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1 The Economic Benefits of More Fully Utilizing Advanced 2 201 M ay Practice Registered Nurses in the Provision of Health An Analysis of Local and Statewide Effects on Care in Texas: Business Activity T HE P ERRYMAN G ROUP 510 N. Valley Mills Dr., Suite 300 Waco, TX 76710 ph. 254.751.9595, fax 254.751.7855 [email protected] www.perrymangroup.com

2 Table of Contents ... 2 ... INTRODUCTION ... ... ... Highlights of Study Findings 4 ... 5 ... ... The Perryman Group’s Perspective ... GISTERED NURSES AND ADVANCED PRACTICE RE THE 7 PROVISION OF HEALTH CARE ... ... ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF MORE FULLY UTILIZING GISTERED NURSES 11 ... ADVANCED PRACTICE RE ... Current Economic Benefits ... 15 ... ... ... ... 21 2020 Benefits as of ... ... Benefits in 2030 and 2040 26 ... ... Summary of Economic Benefits of Utilizing Advanced Practice Registered ... Nurses More Efficiently: 2011 - 2040 ... ... 28 CONCLUSION ... ... ... 31 ... ... ... APPENDICES 33 s Used ... ... ... 34 APPENDIX A: Method ... Texas Econometric Model ... 38 ... ... APPENDIX B: Detailed Sectoral Results 44 ... ... 45 Economic Benefits as of 2011 ... ... ... ... ... 57 Economic Benefits as of 2020 ... ... ... 69 ... ... Economic Benefits as of 2030 ... ... ... Economic Benefits as of 2040 ... 81 ... ... ... APPENDIX C: Detailed Forecast Results ... 93 perrymangroup.com i © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

3 INTRODUCTION perrymangroup.com 2 by The Perryman Group 12 © 20

4 INTRODUCTION rising cost of health care is a concern for individuals, The  families, businesses, government entities, and society as a whole . According to data maintained by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, in 2009, total health expenditures reached $2.5 trillion or some $8,086 per person. Health expenditures have also product, from risen substantially as a percent of US gross domestic about 12.5% in 1990 to 13.8% in 2000 to 17.6% in 2009.  These expenses are borne by patients and their families through out - of pocket expenses, which have risen substantially over time. - Health insurance companies are also affected, with ex penditures M notably higher in recent years . In addition, outlays by edicare and Medicaid are up dramatically, placing a strain on tight federal and and access becomes more state budgets. As the population ages ost of medical care , the problem of the high c broadly available and treatment will become increasingly difficult. Patient outcomes are, of course, of paramount importance.  However, finding ways to increase efficiency without compromising the quality of care is crucial. Moreover, many actions wh ich reduce costs, such as reducing the need for hospital stays, also improve the health and well One being of patients. - proven strategy for both improving patient care and reducing costs is greater utilization of Advanced Practice Registered s (APRN s Nurse ) including nurse practitioners, certified registered nurse anesthetists, certified nurse midwives, and clinical nurse specialists . perrymangroup.com 3 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

5 assessment of the n  ed perform The Perryman Group potential a more fully utilizing associated with nced Adva economic benefits s in the provision of health care in Texas. Practice Registered Nurse This report presents the findings from TPG’s analysis. Highlights of Study Findings  A number of empirical studies support the conclusion that Practice Registered Nurse Advanced greater utilization of s can both improve patient outcomes and reduce overall health care costs . In addition, many areas are facing shortages of primary care physicians; APRN s can help alleviate these problems. When Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s are utilized within the  systems of health care provision more efficiently, the economic benefits to the state are substantial. The Perryman Group estimates that the total current impact of enhanced efficiency includes $16.1 billion in total expenditures and $8.0 billion in output (gross product) each year as well as 97,205 permanent jobs in Texas . ; The  This economic activity also leads to additional tax receipts $483.9 million to Perryman Group estimates these effects include the State and $233.2 each million to local government entities year. Over time, the economic benefits of more efficient use of  Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s will grow. In 2020, The Perryman Group estimates that the total annual impact (including multiplier or the state of Texas would include almost $24.0 billion in effects) f total expenditures and $12.0 billion (in constant 2011 dollars) in output (real gross product) as well as 122,735 permanent jobs. perrymangroup.com 4 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

6 Aggregate State and local fiscal revenue gains would be $722.7 mi llion and $322.3 million per annum, respectively. By 2030, the annual economic benefits of reduced health care  Advanced Practice expenditures realized by more fully utilizing Registered Nurse s could be expected to rise to $34.8 billion in total ures and $17.5 billion in output (real gross product) as well expendit as 151,462 permanent jobs. State revenue gains for the year would be $1.053 billion, with local governmental receipts rising by $424.8 million.  in total expenditures Annual benefits in 2040 rise to $46.9 billion and $23.6 billion in output (real gross product) each year and 177,220 permanent jobs. These gains would be spread through communities across Texas. The fiscal effects at this point would be e State and $538.1 million expected to include $1.432 billion for th for various local taxing authorities. Advanced Practice Registered Nurse  Utilizing s more efficiently in the system of health care provision can enhance patient care while reducing l economic benefits substantia costs. These efficiencies generate which permeate the entire state and facilitate a broader and more . effective health care delivery model The Perryman Group’s Perspective TPG is an economic research and analysis firm based in Waco,  Texas. The firm has more than 30 years of experience in assessing the economic impact of corporate expansions, regulatory changes, real estate developments, public policy initiatives, and myriad other factors affecting business activity. TPG has conducted hundreds of impact analyses for the US and Texas economies as well as all perrymangroup.com 5 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

7 Texas metro areas and regions. Impact studies have been performed for hundreds of clients including many of the largest corporations in the world, governmental entities at all levels, educational institutions, ma jor health care systems, utilities, and economic development organizations.  TPG has extensively analyzed the health care sector, and the proprietary models developed and maintained by the firm have been used in the analysis of scores of major medical facilities. Representative examples include the Methodist Hospital, Parkland, University Health System, Menninger Clinic, Scott & White, M. D. Cancer Anderson Center (including an assessment of its its), and contribution to improved outcomes and the resulting benef the University of Kansas Cancer Center (including an investigation of the benefits of achieving the status of a Comprehensive Cancer Center). Other studies have focused more broadly on health care provision  and the impact of initiatives and po licy changes. For instance, The the impact of the Perryman Group provides ongoing assessments of Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT); these analyses include the economic benefits of screening and research e been used by the Texas legislature. funded by CPRIT; results hav The firm has also completed extensive evaluations of the effects of reductions in Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) funding on the overall economy. Other significant reports fits of wellness and obesity initiatives. The e quantified the net b en Journal of Medical latter of these was recently published in the . Economics perrymangroup.com 6 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

8 ADVANCED PRACTICE RE GISTERED OF S AND THE PROVISION NURSE HEALTH CARE perrymangroup.com 7 by The Perryman Group 12 © 20

9 REGISTERED ADVANCED PRACTICE S AND THE PROVISION OF NURSE HEALTH CARE  empirical studies support the conclusion that A number of greater utilization of s can Advanced Practice Registered Nurse both improve patient outcomes and reduce overall health care . In addition, many areas are facing shortages of primary care costs physicians; APRN s can help alleviate these problems. Rising Health Care Costs Outlays . As noted, health care costs have been rising at a rapid rate  (gross grown as a percent of total US economic output have domestic product), reaching 17.6% in 2009 enters C according to the for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) . The rate of cost increase has far surpassed the overall inflation rate and shows little sign of abating.  A December 2008 study by the McKi nsey Global Institute of McKinsey & Company noted that the United States spends more on health care than other industrialized nations even when adjusting for relative wealth. The study went on to note that this pattern occurs despite the fact that the prevalence of many diseases is lower in the 1 United States than in other areas. 1 “Accounting for the cost of US health care: A new look at why Americans spend more”; McKinsey Global Institute; McKinsey&Company; December 2008. perrymangroup.com 8 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

10 rising costs are presenting affordability challenges and These  prompting a need for reform . in the delivery mechanism Potential Benefits of Expanding the Role of Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s s have been  For decades, Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s of high quality health - effective provider - recognized as cost care. Whether working within a physician’s office, independently site clinic such as for a large employer, or in a setting such - in an on s can be a vital component of the as a skilled care facility, APRN overall system of health care provision. The cost to tra  s is far less Advanced Practice Registered Nurse in than that involved for a physician. For many routine patient needs, more than sufficient. At times, training is APRN however, often can help patients deal with access to a n APRN health issues before expensive , reducing the need for escalate they such as s treatment hospital stays.  A recent article in Nursing Economic$ presented the results of a care 7 studies of patient outcomes and perceptions with review of 3 Advanced Practice Registered Nurse ared to situations by s comp with physician care only. For all parameters examined in the underlying studies (ranging from patient satisfaction to specific measures of health and the need for treatment), the results were 2 found to be equivalent. 2 “Advanced Practice Nurse Outcomes 1990 September October - Nursing Economic$; 2008: A Systematic Review”; - 2011. perrymangroup.com 9 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

11 Despite the need to control health care costs and the demonstrated  arious s, v Advanced Practice Registered Nurse effectiveness of ir ability to practice to the full extent of their regulations limit the sary neces certainly training. While care by a physician is and appropriate in many cases, there are many instances when efficiency can be gained (without sacrificing patient outcomes) through n APRN This approach can also help extend the . treatment by a re health delivery system to areas (such as rural communities) whe r resources are scarce o unavailable.  Regulatory changes which enhance the role of Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s within the state’s system of health care are in the interest of all Texans. The economic benefits of more fully utilizing APRN s are described in the following section. perrymangroup.com 10 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

12 MORE ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF ADVANCED FULLY UTILIZING NURSE PRACTICE REGISTERED S perrymangroup.com 11 by The Perryman Group 12 © 20

13 ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF MORE ADVANCED FULLY UTILIZING S PRACTICE REGISTERED NURSE  Reducing the cost of medical care frees up scarce societal resources to be spent in more productive ways. By more fully utilizing Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s in the provision of health care, efficiencies can be realized which, in turn, lead to stantial economic benefits. sub Measuring Economic Impacts  are saved through more efficient health care provision resources As g spent for other purposes , like any economic activity enerate , they multiplier or . The Perryman ripple effects through the economy Group developed a model some 30 years ago (with continual updates and refinements since that time) to describe these output assessment model - interactions. This dynamic input , known as the US Multi - Regional Impact Assessment System (USMRIAS), a variety of data (from surveys, industry information, and other uses sources) to describe the various goods and services (known as The resources or inputs) required to produce another good/service. submodel used in the current analysis reflect industrial the specific s . composition and characteristics of the Texas econom y spend money they and employers patients In this case, for example,  would have previously used for health care in a number of ways, incremental sales to a resulting in number of businesses . These companies produce and , in turn, purchase the items necessary to perrymangroup.com 12 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

14 and services from other companies. In this way, provide the goods spending the effect of ripples out through a health care savings trum of industries. variety of firms across a spec  I n order to estimate the likely savings, The Perryman Group utilized academic studies which quantified savings from the use of 3 s on a conservative basis . Advanced Practice Registered Nurse These amounts were then subjected to an acuity adjustment to account for the types of treatment which require the use of a physician. They were further reduced to reflect the probable lack of efficiency in implementing a broad utilization program. This rocess suggested that a net savings of about 6.2% was attainable. p amount was then allocated between is Th employers and individuals based on typical co payment patterns. It was also apportioned - among delivery sites (such as hospitals, ambulatory care faci lities, and nursing homes) based on typical patterns for the relevant treatment categories. The employer savings were allocated across more than 500 industrial categories based on aggregate direct and indirect health care spending as determined elevant from the r coefficients of the USMRIAS. The individual savings, after state - - adjustment for out spending leakages and savings rates - of assumed to be spent within the affected demographic segments, was rmined by in accordance with the standard consumer patterns as dete and the the ACCRA Cost of Living Survey Consumer Expenditure Survey of the US Department of Labor. were also measured on a geographically disaggregated results The  basis to illustrate the effects across various segments of the state. The direct values were estimated based on spending and output 3 See, for example, - “An Alternative Approach to Reducing the Costs of Patient Care? A Controlled Trial of the Multi Nurse Practitioner (MDNP) Model”; Ettner, Susan L. et al; Feb Medical Decision Making , Jan Disciplinary Doctor - - Effectiveness”; American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Also “Demonstration “Nurse 06 and Practitioner Cost - 20 ; 1994 HMO Practice Term Care Facilities; - Effectiveness of a Nurse Practitioner/Physician Team in Long - of the Cost and “The Effect of a Multidiscip linary Hospitalist, Physician, and Advanced Practice Nurse Collaboration on Hospital , 2006. The Journal of Nursing Administration Costs”; Cowan, M.J., et al; perrymangroup.com 13 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

15 levels in the relevant health care sectors. The USMRIAS is t d to fully accoun structure for spillover effects across counties and other geographic subdivisions.  Results were also provided for the current period (2011), as well as projected findings for 2020, 2030, and 2040. This aspect of the analysis serves to illustrate the increasing benefit of a more efficient delivery model over time. The levels of direct activity in these ere derived from the current baseline forecast from the periods w Texas Econometric Model, which was developed by The Perryman ars ago and has been consistently updated on Group more than 30 ye an ongoing basis. Results were fully adjusted for expected gains in productivity over time. several of indicators different  Impacts are expressed in terms of business activity. overall (or total spending) measures the dollars Total expenditures o economic changing hands in the state as a result of the stimulus . (or output) is production of goods and services Gross product o that will come about in Texas as a result of the activity . This measure is parallel to the gross domestic product numbers commonly reported by various media outlets and is a subset of total expenditures. Personal income is dollars that end up in the hands of people o in the area; the vast majority of this aggregate derives from the earni ngs of employees, but payments such as interest and rents are also included. in the case of an o Job gains are expressed as permanent jobs ( impact or person ongoing - ) years of such as this one . employment (for transitory effects such as construction) 2011 dollars results are expressed on an annual basis in constant All  to adjust for the effects of overall inflation . Additional information perrymangroup.com 14 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

16 regarding the methods x may be found in Appendi used in this report . A Current Economic Benefits  When Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s are utilized within the systems of health care provision more efficiently, the economic benefits The Perryman Group estimates to the state are substantial. that the total current impact of enhanced efficiency includes billion in output billion in total expenditures and $ 8.0 $16.1 in permanent jobs 97,205 each year as well as (gross product) . Texas The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2011 $16.083 Total Expenditures Gross Product $8.021 97,205 Personal Income $5.226 Permanent Jobs Retail Sales $2.493 $16 $18 $6 $8 $10 $2 $4 $0 $12 $14 Billions of 2011 Dollars Source: The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com 15 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

17 ; The additional tax receipts This economic activity also leads to  s Perryman Group estimate illion to 483.9 m $ these effects include million to local government entities each 2 . 233 the State and $ year. These benefits are would be felt in communities across the state as  illustrated in the following charts. ded  Results by county (as well as detailed sectoral effects) are inclu in Appendix B of this report. perrymangroup.com 16 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

18 s Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Under a scenario utilizing  more efficiently the current economic benefits would include job gains in both cities and more rural areas. Benefits of Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with More Efficient s: Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Use of 2011 Job Gains by Metropolitan Statistical Area Source: The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com 17 by The Perryman Group © 20 12

19 would also be higher, with benefits Output (real gross product)  naturally concentrated in the state’s most populous areas. Annual Benefits of Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with More : Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s 2011 Gains in Real Gross Product by Metropolitan Statistical Area Source: The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com © 20 by The Perryman Group 18 12

20 Current job gains that would be realized on a regional basis are  noted in the graphic below. Benefits of Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s: 2011 Region by Job Gains Source: The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com by The Perryman Group 12 19 © 20

21 gains associated with reducing utput (real gross product) Current o  s Advanced Practice Registered Nurse health care costs by using more efficiently are described below. Annual Benefits of Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with More s: Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurse 2011 by Region in Real Gross Product Gains Source: The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com 20 by The Perryman Group 12 © 20

22 Benefits as of 2020 Over time, the economic benefits of more efficient use of Advanced  s will grow. In 2020, The Perryman Practice Registered Nurse impact (including multiplier annual Group estimates that the total effects) for the state of Texas would include almost $24.0 bi llion in 12.0 billion total expenditures and $ in (in constant 2011 dollars) output (real gross product permanent jobs. 122,735 as well as ) Aggregate State and local fiscal revenue gains would be $722.7 $ million and 322.3 million per annum, respectively. The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2020 $23.971 Total Expenditures $12.006 Gross Product 122,735 $7.841 Personal Income Permanent Jobs Retail Sales $3.723 $20 $30 $0 $15 $25 $10 $5 Billions of 2011 Dollars Source: The Perryman Group Again, these benefits would be spread throughout the state, as  illustrated in the following graphics. perrymangroup.com 21 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

23 Benefits of Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s: by Job Gains 2020 Statistical Area Metropolitan Source: The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com by The Perryman Group 22 12 © 20

24 Annual Benefits of Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s: in Real Gross Product Gains 2020 Metropolitan Statistical Area by Source: The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com by The Perryman Group 23 12 © 20

25 Benefits of Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s: 2020 Job Gains by Region Source: The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com 24 12 © 20 by The Perryman Group

26 Annual Benefits of Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s: 2020 Gains in Real Gross Product by Region Source: The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com 25 by The Perryman Group © 20 12

27 Benefits in 2030 and 2040 By 2030, economic benefits of reduced health care  annual the Advanced Practice expenditures realized by more fully utilizing s could be expected to rise to $34.8 billion in total Registered Nurse expenditures and $17.5 billion in output (real gross product) as well 151,462 as . State revenue gains for the year would permanent jobs be $1.053 billion, with local governmental receipts rising by $424.8 million. The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2030 $34.764 Total Expenditures $17.461 Gross Product 151,462 Personal Income $11.417 Permanent Jobs $5.430 Retail Sales $35 $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 $5 $0 $40 Billions of 2011 Dollars Source: The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com 26 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

28 in 2040 rise to $46.9 billion in total expenditures Annual benefits  and $23.6 billion in output (real gross product) each year and 177,220 permanent jobs. These gains would be spread through communities across uld be o The fiscal effects at this point w . Texas expected to $538.1 million include $1.432 billion for the State and for various local taxing authorities. The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas (as of 2040) $46.931 Total Expenditures $23.598 Gross Product 177,220 Personal Income $15.431 Permanent Jobs Retail Sales $7.383 $0 $60 $50 $40 $30 $20 $10 Billions of 2011 Dollars Source: The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com 12 © 20 by The Perryman Group 27

29 Economic Benefits of Utilizing Advanced Summary of s More Efficiently: 2011 Practice Registered Nurse 2040 - ) economic benefits reduction in health care costs (and, hence, The  Advanced Practice stemming from increased utilization of Registered Nurse r s in the provision of health care in Texas rise ove d time due to expected increases in medical costs and the greater nee for care associated with a growing and aging population.  In terms of total expenditures, overall economic benefits (adjusted for general inflation) rise from almost $16.1 billion currently to more than $46.9 billion by 2040. perrymangroup.com 28 by The Perryman Group 12 © 20

30 When measured by output (real gross product), The Perryman  Group’s analysis indicates rising benefits from $8.0 billion per year in 2011 to almost $23.6 billion by 2040. perrymangroup.com 29 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

31  Job gains indicate a similar pattern of increase, expanding from n 2011 to 177,220 by 2040. some 97,205 i These positive effects would continue to rise over time.  baseline economic forecast underlying these projected The  outcomes is given in Appendix C perrymangroup.com © 20 by The Perryman Group 30 12

32 CONCLUSION perrymangroup.com 31 © 20 by The Perryman Group 12

33 CONCLUSION  Finding ways to deal with rising health care costs is crucial to long - term prosperity. To the extent that regulatory frameworks prevent the most efficient provision of care in an appropriate and beneficial manner , they s) at all time ( ing is be - Patient well modified. should be of paramount importance, but empirical evidence demonstrates that Advanced Practice Registered Nurse s can be more fully utilized without compromising patient outcomes . he Perryman Group estimated the reduction in health care costs that  T could be realized by greater use of Advanced Practice Registered s and the associated increase in spending for more productive Nurse given current purposes. These economic benefits would be significant levels of health care spending and would rise over time. s more efficiently in the  Utilizing Advanced Practice Registered Nurse system of health care provision can enhance patient care while reducing stantial economic benefits costs. These efficiencies generate sub which permeate the entire state and facilitate a broader and more effective health care delivery model . perrymangroup.com 32 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

34 APPENDICES perrymangroup.com by The Perryman Group 33 12 © 20

35 APPENDIX A: Methods Used perrymangroup.com by The Perryman Group 34 12 © 20

36 Regional Impact Assessment System - US Multi output - The basic modeling technique employed in this study is known as input • analysis. This methodology essentially uses extensive survey data, industry information, and a variety of corroborative source materials to create a matrix describing the various goods and services (known as resources or inputs) required to produce one unit (a dollar’s worth) of output for a given sector. Once the base information is compiled, it can be mathematically simulated to generate ve rounds of activity involved in the evaluations of the magnitude of successi overall production process. • There are two essential steps in conducting an input - output analysis once the system is operational. The first major endeavor is to accurately define the levels of direct activity to be eva the process of obtaining luated. In this case, estimates of potential efficiency gains from enhanced utilization of Advanced Practice the requisite sectoral and geographic determining and s Registered Nurse was described within the report. allocations Once • the direct input values were determined, the present study was conducted Regional Impact Assessment System - within the context of the US Multi (USMRIAS) which was developed and is maintained by The Perryman Group. This model has been used in hundreds of d iverse applications across the country and has an excellent reputation for accuracy and credibility. In addition, the model has been in operation and continually updated for over two decades. The system s industrial structures of Texas the unique used in the current simulations reflect and its counties, metropolitan areas, and regions . The USMRIAS is somewhat similar in format to the Input • Output Model of the - Output Modeling System, both of which are - United States and the Regional Input maintained by the US Department of Commerce. The model developed by TPG, however, incorporates several important enhancements and refinements. - sector Specifically, the expanded system includes (1) comprehensive 500 - coverage for any county, multi (2) calculation of both total county, or urban region; expenditures and value added by industry and region; (3) direct estimation of - expenditures for multiple basic input choices (expenditures, output, income, or employment); (4) extensive parameter localization; (5) price adjustm ents for real and nominal assessments by sectors and areas; (6) measurement of the induced impacts associated with payrolls and consumer spending; (7) embedded modules sectoral direct spending effects; (8) estimation of retail spending - to estimate multi tivity by consumers; and (9) comprehensive linkage and integration capabilities ac with a wide variety of econometric, real estate, occupational, and fiscal impact models. The models used for the present investigation have been thoroughly tested for reasonab leness and historical reliability. - • As noted earlier, the impact assessment (input output) process essentially estimates the amounts of all types of goods and services required to produce one unit (a dollar’s worth) of a specific type of output. For purpos es of illustrating the nature of the system, it is useful to think of inputs and outputs in dollar (rather than perrymangroup.com 35 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

37 physical) terms. As an example, the construction of a new building will require architectural specific dollar amounts of lumber, glass, concrete, hand tools, services, interior design services, paint, plumbing, and numerous other elements. Each of these suppliers must, in turn, purchase additional dollar amounts of inputs. ating This process continues through multiple rounds of production, thus gener subsequent increments to business activity. The initial process of building the facility is known as the direct effect . The ensuing transactions in the output chain indirect effect constitute the . • Another pattern that arises in response to any dire ct economic activity comes from the payroll dollars received by employees at each stage of the production cycle. As workers are compensated, they use some of their income for taxes, savings, ever, is spent and purchases from external markets. A substantial portion, how locally on food, clothing, health care services, utilities, housing, recreation, and other items. Typical purchasing patterns in the relevant areas are obtained from ACCRA Cost of Living Index the e regional measur - , a privately compiled inter which has been widely used for several decades, and the Consumer Expenditure Survey of the US Department of Labor. These initial outlays by area residents generate further secondary activity as local providers acquire inputs to meet this induced consumer demand . These consumer spending impacts are known as the . The USMRIAS is designed to provide realistic, yet conservative, estimates effect of these phenomena. • Sources for information used in this process include the Bureau of the Census, the Labor Statistics, the Regional Economic Information System of the US Bureau of Department of Commerce, and other public and private sources. The pricing data are compiled from the US Department of Labor and the US Department of Commerce. The verification and testi ng procedures make use of extensive public and private sources. Note that all monetary values, unless otherwise noted, are given in constant (201 1 ) dollars to eliminate the effects of inflation. • The USMRIAS generates estimates of the effect on several measures of business activity. The most comprehensive measure of economic activity used in this study Total Expenditures is . This measure incorporates every dollar that changes tion. For example, suppose a farmer sells wheat to a miller hands in any transac for $0.50; the miller then sells flour to a baker for $0.75; the baker, in turn, sells bread to a customer for $1.25. The Total Expenditures recorded in this instance .50 + $0.75 + $1.25. This measure is quite broad, but is would be $2.50, that is, $0 useful in that (1) it reflects the overall interplay of all industries in the economy, and (2) some key fiscal variables such as sales taxes are linked to aggregate spending. iness activity frequently employed in this analysis is that A second measure of bus • . This indicator represents the regional equivalent of Gross of Gross Product Domestic Product, the most commonly reported statistic regarding national ross Product of, say, Amarillo is the economic performance. In other words, the G amount of US output that is produced in that area. It is defined as the value of all final goods produced in a given region for a specific period of time. Stated perrymangroup.com 36 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

38 oss area product) over added (gr - differently, it captures the amount of value intermediate goods and services at each stage of the production process, that is, it eliminates the double counting in the Total Expenditures concept. Using the example above, the Gross Product is $1.25 (the value of the bread) rath er than $2.50. Alternatively, it may be viewed as the sum of the value added by the - $0.50); and the baker, $0.50 ($1.25 - farmer, $0.50; the miller, $0.25 ($0.75 - added is, therefore, $1.25, which is equivalent to the final $0.75). The total value - value added is - of the bread. In many industries, the primary component of value the wage and salary payments to employees. Personal Income The third gauge of economic activity used in this evaluation is • . me received by As the name implies, Personal Income is simply the inco individuals, whether in the form of wages, salaries, interest, dividends, proprietors’ profits, or other sources. It may thus be viewed as the segment of overall impacts which flows directly to the citizenry. Retail Sale The fourth measure, • , represents the component of Total s Expenditures which occurs in retail outlets (general merchandise stores, automobile dealers and service stations, building materials stores, food stores, ly used measure drugstores, restaurants, and so forth). Retail Sales is a common of consumer activity. The final aggregates used are Years of • Person - and Permanent Jobs Years of Employment measure reveals the full - . The Person Employment time - - nt of year is simply the equivale equivalent jobs generated by an activity. A person a person working for a year. As an example, it could be a carpenter employed for five months, a mason for three months, and a painter for four months. In the case of a construction project, these are typically spread over the course of the tion and development phase. It should be noted that, unlike the dollar construc values described above, Permanent Jobs is a “stock” rather than a “flow.” In other words, if an area produces $1 million in output in , it is and $1 million in 2010 2009 appropriate to 2010 period. If the 2009 say that $2 million was achieved in the - same area has 100 people working in 2009 and 100 in 2010 , it only has 100 Permanent Jobs. When a flow of jobs is measured, such as in a construction multiple years, it is appropriate to project or a cumulative assessment over measure employment in Person - Years (a person working for a year). This concept is distinct from Permanent Jobs, which anticipates that the relevant positions will be maintained on a continuing basis. perrymangroup.com 37 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

39 Texas Econometric Model perrymangroup.com 12 © 20 38 by The Perryman Group

40 Texas Econometric Model Overview • The Texas Econometric Model was developed by Dr. M. Ray Perryman, President and CEO of The Perryman Group (TPG) approximately 30 years ago has been consistently maintained and updated since that time. It is formulated in an internally consistent manner an d is designed to permit the integration of relevant global, national, state, and local factors into the projection process. It is the result of more than three decades of continuing research in econometrics, economic theory, statistical methods, and key p olicy issues and behavioral patterns, as well as intensive, ongoing study of all aspects of the global, US, Texas, and Texas metropolitan area economies. It is extensively used by scores of federal and State ll as hundreds of major governmental entities on an ongoing basis, as we corporations. This section describes the forecasting process in a comprehensive manner, • focusing on both the modeling and the supplemental analysis. The overall methodology, while certainly not ensuring perfect foresight, permits an enormous body of relevant information to impact the economic outlook in a systematic manner. Model Logic and Structure • The Texas Econometric Model revolves around a core system which projects output (real and nominal), income (real and nominal), and e mployment by industry in a simultaneous manner. For purposes of illustration, it is useful to initially consider the employment functions. Essentially, employment within the system is a derived demand relationship obtained from a neo - Classical production function. The expressions are augmented to include dynamic temporal adjustments to changes in relative factor input costs, output and (implicitly) productivity, and technological progress over time. Thus, the typical equation includes output, the relati ve real cost of labor and capital, dynamic lag structures, and a technological adjustment parameter. The functional form is logarithmic, thus preserving the Classical formulation. - theoretical consistency with the neo • wage - ivided into wage and non The income segment of the model is d components. The wage equations, like their employment counterparts, are digit North American Industry Classification System - individually estimated at the 3 ured for (NAICS) level of aggregation. Hence, income by place of work is meas approximately 90 production categories. The wage equations measure real compensation, with the form of the variable structure differing between “basic” and basic.” - “non • , The basic industries, comprised primarily of the various components of Mining - oriented, i.e., they bring external dollars Agriculture, and Manufacturing, are export into the area and form the core of the economy. The production of these sectors typically flows into national and international markets; hence, the labor markets are influenced by conditions in areas beyond the borders of the particular region. perrymangroup.com 39 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

41 - adjusted) wages in the basic industry are expressed as a Thus, real (inflation function of the corresponding national rates, as well as measures of local labor market condition s (the reciprocal of the unemployment rate), dynamic adjustment parameters, and ongoing trends. The “non - basic” sectors are somewhat different in nature, as the strength of their • labor markets is linked to the health of the local export sectors. Consequen tly, wages in these industries are related to those in the basic segment of the economy. The relationship also includes the local labor market measures contained in the basic wage equations. ovide a key • Note that compensation rates in the export or “basic” sectors pr element of the interaction of the regional economies with national and international - market phenomena, while the “non basic” or local industries are strongly impacted by area production levels. Given the wage and employment equations, multipli cative identities in each industry provide expressions for total compensation; these totals may then be aggregated to determine aggregate wage and salary income. Simple linkage equations are then estimated for the calculation of personal income by place o f work. - The non • labor aspects of personal income are modeled at the regional level using straightforward empirical expressions relating to national performance, dynamic responses, and evolving temporal patterns. In some instances (such as dividends, rents , and others) national variables (for example, interest rates) directly enter the forecasting system. These factors have numerous other implicit linkages into the system resulting from their simultaneous interaction with other phenomena in national and in ternational markets which are explicitly included in various expressions. • The output or gross area product expressions are also developed at the 3 digit - NAICS level. Regional output for basic industries is linked to national performance in the relevant in dustries, local and national production in key related sectors, relative area and national labor costs in the industry, dynamic adjustment parameters, and ongoing changes in industrial interrelationships (driven by technological changes in production proce sses). • Output in the non - basic sectors is modeled as a function of basic production levels, output in related local support industries (if applicable), dynamic temporal industry linkages are obtained from - adjustments, and ongoing patterns. The inter the i nput - output (impact assessment) system which is part of the overall integrated modeling structure maintained by The Perryman Group. Note that the dominant component of the econometric system involves the simultaneous estimation and projection of output (r eal and nominal), income (real and nominal), and employment at a disaggregated industrial level. This process, of necessity, also produces projections of regional price deflators by industry. These values are d local cost variations and permit affected by both national pricing patterns an changes in prices to impact other aspects of economic behavior. Income is converted from real to nominal terms using Texas Consumer Price Index, which fluctuates in response to national pricing patterns and unique local phenomena. perrymangroup.com 40 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

42 • Several other components of the model are critical to the forecasting process. The demographic module includes (1) a linkage equation between wage and salary (establishment) employment and household employment, (2) a labor force ate function, and (3) a complete population system with endogenous participation r migration. Given household employment, labor force participation (which is a function of economic conditions and evolving patterns of worker preferences), and he unemployment rate and level become identities. the working age population, t • The population system uses Census information, fertility rates, and life tables to determine the “natural” changes in population by age group. Migration, the most difficult segment of population dynamics t o track, is estimated in relation to relative regional and extra regional economic conditions over time. Because evolving - economic conditions determine migration in the system, population changes are c conditions. Through this allowed to interact simultaneously with overall economi process, migration is treated as endogenous to the system, thus allowing population to vary in accordance with relative business performance (particularly employment). • mic adjustments, and Real retail sales is related to income, interest rates, dyna patterns in consumer behavior on a store group basis. It is expressed on an inflation - adjusted basis. Inflation at the state level relates to national patterns, indicators of relative economic conditions, and ongoing trends. l significant segment of the forecasting system relates to real estate A fina • absorption and activity. The short - term demand for various types of property is term determined by underlying economic and demographic factors, with short - rrent status of the pertinent building cycle. In some adjustments to reflect the cu instances, this portion of the forecast requires integration with the Multi - Regional Industry - Occupation System which is maintained by The Perryman Group. The overall Texas Econometric Model contains n • umerous additional specifications, and individual expressions are modified to reflect alternative lag structures, empirical properties of the estimates, simulation requirements, and similar phenomena. Moreover, it is updated on an ongoing basis as new dat a releases become available. Nonetheless, the above synopsis offers a basic understanding of the overall structure and underlying logic of the system. Model Simulation and Multi - Regional Structure - The initial phase of the simulation process is the execution of a standard non linear • algorithm for the state system and that of each of the individual sub areas. The - external assumptions are derived from scenarios developed through national and Group. The US international models and extensive analysis by The Perryman model, which follows the basic structure outlined above, was used to some extent in the current analysis to define the demand for domestically produced goods on a per capita basis. into a single system • Once the initial simulations are completed, they are merged with additive constraints and interregional flows. Using information on minimum regional requirements, import needs, export potential, and locations, it becomes perrymangroup.com 41 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

