Texans have received more good news on the state's economy: 10,900 jobs were added in March, and the unemployment rate dropped to 7 percent from 8 percent at the same time last year, according to the Texas Workforce Commission.
“We've remained below the national unemployment rate for 63 straight months, and Texas continues to
show private-sector job growth,” said Tom Pauken, chairman of the workforce commission. The national unemployment rate stands at 8.2 percent.
Leisure and hospitality added the most jobs, with 6,000, and is the industry with the highest annual growth rate at 4 ...