Monthly Review of the Texas Economy

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Monthly Review of the Texas Economy"

Transcription

1 AT TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY Monthly Review of the Texas Economy By Ali Anari, Research Economist T E C H N I C A L R E P O RT SEPTEMBER 16 TR

2 Monthly Review of the Texas Economy September 16 By Ali Anari Texas gained 186,9 nonagricultural jobs from August 15 to August 16, an annual growth rate of 1.6 percent, lower than the nation s growth rate of 1.7 percent (Table 1 and Figure 1). The nongovernment sector added 16,3 jobs, an annual growth rate of 1.5 percent compared with 1.9 percent for the nation s private sector (Table 1). Texas seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in August 16 was.7, up from. percent in August 15. The nation s rate decreased from 5.1 to.9 percent (Table 1). Texas Employment Growth Rates by Industry Table shows Texas industries ranked by employment growth rate from August 15 to August 16. All Texas industries except mining and logging, manufacturing, and the transportation, warehousing, and utilities industry had more jobs in August 16 than in August 15. Leisure and hospitality ranked first in job creation followed by financial activities, education and health services, the government sector, trade, and professional and business services. Figures to 13 show trends in employment growth rates by industry. Texas Job Shares by Industry and the Government Sector Table 3 shows Texas industries and the state s government sector ranked by their shares of Texas jobs in August 16. Of the 1,17,8 nonagricultural jobs in August 16, the highest percentage of employment by industry was in trade, followed by the government sector, education and health services, professional and business services, and leisure and hospitality. Since August 15 the state s trade industry, government sector, education and health services, professional and business services, leisure and hospitality, and financial activities have expanded their shares of Texas employment at the expense of manufacturing, construction, transportation, warehousing, and utilities, mining and logging, and the information industry. Figures 1 to 5 show trends in shares of total Texas jobs by industry. Contributions to Texas Employment Growth Rate by Industry Texas statewide employment growth rate of 1.6 percent, or more exactly percent, from August 15 to August 16 is the weighted average of employment growth rates for all Texas industries for the period. Weights are shares of jobs by industry. The contribution of each industry to the statewide employment growth rate is equal to the employment growth rate of that industry multiplied by its share of Texas jobs. Table shows Texas industries and the state s government sector ranked by their contributions to Texas employment growth rates from August 15 to August 16. The state s education and health services industry ranked first in contribution to job growth followed by leisure and hospitality, government sector, trade, professional and business services, and financial activities. Figures 6 to 37 show trends in contributions of Texas industries to Texas job growth rates. Employment Growth Rates by Texas Metropolitan Areas All Texas metro areas except Odessa, Midland, Texarkana, and Wichita Falls had more jobs in August 16 than in August 15 (Table 5). College Station-Bryan ranked first in job creation followed by Dallas-Plano-Irving, Laredo, Austin-Round Rock, and Brownsville-Harlingen 1

3 (Table 5). Figures 38 to 63 show trends in annual employment growth rates for the state s metropolitan areas. Texas Job Shares by Metropolitan Area Table 6 shows Texas metropolitan areas ranked by their shares of total Texas jobs in August 16. The Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metro area had the largest share of Texas jobs followed by Dallas-Plano-Irving, Fort Worth-Arlington, San Antonio-New Braunfels, Austin- Round Rock, El Paso, and McAllen-Edinburg-Mission. Figures 6 to 89 show trends in Texas metropolitan shares of total Texas jobs. Contributions to Texas Employment Growth Rate by Metropolitan Area The statewide employment growth rate of percent in Texas from August 15 to August 16 is the weighted average of employment growth rates of all Texas metro areas for the period. Weights are shares of jobs by area. The contribution of each metro area to the statewide employment growth rate is equal to the employment growth rate in that area multiplied by its share of Texas jobs. Table 7 shows Texas metro areas ranked by their contributions to Texas employment growth rates from August 15 to August 16. The Dallas-Plano-Irving metro area ranked first followed by Austin-Round Rock, San Antonio-New Braunfels, Fort Worth- Arlington, Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, El Paso, and McAllen-Edinburg-Mission. Figures 9 to 115 show trends in contributions of Texas metro areas to total Texas job growth rates. Unemployment Rate by Metropolitan Area The state s actual unemployment rate in August 16 was 5 percent. Amarillo had the lowest unemployment rate, followed by Austin-Round Rock, Lubbock, Dallas-Plano-Irving, Sherman- Denison, College Station-Bryan, and San Antonio-New Braunfels (Table 8). Employment Growth Rates and Unemployment Rates by Metropolitan Area Figure 116 shows employment growth rates of Texas metro areas from August 15 to August 16 on the vertical axis and their unemployment rates in August 16 on the horizontal axis. Dotted lines for Texas employment growth rate of 1.6 percent from August 15 to August 16 and Texas unemployment rate of 5 percent in August 16 show the state s metro areas currently falling into the following groups: a. Metro areas with employment growth rates higher than Texas and unemployment rates lower than Texas are College Station-Bryan, Dallas-Plano-Irving, Austin-Round Rock, San Angelo, Lubbock, Killeen-Temple, Waco, San Antonio-New Braunfels, and Fort Worth-Arlington. b. Metro areas with employment growth rates higher than Texas and unemployment rates higher than Texas were Laredo, El Paso, Brownsville-Harlingen, McAllen-Edinburg- Mission, Tyler and Victoria. c. Metro areas with employment growth rates lower than Texas and unemployment rates lower than Texas were Sherman-Denison, Amarillo, Abilene, Wichita Falls, Texarkana, and Midland. d. Metro areas with employment growth rates lower than the statewide average and unemployment rate higher than the statewide average were Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Corpus Christi, Beaumont-Port Arthur, Longview, and Odessa.