43 t set of possible to balance the various forecasts into a mathematically consisten results. This process is, in effect, a disciplining exercise with regard to the individual regional (including metropolitan and rural) systems. By compelling equilibrium across all regions and sectors, the algorithm ensures that the patterns in state activity are reasonable in light of smaller area dynamics and, conversely, that the regional outlooks are within plausible performance levels for the state as a whole. The iterative simulation process has the additional property of imposing a global • convergence criterion across the entire multi regional system, with balance being - achieved simultaneously on both a sectoral and a geographic basis. This linear dynamic systems, as independent approach is particularly critical on non - simulations of indivi dual systems often yield unstable, non - convergent outcomes. • It should be noted that the underlying data for the modeling and simulation process are frequently updated and revised by the various public and private entities difications to the database occur, they bring compiling them. Whenever those mo corresponding changes to the structural parameter estimates of the various - systems and the solutions to the simulation and forecasting system. The multi - regional version of the Texas Econometric Model is re timated and simulated es with each such data release, thus providing a constantly evolving and current assessment of state and local business activity. The Final Forecast The process described above is followed to produce an initial set of projections. • ugh the comprehensive multi - regional modeling and simulation process, a Thro systematic analysis is generated which accounts for both historical patterns in relationships and best available information on economic performance and inter - the future course of pert inent external factors. While the best available techniques and data are employed in this effort, they are not capable of directly capturing “street sense,” i.e., the contemporaneous and often non - quantifiable information that can materially affect econom ic outcomes. In order to provide a comprehensive approach to the prediction of business conditions, it is necessary to compile and assimilate extensive material regarding current events and factors both across the state of Texas and elsewhere. • This critic al aspect of the forecasting methodology includes activities such as (1) daily review of hundreds of financial and business publications and electronic information sites; (2) review of all major newspapers in the state on a daily basis; (3) dozens of hours of direct telephone interviews with key business and political leaders in all parts of the state; (4) face face discussions with representatives of - to - major industry groups; and (5) frequent site visits to the various regions of the rising from this “fact finding” are analyzed and evaluated for state. The insights a their effects on the likely course of the future activity. Another vital information resource stems from the firm’s ongoing interaction with • e economic scenes. Such key players in the international, domestic, and stat activities include visiting with corporate groups on a regular basis and being perrymangroup.com 42 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

44 regularly involved in the policy process at all levels. The firm is also an active t initiatives, participant in many major corporate relocations, economic developmen and regulatory proceedings. Once organized, this information is carefully assessed and, when appropriate, • independently verified. The impact on specific communities and sectors that is distinct from what is captured by the econometric syste m is then factored into the forecast analysis. For example, the opening or closing of a major facility, particularly in a relatively small area, can cause a sudden change in business performance that will not be accounted for by either a modeling system b ased on historical relationships or expected (primarily national and international) factors. The final step in the forecasting process is the integration of this material into the • s, this results in a logical and mathematically consistent manner. In some instance task is accomplished through “constant adjustment factors” which augment relevant equations. In other cases, anticipated changes in industrial structure or - regulatory parameters are initially simulated within the context of the Multi Regional Impa ct Assessment System to estimate their ultimate effects by sector. Those findings are then factored into the simulation as constant adjustments on a distributed temporal basis. Once this scenario is formulated, the extended system is again balanced acros s regions and sectors through an iterative simulation algorithm analogous to that described in the preceding section. perrymangroup.com 43 © 20 by The Perryman Group 12

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47 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2011 Results by Detailed Industrial Category Total Employment Personal Gross Expenditures Product Income (Permanent (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Category $286,955,612 $75,674,789 Agricultural Products & Services 835 $51,538,759 Forestry & Fishery Products $8,900,918 $6,360,832 $2,359,105 29 Coal Mining $31,295,675 $9,095,792 $9,584,788 63 Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas $397,750,520 $87,191,088 $40,212,438 197 $2,489,141 Miscellaneous Mining $9,919,045 $4,234,384 24 245 $16,960,048 $20,581,011 New Construction $46,768,159 Maintenance & Repair Construction $184,346,972 $151,913,403 2,187 $354,862,285 Food Products & Tobacco $571,963,431 $145,031,355 $74,088,941 1,262 Textile Mill Products $8,350,600 $1,877,860 $1,588,836 33 Apparel $115,038,835 $63,712,143 $32,283,911 892 Paper & Allied Products $93,824,110 $41,561,411 $18,789,631 284 Printing & Publishing $139,156,337 $68,752,679 $44,876,405 772 Chemicals & Petroleum Refining $705,922,556 447 $60,050,680 $127,887,633 Rubber & Leather Products $21,535,062 $36,837,664 $85,242,944 428 $12,987,816 $37,277,171 Lumber Products & Furniture 190 $9,259,593 Stone, Clay, & Glass Products $50,861,828 $27,049,624 $14,147,028 230 $10,155,705 Primary Metal $51,121,210 $13,643,729 147 $38,141,115 $103,913,713 Fabricated Metal Products $24,623,969 425 Machinery, Except Electrical $41,278,928 $29,489,790 313 $103,756,128 Electric & Electronic Equipment $81,130,884 $45,104,028 $26,964,706 222 Motor Vehicles & Equipment $53,214,713 $11,761,784 $7,641,207 106 Transp. Equip., Exc. Motor Vehicles $29,515,028 $13,774,968 $9,001,456 106 Instruments & Related Products $24,827,065 $10,073,462 $7,656,683 97 Miscellaneous Manufacturing $13,513,815 $9,320,657 146 $34,867,174 Transportation $977,630,660 $438,530,272 $290,028,262 4,102 Communication $396,715,279 $244,443,284 $104,360,677 935 Electric, Gas, Water, Sanitary Services 353 $82,644,734 $189,390,031 $839,279,154 2,290 Wholesale Trade $347,350,583 $200,285,412 $513,351,088 $1,704,952,376 Retail Trade 22,697 $844,870,757 $1,412,902,942 Finance $256,008,477 $143,436,518 $83,523,468 751 $679,321,779 Insurance $417,881,944 $249,826,290 3,072 567 $63,041,446 Real Estate $2,154,560,574 $391,266,269 $208,447,581 Hotels, Lodging Places, Amusements $70,770,480 1,757 $107,876,150 $360,117,141 $222,081,385 $172,782,951 2,975 Personal Services $881,720,486 Business Services $555,409,501 $453,071,824 5,642 $245,412,364 Eating & Drinking Places $787,551,122 $461,255,133 11,367 Health Services $1,488,436,337 $1,760,402,189 $2,386,404,962 25,194 $489,192,240 $179,553,652 $207,117,588 4,388 Miscellaneous Services $20,838,930 1,435 Households $20,397,921 $20,838,930 97,205 $5,225,538,514 $8,020,657,599 $16,082,527,790 Total SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Impact Assessment System, The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com 46 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

48 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2011 Comptroller's Economic Region Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent Economic Region (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) High Plains $341,842,923 $177,829,030 $116,553,922 $63,863,530 2,256 $109,447,562 1,417 $41,042,321 Northwest Texas $206,325,408 $72,272,502 $2,682,065,082 $5,347,287,274 32,130 $822,279,027 $1,731,735,996 Metroplex 3,031 Upper East Texas $448,223,452 $234,675,436 $155,907,808 $85,055,740 $108,701,594 $303,810,528 Southeast Texas $161,338,021 2,119 $60,946,983 31,177 $5,620,865,376 $2,667,566,727 $1,735,254,948 $735,569,447 Gulf Coast 6,241 $936,779,882 $500,009,936 $328,027,999 $169,771,850 Capital $73,093,380 2,628 $203,236,217 $134,156,555 Central Texas $388,404,387 Alamo $1,219,058,720 7,903 $210,180,655 $414,274,160 $631,236,463 $638,117,282 $220,094,310 4,307 $120,228,887 $331,935,213 South Texas 1,781 $140,271,757 $272,140,361 $91,771,661 $52,830,361 West Texas $181,046,155 $359,672,196 Upper Rio Grande $57,641,317 2,216 $116,787,060 97,205 $2,492,503,498 $5,225,538,514 $8,020,657,599 $16,082,527,790 TOTAL STATE IMPACT SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Impact Assessment System, The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com 47 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

49 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2011 Council of Governments (COG) Region Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent COG (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Panhandle $91,615,627 $59,870,803 $33,465,820 1,160 $178,741,761 South Plains $163,101,162 $86,213,403 $56,683,119 $30,397,710 1,096 $88,018,399 North Texas $47,656,286 $31,699,296 $18,385,462 625 North Central Texas $5,277,115,805 $1,706,923,288 $808,086,958 31,640 $2,644,765,839 North East Texas $50,130,822 $33,591,995 $19,409,484 662 $94,727,449 East Texas $353,496,003 $184,544,614 $122,315,813 $65,646,257 2,369 West Central Texas $118,307,009 $61,791,276 $40,573,205 $22,656,858 793 $116,787,060 $359,672,196 2,216 $57,641,317 Upper Rio Grande $181,046,155 $108,534,480 $209,592,279 Permian Basin 1,376 $41,127,967 $71,245,797 405 Concho Valley $62,548,083 $31,737,277 $20,525,864 $11,702,394 1,011 $27,384,507 $51,972,202 $79,692,419 Heart of Texas $157,095,089 Capital $500,009,936 $328,027,999 $169,771,850 6,241 $936,779,882 Brazos Valley $102,422,017 $53,610,128 $35,366,108 $19,852,511 696 $36,696,098 Deep East Texas $54,729,360 $102,288,101 $20,978,452 725 South East Texas $106,608,661 $72,005,496 $39,968,531 1,394 $201,522,427 31,177 $5,620,865,376 $2,667,566,727 $1,735,254,948 $735,569,447 Gulf Coast $25,091,760 $37,697,707 $73,273,036 487 $14,087,796 Golden Crescent Alamo 7,416 $389,182,401 $593,538,756 $1,145,785,684 $196,092,859 502 $69,519,986 $37,597,562 $25,116,000 $15,106,139 South Texas 1,672 Coastal Bend $264,254,055 $131,513,520 $86,807,515 $47,132,440 $270,926,617 $95,934,255 1,888 $50,980,733 $144,548,930 Lower Rio Grande Valley $14,192,070 $70,171,469 $37,299,243 $24,812,708 490 Texoma 921 $128,887,282 $69,933,670 $46,818,245 $25,856,362 Central Texas $12,236,540 $7,009,576 $18,275,201 245 $33,416,624 Middle Rio Grande $381,548,966 $733,679,082 $130,773,058 Border Region 4,852 $250,127,428 TOTAL STATE IMPACT 97,205 $2,492,503,498 $5,225,538,514 $8,020,657,599 $16,082,527,790 SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Impact Assessment System, The Perryman Group perrymangroup.com 48 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

50 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2011 Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and Rural Texas Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent MSA (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Abilene $36,596,373 $23,941,410 $12,338,525 458 $71,430,450 Amarillo $123,685,441 $65,031,361 $42,741,341 $22,472,873 821 $162,277,118 Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos $896,187,977 $479,404,092 $314,596,547 5,979 Beaumont-Port Arthur $201,522,427 $72,005,496 $39,968,531 1,394 $106,608,661 Brownville-Harlingen $52,033,401 $34,216,486 $18,174,312 674 $100,014,090 College Station-Bryan $74,154,396 $38,519,681 $25,384,053 $13,845,327 498 Corpus Christi $110,109,700 $72,504,774 $38,583,720 1,386 $224,617,640 22,628 $3,857,986,227 $1,920,610,271 $1,232,650,543 $569,759,475 Dallas-Plano-Irving MD* $227,777,762 $455,240,586 $1,363,248,260 8,637 Fort Worth-Arlington MD* $695,524,733 $177,343,710 $352,741,966 El Paso 2,167 $56,084,130 $114,366,053 30,870 Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land $5,577,216,214 $2,644,668,217 $1,719,984,850 $726,199,756 854 $43,428,692 $64,870,560 Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood $119,320,254 $23,771,153 Laredo $32,530,572 $21,672,809 $12,833,173 431 $60,442,829 Longview $117,411,701 $62,661,946 $41,992,398 $22,629,768 813 Lubbock $130,305,142 $69,227,251 $45,614,908 $23,126,053 873 McAllen-Edinburg-Pharr $167,931,575 $90,848,283 $60,618,254 $32,109,779 1,192 Midland $50,773,976 $32,959,524 $18,623,028 627 $98,395,611 471 $68,567,026 $36,139,708 $24,258,134 $13,554,429 Odessa $8,804,165 318 $25,101,255 $16,209,814 San Angelo $49,812,864 San Antonio-New Braunfels $1,108,379,682 7,165 $188,837,019 $376,466,145 $574,222,750 316 $43,844,938 $23,897,708 $15,984,194 $8,925,400 Sherman-Denison 250 Texarkana $35,065,855 $19,122,902 $12,848,525 $7,001,115 $61,199,329 $39,775,209 770 $21,146,251 Tyler $119,849,396 352 $54,055,142 $27,444,642 $18,252,291 $10,162,647 Victoria 824 $129,809,496 $65,530,785 $42,564,943 $21,852,818 Waco $22,625,358 $33,863,911 $12,808,563 444 Wichita Falls $61,458,546 Rural Area $178,836,610 $302,635,177 $456,771,820 $875,072,645 5,992 97,205 $2,492,503,498 $5,225,538,514 $8,020,657,599 $16,082,527,790 TOTAL STATE IMPACT *Metropolitan Division SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 49 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

51 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2011 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Anderson $15,822,687 $8,830,815 $5,946,969 $3,218,519 116 Andrews $5,343,917 $2,691,377 $1,715,688 $1,091,018 33 Angelina $20,113,985 $13,406,342 $7,490,289 264 $37,877,803 Aransas $6,916,757 $3,298,140 $2,099,932 $1,350,186 42 Archer $2,471,572 $1,242,582 $795,516 $544,009 16 $60,022 Armstrong $423,363 $220,454 $150,452 3 Atascosa $11,882,192 $4,001,112 $2,164,451 77 $6,023,891 $15,199,345 $4,617,812 $2,488,110 85 Austin $7,249,717 $2,032,325 $1,049,360 $655,930 Bailey 13 $454,266 Bandera $4,264,815 $2,131,420 $1,373,844 $867,163 27 Bastrop $15,246,251 $7,614,029 $4,927,371 $2,965,183 98 Baylor $580,276 $388,132 $217,887 8 $1,071,919 Bee $6,096,571 $3,321,012 $2,240,871 $1,324,493 45 Bell $98,980,851 $54,166,684 $36,335,878 $19,636,211 711 $983,195,305 6,339 $164,352,907 $335,084,819 Bexar $510,825,877 $1,831,738 $3,708,255 Blanco 23 $681,122 $1,180,685 1 Borden $215,455 $100,155 $60,296 $38,924 $692,738 $2,165,401 $4,139,287 Bosque 28 $1,452,104 Bowie $35,065,855 $12,848,525 $7,001,115 250 $19,122,902 Brazoria $52,883,941 $34,863,847 $21,582,848 692 $105,683,423 Brazos $65,654,779 $34,053,893 $22,424,852 $11,886,010 438 Brewster $3,523,144 $1,974,531 $1,321,756 $731,721 26 $85,634 Briscoe $293,918 $138,254 $65,870 2 Brooks $1,321,703 $518,621 $325,262 11 $753,307 Brown $6,711,675 $4,514,897 $2,689,542 92 $11,875,047 Burleson $3,769,338 $1,996,048 $1,317,202 $882,297 26 Burnet $17,506,609 $8,793,066 $5,703,225 $3,229,490 111 50 $2,548,576 $3,782,679 $1,404,454 Caldwell $7,354,828 $7,750,424 Calhoun 43 $1,366,907 $2,157,295 $3,356,627 $1,392,880 $908,733 $544,238 18 $2,826,108 Callahan Cameron $100,014,090 $52,033,401 $34,216,486 $18,174,312 674 25 Camp $3,690,298 $1,944,690 $1,316,062 $662,334 $263,435 $1,031,348 $2,632,156 11 $613,228 Carson Cass $3,918,945 $2,628,295 $1,656,577 53 $7,417,855 10 $1,607,708 $762,692 $479,002 $347,879 Castro Chambers $13,517,560 $5,609,837 $3,499,978 $2,044,654 67 Cherokee $12,504,088 $6,771,808 $4,601,662 $2,498,482 90 11 $814,710 $332,728 $544,637 Childress $1,552,905 Clay $1,526,654 20 $547,537 $2,983,610 $1,026,091 3 $94,478 $167,433 $260,194 $530,074 Cochran perrymangroup.com 50 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

52 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2011 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Coke $610,994 $301,955 $193,826 $132,880 4 Coleman $1,975,703 $1,046,378 $696,394 $397,257 14 Collin $282,151,769 $184,966,635 $99,798,278 3,526 $540,690,597 Collingsworth $681,230 $370,703 $244,694 $161,518 5 Colorado $7,254,943 $3,782,113 $2,530,766 $1,476,843 51 $16,090,992 Comal $48,201,092 $24,628,029 $8,911,022 320 Comanche $3,738,054 $1,332,439 $706,317 26 $1,990,932 $688,078 $260,131 $128,755 5 Concho $374,632 $19,443,480 $9,739,156 $6,385,015 Cooke 126 $3,970,891 Coryell $14,810,628 $7,794,370 $5,157,998 $3,004,776 104 Cottle $704,870 $404,846 $271,442 $149,214 5 Crane $643,051 $443,979 $213,574 8 $1,162,901 Crockett $891,005 $461,758 $292,891 $253,031 6 Crosby $1,508,880 $840,009 $573,595 $232,507 11 $165,581 4 $308,546 Culberson $531,829 $204,381 Dallam $910,418 $1,449,619 18 $520,077 $2,830,045 16,546 Dallas $2,916,001,348 $1,434,909,986 $914,861,785 $398,995,481 20 $1,611,410 Dawson $3,278,133 $716,295 $992,463 Deaf Smith $4,329,702 $1,323,361 $698,723 25 $2,082,508 Delta $499,812 $344,205 $126,858 6 $952,211 Denton $272,500,791 $137,461,185 $89,360,000 $45,459,593 1,694 DeWitt $5,737,701 $3,040,165 $2,035,496 $1,107,163 40 $282,174 Dickens $541,946 $183,436 $122,317 4 Dimmit $1,895,265 $695,498 $441,046 14 $1,019,290 Donley $430,873 $295,214 $188,395 6 $751,323 Duval $2,252,143 $1,160,898 $786,837 $390,034 15 Eastland $6,517,000 $3,336,316 $2,201,373 $1,414,588 45 471 $13,554,429 $24,258,134 Ector $68,567,026 $36,139,708 Edwards $330,186 2 $72,358 $98,305 $162,682 $177,343,710 $114,366,053 $56,084,130 2,167 $352,741,966 El Paso $13,912,646 $43,890,928 $21,628,140 277 $8,580,484 Ellis Erath $10,760,852 $5,965,475 $4,045,932 $2,380,327 81 18 Falls $2,526,557 $1,376,603 $927,945 $476,919 $1,295,779 Fannin 47 $2,443,499 $6,883,051 $3,662,379 $9,401,104 $4,893,055 $3,219,642 $1,674,042 62 Fayette $465,962 Fisher $844,787 $311,076 $179,996 6 Floyd $1,559,004 $733,434 $467,516 $228,652 9 $80,971 $39,056 2 Foard $202,676 $116,072 Fort Bend $79,075,517 $123,339,277 1,503 $257,213,579 $44,287,150 20 $582,521 $1,007,164 $1,506,479 $2,910,084 Franklin perrymangroup.com 51 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

53 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2011 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Freestone $5,905,546 $3,014,141 $1,960,636 $1,342,386 40 Frio $4,112,064 $2,064,782 $1,354,255 $762,115 26 Gaines $1,813,526 $1,120,827 $753,706 22 $3,941,342 Galveston $137,271,906 $69,329,429 $45,686,863 $24,515,639 880 Garza $1,637,968 $782,228 $495,691 $368,513 10 $3,523,483 Gillespie $10,364,788 $5,314,742 $1,961,795 69 Glasscock $239,318 $62,945 $27,633 1 $104,570 $1,062,143 $396,327 $276,300 8 Goliad $581,945 $4,581,063 $2,429,504 $1,638,430 Gonzales 32 $909,876 Gray $11,273,092 $5,736,447 $3,846,849 $2,304,928 76 Grayson $43,844,938 $23,897,708 $15,984,194 $8,925,400 316 Gregg $50,030,522 $33,628,707 $17,887,022 651 $92,256,464 Grimes $5,652,523 $2,955,110 $1,974,654 $1,211,054 39 Guadalupe $30,559,859 $15,493,984 $10,036,907 $6,701,329 206 $2,344,653 74 $5,425,329 Hale $9,762,192 $3,627,197 Hall $332,735 $518,151 6 $194,071 $1,004,678 15 Hamilton $2,087,254 $1,103,508 $741,208 $448,460 6 $495,168 Hansford $1,188,502 $183,421 $293,968 Hardeman $596,953 $216,764 $159,491 5 $329,504 Hardin $7,265,394 $4,753,158 $2,995,056 95 $14,091,357 Harris $4,792,464,587 $2,259,142,681 $1,468,337,040 $588,294,421 26,051 Harrison $29,499,508 $14,616,726 $9,781,804 $4,800,593 183 $410,345 Hartley $859,464 $264,681 $153,311 5 Haskell $1,574,812 $576,269 $301,795 11 $842,971 Hays $24,394,116 $16,040,873 $8,991,681 315 $46,238,302 Hemphill $1,515,041 $707,352 $449,880 $261,549 9 Henderson $20,297,286 $10,333,186 $6,779,692 $3,717,511 133 1,192 $32,109,779 $60,618,254 Hidalgo $167,931,575 $90,848,283 Hill $8,875,603 59 $1,725,308 $2,912,330 $4,449,157 $3,473,225 $2,327,733 $1,437,667 47 $6,643,436 Hockley $5,372,389 $15,953,008 $8,106,855 105 $3,054,119 Hood Hopkins $10,055,120 $5,304,495 $3,489,952 $2,310,629 71 40 Houston $6,378,243 $3,283,742 $2,201,736 $980,304 $2,385,932 Howard 82 $4,177,960 $12,144,263 $6,271,358 $529,194 $268,406 $159,677 $176,332 4 Hudspeth $14,874,162 Hunt $28,076,618 $9,854,501 $6,104,221 198 Hutchinson $8,627,894 $4,151,641 $2,658,260 $2,251,139 56 $192,850 $143,722 4 Irion $794,544 $327,893 Jack $974,504 $1,514,849 20 $3,101,424 $698,735 21 $743,189 $1,052,974 $1,642,046 $3,202,638 Jackson perrymangroup.com 52 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

54 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2011 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Jasper $10,013,154 $5,413,235 $3,648,373 $2,142,832 73 Jeff Davis $640,536 $334,333 $222,393 $127,909 4 Jefferson $85,582,780 $57,985,033 $31,329,341 1,115 $161,382,504 Jim Hogg $991,177 $512,022 $320,880 $267,720 7 Jim Wells $16,147,344 $9,054,179 $6,069,720 $3,547,550 120 $16,746,056 Johnson $47,676,290 $25,020,099 $9,187,883 329 Jones $3,925,950 $1,371,545 $711,685 27 $2,054,893 $3,167,839 $1,015,770 $589,632 20 Karnes $1,550,055 $28,932,454 $14,974,123 $9,955,825 Kaufman 198 $5,634,581 Kendall $14,645,005 $7,247,262 $4,710,816 $2,839,442 93 Kenedy $134,643 $65,345 $41,537 $44,629 1 Kent $77,795 $47,767 $31,879 1 $168,261 Kerr $19,761,311 $10,386,427 $6,822,747 $3,942,298 136 Kimble $1,483,698 $691,290 $429,489 $295,283 9 $8,860 0 $30,829 King $65,006 $19,191 Kinney $192,328 $308,451 4 $125,982 $638,336 64 Kleberg $9,322,542 $4,868,775 $3,244,116 $1,842,955 5 $387,546 Knox $717,518 $125,787 $260,602 La Salle $1,303,839 $483,990 $308,163 10 $716,854 Lamar $9,923,421 $6,655,424 $3,784,980 131 $19,089,614 Lamb $2,524,365 $1,228,096 $796,986 $478,351 15 Lampasas $5,528,776 $2,909,506 $1,934,816 $1,130,166 39 $3,141,350 Lavaca $5,696,492 $2,112,568 $1,164,921 42 Lee $5,198,851 $1,714,055 $995,682 33 $2,631,219 Leon $2,388,825 $1,503,998 $1,190,790 31 $4,521,904 Liberty $22,450,493 $11,887,493 $8,013,374 $4,327,093 154 Limestone $5,838,600 $3,156,333 $2,154,243 $1,294,339 43 4 $129,557 $234,559 Lipscomb $860,644 $383,729 Live Oak $2,884,228 19 $654,294 $946,876 $1,445,442 $2,456,766 $1,613,845 $914,397 32 $4,777,087 Llano $1,238 $5,540 $1,922 0 $756 Loving Lubbock $128,796,263 $68,387,242 $45,041,313 $22,893,546 862 5 Lynn $975,045 $473,935 $297,913 $124,059 $737,342 Madison 24 $1,176,938 $3,348,696 $1,773,568 $2,125,151 $1,113,517 $746,579 $442,186 15 Marion $843,848 Martin $1,667,765 $563,570 $286,006 10 Mason $1,176,936 $596,533 $390,084 $223,702 8 $4,479,597 $3,213,869 91 Matagorda $14,203,898 $6,870,031 Maverick $2,954,318 $4,450,434 60 $8,392,756 $1,740,783 18 $515,039 $898,024 $1,331,928 $2,474,345 McCulloch perrymangroup.com 53 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

55 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2011 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) McLennan $129,809,496 $65,530,785 $42,564,943 $21,852,818 824 McMullen $125,545 $55,743 $33,744 $18,642 1 Medina $4,207,789 $2,727,583 $1,609,753 55 $8,475,950 Menard $386,247 $201,231 $126,677 $97,193 3 Midland $98,395,611 $50,773,976 $32,959,524 $18,623,028 627 $1,893,550 Milam $5,494,138 $2,832,628 $1,175,242 38 Mills $869,849 $356,838 $208,182 7 $520,537 $1,896,893 $691,754 $400,799 14 Mitchell $1,032,409 $6,804,278 $3,448,987 $2,271,517 Montague 45 $1,304,066 Montgomery $215,175,552 $106,750,823 $70,591,427 $34,983,804 1,329 Moore $8,372,770 $3,700,129 $2,325,000 $1,492,986 45 Morris $1,723,035 $1,152,737 $529,368 21 $3,663,918 Motley $336,755 $165,258 $104,643 $64,505 2 Nacogdoches $17,115,477 $9,333,246 $6,334,094 $3,691,137 128 $2,673,243 101 $7,801,285 Navarro $15,172,891 $5,205,549 Newton $420,572 $608,941 8 $288,356 $994,961 35 Nolan $5,176,443 $2,746,577 $1,789,610 $1,059,324 1,221 $97,634,892 Nueces $199,504,193 $33,397,687 $64,241,273 Ochiltree $3,989,667 $1,185,595 $767,401 23 $1,869,544 Oldham $104,365 $68,029 $63,524 2 $191,155 Orange $26,048,566 $13,760,488 $9,267,305 $5,644,134 184 Palo Pinto $10,155,151 $4,915,495 $3,145,323 $1,953,651 63 $4,610,987 Panola $8,961,608 $3,093,946 $1,738,040 60 Parker $33,870,293 $10,364,217 $6,392,956 206 $16,310,022 Parmer $779,798 $504,192 $170,828 9 $1,803,078 Pecos $4,733,669 $2,413,603 $1,570,569 $1,073,425 32 Polk $10,651,010 $5,716,677 $3,770,909 $2,350,804 75 586 $15,756,068 $30,669,789 Potter $87,630,775 $46,405,967 Presidio $1,705,527 10 $355,643 $512,800 $816,628 $787,159 $479,080 $387,958 10 $1,699,866 Rains $11,307,872 $32,999,147 $17,373,591 221 $6,393,349 Randall Reagan $1,049,275 $536,626 $328,470 $283,736 7 5 Real $756,020 $373,899 $243,855 $141,525 $419,130 Red River 15 $787,955 $2,288,561 $1,187,936 $2,384,525 $1,216,054 $786,626 $595,468 17 Reeves $679,119 Refugio $1,351,697 $420,419 $400,861 9 Roberts $42,452 $19,289 $11,590 $12,177 0 $1,641,999 $1,077,019 33 Robertson $4,730,279 $2,469,739 Rockwall $9,394,946 $14,111,095 182 $26,941,280 $5,059,979 16 $473,327 $797,804 $1,247,366 $2,640,098 Runnels perrymangroup.com 54 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

56 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2011 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Rusk $17,292,448 $8,624,113 $5,755,753 $3,130,517 111 Sabine $2,134,319 $1,136,867 $783,998 $463,386 16 San Augustine $878,165 $585,044 $307,451 11 $1,729,132 San Jacinto $3,593,431 $1,819,304 $1,192,659 $743,334 24 San Patricio $18,196,690 $9,176,668 $6,163,569 $3,835,847 124 $397,957 San Saba $1,115,787 $606,437 $253,325 8 Schleicher $640,805 $237,343 $84,762 4 $341,578 $5,270,422 $1,813,786 $1,393,549 38 Scurry $2,870,750 $925,624 $474,142 $309,083 Shackelford 6 $201,273 Shelby $6,268,859 $3,440,167 $2,358,427 $1,354,566 47 Sherman $470,921 $199,451 $121,443 $72,695 2 Smith $61,199,329 $39,775,209 $21,146,251 770 $119,849,396 Somervell $4,791,627 $2,341,536 $1,607,172 $615,238 30 Starr $5,697,408 $3,266,678 $2,259,599 $1,418,550 46 $753,199 21 $1,522,748 Stephens $2,722,634 $1,001,543 Sterling $130,573 $197,517 3 $109,395 $341,668 2 Stonewall $274,003 $156,209 $105,169 $73,099 21 $1,600,974 Sutton $2,992,167 $774,453 $1,028,541 Swisher $1,177,324 $340,428 $204,387 7 $545,848 Tarrant $643,998,396 $421,503,781 $207,861,033 7,970 $1,261,981,511 Taylor $64,678,392 $33,148,601 $21,661,132 $11,082,601 414 Terrell $143,660 $81,117 $53,573 $35,293 1 $1,525,059 Terry $3,009,911 $938,235 $779,236 20 Throckmorton $559,260 $182,227 $116,602 4 $285,127 Titus $6,943,798 $4,677,738 $2,998,307 94 $13,284,231 Tom Green $49,018,320 $24,773,362 $16,016,964 $8,660,443 314 Travis $723,658,149 $387,923,356 $254,259,385 $127,374,874 4,795 15 $443,944 $754,738 Trinity $2,046,297 $1,127,858 Tyler $3,485,415 24 $722,049 $1,239,205 $1,857,175 $4,007,312 $2,607,937 $1,612,229 51 $7,862,789 Upshur $341,003 $1,038,470 $526,905 7 $195,572 Upton Uvalde $7,063,877 $3,750,644 $2,500,346 $1,374,036 50 89 Val Verde $11,656,919 $6,670,876 $4,491,291 $2,462,633 $2,417,946 Van Zandt 84 $4,174,804 $10,860,415 $6,174,979 $45,242,575 $23,506,070 $15,698,669 $8,519,441 301 Victoria $6,767,581 Walker $12,359,611 $4,525,243 $2,575,601 90 Waller $14,646,338 $6,655,714 $4,106,332 $2,932,703 85 $1,353,152 $976,981 28 Ward $4,004,423 $2,094,832 Washington $5,326,465 $7,972,945 103 $14,744,497 $2,867,999 431 $12,833,173 $21,672,809 $32,530,572 $60,442,829 Webb perrymangroup.com 55 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

57 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2011 County Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent (2011 Dollars) County (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Wharton $7,298,089 $4,927,151 $2,846,712 98 $13,424,142 13 $1,632,808 $913,651 $609,293 $415,784 Wheeler $56,003,365 409 $11,717,016 $20,803,751 Wichita $31,094,674 Wilbarger $5,495,829 38 $1,084,259 $1,918,233 $2,873,278 22 Willacy $2,980,952 $1,667,246 $696,642 $1,099,515 $36,820,342 $103,690,447 Williamson $55,689,911 722 $21,540,926 Wilson 49 $1,390,953 $2,440,073 $7,155,463 $3,664,498 16 $559,927 $784,251 Winkler $1,207,069 $2,326,263 133 $19,720,166 $10,196,216 $6,626,532 $4,335,890 Wise Wood $1,986,667 71 $3,627,608 $5,499,472 $10,773,999 $3,177,992 $1,557,031 $986,307 Yoakum $766,099 20 59 $8,581,904 $4,524,563 $2,952,377 $1,924,193 Young $862,713 $1,288,290 $2,388,573 Zapata 18 $586,695 Zavala $1,379,426 $822,069 $576,608 $343,051 12 TOTAL STATE IMPACT 97,205 $16,082,527,790 $8,020,657,599 $5,225,538,514 $2,492,503,498 SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com © 20 56 by The Perryman Group 12

