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An additional 700 upstream oil and natural gas jobs were added in Texas in April, bringing the job count to just shy of 200,000 for the first time in over three years.

The Texas oil and natural gas job growth contributed to Texas once again breaking three employment records last month.

In April, Texas again led the U.S. in job creation and surpassed its previous record broken in March for having the greatest number of total jobs added, the greatest number of total Texans employed, and the largest total Texas labor force in state history.

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