4 Table 1 Texas and U.S. Labor Markets Change NonFarm Employment Aug. 16 Aug. 15 Absolute Texas 1,17,8 11,83,9 186,9 1.6 United States 1,, 11,973,,51, 1.7 Private Employment Aug. 16 Aug. 15 Absolute Texas 1,,1 1,53,8 16,3 1.5 United States 13,95, 11,9,,66, 1.9 Not Seasonally Adjusted Seasonally adjusted Unemployment Rate Aug. 16 Aug. 15 Aug. 16 Aug. 15 Texas United States Sources: Texas Workforce Commission and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Table Texas Industries and Government Sector Ranked by Employment Growth Rate From August 15 to August 16 August August Rank Industry Change %Change 1 Leisure and Hospitality 1,3,8 1,7, 5,8.16 Financial Activities 75,6 7,9 5, Education and Health Services 1,65,3 1,591, 5,3 3.1 Government 1,817,7 1,777,1,6.8 5 Trade 1,9, 1,93,9,3.1 6 Professional and Business Services 1,636,9 1,66,6 3, Other Services 3, 3, 6, Construction 699, 69, 7, Information 3,5, Transportation, Warehousing, Utilities 9,7 99,9-5, Manufacturing 86, 875,5-9, Mining and Logging 6,3 63,8-37,5-1. 3

5 Table 3 Texas Industries' and Government's Shares of Employment August August Rank Industry 1 Trade Government Education and Health Services Professional and Business Services Leisure and Hospitality Manufacturing Financial Activities Construction Transportation, Warehousing, Utilities Other Services Mining and Logging Information Total Note: Components may not add up to totals due to rounding Table Contributions of Texas Industries and the Government Sector to Texas Employment Growth Rate August August Rank Industry 1 Education and Health Services Leisure and Hospitality Government Trade Professional and Business Services Financial Activities Construction Other Services Information Transportation, Warehousing, Utilities Manufacturing Mining and Logging Total Note: Components may not add up to totals due to rounding

6 Table 5 Texas Metropolitan Areas Ranked by Employment Growth Rate From August 15 To August 16 Rank Metropolitan Area Employment Growth Rate, % 1 College Station-Bryan. Dallas-Plano-Irving. 3 Laredo 3.6 Austin-Round Rock 3. 5 Brownsville-Harlingen.8 6 McAllen-Edinburg-Mission.7 7 El Paso.3 7 San Angelo.3 9 Killeen-Temple. 1 Lubbock.1 11 Waco. 1 San Antonio-New Braunfels Victoria Fort Worth-Arlington Tyler 1.7 Texas Sherman-Denison Corpus Christi Amarillo Beaumont-Port Arthur 1. Abilene.7 1 Longview.6 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land.5 3 Texarkana. 3 Wichita Falls. 5 Midland Odessa

7 Table 6 Texas Metropolitan and Micropolitan Shares of Total Texas Jobs August August Rank Metropolitan Area 1 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land Dallas-Plano-Irving Fort Worth-Arlington San Antonio-New Braunfels Austin-Round Rock El Paso McAllen-Edinburg-Mission Corpus Christi Beaumont-Port Arthur Lubbock Brownsville-Harlingen Killeen-Temple Amarillo Waco College Station-Bryan Laredo Tyler Longview Midland Odessa Abilene Texarkana Wichita Falls San Angelo Sherman-Denison Victoria Micropolitan Texas Total Note: Components may not add up to totals due to rounding 6

8 Table 7 Contributions of Texas Metropolitan and Micropolitan Areas to Total Texas Employment Growth Rate August August Rank Metropolitan Area Dallas-Plano-Irving Austin-Round Rock San Antonio-New Braunfels Fort Worth-Arlington Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land El Paso McAllen-Edinburg-Mission College Station-Bryan Brownsville-Harlingen Laredo Killeen-Temple Lubbock Corpus Christi Waco Tyler Beaumont-Port Arthur Amarillo San Angelo Victoria Sherman-Denison.51.1 Longview Abilene..6 3 Texarkana Wichita Falls Midland Odessa Micropolitan Texas Total Note: Components may not add up to totals due to rounding 7

9 Table 8 Texas Metropolitan Areas Ranked by Unemployment Rate, August 16 Rank Metropolitan Area Unemployment Rate,% 1 Amarillo 3. Austin-Round Rock Lubbock 3.8 Dallas-Plano-Irving. Sherman-Denison. 6 College Station-Bryan.1 6 San Antonio-New Braunfels.1 8 Abilene. 9 Fort Worth-Arlington.3 1 Waco. 11 Midland.6 11 Wichita Falls.6 13 San Angelo.7 1 Killeen-Temple.8 15 Texarkana.9 Texas Tyler Laredo El Paso Victoria 5.7 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land Corpus Christi 6. Longview 6.8 Odessa 6.8 Beaumont-Port Arthur Brownsville-Harlingen McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 8. Sources:Texas Workforce Commission and Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University 8

10 3 Figure 1 Nonfarm Employment Growth Rates for United States and Texas Texas U.S. 1-1 Figure Texas Leisure and Hospitality Industry Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 3 Texas Financial Activities Industry Annual Employment Growth Rates,

11 6 Figure Texas Education and Health Services Industry Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 5 Texas Government Sector Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 6 Texas Trade Industry Annual Employment Growth Rates,

12 6 Figure 7 Texas Professional and Business Services Industry Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 8 Texas Other Services Industry Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 9 Texas Construction Industry Annual Employment Growth Rates,

13 3 Figure 1 Texas Information Industry Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 11 Texas Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Industry Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 1 Texas Manufacturing Industry Annual Employment Growth Rates,

14 Figure 13 Texas Mining and Logging Industry Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 1 Texas Trade Industry Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 15 Texas Government Sector Share of Total Texas Jobs,

15 13.8 Figure 16 Texas Education and Health Services Industry Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 17 Texas Professional and Business Services Industry Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 18 Texas Leisure and Hospitality Industry Share of Total Texas Jobs,

16 8. Figure 19 Texas Manufacturing Industry Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure Texas Financial Activities Industry Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 1 Texas Construction Industry Share of Total Texas Jobs,

17 .3 Figure Texas Transportation, Utilities, Warehousing Industry Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 3 Texas Other Services Industry Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure Texas Mining and Logging Industry Share of Total Texas Jobs,

18 1.8 Figure 5 Texas Information Industry Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 6 Texas Education and Health Services Industry Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 7 Texas Leisure and Hospitality Industry Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

19 . Figure 8 Texas Government Sector Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 9 Texas Trade Industry Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 3 Texas Professional and Business Services Industry Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

20 . Figure 31 Texas Financial Activities Industry Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 3 Texas Construction Industry Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 33 Texas Other Services Industry Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

21 .6 Figure 3 Texas Information Industry Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 35 Texas Transportation, Utilities, Warehousing Industry Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 36 Texas Manufacturing Industry Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

22 . Figure 37 Texas Mining and Logging Industry Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 38 College Station-Bryan Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 39 Dallas-Plano-Irving Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates,

23 5 Figure Laredo Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 1 Austin-Round Rock Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure Brownsville-Harlingen Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates,

24 Figure 3 McAllen-Edinburg Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure El Paso Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 5 San Angelo Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates,

25 5 Figure 6 Killeen-Temple Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 7 Lubbock Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 8 Waco Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates,

26 5 Figure 9 San Antonio-New Braunfels Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 5 Victoria Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 51 Fort Worth-Arlington Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates,

27 5 Figure 5 Tyler Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 53 Sherman-Denison Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 5 Corpus Christi Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates,

28 3 Figure 55 Amarillo Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 56 Beaumont-Port Arthur Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 57 Abilene Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates,

29 Figure 58 Longview Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 59 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 6 Texarkana Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates,