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59 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2020 Results by Detailed Industrial Category Total Employment Personal Gross Expenditures Product Income (Permanent (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Category $423,544,425 $111,695,304 Agricultural Products & Services 1,035 $76,070,715 Forestry & Fishery Products $12,096,171 $9,147,198 $3,392,522 35 Coal Mining $45,971,328 $13,366,026 $14,084,601 77 Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas $572,640,955 $125,530,653 $57,894,604 238 $3,552,895 Miscellaneous Mining $14,220,063 $6,043,941 29 269 $22,119,336 $26,841,833 New Construction $60,995,228 Maintenance & Repair Construction $271,284,399 $223,555,128 2,709 $521,795,674 Food Products & Tobacco $853,164,124 $216,443,438 $110,569,713 1,585 Textile Mill Products $12,361,281 $2,774,249 $2,347,299 40 Apparel $172,107,698 $95,317,280 $48,298,715 1,120 Paper & Allied Products $138,958,276 $61,514,214 $27,810,131 353 Printing & Publishing $209,140,893 $103,283,897 $67,415,738 975 Chemicals & Petroleum Refining $1,045,080,897 566 $90,164,022 $192,018,792 Rubber & Leather Products $32,278,017 $55,214,410 $127,759,274 541 $19,237,001 $55,262,023 Lumber Products & Furniture 236 $13,714,983 Stone, Clay, & Glass Products $74,576,640 $39,762,947 $20,796,192 285 $14,919,328 Primary Metal $75,036,086 $20,043,330 181 $55,645,014 $151,739,935 Fabricated Metal Products $35,924,517 521 Machinery, Except Electrical $62,597,216 $44,719,698 402 $157,412,477 Electric & Electronic Equipment $123,656,265 $68,813,665 $41,139,163 288 Motor Vehicles & Equipment $81,979,220 $18,151,166 $11,792,218 138 Transp. Equip., Exc. Motor Vehicles $44,840,979 $20,954,088 $13,692,735 136 Instruments & Related Products $36,843,433 $14,918,323 $11,339,249 122 Miscellaneous Manufacturing $19,894,872 $13,721,629 181 $51,308,202 Transportation $1,404,749,558 $637,567,867 $421,664,632 5,019 Communication $596,556,881 $367,619,345 $156,948,535 1,183 Electric, Gas, Water, Sanitary Services 440 $122,789,665 $281,386,674 $1,246,947,466 2,868 Wholesale Trade $516,893,530 $298,045,439 $763,917,113 $2,545,493,657 Retail Trade 28,516 $1,261,397,429 $2,109,473,071 Finance $370,276,168 $207,456,204 $120,802,315 915 $1,015,512,958 Insurance $624,675,306 $373,455,414 3,864 700 $92,449,287 Real Estate $3,192,480,821 $573,786,022 $311,202,681 Hotels, Lodging Places, Amusements $105,677,229 2,208 $161,084,796 $536,751,176 $331,023,010 $257,541,208 3,729 Personal Services $1,340,875,617 Business Services $845,563,174 $689,762,947 7,228 $367,028,839 Eating & Drinking Places $1,177,817,355 $689,834,552 14,304 Health Services $2,272,078,908 $2,687,231,370 $3,642,474,589 32,357 $731,941,432 $268,999,863 $310,294,887 5,531 Miscellaneous Services $31,267,828 1,814 Households $30,606,236 $31,267,828 122,735 $7,840,561,094 $12,005,650,892 $23,970,756,845 Total SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 58 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

60 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2020 Comptroller's Economic Region Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent Economic Region (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) High Plains $509,308,894 $266,013,656 $174,723,609 $95,370,807 2,845 $163,735,418 1,788 $61,263,299 Northwest Texas $307,369,533 $108,359,978 $4,015,369,395 $7,974,260,833 40,572 $1,228,625,755 $2,598,814,840 Metroplex 3,825 Upper East Texas $667,783,165 $351,153,269 $233,812,646 $126,987,344 $163,127,170 $452,919,396 Southeast Texas $241,621,224 2,675 $90,999,247 39,374 $8,370,466,013 $3,992,017,859 $2,603,407,689 $1,099,083,848 Gulf Coast 7,887 $1,399,988,126 $749,566,026 $492,923,754 $253,632,523 Capital $109,076,306 3,314 $303,991,423 $201,138,393 Central Texas $578,855,776 Alamo $1,817,954,218 9,976 $313,834,927 $621,532,955 $944,941,376 $950,572,295 $330,032,939 5,434 $179,456,924 $496,606,815 South Texas 2,247 $209,743,714 $405,006,045 $137,531,195 $78,906,720 West Texas $270,890,718 $536,272,552 Upper Rio Grande $86,073,311 2,796 $175,155,925 122,735 $3,723,311,011 $7,840,561,094 $12,005,650,892 $23,970,756,845 TOTAL STATE IMPACT SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 59 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

61 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2020 Council of Governments (COG) Region Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent COG (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Panhandle $136,989,668 $89,709,775 $49,982,147 1,463 $266,103,016 South Plains $243,205,879 $129,023,988 $85,013,834 $45,388,660 1,383 $131,142,400 North Texas $71,313,838 $47,541,435 $27,446,176 789 North Central Texas $7,869,660,807 $2,561,611,487 $1,207,440,779 39,954 $3,959,556,219 North East Texas $74,991,971 $50,353,080 $28,974,948 835 $141,118,987 East Texas $526,664,178 $276,161,297 $183,459,567 $98,012,395 2,990 West Central Texas $176,227,133 $92,421,579 $60,818,543 $33,817,123 1,000 $175,155,925 $536,272,552 2,796 $86,073,311 Upper Rio Grande $270,890,718 $162,292,742 $311,859,271 Permian Basin 1,736 $61,437,678 $106,766,285 511 Concho Valley $93,146,774 $47,450,971 $30,764,910 $17,469,041 1,275 $40,893,321 $77,956,837 $119,247,352 Heart of Texas $234,229,806 Capital $749,566,026 $492,923,754 $253,632,523 7,887 $1,399,988,126 Brazos Valley $152,706,100 $80,221,578 $53,047,152 $29,633,129 878 $55,006,953 Deep East Texas $81,861,480 $152,368,014 $31,295,302 914 South East Texas $159,759,744 $108,120,217 $59,703,945 1,761 $300,551,382 39,374 $8,370,466,013 $3,992,017,859 $2,603,407,689 $1,099,083,848 Gulf Coast $37,614,668 $56,395,938 $109,091,330 614 $21,033,701 Golden Crescent Alamo 9,362 $583,918,287 $888,545,438 $1,708,862,888 $292,801,226 634 $103,473,839 $56,227,264 $37,656,582 $22,545,757 South Texas 2,111 Coastal Bend $393,654,975 $196,857,593 $130,246,278 $70,374,465 $403,694,057 $143,793,489 2,381 $76,082,238 $216,199,588 Lower Rio Grande Valley $21,184,976 $104,600,026 $55,813,176 $37,203,353 618 Texoma 1,161 $191,919,869 $104,522,493 $70,134,405 $38,549,856 Central Texas $18,336,591 $10,454,464 $27,322,370 308 $49,749,425 Middle Rio Grande $570,760,576 $1,093,402,447 $195,208,328 Border Region 6,122 $375,022,364 TOTAL STATE IMPACT 122,735 $3,723,311,011 $7,840,561,094 $12,005,650,892 $23,970,756,845 SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 60 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

62 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2020 Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and Rural Texas Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent MSA (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Abilene $54,762,693 $35,907,662 $18,417,172 578 $106,459,758 Amarillo $184,341,292 $97,322,170 $64,109,127 $33,562,383 1,036 $242,452,912 Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos $1,339,637,459 $718,804,867 $472,827,159 7,557 Beaumont-Port Arthur $300,551,382 $108,120,217 $59,703,945 1,761 $159,759,744 Brownville-Harlingen $77,827,783 $51,299,290 $27,121,595 850 $149,046,671 College Station-Bryan $110,602,288 $57,659,381 $38,093,096 $20,665,802 628 Corpus Christi $164,840,806 $108,800,978 $57,616,611 1,750 $334,653,891 28,579 $5,754,225,752 $2,875,630,016 $1,850,093,077 $851,480,125 Dallas-Plano-Irving MD* $340,219,874 $682,971,473 $2,032,146,227 10,903 Fort Worth-Arlington MD* $1,041,088,040 $265,357,481 $525,955,993 El Paso 2,735 $83,749,174 $171,529,896 38,988 Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land $8,305,449,241 $3,957,758,323 $2,580,512,936 $1,085,094,969 1,076 $65,066,261 $96,966,577 Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood $177,704,334 $35,439,701 Laredo $48,659,080 $32,502,913 $19,157,594 545 $89,983,374 Longview $174,973,526 $93,810,733 $62,997,652 $33,805,746 1,027 Lubbock $194,433,277 $103,656,317 $68,453,352 $34,531,104 1,102 McAllen-Edinburg-Pharr $250,213,697 $135,881,024 $90,847,651 $47,922,462 1,504 Midland $75,880,589 $49,365,455 $27,825,063 791 $146,338,233 594 $102,201,358 $54,144,269 $36,423,207 $20,248,947 Odessa $13,142,182 401 $37,547,604 $24,310,489 San Angelo $74,227,638 San Antonio-New Braunfels $1,653,096,233 9,045 $281,977,200 $564,838,016 $859,640,753 399 $65,444,002 $35,791,165 $23,986,723 $13,324,644 Sherman-Denison 316 Texarkana $52,240,282 $28,608,470 $19,261,429 $10,450,200 $91,633,640 $59,710,133 972 $31,582,374 Tyler $178,721,325 444 $80,472,740 $41,066,471 $27,368,252 $15,177,228 Victoria 1,040 $193,630,380 $98,086,368 $63,866,728 $32,643,335 Waco $33,952,000 $50,701,847 $19,121,929 561 Wichita Falls $91,630,703 Rural Area $266,876,743 $453,345,921 $682,764,681 $1,302,375,790 7,553 122,735 $3,723,311,011 $7,840,561,094 $12,005,650,892 $23,970,756,845 TOTAL STATE IMPACT *Metropolitan Division SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 61 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

63 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2020 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Anderson $23,561,165 $13,211,053 $8,918,108 $4,804,224 146 Andrews $7,921,165 $4,006,918 $2,557,876 $1,629,265 42 Angelina $30,137,120 $20,128,829 $11,185,463 333 $56,533,918 Aransas $10,248,481 $4,911,327 $3,134,282 $2,011,892 53 Archer $3,660,312 $1,848,617 $1,185,719 $811,518 20 $89,362 Armstrong $628,614 $329,085 $225,199 3 Atascosa $17,655,122 $5,990,672 $3,227,881 97 $9,000,292 $22,597,272 $6,903,285 $3,716,005 107 Austin $10,819,048 $3,023,291 $1,564,951 $978,704 Bailey 16 $678,557 Bandera $6,333,785 $3,176,915 $2,053,091 $1,290,870 35 Bastrop $22,642,661 $11,349,382 $7,360,269 $4,418,988 123 Baylor $867,267 $581,356 $325,019 9 $1,594,849 Bee $9,071,818 $4,964,754 $3,358,317 $1,975,380 57 Bell $147,465,429 $80,995,496 $54,455,081 $29,284,703 897 $1,466,913,478 8,004 $245,470,435 $502,908,439 Bexar $764,980,202 $2,732,275 $5,510,698 Blanco 29 $1,016,124 $1,765,520 1 Borden $319,138 $148,919 $89,814 $58,072 $1,032,289 $3,234,770 $6,159,721 Bosque 35 $2,173,983 Bowie $52,240,282 $19,261,429 $10,450,200 316 $28,608,470 Brazoria $78,990,997 $52,172,809 $32,203,096 872 $157,092,943 Brazos $97,987,710 $51,001,292 $33,672,737 $17,743,263 553 Brewster $5,255,106 $2,956,596 $1,983,641 $1,092,359 33 $127,016 Briscoe $433,982 $205,030 $98,291 2 Brooks $1,971,826 $778,800 $485,052 13 $1,128,701 Brown $10,057,525 $6,779,734 $4,015,283 116 $17,733,386 Burleson $5,586,378 $2,972,390 $1,965,044 $1,315,419 33 Burnet $26,034,667 $13,129,909 $8,536,846 $4,818,371 140 63 $3,814,074 $5,647,995 $2,093,076 Caldwell $10,930,428 $11,515,440 Calhoun 54 $2,043,691 $3,225,340 $5,012,226 $2,074,498 $1,356,685 $810,592 22 $4,190,002 Callahan Cameron $149,046,671 $77,827,783 $51,299,290 $27,121,595 850 32 Camp $5,504,321 $2,911,690 $1,974,919 $988,323 $393,998 $1,530,728 $3,892,550 14 $912,548 Carson Cass $5,852,272 $3,932,271 $2,471,040 66 $11,024,519 12 $2,383,951 $1,135,376 $713,512 $519,641 Castro Chambers $19,987,206 $8,334,876 $5,205,196 $3,053,050 85 Cherokee $18,644,681 $10,140,188 $6,906,366 $3,727,794 114 14 $1,219,711 $496,499 $817,293 Childress $2,315,515 Clay $2,277,918 25 $815,967 $4,432,060 $1,534,434 4 $141,029 $248,550 $385,732 $781,082 Cochran perrymangroup.com 62 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

64 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2020 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Coke $907,229 $450,186 $289,660 $198,033 5 Coleman $2,935,874 $1,562,223 $1,042,042 $592,113 17 Collin $422,748,203 $277,794,890 $149,059,982 4,454 $807,567,469 Collingsworth $1,013,026 $553,509 $366,060 $240,949 6 Colorado $10,795,446 $5,652,753 $3,791,629 $2,203,637 65 $24,128,087 Comal $71,834,960 $36,837,439 $13,299,087 403 Comanche $5,566,760 $1,996,562 $1,053,620 32 $2,977,210 $1,025,293 $390,302 $192,095 6 Concho $560,800 $28,911,193 $14,551,039 $9,559,056 Cooke 159 $5,929,490 Coryell $22,019,124 $11,628,640 $7,715,806 $4,471,866 130 Cottle $1,052,707 $606,752 $407,584 $222,815 6 Crane $962,705 $666,413 $319,055 11 $1,730,876 Crockett $1,319,673 $687,018 $436,412 $377,648 8 Crosby $2,244,984 $1,256,230 $859,935 $346,842 14 $247,220 6 $460,593 Culberson $790,157 $305,556 Dallam $1,357,384 $2,159,890 22 $777,554 $4,201,248 20,902 Dallas $4,348,745,363 $2,148,447,116 $1,373,197,250 $596,572,943 25 $2,397,338 Dawson $4,859,044 $1,068,957 $1,478,247 Deaf Smith $6,433,962 $1,976,238 $1,043,682 32 $3,105,931 Delta $747,701 $516,510 $189,071 8 $1,417,963 Denton $406,247,034 $205,682,219 $134,017,421 $67,802,733 2,137 DeWitt $8,548,899 $4,547,224 $3,051,101 $1,651,627 50 $421,074 Dickens $805,408 $274,207 $182,543 5 Dimmit $2,816,867 $1,041,729 $657,793 18 $1,523,178 Donley $644,147 $442,372 $280,875 8 $1,118,204 Duval $3,348,307 $1,735,441 $1,179,546 $581,486 19 Eastland $9,698,749 $4,986,142 $3,296,376 $2,111,115 57 594 $20,248,947 $36,423,207 Ector $102,201,358 $54,144,269 Edwards $488,361 2 $107,841 $146,136 $241,448 $265,357,481 $171,529,896 $83,749,174 2,735 $525,955,993 El Paso $20,804,872 $65,243,315 $32,284,726 349 $12,799,013 Ellis Erath $16,065,743 $8,937,305 $6,073,902 $3,553,023 103 22 Falls $3,757,119 $2,055,171 $1,387,980 $710,028 $1,930,842 Fannin 60 $3,657,575 $10,244,830 $5,470,973 $13,985,852 $7,310,360 $4,820,264 $2,497,369 78 Fayette $696,437 Fisher $1,257,504 $466,119 $268,362 8 Floyd $2,311,311 $1,091,695 $697,441 $341,325 11 $121,203 $58,190 2 Foard $301,258 $173,392 Fort Bend $118,375,421 $184,230,630 1,893 $382,607,135 $66,052,411 25 $869,057 $1,510,095 $2,251,906 $4,328,766 Franklin perrymangroup.com 63 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

65 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2020 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Freestone $8,771,201 $4,498,349 $2,932,902 $2,004,072 50 Frio $6,113,815 $3,085,412 $2,029,245 $1,137,229 33 Gaines $2,695,827 $1,668,245 $1,125,426 27 $5,837,251 Galveston $204,355,291 $103,687,929 $68,488,528 $36,585,118 1,110 Garza $2,430,414 $1,165,680 $740,491 $550,102 13 $5,284,504 Gillespie $15,449,993 $7,950,262 $2,926,324 88 Glasscock $352,464 $93,202 $41,237 1 $154,784 $1,576,546 $592,336 $411,608 10 Goliad $868,108 $6,835,758 $3,638,458 $2,458,888 Gonzales 40 $1,357,979 Gray $16,808,023 $8,598,892 $5,780,082 $3,442,516 96 Grayson $65,444,002 $35,791,165 $23,986,723 $13,324,644 399 Gregg $74,949,084 $50,482,708 $26,730,733 822 $137,581,273 Grimes $8,412,469 $4,414,426 $2,955,725 $1,807,112 49 Guadalupe $45,387,830 $23,093,429 $14,986,791 $9,989,126 258 $3,501,494 94 $8,134,950 Hale $14,592,214 $5,449,175 Hall $497,720 $773,729 8 $289,702 $1,494,654 19 Hamilton $3,108,838 $1,650,061 $1,110,691 $668,648 7 $734,698 Hansford $1,755,926 $273,951 $436,591 Hardeman $885,427 $323,546 $237,559 6 $490,875 Hardin $10,834,678 $7,103,564 $4,464,536 119 $20,913,795 Harris $7,137,989,875 $3,381,646,787 $2,203,587,441 $879,369,718 32,913 Harrison $43,887,975 $21,861,145 $14,659,116 $7,166,576 231 $611,070 Hartley $1,274,895 $394,882 $228,965 7 Haskell $2,344,044 $863,871 $450,263 14 $1,260,655 Hays $36,527,841 $24,082,022 $13,415,927 398 $69,007,834 Hemphill $2,245,554 $1,053,714 $671,749 $390,637 11 Henderson $30,217,365 $15,441,966 $10,158,046 $5,541,493 167 1,504 $47,922,462 $90,847,651 Hidalgo $250,213,697 $135,881,024 Hill $13,211,108 74 $2,572,626 $4,362,587 $6,646,815 $5,185,585 $3,482,584 $2,146,185 59 $9,865,598 Hockley $8,054,127 $23,761,971 $12,120,777 133 $4,552,213 Hood Hopkins $14,945,043 $7,915,802 $5,215,061 $3,448,882 89 51 Houston $9,496,060 $4,912,952 $3,301,457 $1,461,981 $3,561,899 Howard 103 $6,264,461 $18,069,550 $9,381,553 $783,815 $398,898 $237,356 $263,174 5 Hudspeth $22,248,729 Hunt $41,818,537 $14,770,898 $9,113,136 250 Hutchinson $12,793,445 $6,187,664 $3,966,289 $3,362,870 70 $286,232 $214,477 5 Irion $1,173,925 $486,081 Jack $1,454,701 $2,256,768 25 $4,599,040 $1,043,343 27 $1,109,237 $1,570,879 $2,446,088 $4,748,628 Jackson perrymangroup.com 64 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

66 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2020 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Jasper $14,910,108 $8,094,526 $5,468,459 $3,197,443 92 Jeff Davis $952,987 $499,578 $333,261 $190,723 6 Jefferson $128,351,186 $87,134,752 $46,817,308 1,410 $240,891,338 Jim Hogg $1,466,710 $761,264 $477,698 $399,084 9 Jim Wells $24,068,364 $13,559,761 $9,111,791 $5,298,031 152 $25,092,210 Johnson $70,993,344 $37,414,693 $13,707,371 415 Jones $5,836,077 $2,053,116 $1,060,777 33 $3,068,792 $4,713,700 $1,522,970 $879,219 25 Karnes $2,317,978 $43,117,009 $22,396,671 $14,925,747 Kaufman 250 $8,402,804 Kendall $21,780,098 $10,824,227 $7,052,307 $4,233,884 117 Kenedy $198,967 $96,973 $61,686 $66,763 1 Kent $115,491 $71,053 $47,522 1 $248,863 Kerr $29,489,147 $15,551,033 $10,243,552 $5,881,255 171 Kimble $2,202,683 $1,030,244 $641,467 $440,670 11 $13,228 0 $45,820 King $96,158 $28,551 Kinney $286,906 $458,953 5 $187,752 $945,726 81 Kleberg $13,875,697 $7,282,302 $4,863,543 $2,749,406 6 $579,163 Knox $1,066,673 $187,551 $390,311 La Salle $1,940,313 $726,049 $460,005 13 $1,072,494 Lamar $14,851,220 $9,981,851 $5,651,798 166 $28,455,598 Lamb $3,746,737 $1,831,256 $1,190,631 $713,973 19 Lampasas $8,219,780 $4,342,441 $2,895,374 $1,683,131 49 $4,697,697 Lavaca $8,485,305 $3,165,549 $1,737,630 53 Lee $7,717,506 $2,559,516 $1,485,483 42 $3,922,762 Leon $3,553,615 $2,239,269 $1,778,715 39 $6,696,759 Liberty $33,385,028 $17,764,239 $12,003,507 $6,453,039 195 Limestone $8,700,277 $4,725,878 $3,232,657 $1,930,971 54 6 $193,411 $348,131 Lipscomb $1,270,521 $568,810 Live Oak $4,279,225 24 $976,459 $1,415,410 $2,156,490 $3,665,853 $2,414,448 $1,362,265 40 $7,101,943 Llano $1,829 $8,115 $2,833 0 $1,126 Loving Lubbock $192,188,292 $102,400,087 $67,593,417 $34,184,262 1,089 7 Lynn $1,444,859 $705,064 $443,748 $185,133 $1,100,581 Madison 30 $1,766,166 $4,988,488 $2,653,916 $3,157,439 $1,662,117 $1,116,996 $659,071 19 Marion $1,262,483 Martin $2,480,027 $844,931 $426,878 13 Mason $1,748,027 $890,141 $583,686 $333,704 10 $6,708,471 $4,801,562 115 Matagorda $21,136,771 $10,271,256 Maverick $4,425,760 $6,649,934 75 $12,484,870 $2,595,717 22 $768,643 $1,347,140 $1,993,563 $3,687,164 McCulloch perrymangroup.com 65 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

67 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2020 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) McLennan $193,630,380 $98,086,368 $63,866,728 $32,643,335 1,040 McMullen $184,708 $82,399 $49,868 $27,804 1 Medina $6,268,575 $4,073,740 $2,396,646 69 $12,576,638 Menard $571,335 $298,876 $188,401 $144,830 3 Midland $146,338,233 $75,880,589 $49,365,455 $27,825,063 791 $2,828,229 Milam $8,153,371 $4,223,164 $1,753,588 47 Mills $1,294,712 $534,222 $310,259 9 $777,909 $2,821,962 $1,036,423 $597,945 17 Mitchell $1,543,286 $10,108,276 $5,148,211 $3,400,027 Montague 57 $1,944,983 Montgomery $320,370,157 $159,663,002 $105,869,609 $52,179,059 1,677 Moore $12,414,328 $5,513,497 $3,468,379 $2,231,091 57 Morris $2,571,825 $1,724,063 $790,411 27 $5,436,829 Motley $499,961 $246,292 $156,361 $96,228 3 Nacogdoches $25,540,946 $13,975,702 $9,504,995 $5,508,276 162 $3,988,722 127 $11,667,208 Navarro $22,601,573 $7,801,999 Newton $627,282 $906,548 11 $428,697 $1,474,209 44 Nolan $7,701,664 $4,104,581 $2,679,915 $1,581,368 1,542 $146,202,585 Nueces $297,326,979 $49,883,737 $96,425,971 Ochiltree $5,911,350 $1,766,120 $1,146,585 29 $2,781,874 Oldham $155,584 $101,477 $94,801 2 $284,195 Orange $38,746,249 $20,573,880 $13,881,901 $8,422,100 232 Palo Pinto $15,110,086 $7,342,232 $4,710,973 $2,915,683 79 $6,886,196 Panola $13,316,540 $4,629,591 $2,594,507 76 Parker $50,262,372 $15,469,747 $9,530,241 259 $24,292,537 Parmer $1,161,238 $751,758 $255,299 11 $2,673,343 Pecos $7,047,313 $3,607,571 $2,352,616 $1,603,099 41 Polk $15,812,911 $8,528,208 $5,637,805 $3,502,166 94 740 $23,552,075 $46,042,097 Potter $130,684,760 $69,507,654 Presidio $2,534,494 13 $530,661 $766,214 $1,217,572 $1,168,644 $712,395 $577,897 12 $2,517,628 Rains $16,929,284 $49,135,368 $25,954,704 278 $9,526,948 Randall Reagan $1,552,761 $797,705 $488,653 $423,933 9 6 Real $1,122,918 $558,307 $365,045 $210,934 $624,265 Red River 19 $1,180,061 $3,405,899 $1,774,481 $3,539,027 $1,813,253 $1,174,772 $888,567 21 Reeves $1,009,967 Refugio $2,002,171 $626,339 $597,474 12 Roberts $62,252 $28,379 $17,064 $17,997 0 $2,455,315 $1,607,120 42 Robertson $7,028,200 $3,685,700 Rockwall $14,065,488 $21,074,650 229 $40,069,063 $7,540,443 20 $705,975 $1,192,524 $1,860,508 $3,919,168 Runnels perrymangroup.com 66 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

68 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2020 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Rusk $25,727,311 $12,890,259 $8,620,654 $4,673,464 140 Sabine $3,169,836 $1,698,203 $1,173,256 $690,793 20 San Augustine $1,310,541 $875,545 $458,214 14 $2,567,815 San Jacinto $5,322,158 $2,705,658 $1,778,102 $1,104,960 30 San Patricio $27,078,432 $13,726,894 $9,240,725 $5,720,982 156 $595,003 San Saba $1,658,616 $904,782 $377,660 10 Schleicher $954,001 $356,526 $126,511 6 $511,640 $7,814,146 $2,704,717 $2,080,898 48 Scurry $4,274,978 $1,373,123 $707,150 $462,099 Shackelford 8 $300,533 Shelby $9,329,838 $5,142,403 $3,532,013 $2,021,346 59 Sherman $697,367 $295,958 $180,256 $108,580 3 Smith $91,633,640 $59,710,133 $31,582,374 972 $178,721,325 Somervell $7,167,419 $3,518,343 $2,422,445 $920,209 38 Starr $8,473,887 $4,882,219 $3,384,051 $2,113,440 58 $1,124,418 26 $2,276,069 Stephens $4,050,829 $1,500,158 Sterling $195,087 $294,624 4 $163,371 $507,020 3 Stonewall $405,940 $232,651 $156,936 $108,921 27 $2,388,571 Sutton $4,443,949 $1,157,422 $1,537,086 Swisher $1,745,812 $507,153 $305,056 8 $812,292 Tarrant $964,176,721 $632,510,509 $310,510,677 10,063 $1,881,614,482 Taylor $96,433,679 $49,619,402 $32,497,862 $16,545,802 523 Terrell $212,575 $120,636 $79,778 $52,557 1 $2,272,099 Terry $4,467,035 $1,400,057 $1,163,110 25 Throckmorton $828,690 $272,041 $174,064 5 $424,817 Titus $10,418,295 $7,031,740 $4,480,225 119 $19,864,089 Tom Green $73,053,713 $37,061,523 $24,024,257 $12,927,705 397 Travis $1,082,410,901 $582,001,558 $382,412,271 $190,375,161 6,065 19 $660,831 $1,126,989 Trinity $3,035,428 $1,680,391 Tyler $5,174,788 31 $1,075,134 $1,852,219 $2,769,229 $5,971,390 $3,894,290 $2,401,549 64 $11,664,941 Upshur $509,670 $1,540,603 $785,747 8 $291,974 Upton Uvalde $10,517,300 $5,606,347 $3,745,879 $2,049,272 62 112 Val Verde $17,373,348 $9,979,576 $6,733,354 $3,673,393 $3,602,713 Van Zandt 105 $6,246,769 $16,145,557 $9,221,172 $67,380,754 $35,186,137 $23,550,577 $12,721,929 380 Victoria $10,121,411 Walker $18,415,633 $6,783,450 $3,839,979 113 Waller $21,742,175 $9,915,157 $6,129,037 $4,378,513 107 $2,025,188 $1,459,217 35 Ward $5,954,787 $3,128,863 Washington $7,992,897 $11,940,240 130 $22,006,097 $4,280,920 545 $19,157,594 $32,502,913 $48,659,080 $89,983,374 Webb perrymangroup.com 67 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

69 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2020 County Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent (2011 Dollars) County (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Wharton $10,919,774 $7,389,305 $4,248,661 124 $19,991,080 16 $2,430,171 $1,366,504 $913,122 $620,813 Wheeler $83,538,331 516 $17,494,444 $31,231,848 Wichita $46,575,311 Wilbarger $8,191,138 47 $1,618,714 $2,877,264 $4,302,369 28 Willacy $4,433,689 $2,490,781 $1,038,180 $1,646,547 $55,158,524 $154,645,636 Williamson $83,278,091 909 $32,149,759 Wilson 61 $2,069,270 $3,644,889 $10,614,321 $5,459,675 20 $836,340 $1,170,583 Winkler $1,798,454 $3,447,746 167 $29,276,029 $15,204,089 $9,899,007 $6,471,584 Wise Wood $2,961,677 90 $5,429,473 $8,212,753 $16,016,657 $4,708,532 $2,317,474 $1,469,983 Yoakum $1,144,649 26 74 $12,779,001 $6,766,357 $4,423,754 $2,873,623 Young $1,291,919 $1,924,701 $3,549,867 Zapata 22 $875,639 Zavala $2,059,722 $1,232,132 $865,734 $511,758 15 TOTAL STATE IMPACT 122,735 $23,970,756,845 $12,005,650,892 $7,840,561,094 $3,723,311,011 SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com © 20 68 by The Perryman Group 12

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71 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2030 Results by Detailed Industrial Category Total Employment Personal Gross Expenditures Product Income (Permanent (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Category $610,056,347 $160,924,798 Agricultural Products & Services 1,264 $109,598,655 Forestry & Fishery Products $16,362,675 $12,951,721 $4,803,553 42 Coal Mining $66,256,617 $19,268,210 $20,304,149 94 Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas $781,223,064 $171,253,227 $78,981,706 274 $5,020,187 Miscellaneous Mining $20,161,847 $8,540,269 34 278 $27,032,829 $32,804,331 New Construction $74,544,344 Maintenance & Repair Construction $389,874,486 $321,280,694 3,297 $749,548,581 Food Products & Tobacco $1,237,691,215 $314,122,237 $160,468,627 1,946 Textile Mill Products $17,796,917 $3,985,902 $3,372,417 49 Apparel $250,285,585 $138,612,019 $70,236,877 1,380 Paper & Allied Products $200,222,323 $88,577,995 $40,045,399 431 Printing & Publishing $306,767,424 $151,490,294 $98,881,206 1,213 Chemicals & Petroleum Refining $1,505,796,277 698 $131,600,460 $280,264,542 Rubber & Leather Products $46,983,325 $80,368,858 $185,973,304 664 $27,612,258 $79,385,655 Lumber Products & Furniture 287 $19,686,112 Stone, Clay, & Glass Products $106,044,510 $56,680,506 $29,644,097 346 $21,241,284 Primary Metal $106,706,731 $28,536,646 218 $78,535,279 $214,424,770 Fabricated Metal Products $50,702,498 624 Machinery, Except Electrical $91,288,199 $65,216,768 497 $229,637,251 Electric & Electronic Equipment $181,909,838 $101,254,302 $60,533,211 359 Motor Vehicles & Equipment $121,903,897 $27,034,265 $17,563,218 173 Transp. Equip., Exc. Motor Vehicles $65,615,172 $30,673,392 $20,043,997 169 Instruments & Related Products $52,768,564 $21,326,576 $16,210,204 148 Miscellaneous Manufacturing $28,448,318 $19,621,084 218 $73,324,982 Transportation $2,020,131,796 $919,871,359 $608,370,206 6,129 Communication $878,115,731 $541,173,645 $231,044,438 1,478 Electric, Gas, Water, Sanitary Services 539 $177,592,770 $406,974,145 $1,802,605,971 3,511 Wholesale Trade $746,947,254 $430,696,326 $1,103,910,186 $3,711,580,180 Retail Trade 35,209 $1,839,244,360 $3,075,823,748 Finance $522,923,590 $292,726,237 $170,455,361 1,094 $1,488,999,000 Insurance $916,063,153 $547,658,599 4,793 846 $132,094,205 Real Estate $4,616,247,596 $819,840,632 $449,762,814 Hotels, Lodging Places, Amusements $152,747,549 2,705 $232,834,666 $781,486,111 $482,043,686 $375,037,802 4,601 Personal Services $1,970,500,374 Business Services $1,243,330,782 $1,014,239,421 9,004 $535,471,968 Eating & Drinking Places $1,718,354,252 $1,006,425,231 17,675 Health Services $3,327,093,171 $3,935,016,963 $5,334,447,601 40,120 $1,065,478,664 $391,742,608 $451,880,309 6,820 Miscellaneous Services $45,532,848 2,235 Households $44,569,285 $45,532,848 151,462 $11,417,130,622 $17,460,913,286 $34,764,484,606 Total SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 70 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

72 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2030 Comptroller's Economic Region Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent Economic Region (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) High Plains $739,416,775 $387,229,838 $254,587,172 $139,166,498 3,514 $238,582,266 2,211 $89,489,932 Northwest Texas $446,522,478 $158,054,812 $5,837,848,178 $11,564,559,550 50,046 $1,790,835,937 $3,783,021,455 Metroplex 4,726 Upper East Texas $969,589,290 $511,359,572 $340,836,972 $185,401,591 $237,895,199 $658,198,880 Southeast Texas $352,095,752 3,305 $132,843,467 48,551 $12,117,580,129 $5,799,065,702 $3,787,111,580 $1,601,894,905 Gulf Coast 9,738 $2,035,236,203 $1,091,451,106 $718,521,028 $369,857,159 Capital $159,429,288 4,100 $443,256,256 $293,607,758 Central Texas $842,337,499 Alamo $2,642,785,897 12,325 $458,111,443 $906,393,455 $1,376,716,414 $1,381,569,908 $481,473,237 6,719 $262,170,382 $723,725,144 South Texas 2,773 $305,021,126 $586,939,343 $200,231,965 $115,107,383 West Texas $394,561,931 $779,748,654 Upper Rio Grande $125,626,447 3,454 $255,395,989 151,462 $5,429,934,432 $11,417,130,622 $17,460,913,286 $34,764,484,606 TOTAL STATE IMPACT SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 71 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

