As of 2018 the region’s population increased by 8.3% since 2013, growing by 9,226. Population is expected to increase by 6.1% between 2018 and 2023, adding 7,330. From 2013 to 2018, jobs increased by 6.0% in 4 Texas ZIPs from 49,762 to 52,772. This change fell short of the national growth rate of 7.4% by 1.4%. Labor force data is not available for 4 Texas ZIPs. There is no education attainment data for 4 Texas ZIPs. The top three industries in 2018 are Restaurants and
Other Eating Places, Education and Hospitals (Local Government), and Basic Chemical Manufacturing.

As of 2018 the region’s population increased by 8.3% since 2013, growing by 9,226. Population is expected to increase by 6.1% between 2018 and 2023, adding 7,330.

From 2013 to 2018, jobs increased by 6.0% in 4 Texas ZIPs from 49,762 to 52,772. This change fell short of the national growth rate of 7.4% by 1.4%.

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