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The monthly numbers fell in line with the near-zero growth rate that economists had been predicting.
U.S. crude briefly fell below $30 a barrel on Tuesday, dropping $1.48 to $29.93 a barrel in midday trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That’s the lowest intra-day trading level since December 2003.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas said Tuesday that Texas would continue to add jobs in 2015, but that the total number of new jobs could decrease by up to 173,000.
Check out the list’s seven jobs related to fossil fuel production and see how they were graded on various measures of job satisfaction.
The flourishing energy sector along with across-the-board private sector hiring will keep Texas’ economic growth moving faster than the nation’s, an economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas predicted Wednesday.