73 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2030 Council of Governments (COG) Region Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent COG (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Panhandle $199,261,601 $130,620,522 $72,914,882 1,805 $385,835,768 South Plains $353,581,007 $187,968,237 $123,966,650 $66,251,616 1,708 $190,430,187 North Texas $103,888,631 $69,329,447 $40,084,873 975 North Central Texas $11,412,450,605 $3,728,742,630 $1,759,891,718 49,282 $5,756,486,167 North East Texas $109,271,203 $73,428,662 $42,313,938 1,032 $205,141,997 East Texas $764,447,293 $402,088,369 $267,408,310 $143,087,652 3,694 West Central Texas $256,092,291 $134,693,635 $88,725,365 $49,405,059 1,236 $255,395,989 $779,748,654 3,454 $125,626,447 Upper Rio Grande $394,561,931 $235,916,993 $451,653,498 Permian Basin 2,142 $89,592,783 $155,372,601 631 Concho Valley $135,285,845 $69,104,132 $44,859,364 $25,514,600 1,575 $59,679,483 $113,616,367 $173,596,617 Heart of Texas $340,336,766 Capital $1,091,451,106 $718,521,028 $369,857,159 9,738 $2,035,236,203 Brazos Valley $222,005,870 $116,903,215 $77,390,566 $43,287,164 1,085 $80,358,402 Deep East Texas $119,486,030 $221,885,831 $45,772,827 1,132 South East Texas $232,609,722 $157,536,797 $87,070,640 2,174 $436,313,049 48,551 $12,117,580,129 $5,799,065,702 $3,787,111,580 $1,601,894,905 Gulf Coast $54,812,487 $82,102,166 $158,230,201 759 $30,707,516 Golden Crescent Alamo 11,567 $851,580,968 $1,294,614,248 $2,484,555,696 $427,403,927 784 $150,264,129 $81,911,730 $54,930,223 $32,944,339 South Texas 2,608 Coastal Bend $571,295,207 $286,649,881 $189,872,569 $102,733,445 $587,522,938 $209,866,908 2,945 $111,192,645 $315,264,950 Lower Rio Grande Valley $30,944,220 $152,108,945 $81,362,011 $54,278,825 764 Texoma 1,439 $279,994,863 $152,756,424 $102,600,825 $56,462,641 Central Texas $26,803,537 $15,299,952 $39,898,583 382 $72,487,634 Middle Rio Grande $831,813,750 $1,590,333,223 $285,140,574 Border Region 7,567 $547,113,503 TOTAL STATE IMPACT 151,462 $5,429,934,432 $11,417,130,622 $17,460,913,286 $34,764,484,606 SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 72 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

74 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2030 Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and Rural Texas Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent MSA (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Abilene $79,818,402 $52,392,248 $26,904,390 715 $154,732,134 Amarillo $267,524,872 $141,643,169 $93,403,229 $48,968,795 1,279 $353,501,187 Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos $1,947,432,209 $1,046,586,546 $689,177,912 9,330 Beaumont-Port Arthur $436,313,049 $157,536,797 $87,070,640 2,174 $232,609,722 Brownville-Harlingen $113,517,382 $74,902,839 $39,641,777 1,051 $217,035,116 College Station-Bryan $160,835,953 $84,039,238 $55,589,844 $30,191,399 777 Corpus Christi $239,979,610 $158,576,752 $84,088,058 2,162 $485,597,525 35,240 $8,341,654,957 $4,179,032,200 $2,692,136,627 $1,240,608,909 Dallas-Plano-Irving MD* $496,267,260 $994,917,140 $2,949,561,227 13,458 Fort Worth-Arlington MD* $1,514,966,985 $386,493,974 $764,735,310 El Paso 3,378 $122,230,530 $250,103,824 48,073 Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land $12,023,194,968 $5,749,168,431 $3,753,733,217 $1,581,470,960 1,334 $95,204,032 $141,737,883 Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood $259,319,762 $51,912,050 Laredo $70,850,250 $47,390,581 $27,979,599 673 $130,613,083 Longview $253,610,681 $136,408,535 $91,693,003 $49,294,188 1,267 Lubbock $282,821,465 $151,056,232 $99,848,689 $50,405,722 1,362 McAllen-Edinburg-Pharr $364,014,303 $198,101,513 $132,551,276 $70,028,785 1,859 Midland $110,254,697 $71,810,371 $40,559,755 976 $211,870,044 734 $148,056,186 $78,742,882 $53,026,493 $29,525,278 Odessa $19,196,546 496 $54,693,124 $35,456,385 San Angelo $107,843,788 San Antonio-New Braunfels $2,403,339,151 11,174 $411,570,298 $823,695,603 $1,252,426,066 493 $95,236,187 $52,183,898 $34,997,699 $19,458,472 Sherman-Denison 391 Texarkana $75,989,971 $41,709,829 $28,104,534 $15,266,403 $133,352,113 $87,008,025 1,200 $46,076,312 Tyler $259,303,620 548 $116,614,395 $59,749,528 $39,858,708 $22,146,250 Victoria 1,283 $281,227,636 $142,708,899 $93,026,828 $47,606,154 Waco $49,513,165 $73,862,946 $27,923,725 693 Wichita Falls $133,063,533 Rural Area $390,040,991 $661,474,799 $995,219,232 $1,892,943,481 9,341 151,462 $5,429,934,432 $11,417,130,622 $17,460,913,286 $34,764,484,606 TOTAL STATE IMPACT *Metropolitan Division SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 73 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

75 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2030 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Anderson $34,216,933 $19,244,654 $13,006,475 $7,016,958 180 Andrews $11,454,040 $5,814,883 $3,715,487 $2,376,607 51 Angelina $43,923,698 $29,358,366 $16,323,738 412 $82,222,305 Aransas $14,919,360 $7,176,129 $4,586,102 $2,950,513 65 Archer $5,309,334 $2,690,628 $1,727,764 $1,187,522 25 $131,301 Armstrong $917,867 $482,180 $330,437 4 Atascosa $25,668,674 $8,753,245 $4,725,011 120 $13,138,087 $32,762,866 $10,041,660 $5,418,931 132 Austin $15,722,926 $4,390,447 $2,276,876 $1,423,848 Bailey 20 $989,526 Bandera $9,261,623 $4,656,562 $3,013,466 $1,897,318 43 Bastrop $33,028,021 $16,588,103 $10,768,875 $6,478,584 152 Baylor $1,265,554 $849,095 $475,502 12 $2,320,832 Bee $13,192,108 $7,244,329 $4,906,640 $2,891,120 70 Bell $215,042,793 $118,313,245 $79,620,581 $42,864,353 1,111 $2,132,126,735 9,886 $358,108,847 $733,175,747 Bexar $1,114,215,174 $3,983,138 $8,019,674 Blanco 36 $1,486,445 $2,577,060 2 Borden $462,488 $216,486 $130,760 $84,824 $1,512,636 $4,728,856 $8,988,049 Bosque 43 $3,180,899 Bowie $75,989,971 $28,104,534 $15,266,403 391 $41,709,829 Brazoria $115,126,721 $76,106,679 $47,074,636 1,078 $228,162,928 Brazos $142,505,696 $74,335,514 $49,141,654 $25,915,256 684 Brewster $7,649,422 $4,311,042 $2,894,953 $1,595,279 40 $184,682 Briscoe $628,922 $298,094 $143,767 3 Brooks $2,870,924 $1,139,348 $710,081 17 $1,649,523 Brown $14,666,661 $9,894,029 $5,863,367 143 $25,809,951 Burleson $8,116,218 $4,334,673 $2,868,475 $1,926,732 41 Burnet $37,874,534 $19,143,536 $12,461,523 $7,046,007 173 78 $5,581,282 $8,255,280 $3,068,517 Caldwell $15,925,255 $16,617,694 Calhoun 66 $2,974,959 $4,675,485 $7,262,276 $3,032,843 $1,986,030 $1,189,980 28 $6,106,376 Callahan Cameron $217,035,116 $113,517,382 $74,902,839 $39,641,777 1,051 40 Camp $8,003,251 $4,243,292 $2,880,810 $1,443,954 $572,880 $2,206,321 $5,597,089 17 $1,318,096 Carson Cass $8,538,105 $5,741,155 $3,614,921 82 $16,037,187 15 $3,453,758 $1,648,991 $1,036,553 $757,415 Castro Chambers $28,859,147 $12,086,450 $7,553,535 $4,457,440 104 Cherokee $27,133,701 $14,791,810 $10,083,873 $5,448,332 141 17 $1,779,026 $725,805 $1,193,301 Childress $3,368,444 Clay $3,327,402 31 $1,195,736 $6,455,244 $2,244,098 5 $205,904 $360,691 $559,104 $1,126,277 Cochran perrymangroup.com 74 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

76 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2030 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Coke $1,320,717 $657,702 $423,800 $290,254 6 Coleman $4,276,547 $2,283,069 $1,524,395 $867,808 21 Collin $615,623,709 $405,006,113 $217,430,198 5,500 $1,173,735,567 Collingsworth $1,474,059 $807,546 $534,578 $352,355 8 Colorado $15,695,737 $8,238,190 $5,532,318 $3,221,612 80 $35,214,076 Comal $104,537,152 $53,701,649 $19,434,626 499 Comanche $8,108,365 $2,916,325 $1,540,883 40 $4,345,738 $1,493,832 $570,527 $281,000 8 Concho $818,933 $41,910,119 $21,172,017 $13,924,576 Cooke 196 $8,654,494 Coryell $32,256,275 $17,063,948 $11,336,942 $6,576,316 162 Cottle $1,530,102 $884,331 $594,509 $325,093 8 Crane $1,398,327 $969,412 $465,172 13 $2,503,214 Crockett $1,911,819 $999,025 $635,204 $551,821 10 Crosby $3,262,541 $1,831,961 $1,255,568 $507,261 17 $360,941 7 $670,692 Culberson $1,146,922 $445,204 Dallam $1,968,722 $3,132,181 27 $1,131,851 $6,081,193 25,747 Dallas $6,296,476,227 $3,118,764,116 $1,996,052,360 $868,289,575 31 $3,488,882 Dawson $7,049,129 $1,562,177 $2,152,905 Deaf Smith $9,333,772 $2,874,098 $1,522,330 39 $4,515,029 Delta $1,092,735 $756,145 $276,952 10 $2,068,655 Denton $592,268,617 $300,483,281 $195,979,368 $99,223,806 2,648 DeWitt $12,447,724 $6,637,706 $4,457,938 $2,416,034 62 $613,784 Dickens $1,171,099 $400,002 $266,703 6 Dimmit $4,093,738 $1,521,410 $962,709 22 $2,222,071 Donley $941,575 $647,305 $411,417 10 $1,630,789 Duval $4,870,264 $2,533,630 $1,724,581 $851,633 24 Eastland $14,077,415 $7,262,385 $4,805,700 $3,085,279 70 734 $29,525,278 $53,026,493 Ector $148,056,186 $78,742,882 Edwards $710,586 3 $157,977 $213,350 $352,112 $386,493,974 $250,103,824 $122,230,530 3,378 $764,735,310 El Paso $30,375,474 $94,946,757 $47,102,600 431 $18,723,994 Ellis Erath $23,390,860 $13,035,544 $8,865,748 $5,190,404 127 28 Falls $5,497,458 $3,013,357 $2,036,257 $1,042,919 $2,831,254 Fannin 74 $5,356,550 $14,962,639 $8,006,096 $20,335,067 $10,660,928 $7,036,261 $3,652,901 97 Fayette $1,018,080 Fisher $1,834,609 $682,183 $393,000 10 Floyd $3,353,720 $1,586,778 $1,014,992 $498,287 14 $177,433 $85,315 2 Foard $439,551 $253,643 Fort Bend $172,938,911 $268,825,622 2,344 $556,375,363 $96,663,831 31 $1,270,595 $2,203,704 $3,280,611 $6,286,221 Franklin perrymangroup.com 75 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

77 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2030 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Freestone $12,714,987 $6,543,463 $4,271,896 $2,926,499 62 Frio $8,877,805 $4,495,522 $2,961,082 $1,662,537 41 Gaines $3,911,460 $2,422,951 $1,642,360 34 $8,442,434 Galveston $297,228,405 $151,232,744 $99,996,287 $53,472,854 1,373 Garza $3,522,671 $1,695,160 $1,078,782 $803,270 16 $7,723,491 Gillespie $22,511,390 $11,604,786 $4,281,392 108 Glasscock $508,534 $135,262 $60,192 2 $224,468 $2,296,254 $867,020 $603,976 13 Goliad $1,269,529 $9,938,827 $5,302,435 $3,586,496 Gonzales 50 $1,982,953 Gray $24,356,193 $12,514,564 $8,421,997 $5,021,514 118 Grayson $95,236,187 $52,183,898 $34,997,699 $19,458,472 493 Gregg $108,913,311 $73,431,861 $38,945,760 1,014 $199,276,650 Grimes $12,210,443 $6,425,786 $4,306,823 $2,640,199 61 Guadalupe $66,110,634 $33,714,428 $21,898,174 $14,637,620 320 $5,107,937 116 $11,856,073 Hale $21,227,626 $7,946,621 Hall $725,596 $1,127,259 10 $423,029 $2,172,753 23 Hamilton $4,533,322 $2,411,352 $1,624,430 $979,264 9 $1,062,783 Hansford $2,527,905 $399,458 $632,246 Hardeman $1,292,666 $473,994 $348,704 7 $718,484 Hardin $15,823,904 $10,385,457 $6,541,967 147 $30,446,445 Harris $10,326,075,641 $4,908,932,643 $3,203,336,440 $1,280,568,872 40,555 Harrison $63,646,311 $31,832,351 $21,365,513 $10,463,050 285 $887,384 Hartley $1,848,010 $574,016 $333,979 8 Haskell $3,405,877 $1,260,594 $658,164 17 $1,837,436 Hays $53,317,116 $35,191,155 $19,617,023 492 $100,560,380 Hemphill $3,239,593 $1,526,891 $974,944 $569,494 13 Henderson $44,069,108 $22,570,554 $14,865,951 $8,119,924 207 1,859 $70,028,785 $132,551,276 Hidalgo $364,014,303 $198,101,513 Hill $19,250,668 92 $3,767,011 $6,376,662 $9,702,900 $7,541,915 $5,070,610 $3,134,136 73 $14,289,445 Hockley $11,795,592 $34,686,153 $17,728,139 165 $6,671,643 Hood Hopkins $21,715,733 $11,528,865 $7,598,797 $5,038,620 110 63 Houston $13,826,774 $7,174,778 $4,826,123 $2,138,495 $5,201,690 Howard 128 $9,131,190 $26,204,464 $13,659,212 $1,139,618 $581,180 $345,847 $384,574 6 Hudspeth $32,425,961 Hunt $60,814,702 $21,545,286 $13,307,582 309 Hutchinson $18,475,402 $8,979,147 $5,759,382 $4,902,721 86 $415,622 $313,170 6 Irion $1,696,873 $704,864 Jack $2,116,494 $3,278,939 30 $6,657,486 $1,523,062 33 $1,620,552 $2,286,285 $3,557,370 $6,877,059 Jackson perrymangroup.com 76 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

78 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2030 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Jasper $21,686,233 $11,800,149 $7,980,327 $4,674,191 114 Jeff Davis $1,388,986 $729,761 $487,520 $279,273 7 Jefferson $186,781,275 $126,891,163 $68,217,467 1,739 $349,551,794 Jim Hogg $2,130,745 $1,110,271 $697,154 $584,750 11 Jim Wells $34,925,258 $19,744,388 $13,282,201 $7,730,564 188 $36,646,722 Johnson $103,369,072 $54,599,994 $20,047,448 513 Jones $8,498,368 $3,002,720 $1,554,242 41 $4,482,793 $6,858,746 $2,227,124 $1,287,372 31 Karnes $3,385,182 $62,842,179 $32,708,358 $21,820,511 Kaufman 310 $12,300,590 Kendall $31,715,622 $15,808,621 $10,311,764 $6,199,664 145 Kenedy $284,569 $139,575 $88,863 $97,156 2 Kent $168,216 $103,667 $69,563 1 $361,304 Kerr $42,968,603 $22,702,692 $14,973,668 $8,602,328 212 Kimble $3,198,421 $1,499,851 $935,052 $644,039 13 $19,289 1 $66,648 King $139,527 $41,555 Kinney $419,324 $669,787 6 $275,299 $1,376,109 100 Kleberg $20,174,392 $10,625,893 $7,104,052 $4,021,395 8 $845,045 Knox $1,550,057 $274,462 $570,084 La Salle $2,816,676 $1,059,205 $671,920 16 $1,562,462 Lamar $21,627,047 $14,548,716 $8,249,174 205 $41,356,651 Lamb $5,438,513 $2,665,032 $1,734,250 $1,042,493 24 Lampasas $12,020,693 $6,360,691 $4,246,510 $2,471,381 61 $6,855,126 Lavaca $12,352,196 $4,623,061 $2,541,727 65 Lee $11,203,288 $3,731,478 $2,171,937 52 $5,714,158 Leon $5,159,575 $3,252,463 $2,594,292 48 $9,693,591 Liberty $48,566,793 $25,928,030 $17,540,344 $9,445,723 241 Limestone $12,657,968 $6,899,142 $4,723,824 $2,824,265 67 7 $282,157 $504,660 Lipscomb $1,832,971 $823,562 Live Oak $6,203,559 30 $1,427,046 $2,062,904 $3,139,816 $5,362,800 $3,536,793 $1,998,683 50 $10,371,432 Llano $2,648 $11,600 $4,088 0 $1,653 Loving Lubbock $279,558,924 $149,224,271 $98,593,121 $49,898,461 1,345 8 Lynn $2,100,050 $1,027,094 $646,718 $270,633 $1,607,842 Madison 37 $2,578,896 $7,257,811 $3,869,674 $4,600,007 $2,428,550 $1,633,892 $965,971 24 Marion $1,838,749 Martin $3,596,102 $1,231,602 $623,236 16 Mason $2,538,545 $1,296,547 $851,489 $488,174 12 $9,757,119 $6,999,415 142 Matagorda $30,601,705 $14,927,531 Maverick $6,472,073 $9,712,760 94 $18,192,006 $3,800,766 27 $1,123,313 $1,967,357 $2,908,546 $5,366,830 McCulloch perrymangroup.com 77 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

79 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2030 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) McLennan $281,227,636 $142,708,899 $93,026,828 $47,606,154 1,283 McMullen $267,064 $119,730 $72,462 $40,695 1 Medina $9,180,347 $5,973,796 $3,521,442 85 $18,380,640 Menard $830,971 $436,151 $275,175 $212,386 4 Midland $211,870,044 $110,254,697 $71,810,371 $40,559,755 976 $4,120,243 Milam $11,831,842 $6,147,113 $2,563,384 59 Mills $1,891,513 $782,201 $454,697 11 $1,138,492 $4,102,034 $1,513,247 $874,508 21 Mitchell $2,250,963 $14,692,226 $7,505,603 $4,964,626 Montague 71 $2,846,405 Montgomery $465,837,407 $232,928,101 $154,685,621 $76,346,309 2,077 Moore $17,928,350 $7,995,172 $5,032,804 $3,250,723 70 Morris $3,738,575 $2,508,664 $1,153,219 33 $7,873,896 Motley $725,800 $358,454 $227,927 $140,691 3 Nacogdoches $37,197,350 $20,389,541 $13,879,234 $8,051,140 200 $5,830,936 157 $17,015,675 Navarro $32,892,604 $11,389,150 Newton $923,073 $1,332,958 13 $631,427 $2,162,362 55 Nolan $11,180,562 $5,978,285 $3,907,059 $2,309,456 1,904 $212,767,203 Nueces $431,304,226 $72,765,906 $140,487,931 Ochiltree $8,524,722 $2,559,471 $1,670,775 35 $4,028,244 Oldham $226,625 $147,828 $138,482 2 $412,916 Orange $56,314,810 $30,004,543 $20,260,178 $12,311,206 287 Palo Pinto $21,947,900 $10,691,228 $6,870,625 $4,260,855 98 $10,016,818 Panola $19,298,631 $6,740,919 $3,787,867 93 Parker $73,192,850 $22,604,502 $13,962,615 321 $35,453,472 Parmer $1,682,991 $1,090,182 $371,858 14 $3,864,002 Pecos $10,209,974 $5,244,259 $3,424,022 $2,339,113 50 Polk $23,062,890 $12,480,370 $8,258,667 $5,138,469 116 912 $34,295,208 $66,957,940 Potter $189,265,649 $100,974,294 Presidio $3,688,398 16 $775,851 $1,118,641 $1,775,282 $1,706,239 $1,041,268 $847,992 15 $3,669,156 Rains $24,796,757 $71,744,267 $37,980,375 345 $13,969,405 Randall Reagan $2,241,064 $1,156,105 $708,692 $617,691 11 7 Real $1,635,909 $816,308 $534,382 $309,177 $915,896 Red River 24 $1,729,172 $4,974,147 $2,597,143 $5,135,910 $2,641,571 $1,712,863 $1,298,928 26 Reeves $1,473,387 Refugio $2,909,545 $914,766 $875,697 14 Roberts $91,942 $42,103 $25,333 $26,879 0 $3,579,716 $2,349,411 52 Robertson $10,214,039 $5,369,050 Rockwall $20,601,370 $30,831,440 284 $58,502,254 $11,056,211 25 $1,032,711 $1,739,949 $2,711,400 $5,691,157 Runnels perrymangroup.com 78 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

80 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2030 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Rusk $37,314,086 $18,758,376 $12,557,686 $6,823,800 173 Sabine $4,615,978 $2,481,555 $1,715,558 $1,011,584 24 San Augustine $1,913,739 $1,280,381 $671,312 18 $3,738,771 San Jacinto $7,805,702 $3,976,625 $2,616,704 $1,629,275 37 San Patricio $39,373,938 $20,036,278 $13,502,719 $8,371,638 193 $869,919 San Saba $2,418,425 $1,321,583 $553,246 13 Schleicher $1,384,564 $520,296 $184,875 7 $745,520 $11,311,516 $3,932,018 $3,037,067 59 Scurry $6,209,790 $1,985,504 $1,027,142 $672,243 Shackelford 10 $438,605 Shelby $13,566,955 $7,494,271 $5,151,019 $2,952,906 73 Sherman $1,008,112 $428,474 $261,055 $158,280 4 Smith $133,352,113 $87,008,025 $46,076,312 1,200 $259,303,620 Somervell $10,385,559 $5,109,131 $3,523,893 $1,338,663 47 Starr $12,370,794 $7,148,659 $4,959,081 $3,100,495 73 $1,641,999 32 $3,314,039 Stephens $5,875,721 $2,186,553 Sterling $283,927 $428,390 4 $238,389 $734,161 3 Stonewall $590,403 $339,714 $229,386 $159,702 33 $3,464,240 Sutton $6,421,133 $1,686,113 $2,231,460 Swisher $2,534,714 $738,278 $445,633 10 $1,181,991 Tarrant $1,402,792,305 $921,248,962 $452,801,809 12,418 $2,730,545,595 Taylor $140,127,390 $72,302,767 $47,403,498 $24,160,168 646 Terrell $309,867 $176,555 $116,844 $77,191 2 $3,305,097 Terry $6,474,661 $2,038,582 $1,698,989 31 Throckmorton $1,199,135 $395,685 $254,096 6 $617,272 Titus $15,158,292 $10,237,775 $6,528,159 147 $28,839,535 Tom Green $106,146,916 $53,988,261 $35,040,763 $18,883,376 490 Travis $1,572,884,065 $847,058,241 $557,187,513 $277,359,675 7,484 24 $971,253 $1,652,648 Trinity $4,436,184 $2,461,675 Tyler $7,564,328 38 $1,579,038 $2,716,300 $4,056,670 $8,736,848 $5,703,456 $3,524,628 80 $17,019,945 Upshur $741,484 $2,229,879 $1,141,624 10 $426,192 Upton Uvalde $15,322,231 $8,184,600 $5,474,084 $2,999,257 77 138 Val Verde $25,335,803 $14,577,571 $9,843,813 $5,374,429 $5,284,274 Van Zandt 131 $9,148,959 $23,564,804 $13,495,461 $97,700,447 $51,217,723 $34,316,202 $18,567,315 469 Victoria $14,801,564 Walker $26,878,916 $9,929,301 $5,624,492 141 Waller $31,520,715 $14,408,569 $8,917,035 $6,393,088 132 $2,947,354 $2,128,672 43 Ward $8,626,756 $4,548,548 Washington $11,662,540 $17,408,943 161 $32,008,073 $6,253,432 673 $27,979,599 $47,390,581 $70,850,250 $130,613,083 Webb perrymangroup.com 79 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

81 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2030 County Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent (2011 Dollars) County (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Wharton $15,906,610 $10,776,329 $6,207,699 153 $29,014,505 20 $3,522,375 $1,988,801 $1,330,259 $906,166 Wheeler $121,298,955 638 $25,540,467 $45,541,303 Wichita $67,844,917 Wilbarger $11,910,704 59 $2,363,757 $4,198,759 $6,275,482 35 Willacy $6,473,520 $3,646,055 $1,522,083 $2,412,793 $80,449,088 $225,034,488 Williamson $121,367,806 1,124 $46,977,388 Wilson 76 $3,045,770 $5,355,335 $15,538,072 $8,011,197 25 $1,219,741 $1,700,952 Winkler $2,610,304 $4,982,878 206 $42,453,711 $22,121,213 $14,416,954 $9,455,388 Wise Wood $4,338,831 111 $7,939,621 $11,997,991 $23,331,089 $6,799,708 $3,359,991 $2,133,383 Yoakum $1,668,033 32 92 $18,523,086 $9,843,650 $6,441,372 $4,193,310 Young $1,883,408 $2,802,551 $5,149,506 Zapata 28 $1,279,494 Zavala $3,004,574 $1,800,912 $1,265,896 $748,418 19 TOTAL STATE IMPACT 151,462 $34,764,484,606 $17,460,913,286 $11,417,130,622 $5,429,934,432 SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com © 20 80 by The Perryman Group 12

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83 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2040 Results by Detailed Industrial Category Total Employment Personal Gross Expenditures Product Income (Permanent (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Category $821,047,379 $216,589,598 Agricultural Products & Services 1,474 $147,509,487 Forestry & Fishery Products $21,070,058 $17,238,657 $6,393,420 49 Coal Mining $89,048,399 $25,898,684 $27,291,023 110 Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas $992,689,810 $217,601,629 $100,357,578 303 $6,645,126 Miscellaneous Mining $26,795,830 $11,304,244 39 285 $31,936,585 $38,755,029 New Construction $88,066,686 Maintenance & Repair Construction $523,728,693 $431,585,154 3,823 $1,006,509,913 Food Products & Tobacco $1,673,136,938 $424,624,301 $216,918,322 2,271 Textile Mill Products $23,897,190 $5,345,645 $4,522,858 58 Apparel $338,159,532 $187,274,324 $94,894,666 1,616 Paper & Allied Products $269,207,977 $119,050,069 $53,821,609 499 Printing & Publishing $418,922,084 $206,936,756 $135,072,097 1,434 Chemicals & Petroleum Refining $2,034,624,043 826 $180,183,273 $383,729,484 Rubber & Leather Products $63,780,293 $109,101,727 $252,550,459 782 $37,215,492 $107,062,556 Lumber Products & Furniture 332 $26,532,724 Stone, Clay, & Glass Products $141,574,286 $75,783,087 $39,634,954 400 $28,617,799 Primary Metal $143,780,259 $38,446,583 256 $104,214,903 $284,733,075 Fabricated Metal Products $67,281,239 716 Machinery, Except Electrical $126,282,938 $90,217,105 595 $317,835,953 Electric & Electronic Equipment $252,045,425 $140,453,569 $83,967,890 432 Motor Vehicles & Equipment $169,692,990 $37,729,487 $24,511,608 212 Transp. Equip., Exc. Motor Vehicles $90,372,509 $42,310,901 $27,648,795 202 Instruments & Related Products $70,268,371 $28,371,472 $21,564,865 171 Miscellaneous Manufacturing $38,022,631 $26,224,729 251 $97,952,846 Transportation $2,730,314,767 $1,245,684,605 $823,851,309 7,176 Communication $1,202,710,424 $741,292,835 $316,481,579 1,753 Electric, Gas, Water, Sanitary Services 629 $239,417,953 $548,653,980 $2,429,018,727 4,088 Wholesale Trade $1,005,851,947 $579,983,119 $1,486,541,606 $5,048,146,340 Retail Trade 41,415 $2,501,566,894 $4,183,446,083 Finance $690,872,541 $386,201,298 $224,886,131 1,246 $2,039,076,318 Insurance $1,254,781,239 $750,157,660 5,678 975 $175,928,330 Real Estate $6,224,109,087 $1,091,897,876 $601,451,474 Hotels, Lodging Places, Amusements $204,315,787 3,127 $311,440,622 $1,061,347,814 $654,846,685 $509,481,307 5,404 Personal Services $2,674,670,730 Business Services $1,687,768,128 $1,376,786,253 10,570 $727,704,258 Eating & Drinking Places $2,335,237,184 $1,367,727,778 20,775 Health Services $4,472,498,448 $5,289,709,619 $7,172,962,771 46,647 $1,442,204,860 $530,120,878 $611,501,667 7,985 Miscellaneous Services $61,541,684 2,617 Households $60,239,493 $61,541,684 177,220 $15,430,532,595 $23,598,355,948 $46,931,250,896 Total SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 82 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

84 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2040 Comptroller's Economic Region Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent Economic Region (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) High Plains $999,844,166 $524,223,718 $344,600,894 $189,459,197 4,118 $323,551,275 2,596 $122,079,770 Northwest Texas $604,681,774 $214,311,832 $7,884,686,138 $15,604,769,190 58,513 $2,432,528,271 $5,109,763,745 Metroplex 5,543 Upper East Texas $1,311,750,734 $692,648,785 $461,597,023 $252,672,311 $322,198,366 $891,084,774 Southeast Texas $477,085,042 3,876 $180,999,901 56,723 $16,325,642,629 $7,824,554,640 $5,110,569,270 $2,175,597,771 Gulf Coast 11,398 $2,752,380,760 $1,476,310,813 $971,762,896 $502,798,244 Capital $217,748,680 4,818 $601,745,990 $398,560,574 Central Texas $1,142,990,867 Alamo $3,578,070,390 14,451 $624,074,787 $1,227,670,486 $1,865,141,886 $1,871,609,393 $652,790,222 7,888 $357,722,184 $981,412,030 South Texas 3,248 $412,426,889 $792,171,172 $270,730,184 $156,609,155 West Texas $534,568,742 $1,056,255,046 Upper Rio Grande $171,093,253 4,050 $345,977,104 177,220 $7,383,383,524 $15,430,532,595 $23,598,355,948 $46,931,250,896 TOTAL STATE IMPACT SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 83 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

85 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2040 Council of Governments (COG) Region Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent COG (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Panhandle $269,519,295 $176,658,141 $99,212,317 2,114 $521,021,248 South Plains $478,822,919 $254,704,423 $167,942,753 $90,246,880 2,004 $257,714,381 North Texas $140,823,575 $93,964,599 $54,663,406 1,144 North Central Texas $15,398,516,702 $5,036,124,003 $2,390,319,628 57,616 $7,774,270,888 North East Texas $148,152,896 $99,520,840 $57,695,280 1,211 $277,953,577 East Texas $1,033,797,156 $544,495,889 $362,076,184 $194,977,031 4,332 West Central Texas $346,967,394 $182,727,700 $120,347,234 $67,416,365 1,452 $345,977,104 $1,056,255,046 4,050 $171,093,253 Upper Rio Grande $534,568,742 $318,776,209 $609,038,028 Permian Basin 2,507 $121,811,505 $209,934,990 741 Concho Valley $183,133,144 $93,650,681 $60,795,194 $34,797,650 1,846 $81,264,893 $153,787,529 $234,991,063 Heart of Texas $460,567,462 Capital $1,476,310,813 $971,762,896 $502,798,244 11,398 $2,752,380,760 Brazos Valley $300,795,003 $158,520,300 $104,936,073 $59,053,679 1,274 $109,229,131 Deep East Texas $162,468,893 $301,526,113 $62,601,314 1,332 South East Texas $314,616,150 $212,969,234 $118,398,587 2,544 $589,558,662 56,723 $16,325,642,629 $7,824,554,640 $5,110,569,270 $2,175,597,771 Gulf Coast $74,215,539 $111,190,263 $213,878,869 890 $41,844,305 Golden Crescent Alamo 13,561 $1,153,454,947 $1,753,951,623 $3,364,191,521 $582,230,482 921 $203,360,839 $111,019,673 $74,453,066 $44,970,126 South Texas 3,057 Coastal Bend $772,396,889 $388,110,949 $257,046,783 $139,968,977 $797,280,411 $284,826,872 3,460 $151,834,477 $427,991,113 Lower Rio Grande Valley $42,208,642 $206,252,488 $110,415,250 $73,639,742 897 Texoma 1,698 $381,628,402 $208,234,627 $139,836,972 $77,430,108 Central Texas $36,463,501 $20,948,603 $54,290,296 450 $98,571,254 Middle Rio Grande $1,128,111,962 $2,155,891,249 $388,952,877 Border Region 8,883 $741,880,797 TOTAL STATE IMPACT 177,220 $7,383,383,524 $15,430,532,595 $23,598,355,948 $46,931,250,896 SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 84 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

86 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2040 Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and Rural Texas Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent MSA (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Abilene $108,274,784 $71,060,459 $36,706,394 840 $209,646,379 Amarillo $361,433,751 $191,619,305 $126,342,740 $66,648,172 1,498 $480,417,688 Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos $2,633,071,861 $1,415,294,508 $931,856,435 10,917 Beaumont-Port Arthur $589,558,662 $212,969,234 $118,398,587 2,544 $314,616,150 Brownville-Harlingen $154,172,532 $101,712,217 $54,142,214 1,235 $294,747,343 College Station-Bryan $217,944,361 $113,958,376 $75,381,001 $41,196,410 912 Corpus Christi $324,801,464 $214,598,085 $114,508,419 2,533 $656,366,026 41,171 $11,246,891,984 $5,639,889,149 $3,633,696,055 $1,683,774,311 Dallas-Plano-Irving MD* $675,088,481 $1,345,820,204 $3,987,055,516 15,758 Fort Worth-Arlington MD* $2,049,524,230 $523,614,871 $1,035,882,275 El Paso 3,961 $166,458,149 $338,793,051 56,162 Houston-Baytown-Sugar Land $16,197,968,029 $7,756,947,733 $5,065,350,695 $2,147,762,938 1,574 $129,780,394 $193,250,646 Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood $353,544,156 $71,202,016 Laredo $95,936,402 $64,174,200 $38,155,826 790 $176,614,592 Longview $342,138,236 $184,293,378 $123,858,478 $67,011,202 1,482 Lubbock $383,131,358 $204,709,348 $135,280,157 $68,666,384 1,597 McAllen-Edinburg-Pharr $493,697,665 $268,836,585 $179,818,434 $95,600,936 2,183 Midland $148,887,732 $96,977,552 $55,099,454 1,141 $285,513,720 858 $199,620,925 $106,367,508 $71,614,490 $40,134,144 Odessa $26,185,090 582 $74,120,556 $48,050,453 San Angelo $146,008,330 San Antonio-New Braunfels $3,253,865,094 13,099 $560,570,576 $1,115,555,005 $1,696,611,725 579 $129,141,885 $70,787,652 $47,452,477 $26,529,849 Sherman-Denison 459 Texarkana $103,058,220 $56,598,606 $38,121,976 $20,829,351 $180,370,330 $117,689,636 1,406 $62,701,471 Tyler $350,280,989 642 $157,436,004 $80,834,852 $53,912,850 $30,146,757 Victoria 1,502 $380,208,340 $192,962,708 $125,774,613 $64,734,446 Waco $67,086,587 $100,093,977 $38,069,614 814 Wichita Falls $180,030,828 Rural Area $532,644,643 $897,805,119 $1,350,980,843 $2,566,394,369 10,980 177,220 $7,383,383,524 $15,430,532,595 $23,598,355,948 $46,931,250,896 TOTAL STATE IMPACT *Metropolitan Division SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com 85 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

