Texas Key Economic Indicators

AUSTIN, October 7, 2013 - Texas total nonfarm employment increased by 19,000 jobs during July 2013. Between July 2012 and July 2013, Texas total nonfarm employment increased by 293,000 jobs or 2.7 percent.

Over the past year, Texas added jobs in 10 of the 11 major industries, including professional and business services, leisure and hospitality, trade, transportation and utilities, education and health services, construction, government, financial activities, mining and logging, other services, and information.

Annual Totals
Year
Value of Crude Oil Produced
(Millions)
Value of Natural Gas Produced
(Millions)
Active Oil & Gas Drilling Rigs
Gasoline
(Millions of Taxed Gallons)
Diesel
(Millions of Taxed Gallons)
Median Sales Price Existing Single Family Homes
Auto Sales Net Value
(Millions)
Cigarette Packages Taxed
(Millions)
2006
$19,657.5
$19,852.1
746
11,372.8
3,731.6
$143,100
$45,756.2
1,280.2
2007
$21,622.1
$18,858.5
613
11,624.8
3,886.9
$146,450
$48,992.8
1,004.9
2008
$30,631.3
$23,258.8
640
11,709.7
3,854.0
$145,850
$44,442.4
1,077.0
2009
$18,363.9
$9,317.4
396
11,916.3
3,475.8
$143,750
$34,792.6
949.9
2010
$26,054.9
$11,482.5
670
12,141.8
3,698.1
$146,750
$38,797.5
951.2
2011
$39,412.6
$13,368.6
849
11,948.4
3,835.2
$147,800
$44,235.2
951.7
2012
$55,052.8
$12,387.9
912
$12,261.5
$3,963.4
$158,600
$52,866.3
$958.2
 

 

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