30 Figure 61 Wichita Falls Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 6 Midland Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates, Figure 63 Odessa Metro Area Annual Employment Growth Rates,

31 5. Figure 6 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 65 Dallas-Plano-Irving Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 66 Fort Worth-Arlington Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs,

32 8.5 Figure 67 San Antonio-New Braunfels Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 68 Austin-Round Rock Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 69 El Paso Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs,

33 . Figure 7 McAllen-Edinburg-Mission Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 71 Corpus Christi Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 7 Beaumont-Port Arthur Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs,

34 1.1 Figure 73 Lubbock Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 7 Brownsville-Harlingen Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 75 Killeen-Temple Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs,

35 1.5 Figure 76 Amarillo Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 77 Waco Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 78 College Station-Bryan Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs,

36 .868 Figure 79 Laredo Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 8 Tyler Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 81 Longview Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs,

37 .8 Figure 8 Midland Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 83 Odessa Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 8 Abilene Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs,

38 .55 Figure 85 Texarkana Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 86 Wichita Falls Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 87 San Angelo Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs,

39 .5 Figure 88 Sherman-Denison Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 89 Victoria Metro Area Share of Total Texas Jobs, Figure 9 Dallas-Plano-Irving Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

40 . Figure 91 Austin-Round Rock Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 9 San Antonio-New Braunfels Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 93 Fort Worth-Arlington Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

41 1. Figure 9 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 95 El Paso Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 96 McAllen-Edinburg-Mission Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

42 .8 Figure 97 College Station-Bryan Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 98 Brownsville-Harlingen Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 99 Laredo Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

43 .6 Figure 1 Killeen-Temple Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 11 Lubbock Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 1 Corpus Christi Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

44 . Figure 13 Waco Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 1 Tyler Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 15 Beaumont-Port Arthur Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

45 .5 Figure 16 Amarillo Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 17 San Angelo Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 18 Victoria Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

46 .16 Figure 19 Sherman-Denison Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 11 Longview Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 111 Abilene Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

47 . Figure 11 Texarkana Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 113 Wichita Falls Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 11 Midland Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate,

48 .8 Figure 115 Odessa Metro Area Contribution to Texas Employment Growth Rate, Figure 116 Texas Metropolitan Employment Growth Rates and Unemployment Rates.5 College Station-Bryan. Dallas-Plano-Irving Employment Growth Rates, August 15 to August 16, Laredo Austin-Round Rock San Angelo Lubbock Killeen-Temple Waco San Antonio-New Braunfels Fort Worth-Arlington Texas Sherman-Denison Amarillo Abilene T exarkana Wichita Falls Midland Texas El Paso Victoria T yler Corpus Christi Houston-Woodlands-Sugar Land Brownsville-Harlingen McAllen-Edinburg-Mission Beaumont-Port Arthur Longview -1.5 Odessa Unemployment Rate, August 16, 7

49 MAYS BUSINESS SCHOOL Texas A&M University 115 TAMU College Station, TX DIRECTOR GARY W. MALER ADVISORY COMMITTEE RUSSELL CAIN, CHAIRMAN Port Lavaca MARIO A. ARRIAGA Conroe JACQUELYN K. HAWKINS Austin TED NELSON Houston DOUG ROBERTS Austin DOUG JENNINGS, VICE CHAIRMAN Fort Worth KIMBERLY SHAMBLEY Dallas RONALD C. WAKEFIELD San Antonio C. CLARK WELDER San Antonio BILL JONES, EX-OFFICIO Temple i

Monthly Review of the Texas Economy

Monthly Review of the Texas Economy AT TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY Monthly Review of the Texas Economy By Ali Anari, Research Economist TECHNICAL REPORT 1 8 6 OC TOBER 15 TR Monthly Review of the Texas Economy October 15 By Ali Anari Texas economy

More information

Ranking metros by percentage share of employment in

Ranking metros by percentage share of employment in OCTOBER 2013 Texas Economy PUBLICATION 2041 A Reprint from Tierra Grande magazine 2013. Real Estate Center. All rights reserved. By Ali Anari Texas economy is all about jobs. To better understand how the

More information

Texas Quarterly Housing Report

Texas Quarterly Housing Report Covering 2015-Q3 Release date: Nov. 2, 2015 Contact: Danielle Urban Pierpont Communications 512-448-4950 durban@piercom.com About the Texas Quarterly Data for the Texas Quarterly is provided by the Data

More information

Rising Flood Insurance, Sinking Home Values

Rising Flood Insurance, Sinking Home Values JULY 2014 Housing Markets PUBLICATION 2068 A Reprint from Tierra Grande magazine 2014. Real Estate Center. All rights reserved. A FLASH FLOOD with twice the force of Niagara Falls inundated neighborhoods

More information

PUBLICATION 1911 A Reprint from Tierra Grande

PUBLICATION 1911 A Reprint from Tierra Grande JULY 2009 Homebuying PUBLICATION 1911 A Reprint from Tierra Grande The housing crisis that began in 2005 and is still going on has been blamed on declining lending standards, easy initial terms for mortgage

More information

TEXAS HOUSING INSIGHT

TEXAS HOUSING INSIGHT TEXAS HOUSING INSIGHT JAMES P. GAINES CHIEF ECONOMIST WAYNE DAY RESEARCH ASSISTANT LUIS B. TORRES RESEARCH ECONOMIST TECHNICAL REPORT 2 1 2 0 AUGUST 2016 TR Contents About this Report... 3 June 2016 Summary...

More information

Texas Quarterly Housing Report

Texas Quarterly Housing Report Covering 2016-Q1 Release date: May 1, 2016 Contact: Danielle Urban Pierpont Communications 512-448-4950 durban@piercom.com About the Texas Quarterly Data for the Texas Quarterly is provided by the Data

More information

Outlet: Austin Business Journal (online) Date: December 17, 2014 Unique Visitors Per Month: 151,284 Link:

Outlet: Austin Business Journal (online) Date: December 17, 2014 Unique Visitors Per Month: 151,284 Link: Outlet: Austin Business Journal (online) Unique Visitors Per Month: 151,284 Link: http://www.bizjournals.com/austin/prnewswire/press_releases/georgia/2014/12/17/la92883?ana=prnews Outlet: Dallas Business

More information

Population Change in Texas and The Dallas-Fort Worth Area: Implications for Education, the Labor Force and Economic Development

Population Change in Texas and The Dallas-Fort Worth Area: Implications for Education, the Labor Force and Economic Development Population Change in Texas and The Dallas-Fort Worth Area: Implications for Education, the Labor Force and Economic Development Steve H. Murdock, Director Hobby Center for the Study of Texas and Allyn