87 The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2040 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Anderson $46,290,842 $26,074,951 $17,621,884 $9,570,753 212 Andrews $15,450,927 $7,864,656 $5,026,664 $3,233,741 60 Angelina $59,516,453 $39,761,050 $22,226,896 483 $111,379,745 Aransas $20,350,090 $9,807,727 $6,270,028 $4,056,253 77 Archer $7,200,467 $3,656,795 $2,348,922 $1,625,393 30 $181,171 Armstrong $1,255,162 $660,395 $452,626 5 Atascosa $34,867,567 $11,910,851 $6,472,243 141 $17,882,354 $44,294,232 $13,590,374 $7,369,159 154 Austin $21,277,619 $5,944,149 $3,086,440 $1,929,126 Bailey 23 $1,345,453 Bandera $12,699,473 $6,391,028 $4,136,699 $2,619,618 51 Bastrop $45,089,756 $22,659,992 $14,711,030 $8,901,093 180 Baylor $1,720,486 $1,153,968 $650,624 14 $3,151,325 Bee $17,901,754 $9,848,404 $6,670,716 $3,958,961 83 Bell $292,778,440 $161,100,366 $108,391,138 $58,706,991 1,309 $2,884,581,195 11,579 $487,279,917 $992,229,091 Bexar $1,508,298,333 $5,413,988 $10,898,037 Blanco 43 $2,033,388 $3,503,212 2 Borden $626,126 $293,765 $177,619 $115,765 $2,076,812 $6,451,811 $12,261,064 Bosque 51 $4,338,532 Bowie $103,058,220 $38,121,976 $20,829,351 459 $56,598,606 Brazoria $156,441,689 $103,399,419 $64,315,557 1,267 $309,548,254 Brazos $193,053,896 $100,762,605 $66,613,226 $35,344,121 803 Brewster $10,368,549 $5,844,832 $3,923,659 $2,175,192 47 $251,209 Briscoe $853,834 $405,560 $196,585 3 Brooks $3,897,032 $1,549,864 $972,808 20 $2,244,289 Brown $19,885,426 $13,408,418 $7,993,360 168 $34,978,607 Burleson $11,034,320 $5,906,933 $3,909,316 $2,642,439 49 Burnet $51,445,239 $26,017,011 $16,936,202 $9,632,260 204 92 $7,615,271 $11,263,702 $4,215,655 Caldwell $21,697,381 $22,334,763 Calhoun 77 $4,030,208 $6,294,518 $9,780,892 $4,147,344 $2,716,282 $1,639,192 33 $8,337,466 Callahan Cameron $294,747,343 $154,172,532 $101,712,217 $54,142,214 1,235 47 Camp $10,840,023 $5,750,540 $3,902,905 $1,971,021 $774,459 $2,955,760 $7,489,360 20 $1,768,218 Carson Cass $11,613,410 $7,806,004 $4,945,945 96 $21,786,213 18 $4,667,719 $2,231,841 $1,402,643 $1,029,089 Castro Chambers $38,946,945 $16,359,256 $10,225,479 $6,073,945 122 Cherokee $36,811,355 $20,077,839 $13,682,772 $7,441,961 166 20 $2,414,095 $991,583 $1,618,869 Childress $4,566,311 Clay $4,538,916 36 $1,641,786 $8,794,199 $3,061,737 6 $280,670 $488,437 $756,624 $1,517,855 Cochran perrymangroup.com 86 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

88 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2040 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Coke $1,799,385 $898,076 $578,948 $398,623 7 Coleman $5,823,806 $3,114,124 $2,078,856 $1,191,568 25 Collin $833,246,869 $548,173,877 $295,787,350 6,443 $1,587,882,443 Collingsworth $2,002,001 $1,098,381 $727,089 $481,779 9 Colorado $21,280,264 $11,176,820 $7,505,403 $4,402,023 94 $47,780,363 Comal $141,840,305 $72,872,302 $26,533,527 586 Comanche $11,018,620 $3,962,976 $2,107,178 47 $5,908,430 $2,029,025 $775,215 $384,352 9 Concho $1,112,938 $56,663,309 $28,682,324 $18,867,033 Cooke 230 $11,787,363 Coryell $44,306,139 $23,441,235 $15,574,838 $9,089,426 193 Cottle $2,069,804 $1,198,179 $805,259 $442,515 9 Crane $1,884,813 $1,307,001 $632,224 15 $3,365,915 Crockett $2,586,568 $1,355,363 $861,999 $753,238 12 Crosby $4,421,882 $2,487,178 $1,704,526 $693,702 20 $491,888 8 $909,350 Culberson $1,551,811 $603,444 Dallam $2,655,725 $4,226,247 32 $1,533,335 $8,197,273 30,024 Dallas $8,472,682,361 $4,201,109,643 $2,689,226,160 $1,175,958,311 37 $4,741,015 Dawson $9,556,789 $2,133,038 $2,926,310 Deaf Smith $12,622,155 $3,888,689 $2,070,694 46 $6,110,781 Delta $1,488,268 $1,030,188 $379,982 11 $2,818,124 Denton $806,408,057 $409,257,537 $266,848,546 $135,843,746 3,120 DeWitt $16,912,717 $9,027,387 $6,061,507 $3,305,058 73 $833,819 Dickens $1,588,891 $543,340 $364,020 7 Dimmit $5,552,007 $2,067,355 $1,318,229 26 $3,019,785 Donley $1,283,057 $881,898 $564,270 11 $2,220,556 Duval $6,614,228 $3,446,584 $2,346,212 $1,167,836 28 Eastland $19,060,603 $9,851,919 $6,518,532 $4,212,780 82 858 $40,134,144 $71,614,490 Ector $199,620,925 $106,367,508 Edwards $968,678 4 $216,774 $291,426 $480,692 $523,614,871 $338,793,051 $166,458,149 3,961 $1,035,882,275 El Paso $41,355,374 $129,211,136 $64,148,981 508 $25,618,689 Ellis Erath $31,725,381 $17,684,466 $12,022,235 $7,081,454 149 33 Falls $7,533,623 $4,131,720 $2,790,325 $1,438,390 $3,891,431 Fannin 88 $7,320,231 $20,447,294 $10,945,274 $27,601,169 $14,490,639 $9,562,117 $4,996,242 114 Fayette $1,387,656 Fisher $2,499,288 $929,682 $538,813 11 Floyd $4,542,708 $2,149,954 $1,375,705 $679,082 16 $242,076 $117,251 3 Foard $599,361 $346,189 Fort Bend $235,557,924 $366,118,437 2,764 $756,341,888 $132,345,280 36 $1,736,574 $2,988,931 $4,448,083 $8,512,313 Franklin perrymangroup.com 87 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

89 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2040 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Freestone $17,185,452 $8,861,224 $5,786,152 $3,989,687 73 Frio $12,024,805 $6,098,442 $4,017,438 $2,271,507 48 Gaines $5,293,228 $3,280,590 $2,236,381 40 $11,398,499 Galveston $403,358,263 $205,412,640 $135,786,015 $73,029,548 1,614 Garza $4,764,593 $2,297,574 $1,463,547 $1,095,144 18 $10,501,001 Gillespie $30,600,895 $15,777,640 $5,858,695 128 Glasscock $686,179 $183,496 $82,043 2 $304,296 $3,130,038 $1,184,717 $831,224 15 Goliad $1,734,977 $13,455,344 $7,184,417 $4,857,848 Gonzales 59 $2,703,977 Gray $32,855,383 $16,918,592 $11,383,687 $6,831,464 138 Grayson $129,141,885 $70,787,652 $47,452,477 $26,529,849 579 Gregg $146,929,714 $99,046,925 $52,856,962 1,185 $268,417,924 Grimes $16,533,102 $8,712,628 $5,839,858 $3,603,882 72 Guadalupe $90,154,297 $46,017,298 $29,887,192 $20,091,674 378 $6,950,552 135 $16,052,519 Hale $28,727,384 $10,753,345 Hall $984,192 $1,529,552 12 $576,740 $2,945,436 27 Hamilton $6,174,722 $3,285,971 $2,212,706 $1,342,691 10 $1,434,156 Hansford $3,397,587 $543,121 $853,858 Hardeman $1,767,880 $648,986 $480,226 9 $983,873 Hardin $21,588,624 $14,167,581 $8,979,098 174 $41,475,616 Harris $13,893,605,324 $6,614,382,085 $4,316,880,873 $1,736,221,274 47,311 Harrison $86,095,505 $43,146,786 $28,953,053 $14,260,426 334 $1,199,970 Hartley $2,497,670 $776,390 $454,366 10 Haskell $4,613,574 $1,709,845 $899,217 20 $2,492,384 Hays $72,466,343 $47,823,681 $26,813,818 579 $136,676,523 Hemphill $4,354,057 $2,058,291 $1,314,968 $774,090 15 Henderson $60,055,017 $30,775,131 $20,269,288 $11,144,560 245 2,183 $95,600,936 $179,818,434 Hidalgo $493,697,665 $268,836,585 Hill $26,201,733 109 $5,163,125 $8,679,558 $13,206,890 $10,209,615 $6,864,096 $4,273,259 86 $19,297,002 Hockley $16,095,344 $47,318,947 $24,190,441 195 $9,160,298 Hood Hopkins $29,447,924 $15,649,206 $10,310,035 $6,875,309 129 74 Houston $18,794,793 $9,762,126 $6,564,633 $2,925,937 $7,092,342 Howard 150 $12,365,943 $35,424,903 $18,501,006 $1,549,137 $791,247 $470,814 $524,998 7 Hudspeth $43,979,115 Hunt $82,440,490 $29,211,434 $18,141,877 362 Hutchinson $24,900,161 $12,141,644 $7,787,802 $6,663,029 101 $563,916 $427,063 7 Irion $2,294,096 $955,302 Jack $2,867,140 $4,439,348 36 $8,991,666 $2,074,957 39 $2,211,435 $3,100,553 $4,824,461 $9,298,181 Jackson perrymangroup.com 88 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

90 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2040 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Jasper $29,409,060 $16,012,680 $10,827,262 $6,386,042 134 Jeff Davis $1,890,480 $993,766 $663,970 $382,790 8 Jefferson $252,254,392 $171,281,371 $92,601,198 2,032 $471,662,320 Jim Hogg $2,899,043 $1,514,751 $951,043 $802,497 12 Jim Wells $47,154,205 $26,709,273 $17,964,538 $10,522,873 220 $49,821,048 Johnson $140,530,134 $74,256,653 $27,413,603 604 Jones $11,563,921 $4,092,034 $2,133,149 49 $6,109,104 $9,323,260 $3,032,046 $1,764,389 36 Karnes $4,608,940 $85,538,007 $44,531,578 $29,703,027 Kaufman 365 $16,850,389 Kendall $43,184,571 $21,550,616 $14,056,785 $8,497,698 172 Kenedy $378,795 $186,872 $119,054 $131,488 2 Kent $229,213 $141,424 $95,325 2 $491,093 Kerr $58,377,467 $30,854,875 $20,349,458 $11,765,314 250 Kimble $4,338,947 $2,036,878 $1,270,200 $879,463 16 $26,241 1 $90,411 King $188,986 $56,386 Kinney $572,298 $913,821 7 $378,321 $1,874,677 118 Kleberg $27,364,460 $14,438,541 $9,650,988 $5,499,818 9 $1,149,073 Knox $2,102,859 $375,868 $775,030 La Salle $3,808,164 $1,434,819 $916,523 18 $2,116,397 Lamar $29,279,751 $19,690,176 $11,235,465 240 $55,975,005 Lamb $7,367,384 $3,613,855 $2,351,413 $1,421,337 28 Lampasas $16,459,577 $8,709,045 $5,814,418 $3,405,598 72 $9,319,146 Lavaca $16,776,624 $6,282,781 $3,477,078 77 Lee $15,191,800 $5,070,723 $2,968,623 61 $7,765,050 Leon $6,983,266 $4,401,826 $3,528,377 57 $13,094,276 Liberty $65,994,233 $35,283,382 $23,868,569 $12,938,000 284 Limestone $17,177,250 $9,376,710 $6,418,348 $3,862,432 79 8 $384,100 $682,479 Lipscomb $2,469,830 $1,112,824 Live Oak $8,398,114 35 $1,948,565 $2,799,454 $4,261,232 $7,329,618 $4,834,207 $2,750,044 59 $14,172,654 Llano $3,598 $15,572 $5,536 0 $2,278 Loving Lubbock $378,709,476 $202,222,170 $133,575,630 $67,972,682 1,577 10 Lynn $2,852,950 $1,396,953 $879,398 $369,705 $2,193,820 Madison 44 $3,497,474 $9,837,907 $5,247,743 $6,265,229 $3,311,794 $2,227,967 $1,326,427 28 Marion $2,490,755 Martin $4,860,353 $1,667,453 $849,606 19 Mason $3,441,326 $1,759,874 $1,156,080 $667,870 14 $13,183,970 $9,509,902 166 Matagorda $41,270,686 $20,174,704 Maverick $8,811,750 $13,224,859 110 $24,753,815 $5,209,241 32 $1,533,779 $2,670,430 $3,949,054 $7,282,691 McCulloch perrymangroup.com 89 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

91 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2040 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) McLennan $380,208,340 $192,962,708 $125,774,613 $64,734,446 1,502 McMullen $361,967 $163,006 $98,654 $55,727 1 Medina $12,583,069 $8,188,904 $4,858,985 101 $25,181,987 Menard $1,132,832 $596,046 $376,152 $291,945 5 Midland $285,513,720 $148,887,732 $96,977,552 $55,099,454 1,141 $5,590,365 Milam $16,031,319 $8,341,226 $3,502,081 69 Mills $2,582,322 $1,067,613 $624,362 13 $1,554,924 $5,563,281 $2,055,553 $1,195,833 25 Mitchell $3,058,186 $19,942,596 $10,200,680 $6,749,302 Montague 83 $3,897,126 Montgomery $632,437,430 $316,658,395 $210,341,204 $104,493,090 2,446 Moore $24,137,487 $10,792,655 $6,793,131 $4,412,188 82 Morris $5,059,995 $3,394,896 $1,569,880 39 $10,641,675 Motley $983,681 $486,394 $309,424 $192,303 4 Nacogdoches $50,493,166 $27,683,211 $18,838,146 $10,996,332 235 $7,966,804 185 $23,108,167 Navarro $44,653,263 $15,463,151 Newton $1,273,515 $1,839,322 16 $875,656 $2,980,141 64 Nolan $15,126,214 $8,103,789 $5,295,515 $3,149,167 2,228 $287,738,446 Nueces $582,548,447 $98,991,688 $189,964,220 Ochiltree $11,457,946 $3,451,845 $2,268,532 41 $5,431,196 Oldham $307,952 $200,813 $188,958 3 $559,986 Orange $76,420,726 $40,773,133 $27,520,282 $16,818,290 338 Palo Pinto $29,740,489 $14,500,193 $9,322,032 $5,817,273 115 $13,559,206 Panola $26,067,819 $9,124,258 $5,162,738 109 Parker $99,776,196 $30,846,829 $19,158,270 379 $48,367,402 Parmer $2,268,411 $1,469,195 $504,444 16 $5,200,951 Pecos $13,773,564 $7,089,178 $4,629,064 $3,183,925 59 Polk $31,495,155 $17,073,977 $11,296,347 $7,070,622 138 1,064 $46,493,159 $90,229,367 Potter $254,689,703 $136,082,756 Presidio $5,012,794 19 $1,060,235 $1,522,166 $2,414,678 $2,335,122 $1,425,985 $1,167,173 18 $5,016,664 Rains $33,892,529 $97,999,526 $51,920,394 409 $19,199,383 Randall Reagan $3,016,442 $1,561,468 $957,574 $838,577 12 9 Real $2,229,514 $1,114,279 $729,329 $424,605 $1,260,488 Red River 28 $2,363,677 $6,796,937 $3,550,588 $6,959,059 $3,588,751 $2,326,943 $1,774,518 30 Reeves $2,011,284 Refugio $3,960,309 $1,249,218 $1,202,482 17 Roberts $129,471 $59,520 $35,827 $38,249 0 $4,858,459 $3,209,851 61 Robertson $13,856,145 $7,288,839 Rockwall $28,147,448 $42,127,157 336 $79,911,367 $15,193,968 29 $1,412,940 $2,365,724 $3,686,481 $7,724,173 Runnels perrymangroup.com 90 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

92 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2040 County Results Total Gross Retail Employment Personal Product Sales (Permanent Expenditures Income (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) County Jobs) (2011 Dollars) Rusk $50,450,241 $25,403,053 $17,004,288 $9,301,582 203 Sabine $6,284,551 $3,383,109 $2,337,591 $1,386,988 29 San Augustine $2,607,214 $1,744,559 $921,322 21 $5,088,143 San Jacinto $10,770,145 $5,489,698 $3,612,958 $2,263,424 45 San Patricio $53,467,489 $27,255,291 $18,363,836 $11,460,478 228 $1,185,894 San Saba $3,295,883 $1,801,860 $758,958 15 Schleicher $1,870,738 $704,377 $252,382 8 $1,009,169 $15,275,301 $5,323,671 $4,136,170 69 Scurry $8,406,457 $2,676,219 $1,388,639 $909,268 Shackelford 11 $597,315 Shelby $18,392,439 $10,166,141 $6,985,031 $4,029,953 85 Sherman $1,359,814 $578,606 $352,623 $215,101 4 Smith $180,370,330 $117,689,636 $62,701,471 1,406 $350,280,989 Somervell $13,949,245 $6,862,511 $4,735,169 $1,810,989 54 Starr $16,884,016 $9,770,676 $6,775,573 $4,265,271 86 $2,238,699 38 $4,492,126 Stephens $7,945,207 $2,963,707 Sterling $384,406 $579,951 5 $324,516 $990,851 4 Stonewall $803,596 $463,598 $313,040 $219,484 39 $4,671,308 Sutton $8,636,011 $2,287,815 $3,009,359 Swisher $3,437,902 $1,002,374 $608,030 12 $1,605,132 Tarrant $1,896,892,232 $1,245,593,521 $615,612,448 14,533 $3,689,274,822 Taylor $189,744,992 $98,018,336 $64,252,142 $32,934,054 758 Terrell $423,699 $242,138 $160,255 $106,417 2 $4,484,000 Terry $8,761,151 $2,766,431 $2,317,774 36 Throckmorton $1,618,574 $535,534 $346,253 7 $835,412 Titus $20,464,990 $13,814,956 $8,862,287 172 $38,917,167 Tom Green $143,714,234 $73,165,254 $47,486,537 $25,758,027 575 Travis $2,124,129,404 $1,144,099,991 $752,485,344 $376,362,801 8,745 28 $1,340,995 $2,266,024 Trinity $6,078,201 $3,375,777 Tyler $10,360,573 45 $2,177,148 $3,722,014 $5,559,184 $11,960,611 $7,807,265 $4,852,658 95 $23,270,070 Upshur $1,003,013 $3,008,786 $1,543,953 12 $580,666 Upton Uvalde $20,834,805 $11,135,001 $7,446,142 $4,107,014 91 163 Val Verde $34,465,769 $19,836,202 $13,390,052 $7,354,499 $7,266,655 Van Zandt 154 $12,499,534 $32,168,713 $18,445,802 $131,971,203 $69,318,984 $46,433,615 $25,285,325 550 Victoria $20,188,248 Walker $36,648,821 $13,538,779 $7,713,673 166 Waller $42,671,315 $19,524,531 $12,087,879 $8,713,660 155 $3,985,911 $2,896,138 51 Ward $11,640,037 $6,150,721 Washington $15,815,913 $23,618,286 189 $43,385,357 $8,531,190 790 $38,155,826 $64,174,200 $95,936,402 $176,614,592 Webb perrymangroup.com 91 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

93 (continued) The Annual Benefits Resulting from Reduced Health Care Costs Associated with the More Efficient Use of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses on Business Activity in Texas as of 2040 County Results Total Personal Retail Employment Gross Expenditures Product Income Sales (Permanent (2011 Dollars) County (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) (2011 Dollars) Jobs) Wharton $21,556,832 $14,603,381 $8,472,659 180 $39,244,974 23 $4,753,968 $2,691,527 $1,800,094 $1,234,397 Wheeler Wichita $34,802,436 $61,675,928 $91,898,265 748 $164,036,162 $16,142,167 Wilbarger 69 $3,222,469 $5,693,479 $8,515,936 41 Willacy $8,835,403 $4,981,996 $2,091,327 $3,296,222 $109,221,109 $164,804,480 Williamson $305,478,797 1,321 $64,124,321 91 $4,216,912 $7,365,121 $11,016,725 Wilson $21,355,699 $3,527,158 $1,658,825 $2,299,087 Winkler $6,712,974 29 242 $57,474,363 $30,007,943 $19,558,805 $12,904,161 Wise Wood $10,820,426 131 $5,952,643 $16,355,010 $31,766,764 $9,154,826 $4,536,914 Yoakum $2,881,950 $2,264,957 37 108 $25,018,755 $13,324,907 $8,717,802 $5,708,624 Young $2,552,249 $3,797,843 $6,963,187 Zapata 33 $1,746,532 Zavala $4,083,824 $2,449,260 $1,720,330 $1,023,397 22 $46,931,250,896 $23,598,355,948 $15,430,532,595 $7,383,383,524 177,220 TOTAL STATE IMPACT SOURCE: US Multi-Regional Im pact Assessm ent System , The Perrym an Group perrymangroup.com © 20 92 by The Perryman Group 12

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95 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Forestry, Fishing, Agriculture Fishing, Related, Forestry & & Forestry Total Oil & Gas Total Hunting, Farm Agriculture Logging Trapping Support Mining Extraction Date Other $6,394.615 2001 $1,427.528 $261.740 $146.482 $1,019.306 $44,071.477 $35,729.969 $4,967.087 2002 $7,456.156 $6,032.070 $1,424.086 $241.350 $132.086 $1,050.650 $39,217.479 $31,950.210 2003 $8,094.240 $6,619.089 $1,475.151 $247.927 $127.936 $1,099.288 $57,914.782 $48,478.872 2004 $9,877.460 $1,568.671 $245.351 $127.758 $1,195.562 $68,249.420 $56,974.450 $8,308.789 2005 $7,469.879 $1,769.611 $288.976 $128.270 $1,352.365 $91,258.056 $75,638.412 $9,239.490 2006 $7,291.057 $5,653.905 $1,637.152 $255.267 $116.212 $1,265.673 $97,228.563 $77,392.590 2007 $8,735.006 $7,112.913 $1,622.093 $254.211 $122.378 $1,245.504 $111,209.986 $86,643.461 $1,544.032 $7,934.640 $6,390.608 2008 $244.883 $109.732 $1,189.417 $142,152.575 $113,610.643 2009 $6,045.850 $1,578.795 $251.100 $117.418 $1,210.277 $98,488.784 $74,094.087 $4,467.055 $6,013.701 $1,483.259 $228.690 $102.251 $1,152.319 $147,298.587 $123,035.307 2010 $4,530.442 $5,974.979 $4,477.261 $1,497.717 $227.660 2011 $1,168.382 $178,621.641 $149,502.713 $101.675 2012 $6,206.844 $4,625.735 $1,581.109 $236.929 $105.695 $1,238.485 $194,812.437 $166,494.670 2013 $6,466.505 $4,792.575 $1,673.930 $247.267 $110.182 $1,316.481 $210,752.948 $181,422.742 2014 $6,759.703 $1,778.080 $258.897 $115.234 $1,403.949 $228,497.662 $197,255.167 $4,981.623 2015 $5,175.533 $1,887.873 $270.937 $120.457 $1,496.480 $247,649.106 $214,283.496 $7,063.406 2016 $7,377.843 $5,374.284 $2,003.559 $283.394 $125.853 $1,594.312 $266,457.033 $231,070.066 2017 $7,703.240 $5,577.848 $2,125.392 $296.275 $131.424 $1,697.692 $285,420.493 $248,053.446 $305,343.815 $1,806.873 $137.174 $309.586 $2,253.633 $5,786.185 $265,934.259 $8,039.818 2018 $284,728.805 $326,241.546 $1,922.115 $143.103 $323.333 $2,388.551 $5,999.245 2019 $8,387.795 2020 $8,747.387 $2,530.420 $337.520 $149.213 $2,043.687 $348,125.447 $304,450.791 $6,216.967 2021 $6,439.280 $2,679.523 $352.153 $155.506 $2,171.864 $371,004.226 $325,111.169 $9,118.803 2022 $9,502.247 $6,666.100 $2,836.146 $367.236 $161.983 $2,306.928 $394,883.288 $346,717.895 2023 $9,897.917 $6,897.334 $3,000.584 $382.772 $168.645 $2,449.167 $419,764.494 $369,275.696 $10,306.007 2024 $7,132.874 $3,173.134 $398.764 $175.492 $2,598.877 $445,645.928 $392,785.838 2025 $7,372.601 $3,354.101 $415.215 $182.526 $2,756.360 $472,521.676 $417,245.901 $10,726.702 2026 $11,160.180 $7,616.384 $3,543.795 $432.128 $189.746 $2,921.922 $500,381.614 $442,649.570 2027 $11,606.610 $7,864.080 $3,742.530 $449.502 $197.152 $3,095.877 $529,211.212 $468,986.429 $204.743 $496,241.779 $558,991.359 $3,278.543 2028 $12,066.155 $8,115.531 $3,950.625 $467.339 $8,370.567 $524,396.473 $589,698.197 $212.519 $485.637 $4,168.400 $12,538.967 2029 $3,470.244 $8,629.005 $4,396.183 $504.397 $220.479 $3,671.307 $621,302.990 $553,426.762 $13,025.188 2030 $523.615 $13,524.948 $8,890.654 $4,634.294 $583,304.218 $228.621 $3,882.059 $653,772.055 2031 2032 $14,038.368 $9,155.308 $4,883.060 $543.287 $236.942 $4,102.830 $687,066.635 $613,995.594 $645,462.748 2033 $14,565.556 $9,422.752 $5,142.804 $563.410 $245.441 $4,333.953 $721,142.833 $15,106.606 $9,692.754 $677,662.587 2034 $755,951.588 $4,575.760 $5,413.852 $583.978 $254.113 $15,661.602 $9,965.074 $5,696.528 $604.985 $262.957 $4,828.586 $791,438.670 $710,547.056 2035 $5,991.162 2036 $16,230.633 $10,239.471 $5,092.770 $626.424 $271.967 $827,543.343 $744,061.966 2037 $16,813.776 $10,515.694 $6,298.082 $648.287 $281.141 $5,368.653 $864,199.573 $778,147.974 $812,740.674 $901,336.129 $5,656.575 2038 $17,411.097 $10,793.481 $6,617.616 $670.567 $290.474 $847,770.718 $938,876.721 $5,956.874 $299.962 $693.252 $6,950.088 $11,072.560 $18,022.648 2039 $309.599 $18,648.471 $883,163.953 $976,740.173 $6,269.888 $11,352.651 $7,295.820 $716.334 2040 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 94 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

96 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Mining Support Specialty Heavy & Activities for Total Civil Eng. Trade Total (Except Construction Mining Oil & Gas) Construction of Buildings Construction Contractors Manufacturing Date Utilities $965.304 2001 $24,255.453 $40,258.712 $12,235.790 $5,648.916 $22,374.006 $92,274.322 $7,376.204 2002 $907.427 $6,359.842 $24,865.472 $41,870.968 $13,220.942 $5,864.244 $22,785.782 $94,459.945 2003 $950.674 $8,485.236 $27,677.572 $43,473.838 $13,634.576 $5,863.066 $23,976.196 $93,158.092 2004 $1,043.517 $30,679.882 $45,647.959 $14,104.610 $6,161.344 $25,382.005 $119,031.023 $10,231.453 2005 $14,449.689 $31,881.061 $51,825.218 $15,789.948 $7,245.870 $28,789.400 $125,539.229 $1,169.955 2006 $1,538.058 $18,297.915 $25,713.582 $56,129.468 $17,122.570 $8,583.363 $30,423.535 $158,471.416 2007 $1,609.343 $22,957.182 $26,635.212 $59,368.394 $17,811.963 $9,499.812 $32,056.619 $172,047.230 $28,722.353 $2,029.664 $26,512.268 2008 $59,386.392 $17,473.086 $10,623.146 $31,290.160 $152,491.391 2009 $2,119.429 $28,132.387 $51,433.749 $15,259.615 $9,433.151 $26,740.983 $148,912.310 $22,275.268 $1,859.711 $28,037.874 $48,965.950 $13,950.117 $8,816.308 $26,199.524 $157,147.776 2010 $22,403.570 $2,282.133 $26,836.794 $30,607.426 $52,739.278 2011 $9,569.446 $28,538.003 $168,872.668 $14,631.828 2012 $2,268.939 $26,048.828 $32,687.105 $56,287.901 $15,537.432 $10,206.487 $30,543.982 $181,519.628 2013 $2,402.179 $26,928.027 $34,786.727 $60,106.742 $16,485.995 $10,897.220 $32,723.527 $194,507.229 2014 $2,615.113 $37,485.354 $64,054.140 $17,433.403 $11,616.970 $35,003.767 $207,544.483 $28,627.383 2015 $30,511.790 $40,377.484 $68,126.299 $18,380.427 $12,364.432 $37,381.440 $220,630.557 $2,853.819 2016 $3,092.300 $32,294.667 $42,738.698 $72,212.788 $19,302.389 $13,118.187 $39,792.212 $234,137.456 2017 $3,335.538 $34,031.509 $44,973.392 $76,365.558 $20,215.827 $13,887.000 $42,262.732 $248,193.270 $44,803.996 $14,674.398 $21,129.464 $80,607.858 $47,233.245 $35,816.653 $262,645.207 $3,592.903 2018 $277,771.566 $47,369.699 $15,465.159 $22,024.584 $84,859.441 $49,564.007 $37,648.002 2019 $3,864.739 2020 $4,151.366 $51,963.928 $89,290.859 $22,948.346 $16,289.613 $50,052.900 $293,642.883 $39,523.290 2021 $41,439.990 $54,430.824 $93,914.506 $23,904.908 $17,149.600 $52,859.999 $310,287.700 $4,453.067 2022 $4,770.084 $43,395.309 $56,962.057 $98,734.173 $24,897.548 $18,045.057 $55,791.568 $327,735.144 2023 $5,102.611 $45,386.186 $59,554.513 $103,752.278 $25,928.589 $18,975.829 $58,847.859 $346,014.906 $5,450.795 2024 $47,409.295 $62,204.579 $108,976.175 $27,000.907 $19,942.833 $62,032.435 $365,157.223 2025 $49,461.049 $64,908.124 $114,407.466 $28,116.427 $20,945.819 $65,345.220 $385,192.845 $5,814.725 2026 $6,194.434 $51,537.610 $67,660.471 $120,053.780 $29,277.878 $21,985.809 $68,790.093 $406,153.009 2027 $6,589.891 $53,634.893 $70,456.387 $125,919.105 $30,487.771 $23,062.996 $72,368.338 $428,069.407 $31,750.546 $450,974.146 $76,086.181 $24,179.150 2028 $7,000.999 $55,748.580 $73,290.080 $132,015.877 $57,874.130 $474,899.714 $79,939.909 $33,068.551 $138,341.338 $76,155.185 $7,427.593 2029 $25,332.879 $60,006.795 $79,044.765 $144,905.914 $34,445.728 $26,525.593 $83,934.594 $499,878.934 $7,869.433 2030 $151,695.925 $8,326.204 $62,141.634 $81,952.523 $525,944.922 $35,881.626 $27,753.972 $88,060.327 2031 2032 $8,797.512 $64,273.529 $84,871.796 $158,696.776 $37,372.232 $29,015.365 $92,309.179 $553,131.036 $581,470.821 2033 $9,282.882 $66,397.203 $87,795.577 $165,908.516 $38,914.252 $30,310.470 $96,683.793 $9,781.757 $68,507.244 $610,997.959 2034 $101,186.083 $31,639.758 $90,716.535 $173,330.758 $40,504.917 $10,293.493 $70,598.121 $93,627.046 $180,962.662 $42,141.836 $33,003.505 $105,817.322 $641,746.203 2035 $96,519.106 2036 $10,817.339 $72,664.038 $34,401.815 $188,802.918 $43,822.884 $110,578.219 $673,747.770 2037 $11,352.455 $74,699.144 $99,384.419 $196,849.725 $45,546.122 $35,834.640 $115,468.963 $707,034.490 $741,637.705 $120,489.257 $37,301.789 2038 $11,897.914 $76,697.540 $102,214.425 $205,100.778 $47,309.732 $777,588.158 $125,638.344 $38,802.941 $49,111.965 $213,553.250 $105,000.335 $78,653.301 $12,452.701 2039 $50,951.106 $13,015.714 $814,915.882 $130,915.027 $40,337.649 $80,560.506 $107,733.169 $222,203.783 2040 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 95 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

