Retail Trade: Department Stores Payroll Employment in Texas

2013: 4.9 December to December Percent Change (+ see more) 
Annual, Seasonally Adjusted, TX42452100A674FRBDAL, Updated: 2014-10-28 5:57 PM CDT
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The Dallas Fed has improved the quality of the payroll employment estimates for 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.

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Release: Texas Employment Data

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(a) Retail Trade: Department Stores Payroll Employment in Texas, December to December Percent Change, Seasonally Adjusted (TX42452100A674FRBDAL)
The Dallas Fed has improved the quality of the payroll employment estimates for 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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Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Retail Trade: Department Stores Payroll Employment in Texas [TX42452100A674FRBDAL], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis https://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/TX42452100A674FRBDAL/, December 27, 2014.





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