It’s a pretty impressive story of how job creation in just one state – Texas – has made such a significant contribution to the 1.169 million net increase in total US employment (+1,444,290 Texas jobs minus the 275,290 non-Texas job loss) in the seven year period between the start of the Great Recession in December 2007 and December 2014. The other 49 states and the District of Columbia together employ about 275,000 fewer Americans than at the start of the recession seven years ago, while the Lone Star State has added more than 1.25 million payroll jobs and more than 190,000 non-payroll jobs (primarily self-employed and farm workers).I have to agree with Red State on this, if the Great One wants credit for these numbers, he should stop pushing the majority of folks to disability and food stamps. Maybe work on creating an environment that encourages this kind of job growth nationwide?
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Tuesday, January 27, 2015