Texas Is America’s Undisputed Jobs Leader With Most Jobs Added

~ In a recent announcement, Governor Greg Abbott praised the people of Texas and the state's employers for their outstanding job growth over the past year. According to data released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Texas added a staggering 316,700 nonfarm jobs from May 2023 to May 2024, surpassing all other states in job creation.

Governor Abbott expressed his pride in Texas' position as the top job creator in the nation, stating, "Texas is America's undisputed jobs leader." He attributed this success to the state's business-friendly climate, which allows companies of all sizes and industries to thrive. The Governor also recognized the hard work and innovation of entrepreneurs and workers in shaping the future of Texas.

This news comes on the heels of another positive report on Friday from the Texas Workforce Commission, which showed record-breaking numbers for total jobs, employed Texans, and labor force size. Governor Abbott celebrated these achievements as a testament to the strength of the Texas economy.

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Furthermore, just yesterday, Texas received yet another accolade for its business climate as it was ranked as having the best business climate in the nation. This recognition further solidifies Texas' position as a top destination for businesses and job seekers alike.

Governor Abbott also emphasized that this success is not by chance but rather a result of strategic investments in education, workforce development, and critical infrastructure. He pledged to continue expanding economic opportunities across all regions of Texas as they work towards building an even bigger and better state.

With these impressive numbers and rankings, it is clear that Texas is leading the way in job creation and economic growth. As other states look to emulate their success, Texans can take pride in their state's continued prosperity under Governor Abbott's leadership.

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