Posted on · Monthly employment numbers by the Texas Workforce Commission show a continued recovery.
Posted on · But at second glance, the story is still the same.
Posted on · Workers in the hotel and restaurant business are especially vulnerable.
Posted on · The latest jobs report confirms Greater Houston’s slow but steady recovery.
Posted on · But three sectors will keep losing employment: One of them is Energy.
Posted on · The state has now experienced job growth in 18 of the last 19 months.
Posted on · Several months of $40-plus barrel of oil has shown its effect on jobs.
Posted on · Amidst continuing oil slump, Greater Houston creates 500 net jobs.
Posted on · Houston teens will face stiff competition from older workers for retail and restaurant jobs. But in much of the country, many summer openings are likely to go unfilled for lack of applicants.
Posted on · The region has already lost tens of thousands of jobs in oil exploration, energy services, and manufacturing. This year, layoffs are likely to spread to other industries.
Posted on · One of the world’s biggest consulting firms is predicting a tough year for the oil industry that could mean more lay-offs and cutbacks. But just wait a few years ...
Posted on · Education, health care construction projects are expected to offset the loss of private-sector contracts tied to falling oil prices.
Posted on · This year marks the firm’s 30th annual holiday job-search call-in. It’s expecting a jump in calls from Texas, given layoffs in the energy sector.
Posted on · Both the state and the Houston metro area remain on track for net job gains in 2015, despite mounting energy and manufacturing layoffs.
Posted on · The group expects job gains in health care, construction, and other sectors to offset layoffs in energy and manufacturing.