More information

2015 Texas Economic Outlook: Tapping on the Brakes Keith Phillips Sr. Economist and Research Officer

2015 Texas Economic Outlook: Tapping on the Brakes Keith Phillips Sr. Economist and Research Officer 215 Texas Economic Outlook: Tapping on the Brakes Keith Phillips Sr. Economist and Research Officer The views expressed in this presentation are strictly those of the presenter and do not necessarily reflect

More information

INTRODUCTION. activity (Houston-Sugar Land- Baytown, Dallas-Plano-Irving, San. Worth-Arlington, Austin-Round

INTRODUCTION. activity (Houston-Sugar Land- Baytown, Dallas-Plano-Irving, San. Worth-Arlington, Austin-Round AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2013 IN THIS ISSUE The Long-Term Forecast for the Economies of Texas Metropolitan Areas Texas largest population centers are the key to future economic expansion in the state. Through

More information

Texas Reality Check Budget Data 2012-2013

Texas Reality Check Budget Data 2012-2013 Texas Reality Check Budget Data 2012-2013 X Design Group, Inc www.xdesigngroup.com Texas Reality Check Texas Reality Check Website Texas Reality Check is a website designed to provide In the following

More information

Texas Relocation Report

Texas Relocation Report Texas Relocation Report 2014 Edition Release date: Oct. 1, 2014 Contact: Stacy Armijo Pierpont Communications 512-448-4950 sarmijo@piercom.com About the Texas Relocation Report The Texas Relocation Report

More information

Texas Relocation Report

Texas Relocation Report Texas Relocation Report 2015 Edition Release date: Oct. 1, 2015 Contact: Danielle Urban Pierpont Communications 512-448-4950 durban@piercom.com About the Texas Relocation Report The Texas Relocation Report

More information

Genworth 2015 Cost of Care Survey Texas

Genworth 2015 Cost of Care Survey Texas Cost of Care Survey 2015 Genworth 2015 Cost of Care Survey State-Specific Data 118928TX 04/01/15 Homemaker Services Hourly Rates USA $8 $20 $40 $44,616 2% Whole State $8 $19 $35 $42,328 1% Abilene $17

More information

PRIMARY CESAREAN SECTION DELIVERY RATE, 2009

PRIMARY CESAREAN SECTION DELIVERY RATE, 2009 page=1 STATE OF TEXAS (272,302) 2009 Texas rate: 19.53 ABILENE MSA Abilene Regional Medical Center (805) 19.88 Acadia Abilene (Fewer than 5) Fewer than 30 cases Hendrick Medical Center (985) 22.23 AMARILLO

More information

Texas Turnaround. April 2008

Texas Turnaround. April 2008 Texas Turnaround The Impact of Lawsuit Reform on economic Activity in the Lone Star State April 2008 A recently completed study by The Perryman Group found that the enactment of a series of lawsuit reforms,

More information

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan argued

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan argued JULY 213 Housing Markets PUBLICATION 233 A Reprint from Tierra Grande magazine 213. Real Estate Center. All rights reserved. Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan argued in 5 that the Fed saw

More information

Texas Small Land Sales Report 2014 Edition Release date: June 2, 2014

Texas Small Land Sales Report 2014 Edition Release date: June 2, 2014 Texas Small Land Sales Report 2014 Edition Release date: June 2, 2014 Contact: Stacy Armijo Pierpont Communications 512-448-4950 sarmijo@piercom.com About the Texas Small Land Sales Report The Texas Small

More information

Cross Texas FLIGHT TIMES

Cross Texas FLIGHT TIMES Cross Texas FLIGHT TIMES Starting City Flight Time Abilene - Amarillo 0:50 Addison - Arlington 0:15 Albuquerque - El Paso (Mountain Time Zone) 1:00 Alpine - El Paso (Mountain Time Zone) 0:55 Alpine - Houston

More information

Oil Prices Lead, Land Prices Follow

Oil Prices Lead, Land Prices Follow OCTOBER 214 Land Markets PUBLICATION 277 A Reprint from Tierra Grande magazine 214. Real Estate Center. All rights reserved. Oil Prices Lead, Land Prices Follow By Ali Anari and Charles E. Gilliland Since

More information

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: TEXAS AND THE AUSTIN REGION. Texas Office of the Governor Economic Development and Tourism Division

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: TEXAS AND THE AUSTIN REGION. Texas Office of the Governor Economic Development and Tourism Division ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: TEXAS AND THE AUSTIN REGION Texas Office of the Governor Economic Development and Tourism Division Market Texas as a leading business location Advertising and business recruitment trips

More information

Texas Home Builder Business Structuring

Texas Home Builder Business Structuring Texas Home Builder Business Structuring J. Russell Peterson, PhD and Joe Horlen, JD Texas A&M University College Station, Texas This paper examines legal business entities utilized by Texas home builders.

More information

This study was funded by The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in support of the Commission for a College Ready Texas.

This study was funded by The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in support of the Commission for a College Ready Texas. This study was funded by The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in support of the Commission for a College Ready Texas. Permission to reproduce this report was given to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating

More information

Retail electricity markets were deregulated across most

Retail electricity markets were deregulated across most APRIL 2014 Development Issues PUBLICATION 2061 A Reprint from Tierra Grande magazine 2014. Real Estate Center. All rights reserved. Retail electricity markets were deregulated across most of Texas in 2002.

More information

Online Appendix to Narrow Networks on the Health Insurance Exchanges: What Do They. Look Like and How Do They Affect Pricing? A Case Study of Texas

Online Appendix to Narrow Networks on the Health Insurance Exchanges: What Do They. Look Like and How Do They Affect Pricing? A Case Study of Texas Online Appendix to Narrow Networks on the Health Insurance Exchanges: What Do They Look Like and How Do They Affect Pricing? A Case Study of Texas LEEMORE DAFNY, IGAL HENDEL, NATHAN WILSON 1 This online

More information

Health Reform Monitoring Survey -- Texas

Health Reform Monitoring Survey -- Texas Health Reform Monitoring Survey -- Texas Issue Brief #10: Marketplace Plans: Premiums, Network Size and Market Competition November, 2014 Woohyeon Kim, Elena Marks, Marah Short, Hannah Crowe, and Vivian

More information

Advanced outdoor wind testing in the U.S.

Advanced outdoor wind testing in the U.S. Advanced outdoor wind testing in the U.S. UL and West Texas A&M University collaborate on large-scale wind turbine test facility Consolidated expertise brings new wind to global trade UL, together with

More information

Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs. Gary Lindner President & CEO

Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs. Gary Lindner President & CEO Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs Gary Lindner President & CEO Who We Are Certified Texas Non-profit 501(c)3 Established in 1994 US Treasury Certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI)

More information

The following table provides a comparison of Texas pass rates with the national average. Year 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 83.93% 9,290/11,069 84.

