Texas Growth Factor
By 2014, more Texans will work in home health care services than the state’s other leading industries. This sector will provide an estimated quarter of a million jobs annually— a 53 percent increase from 2004 employment rates. For more information on Texas job opportunities and employment sectors, visit the Texas Workforce Commission’s Web site.
|Industry||2004 Average Employment||2014 Projected Employment||Growth Rate|
|Home Health Care Services||161,650||247,950||53.4%|
|Management, Scientific and Technical Consulting Services||53,850||82,350||52.9%|
|Office Administrative Services||33,350||50,650||51.9%|
|Motor Vehicle Manufacturing||6,650||9,650||45.1%|
|Offices of Physicians||149,750||216,850||44.8%|
|Individual and Family Services||32,600||46,650||43.1%|
|Computer Systems Design and Related Services||71,200||101,800||43.0%|
|Educational Support Services||2,000||2,850||42.5%|
|Offices of Other Health Practitioners||35,600||50,650||42.3%|
|Outpatient Care Centers||18,000||25,550||41.9%|
Source: Texas Workforce Commission.