This report prepared by the Texas Workforce Investment Council provides demographic and occupation-related benchmarks of allied health occupations in the United States and Texas. The report includes analysis of population trends, demographic characteristics, and labor market and education data for the allied health labor force. This is a summary of that report.
As an update to a prior report, the Texas Workforce Investment Council prepared this study on the demographic characteristics of mature workers (age 55 and older) in Texas. This is a summary of that study.
Texas Workforce Commission’s QCEW industry data by senate, house, and congressional district is available from 1st quarter 2020 back to 1st quarter 2013. This data includes industry employment by number of firms, establishments, quarterly average employment, and total wages.
Texas Workforce Commission’s QCEW industry data by senate, house, and congressional district is available from 4th quarter 2019 back to 1st quarter 2013. This data includes industry employment by number of firms, establishments, quarterly average employment, and total wages.
October 2019 Labor Market Information for Texas is now available on the labor market data website, TexasLMI.com. Visit TexasLMI.com today to access a suite of easy-to-use labor market research tools that provide time series labor market data and inquiry capabilities for labor force, employment/unemployment estimates, industry and occupational wage and projections data.
The Texas Workforce Commission’s TexasLaborAnalysis.com is an online suite of labor analysis tools designed to provide insight into Texas’ labor supply and demand. Texas Labor Analysis presents wage data, occupational projections, current labor supply, Help Wanted Online job posting data, and more.
This report by the Texas Workforce Commission summarizes information relating to existing and projected shortages in high-wage, high-demand occupations in Texas, including those for selected industries.