The following table provides a comparison of Texas pass rates with the national average. Year 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 83.93% 9,290/11,069 84. Agenda Item: 3.2.5. Prepared by: J. Hooper Board Meeting: January 2015 Report of 2014 NCLEX-RN Examination Pass s For Professional Education Summary: The period between October 1 and ending September 30

More information

Texas First-Time Homebuyer Program

Texas First-Time Homebuyer Program JULY 2012 Homebuying PUBLICATION 2005 A Reprint from Tierra Grande Texas First-Time Homebuyer Program By Harold D. Hunt Licensees with clients who are looking for their first homes should be familiar with

More information

S E C T I O N 8 I N C O M E L I M I T S

S E C T I O N 8 I N C O M E L I M I T S Abilene, TX MSA FY 2016 MFI: 58000 EXTR LOW INCOME 12200 16020 20160 24300 28440 32580 36000 38300 VERY LOW INCOME 20300 23200 26100 29000 31350 33650 36000 38300 LOW-INCOME 32500 37150 41800 46400 50150

More information

It wasn t all that long ago that real estate professionals wondered

It wasn t all that long ago that real estate professionals wondered JULY 2014 Homebuying PUBLICATION 2067 A Reprint from Tierra Grande magazine 2014. Real Estate Center. All rights reserved. By Mark G. Dotzour, Colt Kokel and Joshua Parulian It wasn t all that long ago

More information

Report of NCLEX-RN Examination Pass Rates for 2013

Report of NCLEX-RN Examination Pass Rates for 2013 Report of NCLEX-RN Examination Pass Rates for 2013 Agenda Item: 3.2.8. Prepared by: J. Hooper Board Meeting: January 2014 Summary: The period between October 1 and ending September 30 is used for the purpose

More information

Total Number of Foreign Students: 49,081. Part 1: Net Contribution to State Economy by Foreign Students (2006-07)

Total Number of Foreign Students: 49,081. Part 1: Net Contribution to State Economy by Foreign Students (2006-07) Texas Total Number of Foreign Students: 49,081 Part 1: Net Contribution to State Economy by Foreign Students (2006-07) Contribution from Tuition and Fees to State Economy: $590,460,000 Contribution from

More information

Looming Boom Texas Through 2030

Looming Boom Texas Through 2030 JANUARY 2008 Texas Economy PUBLICATION 1841 A Reprint from Tierra Grande Looming Boom Texas Through 2030 By James P. Gaines The Lone Star State is being discovered by the rest of the country because of

More information

PART 4 - Exchange Access Services 1st Revised Sheet 1 SECTION 4 - Telephone Assistance Programs Replacing Original Sheet 1

PART 4 - Exchange Access Services 1st Revised Sheet 1 SECTION 4 - Telephone Assistance Programs Replacing Original Sheet 1 PART - Exchange Access Services st Revised Sheet SECTION - Telephone Assistance Programs Replacing Original Sheet LIFELINE DISCOUNT TELEPHONE SERVICE PROGRAMSOP A. General. Lifeline Discount Telephone

More information

Teacher Compensation in Texas Public Schools TEACHER SUMMARY REPORT

Teacher Compensation in Texas Public Schools TEACHER SUMMARY REPORT Teacher Compensation in Texas Public Schools TEACHER SUMMARY REPORT 2015 16 District Type Teacher Salary Survey Highlights 1,024 Texas public school districts received the questionnaire. 614 districts

More information

The State of Payday and Auto Title Lending in Texas 2012 Report Don Baylor baylor@cppp.org, Lauren Stebbins stebbins@cppp.org

The State of Payday and Auto Title Lending in Texas 2012 Report Don Baylor baylor@cppp.org, Lauren Stebbins stebbins@cppp.org September 15, 2013 The State of and Auto Title Lending in Texas 2012 Report Don Baylor baylor@cppp.org, Lauren Stebbins stebbins@cppp.org and auto title loans are the highest-cost products in the Texas

More information

Subotal - Community and Technical Colleges 267

Subotal - Community and Technical Colleges 267 1 of 5 Academic Students Alvin Community College 1 Angelina College 3 Austin Community College 8 Blinn College 25 Collin County Community College District 8 DCCCD - Brookhaven College 2 DCCCD - Cedar Valley

More information

062010_tblAccreditedTCRLabs

062010_tblAccreditedTCRLabs REGION COUNTY LAB ID LAB LAB_ CITY OF BORGER WATER 1 HUTCHINSON 48114 PLANT LAB (806) 273-0966 David.Reasoner@ci.amarillo.tx.us, Lorena.Solis@ci.amarillo.tx.us 1 RANDALL 48103 CITY OF AMARILLO EL (806)

More information

STATE OF TOMORROW PRESENTATION RISING CHALLENGES. HIGHER EDUCATION SOLUTIONS

STATE OF TOMORROW PRESENTATION RISING CHALLENGES. HIGHER EDUCATION SOLUTIONS STATE OF TOMORROW PRESENTATION RISING CHALLENGES. HIGHER EDUCATION SOLUTIONS SECTION 1: WHAT DO YOU SEE What Do You See Can you guess what they have in common 1.1 SECTION 1: WHAT DO YOU SEE These researchers

More information

The Texas Medical Rangers

The Texas Medical Rangers Medical Reserve Corps NATIONAL LEADERSHIP & TRAINING CONFERENCE 18 21 April 2006 Dallas, Texas Brigadier General Marshall H. Scantlin The Texas Medical Rangers The Texas Medical Rangers Texas Army National

More information

Access to Medical Care in the Texas Workers Compensation System,

Access to Medical Care in the Texas Workers Compensation System, Texas Department of Insurance Access to Medical Care in the Texas Workers Compensation System, 1998-2010 2012 Results Workers Compensation Research and Evaluation Group April 2012 Acknowledgements The

More information

DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES Outreach, Screening, Assessment and Referral Services, and Treatment Services RFP# SA/OSR-TRT-0371.1 REGION 1

More information

Employment Status Enrolled in Full- Time Degree Program 2.37%

Employment Status Enrolled in Full- Time Degree Program 2.37% Class of 2015 Employment Data Notice The data presented reflects information collected from graduates by Texas Tech University School of Law s Career Services Center and reported to the American Bar Association

More information

Estados Unidos TEXAS. Salario mínimo, pago de salarios, trabajo de menores. Seguridad e higiene en el trabajo. Lesiones de trabajo

Estados Unidos TEXAS. Salario mínimo, pago de salarios, trabajo de menores. Seguridad e higiene en el trabajo. Lesiones de trabajo TEXAS Salario mínimo, pago de salarios, trabajo de menores Texas Workforce Commission Labor Law 101 East 15th Street, Austin, TX 78778-0001 Tel.: (512) 837-9559 Número gratuito: 1-800-832-9243 Internet:

More information

The Economic Benefits of International Education to the United States: A Statistical Analysis

The Economic Benefits of International Education to the United States: A Statistical Analysis The Economic Benefits of International Education to the United States: A Statistical Analysis NAFSA estimates that foreign students and their dependents contributed more than $12.87 billion to the U.S.

