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The Hardin, TX Job Market
Glancing for high-quality jobs in Hardin, TX? Hardin, TX, as of 2013 government information, has a population of roughly 900. $39,000 is the average residential wage number within Hardin, TX, as stated by BLS data resources from around 2013 Hardin's cost of living, as recent as 2013, was about 84 out of 100, which happens to be lower when it comes to the nationwide average.
As recent as 2014, the city of Hardin has an unemployment rate of somewhere around 7.1%. That is higher than the nationwide average unemployment percentage rate, since late 2015. That may be well worth thinking of if you'll be trying to get jobs in the city, reside in a different place and are looking in different locations, or if you are looking for areas really worth relocating to, that also have good job prospects.