003, 95 :19 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: High technology industries - Employees
Additional Information: ID: 24436; L-1 Visa.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 75840
 
Title: Economic reports and forecasts: Texas - Employment
Authors:
Source: Condition of the Texas Banking System, 2003, :    
Subjects: Employment High technology industries
Additional Information: ID: 25582; Graphs: Texas as a percentage of U.S. payroll employment; High-tech manufacturing employment; Temp workers as a percentage of total employment. Charts: 1-Employment trends in Texas closely track U.S. economy, with Texas emerging from negative territory; 2-The Texas goods producing sectors continue to lead negative employment growth. Table: Texas economic statistics-U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 74418
 
Title: Economic reports and forecasts: Texas - Overcapacity in key industries
Authors:
Source: Condition of the Texas Banking System, 2003, : ,pg 19-  
Subjects: High technology industries
Additional Information: ID: 25576; Graph: Excess capacity still exists in key high-tech industries, hampering growth and profitability.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 74461
 
Title: Wage-busting loophole
Authors: Hightower,Jim
Source: Texas Observer, 2003, 95 :19 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: High technology industries - Employees
Additional Information: ID: 24436; L-1 Visa.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 34333
 
Title: Let them eat meatloaf
Authors: Hightower,Jim
Source: Texas Observer, 2002, 94 :3 ,pg 19-  
Subjects: High technology
Additional Information: ID: 20308; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 34234
 
Title: Talacheros sandbag Mexico's IT systems: Poorly trained grunts plague personnel departments
Authors: Sinclair,Bruce
Source: Business Mexico, 2002, 12/13 :12 ,pg 22-  
Subjects: Mexico Mexico - High technology industries Mexico - Labor
Additional Information: ID: 22315; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 73327
 
Title: Let them eat meatloaf
Authors: Hightower,Jim
Source: Texas Observer, 2002, 94 :3 ,pg 19-  
Subjects: High technology
Additional Information: ID: 20308; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 72518
 
Title: The impact of advanced manufacturing technology on job satisfaction and work design
Authors: Bultena,Charles D.
Source: Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 2002, :29 ,pg 15- 27
Subjects: Business High technology industries - Employees
Additional Information: ID: 22409; Figure: 1- Core job dimensions-Critical psychological states- Personal and work outcomes; 2- Satisfaction with the work itself; 3- Satisfaction with pay; 4- Satisfaction with promotion; 5- Satisfaction with supervision; 6- Satisfaction with cow
Ref ID: 72140
 
Title: The impact of advanced manufacturing technology on job satisfaction and work design
Authors: Bultena,Charles D.
Source: Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 2002, :29 ,pg 15- 27
Subjects: Business High technology industries - Employees
Additional Information: ID: 22409; Figure: 1- Core job dimensions-Critical psychological states- Personal and work outcomes; 2- Satisfaction with the work itself; 3- Satisfaction with pay; 4- Satisfaction with promotion; 5- Satisfaction with supervision; 6- Satisfaction with cow
Ref ID: 29664
 
Title: Love and war in cyberspace
Authors: Vine,Katy
Source: Texas Monthly, 2001, 29 :2 ,pg 80- 85
Subjects: Birney James Hewitt Denise High technology - Houston (Tex.) Langley Brandon
Additional Information: ID: 16403; Walden (apartment complex).; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 70450
 
Title: High-tech home run
Authors: Rylander,Carole Keeton
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2001, :    
Subjects: High technology
Additional Information: ID: 16868; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 40310
 
Title: Texas Monthly biz: Semi-tough
Authors: Pierce,Ellise
Source: Texas Monthly, 2001, 29 :2 ,pg 50+-  
Subjects: Austin (Tex.) - High technology industries Sooch Navdeep Texas
Additional Information: ID: 16396; Semiconductor whiz Navdeep Sooch is one of the hottest entrepreneurs alive. But he'd rather not talk about it. Silicon Laboratories.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 70071
 
Title: High-tech home run
Authors: Rylander,Carole Keeton
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2001, :    
Subjects: High technology
Additional Information: ID: 16868; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 70187
 
Title: Web of poverty: Why the digital divide matters
Authors: Gower,Matthew
Source: Business Mexico, 2001, 11 :4 ,pg 55-  
Subjects: Mexico - Digital divide Mexico - High technology Poverty
Additional Information: ID: 17767; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 69332
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