More information

TEXAS ALLIANCE OF CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES SENATE GRASSROOTS NETWORK. 82 nd LEGISLATIVE SESSION

TEXAS ALLIANCE OF CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES SENATE GRASSROOTS NETWORK. 82 nd LEGISLATIVE SESSION TEXAS ALLIANCE OF CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES SENATE GRASSROOTS NETWORK 82 nd LEGISLATIVE SESSION Texas Senate Districts, 82nd Legislature Correspondence to members of the legislature should be addressed

More information

HIGHER EDUCATION REGIONAL COUNCILS

HIGHER EDUCATION REGIONAL COUNCILS HIGHER EDUCATION REGIONAL COUNCILS 2016 REGION 1 HIGH PLAINS HIGHER EDUCATION REGIONAL COUNCIL Robert K. Riza, Ph.D. President Clarendon College P O Box 968 Clarendon, TX 79226 (806) 874-3571 Robert.riza@clarendoncollege.edu

More information

Aldea El Paso El Paso, TX

Aldea El Paso El Paso, TX tt El Paso, TX Property Description is essentially the village at the pass. The new heart of El Paso, this desirable location has 3,300 feet of I-10 frontage, with easy access to to I-10, Mesa St., Executive

More information

ROOF TAXES THROUGH PROPERTY DELINQUENT PROVE COSTLY BY CHARLES E. GILLILAND AND SARAH WHITMORE

ROOF TAXES THROUGH PROPERTY DELINQUENT PROVE COSTLY BY CHARLES E. GILLILAND AND SARAH WHITMORE JULY 2012 Property Taxes PUBLICATION 2006 A Reprint from Tierra Grande THROUGH THE Most ROOF DELINQUENT PROPERTY TAXES PROVE COSTLY BY CHARLES E. GILLILAND AND SARAH WHITMORE property owners know that

More information

Electronic Transactions

Electronic Transactions OCTOBER 2014 Brokerage PUBLICATION 2073 A Reprint from Tierra Grande magazine 2014. Real Estate Center. All rights reserved. Electronic Transactions When Email Becomes a Contract by Judon Fambrough David,

More information

Rights and Responsibilities of Mineral Cotenants

Rights and Responsibilities of Mineral Cotenants Rights and Responsibilities of Mineral Cotenants Judon Fambrough Senior Lecturer and Attorney at Law Special Report 843 Rights and Responsibilities of Mineral Cotenants Judon Fambrough Senior Lecturer

More information

Texas International Homebuyers Report

Texas International Homebuyers Report Texas International Homebuyers Report 2015 Edition Release date: Sept. 1, 2015 Contact: Danielle Urban Pierpont Communications 512-448-4950 durban@piercom.com About the 2015 Texas International Homebuyers

More information

Texas Population Growth, Projections, and Implications

Texas Population Growth, Projections, and Implications Texas Population Growth, Projections, and Implications Maya Halebic, M.B.A. Senior Economist MARCH 2012 Questions or comments concerning this publication shall be directed to Maya Halebic at mayah@sahcc.org,

More information

The Economic Impact of Travel on Texas

The Economic Impact of Travel on Texas The Economic Impact of Travel on Texas 1990-2014p June 2015 Prepared for Texas Tourism Office of the Governor Texas Economic Development & Tourism This page intentionally blank THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF TRAVEL

More information

Teacher Compensation in Texas Public Schools TEACHER SUMMARY REPORT

Teacher Compensation in Texas Public Schools TEACHER SUMMARY REPORT Teacher Compensation in Texas Public Schools TEACHER SUMMARY REPORT 2014 15 District Type Teacher Salary Survey Highlights 1,024 Texas public school districts received the questionnaire. 602 districts

More information

CHRISTINA A. MONDRIK VOICE: (512) 542-9300 Mondrik & Associates FAX: (512) 542-9301 515 Congress Ave., Suite 1850 cmondrik@mondriklaw.

CHRISTINA A. MONDRIK VOICE: (512) 542-9300 Mondrik & Associates FAX: (512) 542-9301 515 Congress Ave., Suite 1850 cmondrik@mondriklaw. CHRISTINA A. MONDRIK VOICE: (512) 542-9300 Mondrik & Associates FAX: (512) 542-9301 515 Congress Ave., Suite 1850 cmondrik@mondriklaw.com Austin, Texas 78701 www.mondriklaw.com BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

More information

TEXAS TESTING CENTERS

TEXAS TESTING CENTERS Abilene Abilene Christian University ACU Box 28180 Abilene, TX 79699 Fee: $25.00 Telephone: 325.674.2451 Contact the Coordinator of Testing. Alpine Sul Ross State University Career Services & Testing Office

More information

Abilene State School Abilene TX

Abilene State School Abilene TX Abilene State School Abilene TX Hendrick Center for Rehabilitation Abilene TX West Texas Rehabilitation Center Abilene TX Alice Regional Hospital Alice TX Northwest Texas Hospital Amarillo TX Texas Baptist/St.

More information

LSC-Montgomery. Institutions Attended, Fall 2009 Academic Students. LSC-Montgomery

LSC-Montgomery. Institutions Attended, Fall 2009 Academic Students. LSC-Montgomery Alamo Community College District 5 Alvin Community College 4 Austin Community College 49 Blinn College 141 Brazosport College 1 Cisco Junior College 2 Clarendon College 1 College of the Mainland 1 Collin

More information

STATE BAR OF TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF RESEARCH & ANALYSIS 2013 HOURLY FACT SHEET

STATE BAR OF TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF RESEARCH & ANALYSIS 2013 HOURLY FACT SHEET STATE BAR OF TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF RESEARCH & ANALYSIS 2013 HOURLY FACT SHEET P.O. Box 12487, Austin, TX 78711 (800) 204-2222, ext. 1724 or (512) 427-1724 research@texasbar.com Introduction This hourly rate

More information

Texas Board of Nursing 2013 Enrollment, Graduation, Admissions Vocational Nursing

Texas Board of Nursing 2013 Enrollment, Graduation, Admissions Vocational Nursing 2013, Graduation, s Graduation ALVIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE Brazoria 47 22 43 108 43 43 2 5 1 3 0 N AMARILLO COLLEGE Potter 84 66 90 109 88 84 2 1 1 3 0 N AMERICAN MEDICAL INSTITUTE Houston 67 62 0 0 0 0 1

