Texas continues trend of upstream job growth

Rigzone | Valerie Jones
Since 2014, Texas has recovered 42 percent of the jobs lost due to the oil and gas industry downturn.
June marks the 19th consecutive month for job growth in Texas’ upstream oil and gas sector, according to data released July 20 from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). Texas oil and natural gas companies added 4,800 upstream jobs (which include oil and natural gas extraction and support activities for mining) in June.
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