Texas oil exploration and production companies added 2,300 jobs in October, the sixth consecutive month of gains.
The state has 183,400 drilling and extraction workers, about 17% less than the 220,300 before the pandemic began in January 2020. Texas has reclaimed 25,900 – 43% – of the 60,000 upstream jobs lost during the pandemic, according to data from the Texas Workforce Commission. and analyzed by the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association, an industry trading group.
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