# Construction, Mining and Natural Resources Payroll Employment for Brownsville-Harlingen, TX (MSA)

2013: 3.4 Thousands of Persons (+ see more)
Annual, Seasonally Adjusted, BRONRMCA175AFRBDAL, Updated: 2014-03-07 3:49 PM CST
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The Dallas Fed has improved the quality of the payroll employment estimates for Metropolitan Areas of Texas using early benchmarking and two-step seasonal adjustment. More information regarding the early benchmarking technique can be found at http://www.dallasfed.org/research/basics/benchmark.cfm. More information pertaining to two-step seasonal adjustment can be found at http://www.dallasfed.org/research/basics/twostep.cfm.

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(a) Construction, Mining and Natural Resources Payroll Employment for Brownsville-Harlingen, TX (MSA), Thousands of Persons, Seasonally Adjusted (BRONRMCA175AFRBDAL)
The Dallas Fed has improved the quality of the payroll employment estimates for Metropolitan Areas of Texas using early benchmarking and two-step seasonal adjustment. More information regarding the early benchmarking technique can be found at http://www.dallasfed.org/research/basics/benchmark.cfm. More information pertaining to two-step seasonal adjustment can be found at http://www.dallasfed.org/research/basics/twostep.cfm.

Construction, Mining and Natural Resources Payroll Employment for Brownsville-Harlingen, TX (MSA)

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