Texas: 30% of U.S. job growth —for 15 years…
(CUSA) – The evidence is overwhelming that minimal regulation and taxation is the key to economic prosperity.
This article from Forbes gives the details and really a blueprint for letting the citizens not the government lead the way. —Ed.
Rick Perry ascended from Lieutenant Governor to Governor of Texas in December 2000 when then-governor George Bush resigned after being elected the 43rd President of the United States.
Perry will retire in January with the tenth longest gubernatorial tenure in U.S. history. Perry made job creation one of his principle mantras, and he has overseen remarkable employment gains under his watch with 2.1 million jobs added during his tenure.
The total represents 30% of the jobs added in the U.S. since 2000 and more than twice as many as any other state.
The so-called “Texas miracle” does not show any signs of slowing either with 413,000 jobs added over the last 12 months.
Texas is expected to have the nation’s fastest annual job growth rate at 2.7% over the next five years, according to data from Moody’s Analytics…
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