97 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Electrical NonMetallic Fabricated Computer & Equipment & Primary Wood Metal Metal Machinery Electronic Appliance Durable Mineral Goods Products Products Mfg. Products Date Products Manufacturing Mfg. 2001 $51,189.468 $1,644.698 $4,128.134 $2,191.770 $8,252.355 $7,044.521 $14,229.886 $1,911.107 2002 $52,068.345 $1,686.744 $4,654.429 $1,974.616 $7,867.680 $6,315.606 $14,131.715 $2,047.529 2003 $48,399.588 $4,039.044 $1,767.872 $7,266.456 $6,469.358 $12,505.088 $1,967.396 $1,737.338 2004 $1,868.983 $4,608.721 $3,255.352 $7,749.737 $9,643.355 $15,485.376 $1,846.177 $56,708.634 2005 $62,072.053 $1,842.082 $5,373.223 $2,826.404 $9,507.468 $10,960.823 $16,207.690 $2,027.554 2006 $76,609.402 $1,494.421 $4,377.035 $3,421.742 $10,436.324 $12,746.873 $27,956.194 $2,146.173 $15,011.992 2007 $77,248.074 $4,248.596 $3,365.667 $12,192.740 $1,460.768 $21,947.694 $1,994.328 2008 $80,103.682 $4,065.354 $4,041.059 $12,714.688 $14,756.853 $23,948.790 $2,380.788 $1,382.939 $77,782.850 $3,732.740 $2,649.784 $11,185.828 $12,575.394 $25,992.626 $2,543.585 2009 $1,297.695 $79,437.863 $1,287.397 $4,206.377 $2,547.147 2010 $15,964.310 $21,568.848 $2,490.871 $13,828.351 2011 $85,540.828 $1,384.860 $4,601.611 $2,760.436 $14,683.005 $17,443.344 $23,115.905 $2,649.871 2012 $91,364.473 $1,477.631 $4,992.275 $2,967.689 $15,461.316 $18,901.499 $24,571.135 $2,795.963 2013 $97,284.463 $5,398.567 $3,181.126 $16,228.160 $20,415.222 $26,036.003 $2,940.866 $1,571.802 2014 $1,663.935 $5,808.790 $3,393.914 $16,948.033 $21,940.126 $27,453.264 $3,078.162 $103,087.847 2015 $108,891.789 $1,755.931 $6,229.397 $3,609.974 $17,640.970 $23,500.511 $28,854.282 $3,211.481 2016 $114,725.366 $1,848.265 $6,662.123 $3,830.399 $18,311.841 $25,102.781 $30,246.584 $3,341.716 $7,110.540 $1,941.884 $3,470.567 $120,647.164 2017 $31,645.289 $26,760.216 $18,969.889 $4,057.304 $3,592.998 $19,587.572 $33,004.129 $28,434.162 $4,284.936 $7,564.419 $2,033.967 $126,481.699 2018 2019 $132,483.813 $8,039.026 $4,522.059 $20,204.650 $30,181.869 $34,389.495 $3,716.300 $2,128.619 2020 $2,226.582 $8,537.679 $4,770.534 $20,827.185 $32,015.507 $35,812.555 $3,841.622 $138,699.823 2021 $145,133.284 $2,327.910 $9,061.187 $5,030.798 $21,454.514 $33,937.783 $37,273.234 $3,968.883 2022 $151,787.579 $2,432.656 $9,610.357 $5,303.300 $22,085.944 $35,951.392 $38,771.396 $4,097.997 $10,185.994 2023 $158,665.905 $2,540.868 $38,059.006 $5,588.500 $22,720.753 $40,306.837 $4,228.870 2024 $165,771.254 $10,788.900 $5,886.869 $23,358.195 $40,263.264 $41,879.283 $4,361.403 $2,652.593 2025 $2,767.875 $11,419.866 $6,198.890 $23,997.500 $42,566.765 $43,488.389 $4,495.489 $173,106.400 2026 $180,673.886 $2,886.752 $12,079.677 $6,525.055 $24,637.871 $44,972.060 $45,133.737 $4,631.016 2027 $188,476.004 $3,009.262 $12,769.105 $6,865.870 $25,278.492 $47,481.641 $46,814.837 $4,767.867 $4,905.918 $48,531.119 $50,097.932 2028 $196,514.780 $3,135.438 $13,488.907 $7,221.848 $25,918.526 2029 $3,265.307 $5,045.038 $50,281.939 $52,823.281 $26,557.117 $7,593.515 $14,239.821 $204,791.962 $3,398.896 $15,022.567 $7,981.408 $27,193.392 $55,659.946 $52,066.573 $5,185.092 $213,309.002 2030 $8,386.072 $222,067.040 $3,536.225 $15,837.840 $5,325.946 $27,826.464 $58,610.086 $53,884.216 2031 2032 $231,066.889 $3,677.311 $16,686.308 $8,808.064 $28,455.432 $61,675.750 $55,733.984 $5,467.459 $5,609.488 2033 $240,309.024 $3,822.165 $17,568.610 $9,247.950 $29,079.383 $64,858.870 $57,614.910 $249,793.559 $3,970.796 $5,751.884 2034 $59,525.947 $68,161.243 $18,485.353 $9,706.305 $29,697.397 $259,520.241 $4,123.206 $19,437.108 $10,183.714 $30,308.548 $71,584.528 $61,465.965 $5,894.495 2035 $20,424.399 2036 $269,488.335 $4,279.390 $75,130.202 $10,680.768 $30,911.894 $63,433.732 $6,037.163 2037 $279,696.690 $4,439.340 $21,447.705 $11,198.063 $31,506.489 $78,799.574 $65,427.928 $6,179.724 $6,322.013 $67,447.149 $82,593.767 2038 $290,143.721 $4,603.040 $22,507.460 $11,736.207 $32,091.389 2039 $69,489.907 $86,513.713 $32,665.649 $12,295.810 $6,463.862 $23,604.044 $4,770.469 $300,827.397 $33,228.330 2040 $6,605.096 $71,554.629 $90,560.137 $311,745.230 $12,877.490 $24,737.784 $4,941.600 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 96 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

98 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Transportation Motor Furniture Beverage & Equipment, Excl. Motor Misc. NonDurable Food Tobacco Textile Vehicle & Related Manufacturing Vehicles Mfg. Mfg. Goods Mfg. Products Mills Date 2001 $3,706.238 $1,383.483 $2,149.816 $41,084.854 $7,250.268 $1,371.932 $141.402 $4,547.460 2002 $4,635.717 $1,411.622 $2,493.406 $42,391.600 $8,118.769 $1,617.916 $159.143 $4,849.281 2003 $4,977.571 $3,650.118 $1,505.694 $2,513.653 $44,758.504 $7,960.038 $1,525.333 $169.809 2004 $3,425.570 $1,398.839 $2,970.010 $62,322.389 $8,377.360 $1,688.573 $146.999 $4,456.514 2005 $5,622.723 $1,593.365 $2,786.431 $63,467.176 $8,071.942 $1,485.510 $169.209 $3,324.290 2006 $5,150.426 $4,214.693 $1,817.289 $2,848.232 $81,862.014 $9,148.805 $1,703.194 $152.464 2007 $5,170.428 $6,664.754 $1,679.265 $3,511.842 $94,799.156 $8,323.611 $1,684.346 $145.677 2008 $4,234.694 $7,809.574 $1,356.771 $3,412.172 $72,387.709 $8,048.230 $1,798.568 $170.997 2009 $4,268.893 $1,383.805 $3,344.061 $71,129.460 $9,145.550 $1,974.125 $142.196 $8,808.439 $5,118.232 $1,426.586 $3,203.287 $77,709.913 $10,335.756 $2,227.410 $201.349 2010 $7,796.458 $5,521.357 $8,441.478 $1,541.170 $3,397.794 2011 $11,137.135 $2,349.243 $213.762 $83,331.839 2012 $5,906.886 $9,064.139 $1,651.329 $3,574.610 $90,155.155 $12,105.027 $2,499.221 $228.908 2013 $6,298.872 $9,701.212 $1,763.808 $3,748.824 $97,222.766 $13,112.101 $2,649.628 $244.284 2014 $6,683.348 $1,874.734 $3,912.298 $104,456.636 $14,147.714 $2,798.099 $259.673 $10,331.243 2015 $10,965.598 $1,986.207 $4,069.729 $111,738.767 $15,195.586 $2,941.372 $274.768 $7,067.708 2016 $7,453.657 $11,606.958 $2,098.743 $4,222.298 $119,412.090 $16,302.087 $3,088.333 $290.398 2017 $7,844.829 $12,261.053 $2,213.404 $4,372.188 $127,546.106 $17,476.808 $3,240.300 $306.696 $136,163.508 $4,513.104 $2,326.958 $12,909.820 $8,229.636 $323.677 $18,722.984 $3,397.309 2018 $20,043.935 $145,287.752 $4,654.254 $2,444.076 $13,578.990 $8,624.475 2019 $341.355 $3,559.392 2020 $9,032.193 $2,565.622 $4,797.079 $154,943.061 $21,443.063 $3,726.572 $359.744 $14,273.264 2021 $14,992.981 $2,691.678 $4,941.468 $165,154.417 $22,923.851 $3,898.863 $378.857 $9,452.847 2022 $9,886.469 $15,738.446 $2,822.319 $5,087.303 $175,947.564 $24,489.860 $4,076.274 $398.707 2023 $10,333.068 $16,509.928 $2,957.617 $5,234.463 $187,349.001 $26,144.722 $4,258.804 $419.306 $10,792.627 2024 $17,307.659 $3,097.641 $5,382.821 $199,385.969 $27,892.142 $4,446.446 $440.667 2025 $18,131.829 $3,242.453 $5,532.243 $212,086.444 $29,735.889 $4,639.182 $462.798 $11,265.103 2026 $11,750.427 $18,982.586 $3,392.112 $5,682.593 $225,479.123 $31,679.792 $4,836.986 $485.711 2027 $12,248.501 $19,860.031 $3,546.671 $5,833.726 $239,593.403 $33,727.738 $5,039.824 $509.415 $254,459.366 $533.918 $5,247.653 $35,883.663 2028 $12,759.199 $20,764.221 $3,706.178 $5,985.495 $21,695.160 $559.228 $5,460.420 $270,107.751 $6,137.748 $3,870.673 $13,282.363 2029 $38,151.548 $22,652.800 $4,040.192 $6,290.328 $286,569.932 $40,535.411 $5,678.063 $585.351 $13,817.807 2030 $6,443.075 $14,365.312 $23,637.041 $4,214.763 $612.292 $303,877.883 $43,039.302 $5,900.510 2031 2032 $14,924.628 $24,647.725 $4,394.406 $6,595.822 $322,064.146 $45,667.294 $6,127.682 $640.056 $668.647 2033 $15,495.473 $25,684.636 $4,579.135 $6,748.403 $341,161.797 $48,423.476 $6,359.486 $16,077.531 $26,747.500 $698.067 2034 $6,595.824 $51,311.945 $4,768.956 $6,900.646 $361,204.400 $16,670.453 $27,835.981 $4,963.868 $7,052.375 $382,225.962 $54,336.796 $6,836.585 $728.317 2035 $5,163.858 2036 $17,273.852 $28,949.668 $57,501.991 $7,203.411 $404,259.435 $7,081.623 $759.393 2037 $17,887.304 $30,088.086 $5,368.904 $7,353.573 $427,337.800 $60,811.444 $7,330.778 $791.292 $824.007 $7,583.877 $64,269.007 2038 $18,510.353 $31,250.692 $5,578.976 $7,502.674 $451,493.984 $857.530 $7,840.733 $67,878.461 $476,760.761 $7,650.530 $5,794.035 $32,436.874 $19,142.506 2039 $503,170.652 $19,783.235 $891.850 $8,101.148 $71,643.498 $33,645.950 $6,014.029 $7,796.951 2040 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 97 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

99 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Textile Printing Petroleum Chemical Plastics & Leather & Paper Allied & Related & Coal Manu- Rubber Apparel Manu- Product Manufacturing Products facturing Support Products Date Products Mills facturing $300.574 $1,608.117 $373.618 $2,481.887 $2,889.326 $9,441.188 $11,167.077 $4,059.465 2001 $321.274 $1,191.370 $284.707 $2,408.500 $2,486.006 $6,603.784 $15,368.839 $3,831.292 2002 $317.644 2003 $2,251.081 $2,574.770 $7,971.954 $17,428.442 $3,635.601 $617.907 $305.925 $274.949 $202.021 $2,306.683 $2,396.972 $16,483.813 $25,669.191 $4,232.252 2004 $543.576 $332.325 $524.515 $251.011 $2,103.615 $2,465.373 $13,360.077 $30,387.918 $4,315.681 2005 $304.120 $372.226 $213.765 $2,145.762 $1,994.437 $28,148.761 $33,318.249 $4,360.231 2006 $1,999.050 $287.256 $417.742 $279.767 $2,164.147 2007 $42,837.599 $31,997.124 $4,662.837 2008 $314.138 $285.037 $1,956.024 $1,897.288 $26,249.134 $26,943.325 $4,333.178 $391.790 $284.987 $167.233 $2,315.589 $1,739.841 $26,149.951 $25,116.427 $3,875.804 2009 $217.757 $366.346 $417.069 $299.363 $2,331.323 2010 $19,922.236 $33,941.673 $5,517.202 $2,150.186 2011 $384.651 $434.844 $308.931 $2,409.591 $2,279.887 $20,888.669 $36,960.451 $5,964.675 2012 $407.418 $457.230 $321.514 $2,511.780 $2,438.115 $22,089.666 $40,592.609 $6,503.665 2013 $430.095 $333.403 $2,608.985 $2,598.084 $23,277.029 $44,423.901 $7,066.223 $479.033 2014 $499.829 $344.320 $2,699.029 $2,757.430 $24,429.829 $48,421.795 $7,646.607 $452.310 2015 $473.550 $519.054 $353.909 $2,779.077 $2,912.857 $25,519.876 $52,532.776 $8,235.942 2016 $495.258 $538.291 $363.274 $2,857.781 $3,073.092 $26,624.442 $56,919.834 $8,859.298 $372.555 $557.745 $517.645 2017 $9,521.967 $61,622.653 $27,754.024 $3,239.466 $2,936.247 $66,659.584 $10,225.799 $28,907.920 $3,014.347 $381.735 $577.390 $540.718 2018 $3,412.045 2019 $564.481 $390.797 $3,091.953 $3,590.884 $30,085.356 $72,049.710 $10,972.688 $597.201 2020 $617.151 $399.724 $3,168.938 $3,776.030 $31,285.486 $77,812.847 $11,764.569 $588.937 2021 $614.090 $637.211 $408.498 $3,245.172 $3,967.519 $32,507.390 $83,969.550 $12,603.415 2022 $639.943 $657.354 $417.103 $3,320.525 $4,165.373 $33,750.077 $90,541.112 $13,491.236 $425.523 2023 $666.497 $677.549 $35,012.487 $3,394.868 $4,369.607 $97,549.564 $14,430.073 2024 $693.753 $433.740 $3,468.074 $4,580.220 $36,293.488 $105,017.676 $15,421.998 $697.765 2025 $717.972 $441.739 $3,540.014 $4,797.200 $37,591.881 $112,968.946 $16,469.111 $721.711 2026 $750.371 $738.139 $449.504 $3,610.564 $5,020.524 $38,906.401 $121,427.597 $17,573.534 2027 $779.730 $758.231 $457.021 $3,679.598 $5,250.152 $40,235.718 $130,418.567 $18,737.408 $19,962.892 $139,967.494 $41,578.440 2028 $809.786 $778.218 $464.273 $3,746.995 $5,486.033 2029 $798.066 $21,252.155 $150,100.700 $42,933.115 $5,728.101 $3,812.635 $471.247 $840.536 $817.742 $477.930 $3,876.402 $5,976.277 $44,298.233 $160,845.178 $22,607.370 $871.976 2030 $3,938.183 $904.101 $837.212 $484.307 $24,030.716 $6,230.467 $45,672.230 $172,228.564 2031 2032 $936.904 $856.442 $490.368 $3,997.867 $6,490.561 $47,053.489 $184,279.118 $25,524.366 $27,090.486 2033 $970.378 $875.401 $496.099 $4,055.350 $6,756.435 $48,440.347 $197,025.692 $1,004.517 $894.053 $28,731.228 2034 $210,497.702 $49,831.094 $501.491 $4,110.528 $7,027.951 $1,039.310 $912.367 $506.532 $4,163.307 $7,304.954 $51,223.979 $224,725.094 $30,448.721 2035 $511.212 2036 $1,074.745 $930.306 $52,617.011 $4,213.575 $7,587.248 $239,737.382 $32,244.948 2037 $1,110.806 $947.834 $515.520 $4,261.230 $7,874.613 $54,008.148 $255,564.303 $34,121.832 $36,081.228 $272,235.742 $55,395.299 2038 $1,147.476 $964.916 $519.446 $4,306.172 $8,166.814 2039 $289,781.655 $56,776.332 $8,463.596 $4,348.308 $38,124.911 $522.982 $981.516 $1,184.737 $4,387.548 $308,231.987 $58,149.077 $8,764.682 $40,254.574 $526.118 $997.600 $1,222.569 2040 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 98 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

100 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Furniture Building Electronics & Home Material Motor Food & Vehicle & Retail & Appliance & Garden Beverage Wholesale Total Furnishing Trade Trade Date Stores Stores Stores Stores Trade Part Dealers $109,159.852 $54,500.780 $54,659.072 $12,230.031 $2,276.821 $3,168.556 $3,973.577 $7,765.836 2001 $111,241.236 $53,997.131 $57,244.105 $12,930.171 $2,344.561 $2,949.108 $4,234.553 $7,980.884 2002 $113,684.249 2003 $13,200.938 $2,299.350 $2,793.116 $4,375.720 $8,224.203 $55,052.076 $58,632.173 $118,770.440 $59,047.550 $13,063.111 $2,320.898 $2,886.765 $4,606.421 $8,387.252 2004 $59,722.890 $126,966.194 $63,399.238 $63,566.956 $14,090.974 $2,507.086 $3,167.181 $5,057.805 $8,542.476 2005 $133,535.231 $67,943.861 $65,591.370 $14,529.943 $2,695.855 $3,253.973 $5,579.494 $8,809.611 2006 $2,992.471 $143,918.862 $75,403.193 $68,515.669 $15,439.646 2007 $3,348.862 $5,807.684 $9,107.882 2008 $144,516.942 $66,481.948 $14,586.097 $2,806.132 $3,311.812 $5,786.155 $9,298.089 $78,034.994 $139,928.862 $65,021.656 $13,314.987 $2,558.522 $3,069.137 $5,648.108 $9,608.496 2009 $74,907.206 $142,486.276 $74,247.012 $68,239.265 $14,987.668 2010 $3,406.571 $5,926.564 $9,596.647 $2,901.273 2011 $150,579.720 $78,574.101 $72,005.619 $15,821.424 $3,071.975 $3,597.547 $6,245.941 $10,152.460 2012 $159,705.057 $83,452.400 $76,252.656 $16,761.684 $3,264.350 $3,812.664 $6,606.064 $10,778.867 2013 $170,468.655 $81,267.155 $17,871.675 $3,490.926 $4,066.294 $7,031.575 $11,517.013 $89,201.500 2014 $95,678.276 $86,912.167 $19,121.517 $3,746.137 $4,351.620 $7,510.373 $12,348.256 $182,590.443 2015 $195,190.257 $102,423.903 $92,766.354 $20,418.689 $4,012.034 $4,647.553 $8,005.866 $13,213.241 2016 $208,329.733 $109,471.868 $98,857.865 $21,769.487 $4,289.928 $4,955.476 $8,520.393 $14,116.193 $104,838.031 $116,437.542 $221,275.574 2017 $15,007.431 $9,023.842 $5,257.872 $4,564.739 $23,097.208 $9,539.813 $15,926.180 $5,568.449 $24,462.315 $110,981.162 $123,625.682 $234,606.844 2018 $4,848.400 2019 $248,313.463 $117,281.594 $25,863.652 $5,140.731 $5,886.885 $10,067.744 $16,871.778 $131,031.868 2020 $138,768.250 $123,837.741 $27,323.022 $5,446.126 $6,218.081 $10,615.999 $17,858.561 $262,605.992 2021 $277,494.115 $146,841.305 $130,652.810 $28,841.259 $5,764.835 $6,562.159 $11,184.743 $18,887.240 2022 $292,986.566 $155,257.037 $137,729.529 $30,419.095 $6,097.090 $6,919.213 $11,774.096 $19,958.458 $145,070.112 2023 $309,091.049 $164,020.937 $7,289.307 $32,057.155 $6,443.100 $12,384.135 $21,072.788 2024 $325,814.150 $152,676.223 $33,755.945 $6,803.049 $7,672.476 $13,014.886 $22,230.722 $173,137.927 2025 $182,612.317 $160,548.944 $35,515.846 $7,177.100 $8,068.717 $13,666.321 $23,432.668 $343,161.261 2026 $361,136.489 $192,447.754 $168,688.735 $37,337.109 $7,565.385 $8,477.996 $14,338.361 $24,678.943 2027 $379,742.578 $202,647.171 $177,095.407 $39,219.840 $7,968.007 $8,900.240 $15,030.869 $25,969.767 $27,305.257 $15,743.649 $9,335.338 2028 $398,980.830 $213,212.745 $185,768.085 $41,164.000 $8,385.040 2029 $224,145.845 $28,685.422 $16,476.444 $9,783.140 $8,816.522 $43,169.394 $194,705.178 $418,851.024 $235,446.986 $203,904.352 $45,235.664 $9,262.459 $10,243.454 $17,228.932 $30,110.157 $439,351.338 2030 $47,362.282 $460,478.280 $247,115.784 $213,362.496 $31,579.237 $9,722.817 $10,716.045 $18,000.727 2031 2032 $482,226.615 $259,150.912 $223,075.703 $49,548.546 $10,197.526 $11,200.635 $18,791.379 $33,092.313 $34,648.907 2033 $504,589.299 $271,550.058 $233,039.241 $51,793.571 $10,686.474 $11,696.900 $19,600.364 $527,557.417 $284,309.885 $36,248.405 2034 $20,427.094 $12,204.471 $243,247.533 $54,096.286 $11,189.508 $551,120.128 $297,425.989 $253,694.139 $56,455.427 $11,706.432 $12,722.933 $21,270.908 $37,890.056 2035 $264,371.755 2036 $575,264.668 $310,892.913 $13,251.825 $58,869.542 $12,237.005 $22,131.075 $39,572.968 2037 $599,976.254 $324,704.069 $275,272.185 $61,336.980 $12,780.941 $13,790.638 $23,006.792 $41,296.106 $43,058.284 $23,897.187 $14,338.815 2038 $625,238.054 $338,851.722 $286,386.333 $63,855.885 $13,337.906 2039 $24,801.314 $14,895.754 $13,907.519 $66,424.200 $44,858.167 $297,704.194 $353,326.953 $651,031.147 $69,039.663 $25,718.156 $15,460.804 $14,489.351 $46,694.269 $309,214.856 $368,119.645 $677,334.501 2040 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 99 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

101 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Sporting Goods, Health & General Clothing & Misc. Hobby, Clothing Store NonStore Transportation Gasoline Personal Care Merchandise Stations Accessories Date Stores Retailers Retailers & Warehousing Stores Book, Music $3,134.750 $2,947.376 $3,476.068 $1,597.942 $8,202.641 $3,813.549 $2,071.925 $27,372.701 2001 $3,389.166 $3,002.632 $3,627.488 $1,688.354 $9,100.142 $3,911.713 $2,085.333 $28,616.832 2002 $3,540.140 2003 $1,613.034 $9,757.365 $3,894.962 $2,221.063 $29,394.848 $3,047.320 $3,664.962 $3,661.375 $3,724.412 $1,477.950 $9,625.588 $3,842.258 $2,382.115 $32,145.081 2004 $3,069.405 $3,910.103 $3,595.889 $3,948.577 $1,612.935 $10,733.436 $3,891.589 $2,508.905 $34,188.495 2005 $4,164.075 $3,151.223 $4,201.761 $1,672.259 $10,973.627 $4,014.780 $2,544.769 $37,436.163 2006 $3,888.506 $4,509.674 $3,487.917 $4,520.799 $1,682.357 $10,851.049 2007 $2,878.822 $39,423.585 2008 $4,568.198 $4,281.480 $1,588.388 $11,146.063 $3,594.826 $2,474.882 $41,826.337 $3,039.826 $4,764.857 $4,218.722 $1,631.662 $11,291.082 $3,435.090 $2,394.291 $38,577.725 2009 $3,086.702 $4,661.603 $3,123.595 $4,327.072 $1,586.613 2010 $3,700.349 $2,560.320 $39,562.856 $11,460.990 2011 $4,903.651 $3,297.208 $4,529.840 $1,651.267 $12,113.100 $3,909.433 $2,711.771 $39,936.058 2012 $5,176.709 $3,492.916 $4,759.065 $1,724.701 $12,848.087 $4,145.099 $2,882.451 $41,334.588 2013 $5,499.877 $5,031.824 $1,812.906 $13,714.710 $4,423.041 $3,083.441 $44,071.740 $3,723.872 2014 $3,983.826 $5,338.610 $1,912.210 $14,690.404 $4,735.939 $3,309.852 $46,612.940 $5,863.423 2015 $6,238.604 $4,253.476 $5,652.870 $2,012.954 $15,704.309 $5,060.916 $3,545.841 $49,055.687 2016 $6,627.169 $4,534.111 $5,976.049 $2,115.615 $16,761.327 $5,399.539 $3,792.578 $52,113.543 $2,212.688 $6,286.949 $4,809.731 $7,005.663 2017 $55,324.709 $4,036.736 $5,732.773 $17,802.400 $58,645.434 $18,874.054 $4,288.868 $6,075.603 $2,310.043 $6,602.102 $5,092.910 $7,392.426 2018 2019 $7,786.973 $6,920.994 $2,407.487 $19,975.414 $6,427.734 $4,548.822 $62,141.092 $5,383.381 2020 $5,685.656 $7,249.216 $2,506.941 $21,123.348 $6,794.584 $4,820.495 $65,819.953 $8,195.713 2021 $8,618.689 $5,999.879 $7,586.651 $2,608.319 $22,318.559 $7,176.360 $5,104.118 $69,690.618 2022 $9,055.911 $6,326.171 $7,933.149 $2,711.526 $23,561.667 $7,573.246 $5,399.906 $73,762.011 $8,288.532 2023 $9,507.353 $6,664.626 $7,985.394 $2,816.459 $24,853.204 $5,708.057 $78,043.389 2024 $9,972.950 $8,652.591 $2,923.006 $26,193.608 $8,412.930 $6,028.745 $82,544.331 $7,015.317 2025 $7,378.283 $9,025.086 $3,031.045 $27,583.213 $8,855.942 $6,362.124 $87,274.737 $10,452.598 2026 $10,946.152 $7,753.540 $9,405.744 $3,140.450 $29,022.247 $9,314.486 $6,708.323 $92,244.835 2027 $11,453.426 $8,141.069 $9,794.261 $3,251.082 $30,510.820 $9,788.580 $7,067.446 $97,465.151 $102,946.501 $7,439.569 $10,278.204 2028 $11,974.189 $8,540.819 $10,190.298 $3,362.798 $32,048.925 2029 $8,952.707 $108,699.967 $7,824.738 $10,783.296 $33,636.423 $3,475.445 $10,593.485 $12,508.163 $9,376.615 $11,003.419 $3,588.862 $35,273.044 $11,303.753 $8,222.968 $114,736.872 $13,055.026 2030 $3,702.883 $13,614.409 $9,812.385 $11,419.662 $121,067.600 $36,958.380 $11,839.424 $8,634.243 2031 2032 $14,185.895 $10,259.825 $11,841.746 $3,817.334 $38,691.876 $12,390.117 $9,058.511 $127,702.522 $134,651.946 2033 $14,769.017 $10,718.704 $12,269.169 $3,932.033 $40,472.829 $12,955.588 $9,495.684 $15,363.261 $11,188.749 $141,926.065 2034 $9,945.638 $13,535.547 $12,701.398 $4,046.794 $42,300.381 $15,968.062 $11,669.648 $13,137.867 $4,161.425 $44,173.518 $14,129.652 $10,408.210 $149,534.900 2035 $13,577.983 2036 $16,582.806 $12,161.049 $14,737.512 $4,275.728 $46,091.064 $10,883.196 $157,489.198 2037 $17,206.833 $12,662.556 $14,021.121 $4,389.501 $48,051.680 $15,358.683 $11,370.354 $165,799.644 $174,476.831 $11,869.397 $15,992.668 2038 $17,839.432 $13,173.734 $14,466.629 $4,502.538 $50,053.858 2039 $12,379.996 $16,638.917 $52,095.922 $4,614.630 $183,531.208 $14,913.829 $13,694.103 $18,479.843 $4,725.563 $12,901.779 $17,296.827 $54,176.026 $192,973.032 $15,362.016 $14,223.142 $19,127.260 2040 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 100 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

102 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Transit & Scenic & Support Rail Water Ground Pipeline Sightseeing Activities Air Truck Transportation Transp. Transp. Passenger Transp. Transp. Transportation Date Transp. 2001 $2,108.846 $645.292 $7,082.030 $761.551 $3,561.427 $29.757 $4,569.220 $5,958.359 2002 $6,238.595 $2,266.394 $579.983 $7,129.953 $790.101 $3,774.316 $29.934 $4,938.739 2003 $6,765.365 $2,416.775 $643.022 $7,419.249 $770.078 $3,074.343 $26.604 $5,186.936 2004 $6,486.422 $681.730 $8,459.544 $816.815 $3,326.940 $28.401 $5,855.913 $2,467.929 2005 $2,754.913 $748.156 $9,370.515 $795.920 $2,924.513 $34.821 $6,664.481 $6,361.127 2006 $7,607.236 $2,878.793 $896.667 $10,237.145 $1,239.531 $3,356.000 $31.403 $6,893.683 2007 $7,623.682 $2,974.922 $935.543 $11,259.341 $1,292.431 $3,898.748 $31.194 $6,683.063 $1,086.902 $7,703.924 $3,239.683 2008 $11,128.709 $1,218.446 $4,860.387 $31.671 $7,342.505 2009 $7,928.699 $1,140.317 $10,125.706 $1,239.799 $3,336.330 $37.020 $6,774.351 $2,929.727 $7,594.942 $925.858 $10,282.751 $1,157.601 $4,733.350 $29.196 $6,909.425 2010 $3,105.646 $7,701.259 $3,214.020 $946.305 $10,274.278 2011 $4,794.871 $28.793 $6,926.907 $1,167.722 2012 $8,007.620 $3,413.178 $991.385 $10,524.689 $1,207.400 $4,978.822 $29.094 $7,118.186 2013 $8,577.034 $3,733.556 $1,069.689 $11,106.118 $1,285.800 $5,324.719 $30.264 $7,533.746 2014 $9,113.108 $1,144.658 $11,625.448 $1,358.017 $5,647.894 $31.209 $7,907.944 $4,050.889 2015 $4,372.986 $1,218.522 $12,108.424 $1,426.864 $5,959.807 $32.002 $8,257.779 $9,634.508 2016 $10,281.797 $4,764.825 $1,309.096 $12,730.252 $1,513.027 $6,347.090 $33.105 $8,702.640 2017 $10,965.157 $5,187.820 $1,405.134 $13,374.758 $1,602.971 $6,753.704 $34.199 $9,163.364 $35.255 $7,174.186 $1,695.344 $14,030.489 $1,505.604 $5,639.367 $9,631.930 $11,676.352 2018 $10,118.320 $36.304 $7,616.383 $1,791.948 $14,712.274 $1,612.251 $6,127.248 2019 $12,428.823 2020 $13,224.783 $1,725.389 $15,420.925 $1,892.918 $8,081.163 $37.346 $10,622.916 $6,654.169 2021 $7,223.016 $1,845.343 $16,157.264 $1,998.389 $8,569.412 $38.379 $11,146.087 $14,066.551 2022 $14,956.557 $7,836.863 $1,972.447 $16,922.116 $2,108.498 $9,082.032 $39.400 $11,688.187 2023 $15,897.339 $8,498.990 $2,107.046 $17,716.311 $2,223.378 $9,619.935 $40.407 $12,249.552 $16,891.550 2024 $9,212.884 $2,249.496 $18,540.673 $2,343.162 $10,184.042 $41.398 $12,830.496 2025 $9,982.250 $2,400.160 $19,396.026 $2,467.980 $10,775.281 $42.370 $13,431.308 $17,941.959 2026 $19,051.449 $10,811.027 $2,559.412 $20,283.182 $2,597.958 $11,394.584 $43.321 $14,052.248 2027 $20,223.022 $11,703.390 $2,727.631 $21,202.939 $2,733.221 $12,042.879 $44.249 $14,693.544 $2,873.884 $15,355.383 $45.152 $12,721.088 2028 $21,459.792 $12,663.762 $2,905.203 $22,156.073 $13,696.820 $16,037.907 $46.027 $3,020.058 $23,143.332 $3,092.520 $22,764.989 2029 $13,430.120 $14,807.503 $3,289.978 $24,165.428 $3,171.846 $14,170.866 $46.871 $16,741.209 $24,141.949 2030 $25,222.787 $25,593.873 $16,000.865 $3,497.938 $17,465.158 $3,329.310 $14,944.047 $47.682 2031 2032 $27,124.016 $17,282.194 $3,716.758 $26,315.757 $3,492.495 $15,750.327 $48.457 $18,209.540 $18,974.054 2033 $28,735.676 $18,657.006 $3,946.785 $27,444.590 $3,661.430 $16,590.306 $49.193 $30,432.188 $20,131.047 $19,758.302 2034 $49.887 $17,464.506 $4,188.351 $28,609.442 $3,836.124 $32,216.908 $21,710.285 $4,441.776 $29,810.357 $4,016.566 $18,373.366 $50.536 $20,561.787 2035 $4,707.391 2036 $34,093.336 $23,401.055 $19,317.355 $31,047.467 $4,202.751 $51.138 $21,384.046 2037 $36,065.009 $25,209.956 $4,985.513 $32,320.816 $4,394.655 $20,296.872 $51.691 $22,224.531 $23,082.610 $52.192 $21,312.229 2038 $38,135.490 $27,143.839 $5,276.442 $33,630.354 $4,592.235 $23,957.555 $52.638 $22,363.650 $4,795.429 $34,975.929 $5,580.460 $29,209.811 $40,308.357 2039 $5,004.151 $42,587.188 $24,848.549 $53.029 $23,451.261 $31,415.224 $5,897.827 $36,357.285 2040 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 101 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

