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Texas Back to Work Program Hits New Employment Milestone

The program provides up to $2,000 in hiring incentives to hire and retain out-of-work Texans, particularly those who have received or exhausted employment benefits.

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Unemployment Rate Decreases for both Texas, Lubbock

The biggest employment gains were seen in the Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities sector for the Lubbock Metropolitan Statistical Area.

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Texas, Lubbock December Unemployment Rate Drops

The decrease comes despite losing 100 nonfarm jobs from the area between November and December of 2011

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Texas Unemployment Rate Drops to Lowest Rate Since 2009

Over 200,000 jobs were added in Texas in 2011 as the state's unemployment rate is now below 8 percent

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Ben Pruchnie, Getty Images
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State and Local Unemployment Drops

Both state and local unemployment fell in November, with State levels dipping as low as 7.5 percent.

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Meaghan Murphy, Getty Images
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Texas, Lubbock Unemployment Continue to Drop

Texas Workforce Commission Chairman Tom Pauken said “Private employers continue to invest their capital into the growing Texas workforce.”

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Texas Unemployment Rate Remains at 8 Percent

Texas unemployment rate remains at 8 percent, well below the national unemployment rate. The state also continues to add jobs

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Chairman Tom Pauken of the Texas Workforce Commission on LFN [AUDIO]

Tom Pauken, the Chairman of the Texas Workforce Commission, joined Chad and Rex on today's edition of Lubbock's First News on KFYO. Listen to the audio of the full interview after the jump.

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