Waco, TX – Officials have announced that our state again set three new record highs for total jobs, the number of Texans working, and the size of the Texas labor force.
With previously released October data for total nonfarm jobs revised up to 14,068,100, Texas has now experienced 33 months of uninterrupted job growth through November.
- Texas reaches a new historic high with the largest labor force ever in the state’s history at a record 15,192,900.
- Texas reaches a new historic high for Texans working, including self-employed, at 14,576,500.
- Texas reaches a new historic high for total jobs at 14,094,900 after adding 26,800 non-farm jobs in November.
- Texas added the most jobs in the nation over the last 12 months, adding 407,100 jobs from November 2022 to November 2023 and growing at an annual rate of 3%, above the growth rate for the nation as a whole of 1.8%.