103 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Motion Publishing Broad- ISPs, Search Picture Warehousing Industries, & Sound casting, Telecommuni- Portals, Data Couriers & Total Messengers & Storage Information Exc. Internet Recording Exc. Internet cations Process Date 2001 $1,544.685 $36,990.874 $6,384.106 $984.899 $8,734.739 $17,144.045 $3,392.128 $1,111.534 2002 $1,268.396 $36,531.945 $6,849.242 $1,162.232 $8,969.483 $15,259.221 $3,949.707 $1,600.421 2003 $1,571.943 $1,520.533 $36,040.535 $6,790.765 $1,184.114 $8,940.544 $14,757.475 $4,029.722 2004 $1,865.254 $38,544.915 $7,548.159 $1,227.779 $9,462.232 $15,214.447 $4,681.875 $2,156.133 2005 $2,569.542 $39,598.823 $8,077.904 $1,206.733 $9,906.085 $15,359.761 $4,679.883 $1,964.507 2006 $1,924.034 $2,371.671 $44,076.344 $7,332.812 $1,637.419 $11,245.098 $17,053.805 $6,298.935 2007 $1,957.636 $2,767.025 $47,523.666 $8,221.535 $1,775.021 $11,780.624 $19,575.658 $5,518.391 2008 $2,096.474 $3,117.636 $48,222.552 $8,383.836 $1,703.517 $12,310.986 $18,647.870 $6,459.429 2009 $1,971.025 $46,836.729 $7,961.579 $1,766.699 $11,862.520 $18,065.994 $6,450.977 $3,094.751 $1,980.881 $46,871.735 $8,336.061 $1,646.067 $11,916.615 $17,998.409 $6,251.385 2010 $2,843.205 $1,989.947 $2,891.956 $47,813.599 $8,497.442 2011 $12,280.554 $18,261.543 $6,349.215 $1,673.252 2012 $2,049.071 $3,015.142 $49,871.822 $8,856.665 $1,738.979 $12,940.110 $18,944.289 $6,593.277 2013 $2,173.123 $3,237.692 $52,737.980 $9,358.536 $1,832.094 $13,823.359 $19,923.123 $6,940.981 2014 $2,285.718 $56,000.247 $9,929.676 $1,938.008 $14,827.849 $21,038.184 $7,336.893 $3,448.055 2015 $3,653.087 $59,630.435 $10,564.893 $2,055.567 $15,949.412 $22,276.348 $7,776.575 $2,391.707 2016 $2,525.698 $3,906.014 $63,320.334 $11,209.431 $2,174.009 $17,107.967 $23,520.684 $8,219.299 2017 $2,664.839 $4,172.764 $67,170.784 $11,881.063 $2,296.729 $18,331.743 $24,807.938 $8,677.926 $2,423.692 $12,579.989 $71,183.546 $4,450.084 $2,806.823 $9,152.328 $19,622.772 $26,137.609 2018 $20,983.013 $2,554.842 $13,306.336 $75,359.982 $4,742.960 $2,954.580 2019 $9,642.317 $27,509.027 2020 $3,108.256 $79,701.023 $14,060.149 $2,690.110 $22,414.336 $28,921.345 $10,147.642 $5,052.087 2021 $5,378.183 $84,207.144 $14,841.389 $2,829.407 $23,918.505 $30,373.537 $10,667.987 $3,267.993 2022 $3,433.930 $5,721.980 $88,878.331 $15,649.931 $2,972.627 $25,497.164 $31,864.390 $11,202.970 2023 $3,606.203 $6,084.228 $93,714.058 $16,485.554 $3,119.643 $27,151.825 $33,392.501 $11,752.140 $3,784.941 2024 $6,465.689 $98,713.255 $17,347.941 $3,270.311 $28,883.851 $34,956.273 $12,314.976 2025 $6,867.137 $103,874.288 $18,236.671 $3,424.466 $30,694.438 $36,553.911 $12,890.886 $3,970.266 2026 $4,162.294 $7,289.359 $109,194.935 $19,151.217 $3,581.923 $32,584.610 $38,183.423 $13,479.203 2027 $4,361.132 $7,733.145 $114,672.359 $20,090.944 $3,742.475 $34,555.194 $39,842.617 $14,079.190 $3,905.894 $14,690.035 $41,529.104 $36,606.806 2028 $4,566.873 $8,199.291 $120,303.097 $21,055.105 $8,688.593 $15,310.853 $43,240.300 $4,071.935 $22,042.839 $126,083.034 $4,779.601 2029 $38,739.833 $9,201.839 $132,007.395 $23,053.169 $4,240.330 $40,954.419 $44,973.425 $15,940.690 $4,999.383 2030 $24,084.992 $5,226.221 $9,739.718 $138,070.726 $16,578.520 $4,410.794 $43,250.457 $46,725.521 2031 2032 $5,460.091 $10,302.887 $144,266.889 $25,137.085 $4,583.022 $45,627.568 $48,493.445 $17,223.250 $17,873.719 2033 $5,700.943 $10,891.963 $150,589.054 $26,208.104 $4,756.691 $48,085.088 $50,273.880 $5,948.697 $11,507.520 $18,528.703 2034 $52,063.343 $50,622.053 $157,029.699 $27,296.588 $4,931.461 $6,203.243 $12,150.077 $163,580.605 $28,400.953 $5,106.974 $53,237.193 $53,858.189 $19,186.915 2035 $170,232.955 2036 $6,464.478 $12,820.180 $55,928.942 $29,519.520 $5,282.860 $55,654.658 $19,847.023 2037 $6,732.275 $13,518.326 $176,977.260 $30,650.493 $5,458.735 $58,695.405 $57,448.852 $20,507.639 $21,167.328 $59,236.756 $61,534.358 2038 $7,006.478 $14,244.962 $183,803.375 $31,791.971 $5,634.201 $21,824.609 $61,014.246 $64,443.229 $5,808.849 $32,941.947 $190,700.512 $15,000.473 $7,286.904 2039 $5,982.260 $7,573.336 $22,477.964 $62,777.107 $67,419.102 $15,785.181 $197,657.260 $34,098.312 2040 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 102 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

104 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Total Finance, Funds, Trusts, Credit Total Monetary Securities, Insurance & Other Insurance, Inter- and Real Authorities mediation Commodity, Carriers Financial Other Finance & Information Date Insurance Central Bank & Related Investments & Related Vehicles Estate 2001 $350.957 $125,926.564 $44,773.209 $196.525 $20,893.533 $7,015.616 $14,441.658 $2,225.877 2002 $342.060 $128,218.857 $48,525.340 $223.928 $24,295.897 $6,204.301 $15,229.691 $2,571.523 2003 $337.915 $51,950.348 $220.871 $26,348.841 $6,227.351 $16,916.390 $2,236.895 $133,438.653 2004 $137,452.640 $51,500.207 $202.867 $25,289.660 $6,183.510 $17,127.835 $2,696.335 $410.423 2005 $368.457 $145,852.279 $56,963.493 $215.414 $28,327.975 $7,180.922 $18,325.806 $2,913.376 2006 $508.275 $152,738.091 $60,736.732 $220.182 $27,622.004 $7,734.142 $21,587.683 $3,572.721 $245.714 $652.437 $164,916.406 $64,647.830 2007 $30,450.600 $7,408.660 $21,965.436 $4,577.420 2008 $716.914 $71,878.001 $289.193 $35,899.688 $7,890.443 $22,647.650 $5,151.027 $180,340.556 $728.960 $75,055.455 $303.575 $35,790.040 $7,495.886 $25,401.484 $6,064.470 2009 $183,082.146 $723.198 $187,513.641 $73,447.462 $302.881 2010 $8,023.732 $24,189.285 $5,734.735 $35,196.829 2011 $751.592 $195,835.899 $76,138.860 $321.106 $36,209.514 $8,588.785 $24,927.660 $6,091.795 2012 $798.502 $207,420.368 $80,034.206 $344.998 $37,768.487 $9,312.034 $26,052.084 $6,556.604 2013 $859.886 $84,738.015 $373.154 $39,675.019 $10,159.015 $27,427.948 $7,102.879 $221,309.730 2014 $235,449.837 $89,449.150 $402.201 $41,547.660 $11,039.578 $28,793.211 $7,666.500 $929.635 2015 $1,007.639 $249,906.837 $94,190.155 $432.248 $43,396.350 $11,956.844 $30,155.283 $8,249.430 2016 $1,088.944 $265,058.769 $99,099.498 $463.954 $45,283.670 $12,929.405 $31,558.282 $8,864.187 $9,511.769 $13,959.411 $47,207.788 $497.376 $104,178.142 $280,924.976 $1,175.385 2017 $33,001.799 $15,049.008 $297,524.349 $1,267.156 2018 $109,426.728 $10,193.151 $34,485.305 $49,166.693 $532.570 2019 $1,364.447 $114,845.564 $569.589 $51,158.205 $16,200.336 $36,008.147 $10,909.287 $314,875.249 2020 $332,995.414 $120,434.607 $608.486 $53,179.967 $17,415.515 $37,569.543 $11,661.096 $1,467.442 2021 $1,576.319 $351,901.875 $126,193.447 $649.314 $55,229.450 $18,696.641 $39,168.578 $12,449.464 2022 $1,691.250 $371,610.860 $132,121.296 $692.123 $57,303.956 $20,045.776 $40,804.207 $13,275.234 $138,216.974 2023 $1,812.394 $392,137.702 $21,464.939 $736.961 $59,400.622 $42,475.246 $14,139.207 2024 $1,939.903 $144,478.898 $783.874 $61,516.421 $22,956.099 $44,180.375 $15,042.129 $413,496.740 2025 $435,701.225 $150,905.066 $832.907 $63,648.172 $24,521.159 $45,918.137 $15,984.692 $2,073.916 2026 $2,214.558 $458,763.216 $157,493.007 $884.099 $65,792.505 $26,161.944 $47,686.941 $16,967.518 2027 $2,361.939 $482,693.487 $164,239.806 $937.489 $67,945.903 $27,880.193 $49,485.061 $17,991.161 $19,056.102 $51,310.630 $29,677.552 2028 $2,516.153 $507,501.418 $171,142.100 $993.111 $70,104.705 2029 $533,194.899 $20,162.743 $53,161.647 $31,555.563 $72,265.120 $1,050.996 $178,196.068 $2,677.275 $559,780.228 $185,397.429 $1,111.171 $74,423.229 $33,515.654 $55,035.974 $21,311.400 $2,845.363 2030 $1,173.643 $3,020.443 $587,262.066 $192,740.625 $22,502.021 $76,574.973 $35,558.521 $56,931.467 2031 2032 $3,202.520 $615,643.289 $200,219.512 $1,238.414 $78,716.193 $37,684.629 $58,845.859 $23,734.417 $25,008.259 2033 $3,391.573 $644,924.893 $207,827.348 $1,305.477 $80,842.651 $39,894.194 $60,776.767 $3,587.551 $675,105.901 $26,323.069 2034 $62,721.696 $42,187.170 $215,556.789 $1,374.817 $82,950.037 $3,790.379 $706,183.269 $223,399.887 $1,446.414 $85,033.987 $44,563.232 $64,678.037 $27,678.218 2035 $231,348.085 2036 $3,999.952 $738,151.829 $47,021.761 $1,520.240 $87,090.091 $66,643.077 $29,072.916 2037 $4,216.135 $771,004.177 $239,392.219 $1,596.261 $89,113.915 $49,561.830 $68,614.003 $30,506.209 $31,976.976 $70,587.906 $52,182.196 2038 $4,438.761 $804,730.586 $247,522.526 $1,674.436 $91,101.011 2039 $72,561.788 $54,881.283 $93,046.938 $1,754.713 $33,483.926 $255,728.649 $839,318.937 $4,667.632 $94,947.275 2040 $35,025.593 $74,532.573 $57,657.174 $4,902.516 $1,837.033 $263,999.648 $874,754.646 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 103 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

105 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Real Estate, Rental Professional Management of Administrative Leasers of Real NonFinancial Total & Technical Companies & & Waste Rental, & Leasing & Leasing Estate Services Intangible Services Date Enterprises Services Services 2001 $81,153.355 $69,927.752 $8,103.199 $3,122.404 $171,090.121 $50,698.933 $8,607.375 $22,889.322 2002 $79,693.517 $67,605.708 $7,601.961 $4,485.848 $179,489.781 $50,718.300 $9,794.426 $23,425.153 2003 $81,488.305 $7,986.843 $3,803.703 $189,601.389 $51,647.099 $12,271.743 $24,798.202 $69,697.759 2004 $74,112.138 $7,737.349 $4,102.946 $200,512.595 $56,608.061 $10,087.309 $26,610.713 $85,952.433 2005 $88,888.786 $76,960.732 $8,898.200 $3,029.854 $218,266.578 $62,298.083 $13,322.722 $29,381.095 2006 $92,001.359 $74,586.106 $13,270.155 $4,145.098 $229,558.677 $68,396.470 $9,536.332 $31,359.223 $75,541.172 2007 $100,268.576 $13,616.736 $5,339.925 $251,960.583 $81,311.915 $12,137.744 $35,588.831 2008 $108,462.555 $15,063.081 $5,285.382 $266,346.872 $81,926.984 $12,600.590 $36,875.827 $88,114.092 $108,026.691 $14,423.771 $5,082.282 $267,187.096 $80,267.339 $12,092.978 $34,596.591 2009 $88,520.638 $114,066.179 $92,955.727 $15,733.187 $5,377.264 2010 $85,492.458 $12,574.839 $39,761.934 $283,742.592 2011 $119,697.039 $97,586.405 $16,535.343 $5,575.291 $307,583.753 $92,712.909 $13,565.722 $42,888.012 2012 $127,386.162 $103,899.442 $17,624.311 $5,862.409 $335,171.941 $101,069.699 $14,711.020 $46,501.362 2013 $136,571.715 $18,923.478 $6,209.757 $365,237.757 $110,181.449 $15,952.926 $50,419.097 $111,438.480 2014 $119,182.143 $20,259.825 $6,558.719 $396,647.730 $119,707.214 $17,240.626 $54,480.556 $146,000.687 2015 $155,716.681 $127,166.213 $21,639.485 $6,910.984 $430,112.736 $129,862.358 $18,604.051 $58,780.291 2016 $165,959.271 $135,586.629 $23,095.893 $7,276.749 $465,514.638 $140,612.229 $20,036.847 $63,298.185 $24,631.842 $144,458.864 $68,079.019 $176,746.834 2017 $21,553.203 $152,066.329 $503,212.417 $7,656.128 $73,130.362 $543,295.767 $23,155.530 $164,252.973 $8,049.208 $26,250.116 $153,798.297 $188,097.621 2018 2019 $200,029.684 $27,953.472 $8,456.047 $585,852.459 $177,199.985 $24,846.087 $78,459.305 $163,620.166 2020 $173,939.500 $29,744.639 $8,876.668 $630,967.740 $190,934.514 $26,626.960 $84,072.392 $212,560.807 2021 $225,708.428 $184,771.063 $31,626.301 $9,311.064 $678,723.698 $205,482.847 $28,500.031 $89,975.537 2022 $239,489.565 $196,129.287 $33,601.085 $9,759.193 $729,198.606 $220,870.208 $30,466.964 $96,173.958 $35,671.553 2023 $253,920.728 $208,028.202 $237,120.553 $10,220.974 $782,466.231 $32,529.171 $102,672.093 2024 $269,017.843 $37,840.184 $10,696.290 $838,595.125 $254,256.354 $34,687.795 $109,473.527 $220,481.369 2025 $233,501.807 $40,109.367 $11,184.984 $897,647.897 $272,298.375 $36,943.679 $116,580.917 $284,796.158 2026 $301,270.209 $247,101.958 $42,481.389 $11,686.862 $959,680.468 $291,265.438 $39,297.349 $123,995.915 2027 $318,453.681 $261,293.576 $44,958.417 $12,201.688 $1,024,741.319 $311,174.198 $41,748.986 $131,719.097 $139,749.885 $44,298.403 $332,038.910 2028 $336,359.318 $276,087.651 $47,542.487 $12,729.180 $1,092,870.726 2029 $291,494.328 $148,086.479 $46,945.024 $353,871.193 $1,164,100.005 $13,269.019 $50,235.485 $354,998.831 $307,522.830 $53,039.134 $13,820.835 $1,238,450.755 $376,679.799 $49,687.862 $156,725.796 $374,382.800 2030 $14,384.251 $394,521.441 $324,182.084 $55,955.106 $165,663.400 $1,315,934.109 $400,470.375 $52,525.499 2031 2032 $415,423.776 $341,480.038 $58,984.895 $14,958.843 $1,396,550.017 $425,245.244 $55,456.068 $174,893.450 $184,408.649 2033 $437,097.545 $359,423.586 $62,129.812 $15,544.147 $1,480,286.543 $451,003.175 $58,477.238 $459,549.112 $378,018.492 $194,200.198 2034 $61,586.197 $477,739.182 $65,390.965 $16,139.655 $1,567,119.203 $482,783.381 $397,269.315 $68,769.248 $16,744.818 $1,657,010.330 $505,444.315 $64,779.644 $204,257.760 2035 $72,265.325 2036 $506,803.744 $417,179.376 $534,105.343 $17,359.043 $1,749,908.588 $68,053.789 $214,569.473 2037 $531,611.958 $437,750.647 $75,879.617 $17,981.694 $1,845,748.374 $563,704.680 $71,404.341 $225,121.894 $235,899.992 $74,826.499 $594,220.225 2038 $557,208.060 $458,983.680 $79,612.286 $18,612.094 $1,944,449.351 2039 $78,314.956 $625,625.221 $2,045,916.050 $19,249.524 $246,887.141 $83,463.229 $480,877.535 $583,590.287 $2,150,037.541 2040 $258,065.129 $81,863.898 $657,888.140 $610,754.998 $19,893.224 $87,432.059 $503,429.715 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 104 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

106 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Waste Management & Reme- Health Care Nursing & Administrative Ambulatory Educational diation Health Care Residential Social & Support & Social Services Services Services Date Services Hospitals Care Facilities Assistance Assistance 2001 $21,178.227 $1,711.095 $3,920.628 $42,875.823 $24,866.129 $11,691.931 $3,503.270 $2,814.493 2002 $21,506.621 $1,918.532 $4,302.479 $47,079.732 $26,841.720 $13,378.013 $3,788.468 $3,071.531 2003 $22,741.346 $4,552.393 $50,207.694 $28,732.801 $14,202.494 $4,048.333 $3,224.066 $2,056.856 2004 $2,265.164 $4,977.766 $54,462.457 $30,302.961 $16,507.393 $4,272.052 $3,380.051 $24,345.549 2005 $26,954.014 $2,427.081 $5,165.867 $57,176.439 $33,065.592 $16,011.188 $4,390.929 $3,708.730 2006 $28,656.761 $2,702.462 $5,718.486 $56,115.865 $30,849.634 $17,007.846 $4,664.041 $3,594.344 $18,145.111 2007 $32,604.266 $6,153.541 $60,158.458 $33,088.113 $2,984.565 $4,944.216 $3,981.018 2008 $33,635.388 $6,669.284 $65,070.863 $35,925.146 $19,732.788 $5,235.650 $4,177.279 $3,240.439 $31,619.465 $7,096.518 $70,426.209 $38,913.877 $21,380.179 $5,645.651 $4,486.502 2009 $2,977.126 $36,313.243 $3,448.690 $7,427.720 $69,987.826 2010 $21,417.615 $5,691.081 $4,406.806 $38,472.325 2011 $39,169.223 $3,718.789 $8,039.822 $76,207.974 $41,894.963 $23,306.064 $6,233.542 $4,773.405 2012 $42,470.391 $4,030.971 $8,747.787 $83,415.235 $45,861.002 $25,493.396 $6,863.348 $5,197.488 2013 $46,049.744 $9,518.077 $91,305.238 $50,203.264 $27,885.963 $7,556.772 $5,659.238 $4,369.353 2014 $4,719.991 $10,320.883 $99,602.185 $54,770.232 $30,399.068 $8,291.885 $6,141.000 $49,760.565 2015 $53,689.227 $5,091.064 $11,174.492 $108,490.465 $59,663.415 $33,088.584 $9,084.761 $6,653.704 2016 $57,817.374 $5,480.811 $12,075.570 $117,947.691 $64,870.642 $35,947.193 $9,934.424 $7,195.431 $13,033.155 $5,893.091 $7,771.632 $62,185.928 2017 $10,850.104 $39,004.424 $70,446.280 $128,072.439 $8,383.581 $76,407.795 $11,835.513 $42,269.267 $138,896.156 $14,049.260 $6,328.539 $66,801.823 2018 2019 $71,671.559 $15,125.829 $150,450.283 $82,772.668 $45,750.667 $12,894.430 $9,032.517 $6,787.747 2020 $7,271.258 $16,264.725 $162,766.100 $89,558.308 $49,457.473 $14,030.689 $9,719.631 $76,801.134 2021 $82,195.975 $7,779.563 $17,467.707 $175,874.550 $96,781.952 $53,398.379 $15,248.162 $10,446.058 2022 $87,860.871 $8,313.087 $18,736.422 $189,806.052 $104,460.569 $57,581.872 $16,550.745 $11,212.866 $20,072.378 2023 $93,799.900 $8,872.192 $62,016.168 $204,590.301 $112,610.748 $17,942.338 $12,021.047 2024 $100,016.364 $21,476.938 $220,256.065 $121,248.584 $66,709.151 $19,426.826 $12,871.503 $9,457.163 2025 $10,068.205 $22,951.289 $236,830.955 $130,389.557 $71,668.301 $21,008.058 $13,765.040 $106,512.712 2026 $113,290.481 $10,705.434 $24,496.438 $254,341.214 $140,048.409 $76,900.633 $22,689.820 $14,702.351 2027 $120,350.220 $11,368.877 $26,113.181 $272,811.463 $150,239.014 $82,412.622 $24,475.818 $15,684.010 $16,710.457 $26,369.644 $88,210.127 2028 $127,691.428 $12,058.457 $27,802.096 $292,264.462 $160,974.234 2029 $12,773.994 $17,781.989 $28,374.755 $94,298.319 $172,265.789 $312,720.852 $29,563.515 $135,312.486 $13,515.195 $31,397.516 $334,198.898 $184,124.108 $100,681.605 $30,494.438 $18,898.747 $143,210.601 2030 $356,714.230 $151,381.746 $14,281.654 $33,303.897 $20,060.708 $196,558.185 $107,363.550 $32,731.787 2031 2032 $159,820.608 $15,072.842 $35,282.168 $380,279.580 $209,575.438 $114,346.805 $35,089.666 $21,267.671 $22,519.250 2033 $168,520.545 $15,888.104 $37,331.530 $404,904.518 $223,181.559 $121,633.028 $37,570.680 $177,473.539 $16,726.659 $23,814.864 2034 $40,177.145 $129,222.812 $39,450.861 $430,595.194 $237,380.374 $186,670.168 $17,587.592 $41,638.708 $457,354.087 $252,173.698 $137,115.613 $42,911.050 $25,153.726 2035 $43,893.279 2036 $196,099.614 $18,469.859 $145,309.714 $485,179.837 $267,561.239 $45,774.037 $26,534.846 2037 $205,749.614 $19,372.280 $46,212.426 $514,066.949 $283,540.437 $153,802.134 $48,767.364 $27,957.014 $29,418.799 $51,891.864 $162,588.569 2038 $215,606.451 $20,293.542 $48,593.642 $544,005.566 $300,106.335 2039 $55,147.922 $171,663.336 $317,251.464 $574,981.262 $30,918.540 $51,034.049 $21,232.192 $225,654.949 $334,965.731 2040 $32,454.347 $58,535.440 $181,019.325 $235,878.482 $606,974.844 $53,530.396 $22,186.648 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 105 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

107 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Performing Accommo- Other Arts & Museums, dation Food Services Services, Arts, Amusement, Spectator Gambling, & Food Accommo- & Drinking Exc. Public Entertainment History Sites & Recreation Date Zoos, Parks & Recreation Services dation Places Administration Sports 2001 $4,526.715 $1,712.615 $252.176 $2,561.924 $19,465.998 $4,776.388 $14,689.610 $18,105.327 2002 $5,052.658 $2,070.255 $307.744 $2,674.659 $20,439.344 $4,875.197 $15,564.147 $18,677.689 2003 $5,338.793 $336.782 $2,845.833 $21,140.939 $4,820.910 $16,320.029 $19,644.526 $2,156.178 2004 $2,247.479 $368.709 $2,968.682 $22,292.036 $5,054.320 $17,237.716 $19,889.383 $5,584.870 2005 $5,883.473 $2,372.176 $402.418 $3,108.879 $23,871.039 $5,630.093 $18,240.946 $21,167.860 2006 $6,527.543 $2,940.481 $486.204 $3,100.858 $28,445.044 $6,103.315 $22,341.729 $23,459.714 $3,161.299 $6,729.495 $3,052.295 $515.901 2007 $30,599.895 $6,578.277 $24,021.618 $25,051.447 2008 $7,051.580 $546.688 $3,374.084 $30,480.782 $6,368.819 $24,111.963 $25,670.962 $3,130.808 $6,820.287 $553.889 $3,008.847 $30,256.867 $6,010.485 $24,246.382 $25,630.307 2009 $3,257.551 $7,435.449 $3,311.850 $582.539 $3,541.060 2010 $6,477.367 $27,073.617 $27,511.381 $33,550.984 2011 $8,086.152 $3,598.552 $634.644 $3,852.956 $36,354.706 $7,036.209 $29,318.497 $29,728.456 2012 $8,839.396 $3,930.144 $694.948 $4,214.304 $39,595.762 $7,682.122 $31,913.640 $32,291.680 2013 $9,662.455 $760.905 $4,609.639 $43,122.876 $8,386.184 $34,736.691 $35,075.639 $4,291.912 2014 $4,670.596 $830.199 $5,024.984 $46,801.001 $9,122.336 $37,678.665 $37,969.487 $10,525.778 2015 $11,448.521 $5,074.574 $904.343 $5,469.603 $50,712.804 $9,906.792 $40,806.012 $41,039.756 2016 $12,427.927 $5,502.479 $983.128 $5,942.319 $54,842.944 $10,736.709 $44,106.235 $44,273.246 $47,702.130 $47,611.972 $11,620.208 $59,232.180 $6,448.048 $1,067.347 $5,958.568 $13,473.963 2017 $12,559.180 $6,988.318 $6,443.916 $14,589.464 2018 $1,157.229 $51,332.684 $51,330.159 $63,889.339 2019 $15,777.225 $1,253.002 $7,564.653 $68,822.859 $13,555.437 $55,267.422 $55,170.885 $6,959.570 2020 $7,506.532 $1,354.885 $8,178.566 $74,040.708 $14,610.689 $59,430.019 $59,222.358 $17,039.983 2021 $18,380.400 $8,085.755 $1,463.092 $8,831.553 $79,550.305 $15,726.533 $63,823.773 $63,492.320 2022 $19,801.040 $8,698.134 $1,577.824 $9,525.081 $85,358.442 $16,904.428 $68,454.014 $67,985.522 $1,699.275 2023 $21,304.347 $9,344.494 $18,145.682 $10,260.577 $91,471.194 $73,325.512 $72,706.193 2024 $22,892.627 $1,827.624 $11,039.422 $97,893.838 $19,451.433 $78,442.405 $77,657.982 $10,025.582 2025 $10,742.055 $1,963.033 $11,862.935 $104,630.765 $20,822.625 $83,808.139 $82,843.895 $24,568.022 2026 $26,332.490 $11,494.473 $2,105.649 $12,732.368 $111,685.381 $22,259.981 $89,425.401 $88,266.244 2027 $28,187.776 $12,283.287 $2,255.600 $13,648.889 $119,060.035 $23,763.988 $95,296.047 $93,926.583 $99,825.651 $101,421.041 $25,334.886 2028 $30,135.394 $13,108.830 $2,412.991 $14,613.573 $126,755.927 2029 $13,971.305 $105,963.318 $107,800.386 $26,972.642 $134,773.029 $15,627.388 $2,577.903 $32,176.596 $14,870.776 $2,750.393 $16,691.184 $143,110.004 $28,676.938 $114,433.066 $112,338.528 $34,312.353 2030 $17,805.679 $36,543.327 $15,807.160 $2,930.488 $118,949.250 $151,764.130 $30,447.150 $121,316.981 2031 2032 $38,869.850 $16,780.215 $3,118.188 $18,971.447 $160,731.230 $32,282.334 $128,448.896 $125,792.427 $132,863.937 2033 $41,291.897 $17,789.534 $3,313.458 $20,188.905 $170,005.599 $34,181.211 $135,824.388 $43,809.069 $18,834.536 $140,158.547 2034 $143,437.798 $36,142.156 $3,516.231 $21,458.302 $179,579.953 $46,420.566 $19,914.457 $3,726.404 $22,779.704 $189,445.371 $38,163.181 $151,282.190 $147,669.879 2035 $3,943.838 2036 $49,125.179 $21,028.350 $40,241.943 $24,152.990 $199,591.295 $159,349.351 $155,390.394 2037 $51,921.264 $22,175.072 $4,168.356 $25,577.836 $210,005.461 $42,375.726 $167,629.735 $163,311.359 $171,422.826 $176,112.441 $44,561.433 2038 $54,806.727 $23,353.284 $4,399.740 $27,053.703 $220,673.874 2039 $184,785.205 $46,795.586 $231,580.791 $28,579.828 $179,713.623 $4,637.732 $24,561.446 $57,779.007 $242,708.717 2040 $188,171.352 $193,634.391 $49,074.326 $60,835.064 $30,155.216 $4,882.034 $25,797.814 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 106 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

108 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Membership Total Personal Federal Assn. & Federal Private Organi- Federal Civilian Military & Laundry Repair & Total Services zations Date Government Government Government Government Maintenance Households $6,258.426 $3,778.966 $5,944.106 $2,123.829 $84,447.897 $21,160.314 $12,637.459 $8,522.855 2001 $6,148.603 $3,840.010 $6,583.796 $2,105.280 $91,514.304 $23,441.634 $13,749.414 $9,692.220 2002 $6,266.395 2003 $2,450.873 $96,325.686 $25,465.364 $14,641.215 $10,824.149 $3,931.510 $6,995.748 $6,253.872 $7,278.382 $2,399.907 $100,758.948 $27,360.223 $15,721.216 $11,639.007 2004 $3,957.222 $6,858.195 $4,160.416 $7,575.827 $2,573.422 $107,438.439 $29,067.415 $16,560.277 $12,507.138 2005 $7,584.353 $4,399.175 $8,506.430 $2,969.756 $113,782.944 $31,625.595 $17,707.102 $13,918.493 2006 $33,956.685 $7,988.727 $4,664.548 $9,111.001 $3,287.171 $122,231.706 2007 $18,677.260 $15,279.425 2008 $8,030.467 $9,594.048 $3,437.171 $130,160.720 $36,245.526 $19,511.525 $16,734.001 $4,609.276 $7,964.080 $9,829.225 $3,171.477 $138,019.160 $38,425.559 $20,538.714 $17,886.845 2009 $4,665.525 $8,610.418 $4,929.190 $10,266.518 $3,705.256 2010 $47,355.199 $21,842.811 $18,304.925 $153,975.237 2011 $9,306.520 $5,319.989 $11,086.163 $4,015.784 $159,345.545 $49,027.127 $22,611.058 $18,889.566 2012 $10,111.285 $5,771.165 $12,034.074 $4,375.156 $166,308.926 $51,187.252 $23,601.477 $19,656.317 2013 $10,985.498 $13,063.385 $4,766.790 $175,341.460 $53,982.198 $24,881.128 $20,659.287 $6,259.967 2014 $6,766.339 $14,132.787 $5,175.892 $186,387.551 $57,394.786 $26,441.316 $21,889.274 $11,894.469 2015 $12,859.052 $7,301.892 $15,267.068 $5,611.743 $197,678.283 $60,879.905 $28,030.092 $23,136.455 2016 $13,875.135 $7,863.981 $16,461.324 $6,072.806 $209,546.741 $64,539.447 $29,693.697 $24,438.910 $6,563.767 $17,727.536 $8,458.010 $14,952.817 2017 $25,798.021 $31,434.176 $68,379.548 $222,015.212 $27,215.135 $235,106.369 $33,253.523 $72,406.388 $7,085.801 $19,068.054 $9,084.739 $16,094.090 2018 2019 $17,300.850 $20,485.127 $7,640.058 $248,843.253 $76,626.184 $35,153.675 $28,691.554 $9,744.850 2020 $10,438.936 $21,980.882 $8,227.659 $263,249.239 $81,045.172 $37,136.503 $30,228.534 $18,574.882 2021 $19,917.843 $11,167.489 $23,557.307 $8,849.682 $278,348.009 $85,669.596 $39,203.800 $31,827.277 2022 $21,331.243 $11,930.893 $25,216.229 $9,507.157 $294,163.521 $90,505.694 $41,357.273 $33,488.923 $26,959.293 2023 $22,816.430 $12,729.413 $95,559.681 $10,201.057 $310,719.972 $43,598.533 $35,214.547 2024 $24,374.566 $28,787.940 $10,932.290 $328,041.761 $100,837.737 $45,929.081 $37,005.149 $13,563.186 2025 $14,432.210 $30,703.389 $11,701.685 $346,153.447 $106,345.990 $48,350.305 $38,861.649 $26,006.611 2026 $27,713.307 $15,336.337 $32,706.612 $12,509.987 $365,079.709 $112,090.496 $50,863.462 $40,784.880 2027 $29,495.157 $16,275.264 $34,798.316 $13,357.845 $384,845.296 $118,077.227 $53,469.672 $42,775.582 $44,834.393 $56,169.904 $124,312.048 2028 $31,352.406 $17,248.523 $36,978.919 $14,245.803 $405,474.980 2029 $18,255.475 $46,961.843 $58,964.967 $130,800.699 $426,993.504 $15,174.289 $39,248.529 $33,285.025 $19,295.303 $41,606.928 $16,143.605 $449,425.529 $137,548.776 $61,855.497 $49,158.347 $35,292.692 2030 $17,153.919 $37,374.777 $20,367.007 $44,053.548 $51,424.199 $472,795.574 $144,561.713 $64,841.944 2031 2032 $39,530.327 $21,469.396 $46,587.453 $18,205.252 $497,127.957 $151,844.755 $67,924.568 $53,759.564 $56,164.472 2033 $41,758.051 $22,601.086 $49,207.327 $19,297.472 $522,446.735 $159,402.946 $71,103.420 $44,056.309 $23,760.499 $58,638.810 2034 $74,378.339 $167,241.101 $51,911.453 $20,430.286 $548,775.633 $46,423.096 $24,945.858 $54,697.699 $21,603.226 $576,137.979 $175,363.786 $77,748.934 $61,182.317 2035 $57,563.521 2036 $48,856.030 $26,155.192 $183,775.317 $22,815.651 $604,556.631 $81,214.606 $63,794.573 2037 $51,352.344 $27,386.336 $60,505.943 $24,066.735 $634,053.902 $192,479.719 $84,774.512 $66,474.998 $69,222.844 $88,427.560 $201,480.706 2038 $53,908.887 $28,636.930 $63,521.547 $25,355.462 $664,651.493 2039 $92,172.399 $210,781.658 $696,370.412 $26,680.615 $72,037.189 $66,606.467 $29,904.424 $56,522.116 $28,040.781 $96,007.408 $220,385.601 $729,230.894 $74,916.936 $69,756.391 $31,186.085 $59,188.096 2040 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 107 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