More information

General Application Information Academic Year 2016-2017 Freshman

General Application Information Academic Year 2016-2017 Freshman Abilene Christian University Phone: 800/460-6228 Office of Admissions, ACU Box 29000, Abilene, TX 79699 Fax: 325/674-2130 Angelo State University Phone: 800/946-8627 Office of Admissions, ASU Sta. 11014,

More information

2012 Acknowledgment of Paternity Certification Seminar Schedule

2012 Acknowledgment of Paternity Certification Seminar Schedule The Office of the WICHITA FALLS: Thursday, 07/26/2012 United Regional Health Care System 1600 11 th Street, Bridwell Tower Wichita Falls, TX 76301 4 th Floor, Women Services Valet WEST TEXAS & PANHANDLE

More information

Subotal - Universities 778

Subotal - Universities 778 1 of 6 Academic Students Amarillo College 1 Angelina College 5 Austin Community College 7 Blinn College 27 Cisco Junior College 2 Collin County Community College District 3 DCCCD - Brookhaven College 2

More information

2014 Annual Monitoring Network Plan

2014 Annual Monitoring Network Plan Texas Commission on Environmental Quality 2014 Annual Monitoring Network Plan P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087 Table of Contents 2014 ANNUAL MONITORING NETWORK PLAN... 3 INTRODUCTION... 3 TCEQ

More information

CHRISTINA A. MONDRIK VOICE: (512) 542-9300 Mondrik & Associates FAX: (512) 542-9301 515 Congress Ave., Suite 1850 cmondrik@mondriklaw.

CHRISTINA A. MONDRIK VOICE: (512) 542-9300 Mondrik & Associates FAX: (512) 542-9301 515 Congress Ave., Suite 1850 cmondrik@mondriklaw. CHRISTINA A. MONDRIK VOICE: (512) 542-9300 Mondrik & Associates FAX: (512) 542-9301 515 Congress Ave., Suite 1850 cmondrik@mondriklaw.com Austin, Texas 78701 www.mondriklaw.com BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

More information

14,449. Atlanta / Beaumont / Lufkin / Paris / Tyler Region. How was the survey taken? Do you own or lease a personal vehicle?

14,449. Atlanta / Beaumont / Lufkin / Paris / Tyler Region. How was the survey taken? Do you own or lease a personal vehicle? Atlanta / Beaumont / Lufkin / Paris / Tyler Region 1 Houston 2 Dallas 3 Fort Worth 4 San Antonio 5 Austin 6 Laredo / Pharr 7 Corpus Christi / Yoakum 8 Bryan / Waco 9 Atlanta / Beaumont / Lufkin / Paris

More information

Subotal - Community and Technical Colleges 330

Subotal - Community and Technical Colleges 330 1 of 6 Academic Students Alvin Community College 1 Amarillo College 1 Angelina College 1 Austin Community College 8 Blinn College 31 Cisco College 2 College of the Mainland Community College District 1

More information

October 30, 2014 THCIC COMMERCIAL HMO s EXPECTED TO REPORT

October 30, 2014 THCIC COMMERCIAL HMO s EXPECTED TO REPORT DSHS expects commercial product Basic Service HMOs to report Texas subset of HEDIS 2015 (2014 data) for the following service areas based on enrollment numbers as of December 31, 2013. BASIC SERVICE HMO's

More information

Institution name Admissions office contact information Application fee (See ApplyTX for information on whether application fee can be waived)

Institution name Admissions office contact information Application fee (See ApplyTX for information on whether application fee can be waived) Dear students & parents We are excited to support your college plans! Applying to college is a key step in meeting your postsecondary goals. Below, you will find contact, application fee and information

More information

2014 Future Stars Tournament Schedule

2014 Future Stars Tournament Schedule 2014 Future Stars Tournament Schedule One day sanctioned tournament for players aged 8 14 Offering an 8's division to introduce young players to competition Offering both Orange and Green Ball divisions

More information

TxDOT: Open For Business

TxDOT: Open For Business T E X A S D E P A R T M E N T O F T R A N S P O R T A T I O N TxDOT: Open For Business PASS-THROUGH FINANCING Pass-Through Toll Finance The New T exas R oadmaps Texas has some big transportation challenges,

More information

FLOOR PLANS CAPACITY CHARTS

FLOOR PLANS CAPACITY CHARTS FLOOR PLANS CAPACITY CHARTS OVERVIEW 1 FOURTH FLOOR 1. SAN ANTONIO BALLROOM 2. HOUSTON 3. CORPUS CHRISTI 4. PLANO 5. BROWNSVILLE 6. TANGENT 4 2 5 6 3 7 8 7. FRISCO 8. POOL DECK 1 THIRD FLOOR 2 1. DALLAS

More information

Education and Training Voucher (ETV) Program TUTORING SERVICES & RESOURCES www.texasetv.com

Education and Training Voucher (ETV) Program TUTORING SERVICES & RESOURCES www.texasetv.com Education and Training Voucher (ETV) Program TUTORING SERVICES & RESOURCES www.texasetv.com SCHOOL TUTORING SERVICES Public Universities Angelo State University Tutoring Center: 4reshman_college@angelo.edu

More information

Community Colleges Working for Texas

Community Colleges Working for Texas Texas Association of Community Colleges 1101 Trinity, Suite 200 Austin, Texas 78701 512/476-2572 512/476-0262 (fax) www.tacc.org Contact: Rey Garcia, TACC 512/476-2572; rgarcia@tacc.org Editors/news directors:

More information

Texas Board of Nursing 2013 Enrollment, Graduation, and Admissions Professional Nursing Programs

Texas Board of Nursing 2013 Enrollment, Graduation, and Admissions Professional Nursing Programs 213, Graduation, and issions s from Academic Year 212-213 RN Student issions Enroll cap Qual App Diploma School Covenant School of Nursing Lubbock 259 2 2 18 281 281 122 12 134 134 159 366 159 159 Diploma

More information

INTRA-STATE REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

INTRA-STATE REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS INTRA-STATE REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS CenTACRAO Central Texas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers The Central Texas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (CenTACRAO)

More information

2015 Annual Monitoring Network Plan

2015 Annual Monitoring Network Plan Texas Commission on Environmental Quality 2015 Annual Monitoring Network Plan P.O. Box 13087, Austin, Texas 78711-3087 Table of Contents List of Appendices... 2 List of Tables... 2 2015 ANNUAL MONITORING

More information

FY 2015 Hinson-Hazlewood Allocations

FY 2015 Hinson-Hazlewood Allocations FY 2015 Hinson-Hazlewood Allocations Public Universities Allocation FY 2015 ANGELO STATE UNIVERSITY $ 771,000 LAMAR UNIVERSITY $ 281,000 MIDWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY $ 528,000 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M UNIVERSITY

