Reported job growth in the upstream oil and natural gas industry reached almost 7,000 in Texas.
Reported Job Growth in May Became the Highest Single-Month Data in Texas with Almost 7,000 Additional Employment in the Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Industry
Recent job growth in May became the highest single-month data in Texas with almost 7,000 additional employment numbers in the upstream oil and natural gas industry.
According to reports from TXOGA, the recent job growth in the upstream oil and natural gas industry proved that the state remained leading in the production industries as they continue to provide high wages to workers in Texas.
The job growth reportedly includes additional employment numbers in different sectors related to upstream oil and natural gas extraction excluding other sectors such as pipelines, gas utilities, refining, and others.
Job Growth in Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Industry Increases Despite Challenges in Global Economy
With the challenges in the global economy, job growth in the upstream oil and natural gas industry increased with the help of Texans, who continue supporting and wanting to work in the different oil and natural gas sectors.
The job growth addressed the already decreasing unemployment numbers in the oil and natural-related industry amidst the negative impact of the pandemic on the economy of the state.