As of 2018 the region’s population increased by 5.5%since 2013, growing by 8,364. Population is expected to increase by 6.2% between 2018 and 2023, adding 9,998. From 2013 to 2018, jobs increased by 7.1% in 8 Texas ZIPs from 74,162 to 79,395. This change fell short of the national growth rate of 7.4% by 0.3%. Labor force data is not available for 8 Texas ZIPs. There is no education attainment data for 8 Texas ZIPs. The top three industries in 2018 are Education and Hospitals (Local Government), Restaurants and Other Eating Places, and Other Specialty Trade Contractors.