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Title: Statewide unemployment rate edges downward (seasonally adjusted)
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2000, : ,pg cover-  
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 15371; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 64338
 
Title: Gains in government employment lead service producing sector growth (seasonally adjusted)
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2000, : ,pg cover-  
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 15260; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 64341
 
Title: Manufacturing industry sees largest gain since July 1999 (seasonally adjusted)
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2000, : ,pg Cover-  
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 15259; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 64342
 
Title: Workers are no longer needed, as the 2000 Census nears completion (seasonally adjusted)
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2000, :    
Subjects: Census Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 15256; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 64345
 
Title: Workers are no longer needed, as the 2000 Census nears completion (seasonally adjusted)
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2000, :    
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 15256; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 22260
 
Title: Construction only major division to loose jobs in May (seasonally adjusted)
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2000, : ,pg cover-  
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 15257; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 22261
 
Title: Service and goods producing sectors add to April's job growth
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2000, : ,pg cover-  
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 15258; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 22262
 
Title: Manufacturing industry sees largest gain since July 1999 (seasonally adjusted)
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2000, : ,pg Cover-  
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 15259; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 22263
 
Title: Gains in government employment lead service producing sector growth (seasonally adjusted)
Authors:
Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2000, : ,pg cover-  
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 15260; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 22264
 
Title: Statewide unemployment rate falls below 4.3 percent for second time this year (seasonally adjusted)
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2000, : ,pg cover-  
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 15362; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 22314
 
Title: Annual job growth rate holds at 2.7 percent for fifth consecutive month (seasonally adjusted)
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2000, : ,pg cover-  
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 15363; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 22315
 
Title: Statewide unemployment rate edges downward (seasonally adjusted)
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 2000, : ,pg cover-  
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 15371; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 22316
 
Title: Trends in data collection
Authors: Biar,Lorna;Langham,Linda;Martinez,Mary;Miller,Sarah
Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 1999, :    
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 10106; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 61798
 
Title: CPS versus CES: What's the difference?
Authors: Jesus,David;Dermit,Mark
Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 1999, :    
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 10587; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 62643
 
Title: Trends in data collection
Authors: Biar,Lorna;Langham,Linda;Martinez,Mary;Miller,Sarah
Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 1999, :    
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 10106; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 28921
 
Title: CPS versus CES: What's the difference?
Authors: Jesus,David;Dermit,Mark
Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 1999, :    
Subjects: Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 10587; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 35348
 
Title: Current employment statistics: A major economic indicator
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 1998, :    
Subjects: Employment - Statistics Economic forecasting
Additional Information: ID: 9137; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 19421
 
Title: Current employment statistics: A major economic indicator
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 1998, :    
Subjects: Economic forecasting Employment Employment - Statistics
Additional Information: ID: 9137; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 57638
 
Title: Pipeline
Authors: Smith,William G.
Source: Texas Business, 1988, 12 :12 ,pg 22-  
Subjects: Banks and banking Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Local transit - Dallas (Tex.) Employment - Statistics Horse-racing Lasers Lorenzo Francisco A Natural gas Population - Statistics Texas Air
Additional Information: ID: 368; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84383
 
Title: Certain Texas area estimates decertified
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Source: Texas Labor Market Review, 1987, 3 :    
Subjects: Employment - Statistics Odessa Metropolitan Statistical Area Tyler Metropolitan Statistical Area Victoria Metropolitan Statistical Area
Additional Information: ID: 1217; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81824
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