New numbers from the Texas Workforce Commission show the state's unemployment rate remaining steady at 6.7 percent in April.
Professional and business services had the largest monthly drop with 20,100 jobs lost. The largest industry gains in April were in leisure and hospitality, with 10,600 job added. Education and health services also gained.
With an 8.9 percent unemployment rate, the McAllen-Edinburg-Mission region was hardest hit.
The Amarillo area fared best with a 4.1 percent unemployment rate.