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Everything’s Bigger in Texas, Including Hiring.

Hiring in Texas is on the rise. What types of positions and where is the hiring happening specifically? Wanted Analytics brings us the data:

 

In April, Texas was among the states with the most job ads posted online, second only to California. As of April 2013, the number of job listings in Texas was larger than last year, rising 15% when compared to April 2012. Employers posted the highest number of job ads in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area, representing a 17% year-over-year increase. Demand in the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown metro area has followed a similar 4-year pattern and rose 21% in the past year. These 2 Texas cities were also among the metro areas with the highest demand in the nation.

 

Hiring Demand in Texas’s Metro Areas with the Most Job Ads

 

 

Texas Hiring Demand in Metro Areas with the Most Job Ads 

SOURCE: WANTED Analytics

 

Below are the most commonly advertised occupations in Texas. Overall, the largest number of job ads appeared in sales, administrative support, and healthcare fields.  The top portion of the list below matches the most commonly advertised occupations throughout the nation. The lower half is slightly different. Nationally, Web Developers, Software Developers (Applications), and Marketing Managers were more in-demand. Instead, Texas sees high demand for Maintenance and Repair Workers (General), Computer Systems Analysts, and First-Line Supervisor of Office and Administrative Support Workers.

 

Most Commonly Advertised Occupations in Texas

 

  1. Registered Nurses
  2. Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers
  3. Retail Salespersons
  4. First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers
  5. First-Line Supervisors of Food Preparation and Serving Workers
  6. Customer Service Representatives
  7. Maintenance and Repair Workers, General
  8. Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and Scientific Products
  9. Computer Systems Analysts
  10. First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers

Only 1 of the 10 most advertised industries, engineering services, saw a decline in demand over the past year (marked in red below.) The remaining industries (marked in green) all saw year-over-year growth. General medical and surgical hospitals had the most job ads posted online while full-service restaurants experienced the highest growth.

 

Industries with the Most Job Ads in Texas

(Including Job Volume and Percentage Growth)

Industries with the Highest Demand in Texas 

SOURCE: WANTED Analytics

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