As the coronavirus outbreak continues to affect the economy, a new study says workers in Texas — and Irving in particular — stand to take a hard hit.
Researchers at SmartAsset looked at jobs, cities and states likely to be the most affected by a COVID-19-sparked recession. According to the personal finance technology company, Irving ranked No. 12 among the 100 largest U.S. cities with the most vulnerable jobs. The only other Texas cities in the top 25 were Laredo (No. 7) and Houston (No. 21). Texas as a whole is the 10th most vulnerable state to job losses.
SmartAssist reviewed data from Moody’s Analytics, IBISWorld and the Department of Labor to determine the 20