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Noteworthy: Population: Texas grows despite recessionary doldrums
Michael Nicholson

Texas' population grew robustly in the two years ended July 2009 despite the recession's impact on labor markets. The state added more people than any other--almost 1 million--and expanded at a faster pace than all but Utah and Wyoming.>

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Michael Nicholson, "Noteworthy: Population: Texas grows despite recessionary doldrums" , Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Southwest Economy, issue Q3, pages 14-, 2010.
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Keywords: Economic conditions - Texas ; Population ; Recessions
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