More information

ACCESS TO CAPITAL FOR ENTREPRENEURS. Gary Lindner, President & CEO

ACCESS TO CAPITAL FOR ENTREPRENEURS. Gary Lindner, President & CEO ACCESS TO CAPITAL FOR ENTREPRENEURS Gary Lindner, President & CEO Who We Are Texas registered Non-Profit 501(c)3 and U.S. Treasury Certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) SBA certified

More information

2014 Paralegal Division Compensation Survey

2014 Paralegal Division Compensation Survey STATE BAR OF TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF RESEARCH & ANALYSIS 2014 PARALEGAL DIVISION COMPENSATION SURVEY For more information, contact: State Bar of Texas Department of Research and Analysis P.O. Box 12487 Austin,

More information

CHRISTINA A. MONDRIK VOICE: (512) 542-9300 Mondrik & Associates FAX: (512) 542-9301 11044 Research Blvd, Suite B-400 cmondrik@mondriklaw.

CHRISTINA A. MONDRIK VOICE: (512) 542-9300 Mondrik & Associates FAX: (512) 542-9301 11044 Research Blvd, Suite B-400 cmondrik@mondriklaw. CHRISTINA A. MONDRIK VOICE: (512) 542-9300 Mondrik & Associates FAX: (512) 542-9301 11044 Research Blvd, Suite B-400 cmondrik@mondriklaw.com Austin, Texas 78759 www.mondriklaw.com BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

More information

First Attempt Pass Rate 3 Year Summary (FY07 FY09)

First Attempt Pass Rate 3 Year Summary (FY07 FY09) First Attempt Pass Rate 3 Year Summary (FY07 FY09) February 2010 Contents Executive Summary... 3 Results... 4 3 year Results... 6 Basic Peace Officer Examination... 7 Academic Alternative Basic Peace Officer

More information

PUBLICATION 2064 A Reprint from Tierra Grande magazine. By Harold D. Hunt

PUBLICATION 2064 A Reprint from Tierra Grande magazine. By Harold D. Hunt JULY 2014 Market Profile PUBLICATION 2064 A Reprint from Tierra Grande magazine 2014. Real Estate Center. All rights reserved. By Harold D. Hunt Sense of place is an elusive concept that many cities chase

More information

CHRISTINA A. MONDRIK VOICE: (512) Mondrik & Associates FAX: (512) Research Blvd, Suite B-400

CHRISTINA A. MONDRIK VOICE: (512) Mondrik & Associates FAX: (512) Research Blvd, Suite B-400 CHRISTINA A. MONDRIK VOICE: (512) 542-9300 Mondrik & Associates FAX: (512) 542-9301 11044 Research Blvd, Suite B-400 cmondrik@mondriklaw.com Austin, Texas 78759 www.mondriklaw.com BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

More information

Executive Summary. Texas International Homebuyers Report. 2014 Edition Release date: Sept. 2, 2014

Executive Summary. Texas International Homebuyers Report. 2014 Edition Release date: Sept. 2, 2014 Texas International Homebuyers Report 2014 Edition Release date: Sept. 2, 2014 Contact: Danielle Urban Pierpont Communications 512-448-4950 durban@piercom.com About the 2014 Texas International Homebuyers

More information

Gary Lindner President & CEO

Gary Lindner President & CEO Gary Lindner President & CEO Our Mission, Vision, and Core Values Our Mission PeopleFund creates economic opportunity and financial stability for underserved people by providing access to capital, education

More information

Success/Retention Activities

Success/Retention Activities Success/Retention Activities Participation Summary Data for All Institutions as of January 2, 2008 Number of Participating Institutions: 87 out of 120 (or 72.5%) Total Funding for Participating Institutions

More information

The Power of Numbers: Application of BLS Data to Key Business Decisions

The Power of Numbers: Application of BLS Data to Key Business Decisions The Power of Numbers: Application of BLS Data to Key Business Decisions Cheryl R. Abbot Chief, Economic Analysis & Information U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Southwest Regional Office, Dallas Texas Economic

More information

Research in Your Backyard. Texas

Research in Your Backyard. Texas Research in Your Backyard Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials Texas Since 1999, 8,880 clinical trials have been conducted by biopharmaceutical companies in collaboration with research institutions in Texas,

More information

CALEB TREEZE RETAILERS

CALEB TREEZE RETAILERS CALEB TREEZE RETAILERS Stops Leg Cramps / Stops Acid Reflux TEXAS Abilene Natural Food Center 2534 S 7 th St. Abilene, TX 79605-3043 (325) 673-2726 Alpine Blue Water Natural Foods Co Hwy 118 One Mile South

More information

Tuition and Fees FY

Tuition and Fees FY FY 2013-2014 The Process Provost, VP for Admin., and Deans project enrollment VP for Admin. estimates revenue Budget Committee (President, Provost, Vice President for Administration and Finance) proposes

More information

Compensation of the state s real estate professionals

Compensation of the state s real estate professionals Real Estate Payday Texans Compensation Competitive Ali Anari June 24, 2016 Publication 2133 Compensation of the state s real estate professionals is competitive with the nation s, and there is plenty of

More information

Affordability Profile

Affordability Profile Texas Affordability Profile from Affordability of Public Higher Education in SREB States prepared by Patrick M. Callan, William Doyle, Joni Finney and Darcie Harvey Higher Education Policy Institute for

More information

Quick Facts. Chapter 3: Population and Water Demand Projections WATER FOR TEXAS 2012 STATE WATER PLAN

Quick Facts. Chapter 3: Population and Water Demand Projections WATER FOR TEXAS 2012 STATE WATER PLAN Quick Facts Even with significant population increase, water demand in Texas is projected to increase by only 22 percent, from about 18 million acre feet per year in 2010 to about 22 million acre feet

More information

ECONOMIC TRENDS MONTHLY

ECONOMIC TRENDS MONTHLY ECONOMIC TRENDS MONTHLY ISSUED APRIL 28, 2012 COVERING DATA THRU MARCH 2012 Steve Nivin, Ph.D.; Maya Halebic, M.B.A.; Ramiro Cavazos Please contact Steve Nivin with any questions or comments at snivin@saberinstitute.org

More information

City of San Antonio, Texas Public Safety Compensation Analysis

City of San Antonio, Texas Public Safety Compensation Analysis City of San Antonio, Texas Public Safety Compensation Analysis Presentation to the Mayor and City Council March 19, 2014 700 Lavaca Suite 1500 Austin, TX 78701 Two Logan Square 18 th and Arch Street Philadelphia,

More information