Marcus Hiles, the CEO of Western Rim Property Services, describes strategies in the lone star state that have caused increased job opportunities that outperforms the rest of America. Texas reached employment recovery two years before the rest of the nation after the most recent recession. In early 2016, more than 1.3 million employment openings were created, which took the lone star state to an employment peak not seen in decades. Because the states unemployment rate is considerably less than in the other states – earlier this year, it was almost half a percent less than the rest of the country – consumer confidence has been vigorous. The May 2016 Texas Consumer Confidence Index (CCI), which calculates economic optimism through savings and purchasing behaviours, was 117.6, in contrast to the U.S. CCI of 92.6. The strong Texas economy – moved by $5 billion in tax decreases in under five years – has also seen a boom in the housing market. The cost of existing real estate went up by almost 6 percent annually and the number of single-family building permits increased by 6 percent. Read More:—-encourages-everyone-to-follow-texas-pro-growth-policies-2016-06-24

Marcus Hiles On U.S. Implementing Texas Growth Policies        

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