The unemployment rate in the Bryan-College Station metro area has reached an all-time low at 2.8%, according to a locally produced index that measures a number of economic factors and indicators.
The College Station-Bryan Business-Cycle Index, which is released monthly by the Private Enterprise Research Center at Texas A&M, grew by 0.47% between April and May, a robust annualized rate of 5.8%. The index has a lag time of about two months.
The monthly report also shared data suggesting that the B-CS metro area has a lower percentage of residents 65 or older than any other large metropolitan area in the state.
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