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Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS)

The state LAUS data and unemployment statistics are model based which includes the Current Population Survey (CPS), continued Unemployment Insurance (UI) claims, Current Employment Statistics (CES), and other statistics. Use the chart below to observe the monthly civilian labor force, employment, unemployment, and unemployment rate estimates by state, county, metropolitan area, workforce development area and many cities, by place of residence. Use the filters to narrow the scope of the data by area and date.

Revised on Jan. 8th, 2020

 


Current Employment Statistics (CES)

The Current Employment Statistics (CES) program produces detailed industry estimates of employment, hours, and earnings of workers on nonfarm payrolls. CES State and Metro Area produces data for all 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and about 450 metropolitan areas and divisions. Use the chart below to observe monthly employment estimates for the nation, state, and local areas. Use the filters to narrow the scope of the data by area, date, and specific industry.

Revised on Jan. 8th, 2020

 


Workforce Supply and Demand: Status Report

The Supply and Demand Status is a dynamic visualization that represents the job seekers (supply) and job openings (demand) in the Lower Rio Grande Valley. The data source is WorkInTexas.com.

Revised on Jul. 1st, 2019. Note: The Texas Workforce Commission upgraded the WorkInTexas job matching system in August 2019, new data will be available soon after the transition process is complete.