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Work In Texas is the most comprehensive on-line job resource. At Work In Texas you can find a job, find an employee, and find another reason to love Texas.

Texas Workforce Commission

Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) is the state agency charged with overseeing and providing workforce development services to employers and job seekers of Texas.

  Bureau of Labor Statistics / US Department of Labor
Find information such as:

  • Industry employment concentrations in different areas of the United States. 
  • Cost of living increase for social security. 
  • New information on job gains and losses.

Detailed statistics are available from the US Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics website.

Business Law is a U.S. Government site.  Find government rules and regulations, services and resources to help start and/or grow a successful business. 

Labor Market Information in Texas
The January 2005 release estimates significant changes were made to the way area labor force statistics are produced.  In addition, LMCI has adopted the 2000 Census-based Metropolitan Statistical Area definitions. Get information on how these changes affect estimates, data availability, and more at this website.  

US Census Bureau
America is changing, so is the Census. Visit the US Census Bureau web site, your gateway to Census 2000, Census 2000 EEO Tabulations, Estimates, American Community Survey, Economic Census, NAICS, Business Owner Surveys, Maps, TIGER, News Releases, Minority Links, Census Calendar, Statistical Abstract, and much, much more. 

US Department of Labor
Visit the US Department of Labor web site by Topic (wages, health plans & benefits, unemployment insurance), by Audience (workers, employers), by Top 20 Items (occupational outlook, handbook, consumer price index), by Form (DOL forms on-line), and by Location (DOL services in your area). 

US Citizenship and Immigration Services
The new version of the Form I-9 was released on March 8, 2013. Beginning May 7, 2013, employers must only use the new Form I-9. For more information and to access the new form, click on the link above.