The Labor Market Information program (LMI) provides resources for the public. Through Texas LMI reports and tools, you can explore career opportunities, find wage and occupation information, learn about your interests and abilities, and more. Texas LMI data is available for a variety of labor market-related topics, and can be used to create an education plan, make career-related decisions, help grow businesses, or conduct occupational research.
LMI Resources for Job Seekers & Employers
|LMI Resources for Job Seekers & Employers||Description|
|TexasLMI.com||Find economic information to support business development. Research economic indicators such as job growth, unemployment statistics, and wage information.|
|Texas Labor Analysis||Create in-depth reports for a single or aggregated region of your choice, perform a gap analysis, view dynamic charts, and download data.|
|Texas Wages||Not sure how much to pay for different jobs in your business? Check out TexasWages.com to move your business forward!|
|Texas AutoCoder||Type in a job or job description to find the associated SOC code and O*Net title. Results have been customized by adding Texas-specific data and information.|
|Texas Skills to Work||Designed to help you use your military experience to transition to a job you already know how to do in the civilian workforce.|
|Monthly Help Wanted Online||View a map or generate location-specific reports of the monthly job postings in Texas, as reported by Lightcast. Filter by WDA, county, ESC, or job title.|
|TWC Unemployment Insurance Claimant Interactive Map||The Texas UI Claimant Dashboard maps Unemployment Insurance claims by TWC Workforce Development Area, county, zip code and legislative district. Data downloads are available for all the information displayed.|
|Texas Labor Market Review||Read about the most recent state labor data and employment information. Compare Texas and U.S. data in this monthly publication.|
|CareerOneStop: Salary Finder||Find salaries by occupation and location. Salary information comes from the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics.|
|mySkills myFuture||Explore career options based on skills you have used in previous jobs. Compare careers, find training and search for jobs.|
LMI Resources for Students, Counselors & Teachers
|LMI Resources for Students, Counselors & Teachers||Description|
|Career & Technical Education Downloads||Career and Technical Education downloads will provide a list of in-demand occupations that are aligned with Texas Career Cluster and Statewide CTE Programs of Study information. This data is arranged by region and contains relevant labor market information to help understand which jobs are most likely to be available and well-compensated.|
|Jobs Y'all||Anything is possible. That's what Jobs Y'all is all about. Jobs Y'all is where you can explore good-paying and meaningful careers in growing industries. Here, you’ll discover rewarding and satisfying jobs right in your hometown or elsewhere in Texas. Find the career that matches your interests and goals. Your career starts here.|
|Texas Internship Challenge||The Texas Internship Challenge is a partnership between the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), Texas Education Agency (TEA) and The Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), who challenge employers to offer paid internships and make it easy for students to search and apply for them.|
|Texas Reality Check||It's difficult to predict the future, but it's never too early to start planning for it. Texas Reality Check will show you how much your living expenses will cost, and the amount of money you will need to earn to pay for them.|
|Texas Career Check||Our newest online tool, Texas Career Check offers information on hundreds of job titles, pay information, and future projected jobs. This interactive website can help answer your education and career exploration questions.|
|State Training Inventory||State Training Inventory is designed to assist customers locate education and workforce training programs, see the connection between education and occupations, and estimate the formal supply of skilled workers.|
|Texas CREWS (Discover Texas CREWS)||Tell us what college you want to attend, what you want to study, and we'll tell you what you could make in that field, and how much you could owe when you graduate.|
|Texas OnCourse||Texas OnCourse empowers you--pre-K through grade 12 students, parents, teachers, and counselors--to make decisions that will help you, your child or your students succeed after high school.|
Texas LMI has publications focused on job seekers, employers, researchers, students, educators, and more. Each customer can find an LMI publication targeted for their needs. Browse the Texas LMI publication catalog here:
External LMI Resources
Find more labor market information about the Texas economy and workforce. These resources are endorsed by Texas LMI for those who want to further explore industry and economic trends, target business development, and research and track emerging and evolving occupations in Texas.
- Census LEHD Report - View data from the LEHD program, which produces public-use information combining federal, state and Census Bureau data on employers/employees.
- BLS: Texas EAG - Find economic information to support business development. Research economic indicators such as job growth, unemployment statistics and wage information.