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Texas border benefits from retail sales to Mexican nationals

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Regional Talent Pipelines: Collaborating with Industry to Build Opportunities in Texas

Over the past three decades, the share of middle-skill jobs has been shrinking in the U.S. economy. These are jobs that require workers to perform repetitive and procedural tasks, such as those performed by assembly line workers at a manufacturing company or typists at an accounting office. This form of job polarization has forced millions of American workers to make a choice: either get more education and workforce training to develop the skills and build the knowledge required for new middle- and high-skill occupations, settle for a lower-wage job in a low-skill service or manual labor ...
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Free enterprise; the economics of cooperation

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The border economy; introduction

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Do higher oil prices still benefit Texas?

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The border economy

The Texas border community has historically been the state's most disadvantaged area. However, the last decade has seen dramatic improvements in unemployment and other economic factors. This series of nine articles explores issues important to the region's economy?from job growth, wages and education to infrastructure demands, maquiladoras and illegal immigration.>
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Maquiladoras: impact on Texas border cities

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The changing face of Texas: population projections and implications

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NAFTA and maquiladoras: is the growth connected?

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