Graph and Chart Comparing CA with Texas on Jobs and Economic Growth

A bipartisan delegation of CA legislators and business leaders, are going on a junket to Texas to try to understand why Texas is growing jobs while CA continues to lose them.  Really? They need to go there to understand the difference?   Here are two great visual aids included in the press release from the CA Republican Caucus Office today:

I Was Two When My Parents, Aunts, Uncles, & Grandparents Moved Their Families From Texas to CA for Jobs. Now Texas is the New California.

Say it Ain’t So: “Texas is the New California”

By Joel Fox
Editor of Fox & Hounds and President of the Small Business Action Committee
Fri, October 29th, 2010
After looking at the state unemployment numbers that came out last week, the Wall Street Journal declared in an editorial that Texas cities have become the destination for investment and entrepreneurship. The paper flatly states: “Texas is the New California.”

Has the Golden State dropped so low that we have lost our reputation as the home of innovation and bright beginnings? Have entrepreneurs found a more comfortable, happier place to call home? It sure looks that way.

The Journal noted California’s huge job loss and Texas’s job gain. But more than that, the paper implied that Texas is the new destination for the entrepreneur. Texas has become the target for “high tech, venture capital, aeronautics, health care and even industrial manufacturing.” Click here to read more.

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