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Center EDC Releases Labor Market Data

The Center EDC releases its 2015 Labor Market Data report.  Included is raw data from the US Census, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the Texas Workforce Commission.  The data covers such topics as educational attainment, wages, training facilities, occupations, and worker skills.

The report is free to download.  Please direct any questions to James Gibson, Center Economic Development Coordinator at 936/598-2941.

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