Unemployment Rate

Brands Act as Coronavirus Cases Surge in North Texas

By Joanna England / April 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

The Statler opens its guest rooms to those fighting COVID-19, NAR offers Realtors free teleheath resources, and a local Dallas designer shows you how to make a mask in this week’s news roundup.

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Dallas-Fort Worth Unemployment Rate Holds Relatively Steady in July

By Bethany Erickson / August 19, 2019 / 0 Comments

The unemployment rate for Dallas-Fort Worth held relatively steady in July, Dallas ISD seeks volunteers for 2020 bond subcommittees, and we find out what county in Texas is shrinking the fastest, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news. Dallas-Fort Worth Unemployment Rate Holds Relatively Steady in July The unemployment rate in the Dallas-Fort […]

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MetroTex Seeking Directors and Officials for Board

By Bethany Erickson / March 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

The MetroTex Association of Realtors is now accepting applications for board of director candidates, Texas unemployment numbers inched up slightly, and community opinion is being sought for the Harold Simmons Park — and you can read about all this and more in this week’s roundup of real estate news.

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Real Estate Center at Texas A&M Releases Report Extolling Texas' Bustling Economy, Says Dallas Area Ranks 6th in Job Growth

By Joanna England / July 1, 2013 / 0 Comments

If you want to know why growth in Texas real estate markets is outpacing other states, look no further than our great state’s unemployment rate. Like a mushroom that sprouts overnight, Texas’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate is 6.5 percent — an entire percentage point lower than the national average, according to the Real Estate Center […]

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Dallas Most Popular City in U.S. With Generation Y — Millennials

By Candy Evans / July 18, 2012 / 9 Comments

According to giant Moving.com, an online source for moving-related services, millennials love Dallas. Like, a whole lot. Seems that with the job market so tight and everything pretty sucky once they graduate from college, millennials are shunning NYC and the We$t Coa$t for cities with job growth and affordable housing. And guess what, we have […]

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