109 Historical and Projected Values for Nominal Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* State & Total State Local All Local Government Government Government Industries Date 2001 $63,287.583 $16,351.667 $46,935.916 $762,242.588 2002 $68,072.670 $17,725.879 $50,346.791 $783,482.975 2003 $70,860.322 $18,143.034 $52,717.288 $828,803.884 $55,934.894 $17,463.831 $901,670.363 2004 $73,398.725 $18,796.030 2005 $982,053.862 $59,574.994 $78,371.024 $82,157.349 $19,894.073 $62,263.276 $1,055,961.536 2006 $88,275.021 2007 $21,077.167 $67,197.854 $1,147,970.636 $71,474.703 2008 $93,915.194 $22,440.491 $1,202,101.330 $75,731.657 2009 $23,861.944 $1,146,644.798 $99,593.601 $1,241,616.226 2010 $106,620.038 $25,512.388 $81,107.650 2011 $110,318.418 $26,416.069 $83,902.349 $1,337,910.565 $27,585.775 $1,431,326.617 $87,535.900 2012 $115,121.674 $92,258.193 $121,359.263 2013 $1,535,787.474 $29,101.069 $98,039.296 $30,953.469 $1,648,030.090 $128,992.766 2014 $103,948.564 $136,798.378 2015 $32,849.813 $1,765,421.085 2016 $145,007.294 $34,845.750 $110,161.544 $1,886,807.578 2017 $153,635.664 $36,945.371 $116,690.293 $2,012,579.624 $39,152.865 $2,144,232.252 $123,547.117 $162,699.981 2018 2019 $41,472.509 $130,744.561 $2,282,209.853 $172,217.069 2020 $182,204.067 $43,908.669 $138,295.398 $2,427,109.866 2021 $192,678.413 $46,465.796 $146,212.617 $2,579,121.518 2022 $203,657.827 $49,148.420 $154,509.407 $2,738,416.804 2023 $215,160.291 $51,961.148 $163,199.143 $2,905,156.507 2024 $227,204.023 $54,908.656 $172,295.367 $3,079,495.273 $57,995.685 $3,261,569.668 2025 $239,807.457 $181,811.772 $3,451,508.705 $191,762.178 $252,989.213 2026 $61,227.034 $202,160.513 2027 $266,768.068 $64,607.555 $3,649,422.912 2028 $213,020.788 $3,855,415.170 $68,142.144 $281,162.931 2029 $296,192.805 $71,835.732 $224,357.073 $4,069,555.834 2030 $311,876.752 $75,693.280 $236,183.472 $4,291,909.908 $79,719.769 $4,522,498.729 $248,514.092 2031 $328,233.861 2032 $345,283.202 $4,761,321.900 $261,363.015 $83,920.187 $5,008,371.773 2033 $363,043.789 $88,299.526 $274,744.263 2034 $5,263,617.361 $288,671.769 $92,862.762 $381,534.531 $97,614.852 $5,527,003.395 $303,159.340 2035 $400,774.193 2036 $5,798,447.638 $420,781.314 $318,220.602 $102,560.712 2037 $333,868.976 $107,705.207 $441,574.183 $6,077,841.594 2038 $6,365,049.824 $350,117.642 $113,053.146 $463,170.787 $118,609.260 $485,588.754 2039 $366,979.494 $6,659,909.377 $508,845.293 $6,962,229.351 2040 $124,378.193 $384,467.101 *M illio ns o f D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 108 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

110 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Forestry, Fishing, Agriculture Fishing, Related, Forestry & & Forestry Total Oil & Gas Total Hunting, Farm Agriculture Logging Trapping Support Mining Extraction Date Other $6,506.885 2001 $1,440.944 $264.199 $147.849 $1,028.896 $104,228.882 $87,397.639 $5,065.941 2002 $8,267.535 $6,771.896 $1,495.639 $253.474 $138.738 $1,103.427 $109,586.036 $96,632.138 2003 $8,073.702 $6,557.430 $1,516.272 $254.843 $131.501 $1,129.928 $103,029.483 $87,475.232 2004 $8,471.961 $1,592.246 $249.040 $129.660 $1,213.546 $101,150.490 $83,652.390 $6,879.715 2005 $7,469.879 $1,769.611 $288.976 $128.270 $1,352.365 $91,258.056 $75,638.412 $9,239.490 2006 $7,624.815 $6,023.884 $1,600.931 $249.614 $113.652 $1,237.665 $90,034.698 $76,622.047 2007 $7,119.413 $5,593.744 $1,525.669 $239.099 $115.101 $1,171.469 $96,158.562 $81,145.129 $1,397.437 $6,384.895 $4,987.458 2008 $221.629 $99.318 $1,076.490 $91,516.335 $74,023.927 2009 $6,116.202 $1,452.346 $230.991 $108.016 $1,113.339 $121,636.640 $104,378.116 $4,663.856 $6,039.739 $1,337.845 $206.270 $92.226 $1,039.349 $126,537.753 $110,611.089 2010 $4,701.894 $5,902.211 $4,586.873 $1,315.338 $199.937 2011 $1,026.107 $148,412.514 $129,713.174 $89.294 2012 $5,998.568 $4,653.555 $1,345.013 $201.550 $89.912 $1,053.551 $156,684.973 $138,955.872 2013 $6,105.121 $4,727.749 $1,377.372 $203.461 $90.662 $1,083.249 $163,313.901 $145,440.066 2014 $6,234.790 $1,415.400 $206.089 $91.729 $1,117.581 $170,501.946 $151,964.453 $4,819.390 2015 $4,910.966 $1,454.052 $208.677 $92.776 $1,152.598 $178,000.097 $158,718.956 $6,365.018 2016 $6,495.725 $5,002.401 $1,493.324 $211.224 $93.803 $1,188.298 $184,554.104 $164,632.280 2017 $6,626.831 $5,093.620 $1,533.212 $213.727 $94.807 $1,224.678 $190,579.323 $170,079.580 $196,632.437 $1,261.737 $95.788 $216.184 $1,573.709 $5,184.544 $175,558.051 $6,758.253 2018 $181,059.336 $202,703.783 $1,299.470 $96.746 $218.593 $1,614.810 $5,275.095 2019 $6,889.905 2020 $7,021.699 $1,656.506 $220.953 $97.680 $1,337.873 $208,783.346 $186,574.685 $5,365.193 2021 $5,454.756 $1,698.792 $223.262 $98.589 $1,376.941 $214,860.788 $192,095.039 $7,153.548 2022 $7,285.360 $5,543.703 $1,741.657 $225.517 $99.473 $1,416.668 $220,925.468 $197,611.050 2023 $7,417.042 $5,631.950 $1,785.093 $227.717 $100.329 $1,457.047 $226,966.475 $203,113.106 $7,548.502 2024 $5,719.413 $1,829.089 $229.859 $101.159 $1,498.070 $232,972.656 $208,591.360 2025 $5,806.008 $1,873.635 $231.944 $101.961 $1,539.731 $238,932.649 $214,035.755 $7,679.643 2026 $7,810.368 $5,891.649 $1,918.719 $233.967 $102.734 $1,582.018 $244,834.918 $219,436.054 2027 $7,940.581 $5,976.251 $1,964.329 $235.929 $103.478 $1,624.922 $250,667.785 $224,781.866 $104.193 $230,062.684 $256,419.471 $1,668.433 2028 $8,070.180 $6,059.728 $2,010.452 $237.826 $6,141.995 $235,267.914 $262,078.133 $104.877 $239.658 $2,057.073 $8,199.068 2029 $1,712.538 $6,222.964 $2,104.178 $241.423 $105.530 $1,757.225 $267,631.903 $240,386.910 $8,327.142 2030 $243.119 $8,454.301 $6,302.553 $2,151.748 $245,408.994 $106.151 $1,802.477 $273,068.929 2031 2032 $8,580.442 $6,380.678 $2,199.764 $244.745 $106.740 $1,848.279 $278,377.417 $250,323.507 $255,119.851 2033 $8,705.463 $6,457.257 $2,248.206 $246.298 $107.296 $1,894.612 $283,545.674 $8,829.261 $6,532.208 $259,787.519 2034 $288,562.146 $1,941.457 $2,297.052 $247.777 $107.818 $8,951.732 $6,605.450 $2,346.282 $249.181 $108.306 $1,988.794 $293,415.466 $264,316.138 2035 $2,395.870 2036 $9,072.772 $6,676.902 $2,036.603 $250.508 $108.760 $298,094.494 $268,695.480 2037 $9,192.279 $6,746.485 $2,445.794 $251.756 $109.178 $2,084.860 $302,588.360 $272,915.515 $276,966.452 $306,886.503 $2,133.543 2038 $9,310.150 $6,814.122 $2,496.028 $252.924 $109.561 $280,838.783 $310,978.719 $2,182.627 $109.907 $254.011 $2,546.545 $6,879.735 $9,426.281 2039 $110.217 $9,540.570 $284,523.316 $314,855.193 $2,232.087 $6,943.250 $2,597.320 $255.016 2040 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 109 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

111 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Mining Support Specialty Heavy & Activities for Total Civil Eng. Trade Total (Except Construction Mining Oil & Gas) Construction of Buildings Construction Contractors Manufacturing Date Utilities $1,557.814 2001 $26,386.936 $52,543.623 $15,969.513 $7,372.699 $29,201.411 $92,974.141 $15,273.429 2002 $1,402.206 $11,551.692 $27,539.966 $52,339.109 $16,526.318 $7,330.350 $28,482.441 $96,998.562 2003 $1,401.729 $14,152.522 $29,950.491 $52,191.894 $16,368.805 $7,038.823 $28,784.266 $96,273.817 2004 $1,314.514 $31,828.742 $51,034.388 $15,768.948 $6,888.390 $28,377.050 $125,571.825 $16,183.586 2005 $14,449.689 $31,881.061 $51,825.218 $15,789.948 $7,245.870 $28,789.400 $125,539.229 $1,169.955 2006 $1,327.665 $12,084.986 $22,546.652 $51,190.803 $15,616.009 $7,828.135 $27,746.659 $156,313.344 2007 $1,225.635 $13,787.798 $22,932.662 $50,791.757 $15,238.763 $8,127.424 $27,425.570 $165,969.984 $24,824.050 $1,341.752 $16,150.656 2008 $50,499.538 $14,858.328 $9,033.449 $26,607.761 $149,047.808 2009 $1,541.660 $21,677.127 $42,817.867 $12,703.415 $7,852.965 $22,261.487 $146,019.167 $15,716.864 $1,234.188 $20,952.671 $41,066.684 $11,699.662 $7,394.047 $21,972.975 $146,798.854 2010 $14,692.476 $1,457.428 $17,241.913 $22,608.457 $43,444.205 2011 $7,882.872 $23,508.302 $155,447.308 $12,053.031 2012 $1,389.895 $16,339.206 $23,803.612 $45,246.514 $12,489.622 $8,204.391 $24,552.500 $164,198.171 2013 $1,409.545 $16,464.290 $24,925.854 $47,051.375 $12,905.187 $8,530.310 $25,615.878 $172,852.303 2014 $1,470.651 $26,466.362 $48,714.878 $13,258.567 $8,835.015 $26,621.296 $181,193.156 $17,066.842 2015 $17,742.202 $28,101.706 $50,242.889 $13,555.495 $9,118.722 $27,568.672 $189,258.736 $1,538.939 2016 $1,599.854 $18,321.970 $29,277.571 $51,655.698 $13,807.504 $9,383.783 $28,464.411 $197,330.720 2017 $1,656.518 $18,843.226 $30,317.982 $52,996.218 $14,029.392 $9,637.309 $29,329.517 $205,503.991 $30,172.149 $9,882.112 $14,229.118 $54,283.379 $31,338.385 $19,360.694 $213,608.152 $1,713.692 2018 $221,893.877 $30,962.154 $10,108.458 $14,395.881 $55,466.494 $32,369.225 $19,873.159 2019 $1,771.288 2020 $1,829.215 $33,408.534 $56,660.124 $14,562.029 $10,336.685 $31,761.409 $230,404.596 $20,379.446 2021 $20,878.368 $34,454.189 $57,868.480 $14,729.787 $10,567.284 $32,571.409 $239,141.717 $1,887.380 2022 $1,945.687 $21,368.731 $35,503.910 $59,090.095 $14,900.601 $10,799.545 $33,389.950 $248,106.416 2023 $2,004.035 $21,849.334 $36,555.263 $60,322.808 $15,075.190 $11,032.773 $34,214.845 $257,299.625 $2,062.320 2024 $22,318.976 $37,605.663 $61,567.440 $15,254.497 $11,266.951 $35,045.992 $266,722.024 2025 $22,776.459 $38,652.368 $62,821.520 $15,438.823 $11,501.419 $35,881.277 $276,374.030 $2,120.436 2026 $2,178.272 $23,220.593 $39,692.484 $64,086.029 $15,628.853 $11,736.267 $36,720.909 $286,255.787 2027 $2,235.717 $23,650.203 $40,722.965 $65,359.921 $15,825.067 $11,971.143 $37,563.711 $296,367.155 $16,028.850 $306,707.702 $38,411.119 $12,206.529 2028 $2,292.656 $24,064.132 $41,740.631 $66,646.499 $24,461.246 $317,276.693 $39,259.523 $16,240.393 $67,941.220 $42,742.164 $2,348.973 2029 $12,441.304 $24,840.443 $43,724.123 $69,246.302 $16,460.607 $12,675.806 $40,109.890 $328,073.083 $2,404.550 2030 $70,552.501 $2,459.268 $25,200.667 $44,683.582 $339,095.506 $16,688.243 $12,908.139 $40,956.119 2031 2032 $2,513.008 $25,540.902 $45,617.580 $71,851.120 $16,920.550 $13,136.918 $41,793.652 $350,342.269 $361,811.342 2033 $2,565.648 $25,860.174 $46,523.131 $73,140.844 $17,155.366 $13,362.384 $42,623.094 $2,617.070 $26,157.557 $373,500.350 2034 $43,444.703 $13,584.673 $47,397.238 $74,420.346 $17,390.970 $2,667.152 $26,432.177 $48,236.906 $75,688.292 $17,625.976 $13,803.836 $44,258.480 $385,406.570 2035 $49,039.295 2036 $2,715.779 $26,683.235 $14,019.860 $76,943.339 $17,859.253 $45,064.226 $397,526.922 2037 $2,762.836 $26,910.008 $49,801.599 $78,184.136 $18,089.861 $14,232.686 $45,861.589 $409,857.960 $422,395.873 $46,650.100 $14,442.219 2038 $2,808.213 $27,111.838 $50,521.064 $79,409.335 $18,317.017 $435,136.475 $47,429.199 $14,648.334 $18,540.050 $80,617.583 $51,195.002 $27,288.136 $2,851.800 2039 $18,758.386 $2,893.491 $448,075.205 $48,198.257 $14,850.888 $27,438.386 $51,820.804 $81,807.531 2040 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 110 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

112 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Electrical NonMetallic Fabricated Computer & Equipment & Primary Wood Metal Metal Machinery Electronic Appliance Durable Mineral Goods Products Products Mfg. Products Date Products Manufacturing Mfg. 2001 $47,360.640 $1,903.853 $4,450.672 $3,169.481 $8,610.008 $6,867.799 $9,006.824 $1,795.111 2002 $49,101.526 $1,983.330 $4,896.883 $2,870.879 $8,232.227 $6,139.759 $10,044.186 $1,949.933 2003 $47,251.592 $4,380.186 $2,634.570 $7,755.442 $6,366.387 $10,158.446 $1,939.459 $1,966.075 2004 $1,819.760 $4,942.343 $3,759.532 $8,202.138 $9,889.733 $14,047.671 $1,875.950 $56,674.208 2005 $62,072.053 $1,842.082 $5,373.223 $2,826.404 $9,507.468 $10,960.823 $16,207.690 $2,027.554 2006 $79,261.041 $1,621.916 $3,866.815 $2,665.990 $10,481.857 $12,703.983 $31,280.885 $2,114.486 $14,666.709 2007 $81,466.153 $3,771.041 $2,434.681 $11,805.524 $1,830.399 $27,576.733 $1,872.533 2008 $87,891.295 $3,788.442 $2,866.131 $11,817.713 $14,404.138 $33,361.572 $2,180.383 $1,846.107 $82,321.642 $3,140.781 $2,743.443 $8,623.903 $10,628.705 $36,996.249 $2,049.581 2009 $1,721.838 $81,675.711 $1,731.802 $3,501.286 $2,620.522 2010 $13,417.637 $31,176.403 $2,069.301 $10,810.628 2011 $87,555.374 $1,865.265 $3,742.384 $2,787.263 $11,496.310 $14,400.724 $33,511.938 $2,241.454 2012 $92,886.265 $1,988.224 $3,958.193 $2,934.497 $12,097.662 $15,295.776 $35,647.734 $2,402.586 2013 $98,184.129 $4,170.770 $3,078.917 $12,683.018 $16,187.520 $37,780.339 $2,565.744 $2,111.611 2014 $2,232.081 $4,373.513 $3,215.845 $13,232.637 $17,050.423 $39,849.763 $2,726.822 $103,294.269 2015 $108,338.313 $2,352.225 $4,571.574 $3,349.278 $13,762.551 $17,904.499 $41,902.289 $2,888.918 2016 $113,347.441 $2,472.708 $4,766.235 $3,480.324 $14,276.886 $18,754.896 $43,949.621 $3,052.823 $4,959.942 $2,594.824 $3,220.122 $118,380.947 2017 $46,014.519 $19,611.444 $14,783.153 $3,610.916 $3,386.155 $15,260.175 $48,030.472 $20,445.925 $3,735.978 $5,145.517 $2,714.834 $123,268.422 2018 2019 $128,260.633 $5,333.405 $3,863.244 $15,739.202 $21,299.929 $50,094.836 $3,557.761 $2,838.244 2020 $2,966.061 $5,525.313 $3,994.062 $16,225.211 $22,180.811 $52,224.810 $3,736.246 $133,401.214 2021 $138,691.885 $3,098.376 $5,721.191 $4,128.502 $16,717.941 $23,088.988 $54,421.301 $3,921.775 2022 $144,134.251 $3,235.274 $5,920.978 $4,266.635 $17,217.113 $24,024.863 $56,685.167 $4,114.515 $6,124.607 2023 $149,729.793 $3,376.841 $24,988.821 $4,408.534 $17,722.430 $59,017.215 $4,314.625 2024 $155,479.861 $6,332.003 $4,554.272 $18,233.580 $25,981.233 $61,418.199 $4,522.265 $3,523.157 2025 $3,674.304 $6,543.083 $4,703.920 $18,750.231 $27,002.452 $63,888.812 $4,737.590 $161,385.667 2026 $167,448.279 $3,830.356 $6,757.755 $4,857.552 $19,272.037 $28,052.811 $66,429.689 $4,960.749 2027 $173,668.609 $3,991.386 $6,975.919 $5,015.242 $19,798.634 $29,132.623 $69,041.398 $5,191.888 $5,431.149 $71,724.437 $30,242.179 2028 $180,047.412 $4,157.464 $7,197.466 $5,177.063 $20,329.639 2029 $4,328.654 $5,678.666 $74,479.236 $31,381.747 $20,864.657 $5,343.090 $7,422.281 $186,585.275 $4,505.017 $7,650.237 $5,513.395 $21,403.274 $32,551.573 $77,306.146 $5,934.567 $193,282.611 2030 $5,688.052 $200,139.652 $4,686.611 $7,881.201 $6,198.978 $21,945.062 $33,751.874 $80,205.439 2031 2032 $207,156.442 $4,873.489 $8,115.030 $5,867.137 $22,489.576 $34,982.843 $83,177.303 $6,472.019 $6,753.802 2033 $214,332.828 $5,065.700 $8,351.574 $6,050.722 $23,036.357 $36,244.641 $86,221.841 $221,668.460 $5,263.286 $7,044.430 2034 $89,339.065 $37,537.405 $8,590.674 $6,238.882 $23,584.933 $229,162.776 $5,466.286 $8,832.162 $6,431.690 $24,134.815 $38,861.237 $92,528.896 $7,344.000 2035 $9,075.862 2036 $236,815.002 $5,674.737 $40,216.208 $6,629.220 $24,685.506 $95,791.157 $7,652.599 2037 $244,624.144 $5,888.672 $9,321.590 $6,831.545 $25,236.491 $41,602.357 $99,125.571 $7,970.303 $8,297.180 $102,531.760 $43,019.687 2038 $252,588.983 $6,108.118 $9,569.155 $7,038.737 $25,787.246 2039 $106,009.241 $44,468.167 $26,337.237 $7,250.868 $8,633.288 $9,818.357 $6,333.095 $260,708.069 $26,885.917 2040 $8,978.671 $109,557.422 $45,947.728 $268,979.715 $7,468.012 $10,068.988 $6,563.618 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 111 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

113 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Transportation Motor Furniture Beverage & Equipment, Excl. Motor Misc. NonDurable Food Tobacco Textile Vehicle & Related Manufacturing Vehicles Mfg. Mfg. Goods Mfg. Products Mills Date 2001 $2,904.548 $1,384.782 $2,157.682 $45,613.501 $7,424.093 $1,404.824 $135.025 $5,109.880 2002 $5,118.222 $1,390.239 $2,457.771 $47,897.036 $7,884.705 $1,571.276 $155.465 $4,018.097 2003 $4,207.254 $3,877.559 $1,493.940 $2,472.274 $49,022.225 $8,024.979 $1,537.775 $179.343 2004 $3,101.954 $1,459.180 $2,970.663 $68,897.617 $8,051.665 $1,622.929 $148.492 $4,605.284 2005 $5,622.723 $1,593.365 $2,786.431 $63,467.176 $8,071.942 $1,485.510 $169.209 $3,324.290 2006 $5,791.864 $4,101.569 $1,794.241 $2,837.435 $77,052.303 $9,737.364 $1,812.761 $147.739 2007 $5,984.254 $6,473.823 $1,604.957 $3,445.499 $84,503.831 $9,234.868 $1,868.749 $144.258 2008 $5,398.431 $7,584.744 $1,286.262 $3,357.372 $61,156.513 $7,931.269 $1,772.432 $164.208 2009 $4,199.740 $1,138.759 $3,115.492 $63,697.525 $7,784.489 $1,680.335 $125.689 $7,963.151 $5,114.173 $1,163.870 $2,989.583 $65,123.143 $8,499.378 $1,843.527 $173.054 2010 $7,080.506 $5,534.112 $7,606.839 $1,231.295 $3,137.791 2011 $8,888.359 $1,899.292 $179.464 $67,891.934 2012 $5,925.649 $8,087.219 $1,289.249 $3,259.476 $71,311.906 $9,364.846 $1,971.388 $187.504 2013 $6,320.945 $8,566.275 $1,345.149 $3,373.841 $74,668.173 $9,835.414 $2,039.669 $195.278 2014 $6,709.817 $1,396.973 $3,475.994 $77,898.887 $10,291.770 $2,102.553 $202.625 $9,030.401 2015 $9,490.093 $1,446.490 $3,570.565 $80,920.423 $10,722.638 $2,157.961 $209.336 $7,099.830 2016 $7,492.854 $9,947.995 $1,494.190 $3,658.910 $83,983.279 $11,161.019 $2,212.717 $216.063 2017 $7,892.697 $10,409.246 $1,540.907 $3,743.178 $87,123.044 $11,611.658 $2,267.734 $222.894 $90,339.730 $3,818.237 $1,584.480 $10,858.790 $8,287.861 $229.828 $12,074.599 $2,322.964 2018 $12,549.867 $93,633.243 $3,892.162 $1,628.205 $11,318.634 $8,695.012 2019 $236.860 $2,378.357 2020 $9,117.216 $1,672.619 $3,966.234 $97,003.382 $13,037.471 $2,433.863 $243.985 $11,792.631 2021 $12,280.945 $1,717.714 $4,040.409 $100,449.832 $13,537.401 $2,489.430 $251.201 $9,554.744 2022 $10,007.852 $12,783.730 $1,763.482 $4,114.644 $103,972.165 $14,049.629 $2,545.006 $258.501 2023 $10,476.786 $13,301.126 $1,809.912 $4,188.896 $107,569.832 $14,574.106 $2,600.537 $265.883 $10,961.775 2024 $13,833.262 $1,856.995 $4,263.119 $111,242.163 $15,110.764 $2,655.968 $273.340 2025 $14,380.250 $1,904.721 $4,337.267 $114,988.363 $15,659.514 $2,711.242 $280.868 $11,463.037 2026 $11,980.769 $14,942.188 $1,953.076 $4,411.295 $118,807.509 $16,220.246 $2,766.303 $288.461 2027 $12,515.155 $15,519.159 $2,002.049 $4,485.155 $122,698.547 $16,792.829 $2,821.095 $296.113 $126,660.290 $303.819 $2,875.558 $17,377.107 2028 $13,066.359 $16,111.229 $2,051.626 $4,558.801 $16,718.445 $311.573 $2,929.635 $130,691.418 $4,632.183 $2,101.793 $13,634.524 2029 $17,972.905 $17,340.840 $2,152.535 $4,705.254 $134,790.472 $18,580.022 $2,983.266 $319.368 $14,219.774 2030 $4,777.965 $14,822.210 $17,978.425 $2,203.836 $327.198 $138,955.854 $19,198.235 $3,036.393 2031 2032 $15,441.910 $18,631.191 $2,255.678 $4,850.265 $143,185.827 $19,827.296 $3,088.956 $335.056 $342.935 2033 $16,078.929 $19,299.111 $2,308.045 $4,922.107 $147,478.513 $20,466.935 $3,140.895 $16,733.293 $19,982.136 $350.829 2034 $3,192.152 $21,116.857 $2,360.918 $4,993.439 $151,831.890 $17,405.005 $20,680.197 $2,414.276 $5,064.211 $156,243.795 $21,776.740 $3,242.667 $358.729 2035 $2,468.101 2036 $18,094.040 $21,393.200 $22,446.254 $5,134.373 $160,711.920 $3,292.380 $366.630 2037 $18,800.341 $22,121.029 $2,522.370 $5,203.874 $165,233.816 $23,125.044 $3,341.233 $374.522 $382.399 $3,389.167 $23,812.731 2038 $19,523.826 $22,863.547 $2,577.062 $5,272.664 $169,806.890 $390.252 $3,436.125 $24,508.914 $174,428.406 $5,340.692 $2,632.154 $23,620.591 $20,264.379 2039 $179,095.490 $21,021.854 $398.074 $3,482.050 $25,213.170 $24,391.974 $2,687.622 $5,407.908 2040 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 112 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

114 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Textile Printing Petroleum Chemical Plastics & Leather & Paper Allied & Related & Coal Manu- Rubber Apparel Manu- Product Manufacturing Products facturing Support Products Date Products Mills facturing $287.027 $1,499.281 $348.331 $2,327.771 $2,737.013 $13,434.449 $11,998.838 $4,016.849 2001 $313.847 $1,116.054 $266.713 $2,298.087 $2,499.738 $11,835.136 $16,197.622 $3,758.393 2002 $335.487 2003 $2,249.999 $2,604.676 $11,540.442 $18,028.253 $3,642.453 $587.786 $291.032 $277.737 $197.077 $2,356.401 $2,462.030 $22,346.550 $26,539.162 $4,365.321 2004 $530.253 $332.325 $524.515 $251.011 $2,103.615 $2,465.373 $13,360.077 $30,387.918 $4,315.681 2005 $294.704 $375.353 $215.553 $1,983.537 $1,917.707 $24,316.013 $32,296.876 $3,954.696 2006 $1,944.853 $284.461 $420.563 $281.654 $1,954.407 2007 $32,968.383 $31,054.299 $4,347.336 2008 $301.670 $287.178 $1,672.763 $1,911.794 $19,995.148 $22,798.440 $3,926.878 $394.733 $251.900 $167.668 $1,741.633 $1,687.315 $27,924.865 $19,032.388 $3,082.924 2009 $218.319 $318.946 $411.866 $297.722 $1,739.342 2010 $20,814.946 $24,737.100 $4,242.086 $2,045.176 2011 $331.380 $424.928 $306.179 $1,791.539 $2,136.736 $21,452.406 $26,027.953 $4,453.699 2012 $346.937 $441.639 $317.199 $1,859.009 $2,249.010 $22,273.951 $27,589.751 $4,710.671 2013 $362.125 $327.528 $1,922.737 $2,359.508 $23,051.959 $29,150.155 $4,966.312 $457.490 2014 $472.116 $336.915 $1,981.227 $2,466.230 $23,768.431 $30,684.008 $5,216.357 $376.653 2015 $390.132 $485.043 $345.029 $2,032.513 $2,566.475 $24,399.699 $32,156.634 $5,454.965 2016 $403.778 $497.796 $352.964 $2,083.024 $2,668.139 $25,022.834 $33,666.128 $5,698.816 $360.864 $510.577 $417.768 2017 $5,950.362 $35,227.176 $25,648.064 $2,772.337 $2,133.609 $36,840.437 $6,209.669 $26,274.772 $2,184.215 $368.719 $523.370 $432.103 2018 $2,879.054 2019 $446.787 $376.518 $2,234.787 $2,988.272 $26,902.326 $38,506.516 $6,476.793 $536.160 2020 $548.934 $384.251 $2,285.269 $3,099.967 $27,530.077 $40,225.962 $6,751.780 $461.822 2021 $477.211 $561.674 $391.907 $2,335.604 $3,214.113 $28,157.365 $41,999.259 $7,034.667 2022 $492.955 $574.364 $399.476 $2,385.734 $3,330.676 $28,783.515 $43,826.830 $7,325.479 $406.946 2023 $509.056 $586.989 $29,407.839 $2,435.600 $3,449.619 $45,709.027 $7,624.230 2024 $525.516 $414.308 $2,485.142 $3,570.899 $30,029.641 $47,646.131 $7,930.922 $599.533 2025 $611.978 $421.551 $2,534.301 $3,694.469 $30,648.212 $49,638.347 $8,245.545 $542.337 2026 $559.518 $624.308 $428.664 $2,583.016 $3,820.276 $31,262.840 $51,685.800 $8,568.076 2027 $577.062 $636.506 $435.637 $2,631.227 $3,948.262 $31,872.801 $53,788.536 $8,898.479 $9,236.705 $55,946.513 $32,477.370 2028 $594.968 $648.555 $442.460 $2,678.872 $4,078.364 2029 $660.439 $9,582.690 $58,159.601 $33,075.815 $4,210.514 $2,725.890 $449.121 $613.236 $672.140 $455.611 $2,772.221 $4,344.638 $33,667.403 $60,427.578 $9,936.357 $631.867 2030 $2,817.803 $650.860 $683.641 $461.920 $10,297.613 $4,480.658 $34,251.402 $62,750.131 2031 2032 $670.214 $694.927 $468.039 $2,862.576 $4,618.489 $34,827.077 $65,126.845 $10,666.352 $11,042.452 2033 $689.928 $705.980 $473.957 $2,906.480 $4,758.042 $35,393.699 $67,557.209 $710.001 $716.783 $11,425.775 2034 $70,040.609 $35,950.540 $479.665 $2,949.456 $4,899.222 $730.432 $727.322 $485.155 $2,991.445 $5,041.931 $36,496.880 $72,576.327 $11,816.168 2035 $490.418 2036 $751.217 $737.578 $37,032.000 $3,032.389 $5,186.063 $75,163.531 $12,213.461 2037 $772.354 $747.538 $495.445 $3,072.230 $5,331.507 $37,555.191 $77,801.283 $12,617.468 $13,027.988 $80,488.532 $38,065.753 2038 $793.841 $757.186 $500.229 $3,110.914 $5,478.150 2039 $83,224.116 $38,563.000 $5,625.870 $3,148.386 $13,444.802 $504.761 $766.505 $815.675 $3,184.591 $86,006.760 $39,046.257 $5,774.545 $13,867.676 $509.034 $775.483 $837.851 2040 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 113 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

115 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Furniture Building Electronics & Home Material Motor Food & Vehicle & Retail & Appliance & Garden Beverage Wholesale Total Furnishing Trade Trade Date Stores Stores Stores Stores Trade Part Dealers $116,718.718 $56,549.287 $60,169.431 $13,462.973 $2,506.358 $3,487.993 $4,374.159 $8,548.729 2001 $119,081.071 $56,412.925 $62,668.146 $14,155.346 $2,566.727 $3,228.529 $4,635.792 $8,737.101 2002 $121,190.519 2003 $14,052.916 $2,447.755 $2,973.375 $4,658.124 $8,754.988 $58,774.281 $62,416.238 $123,469.598 $60,841.535 $13,460.013 $2,391.417 $2,974.476 $4,746.374 $8,642.081 2004 $62,628.063 $126,966.194 $63,399.238 $63,566.956 $14,090.974 $2,507.086 $3,167.181 $5,057.805 $8,542.476 2005 $130,016.716 $65,992.141 $64,024.575 $14,182.874 $2,631.457 $3,176.242 $5,446.215 $8,599.178 2006 $2,922.592 $140,069.684 $73,154.009 $66,915.675 $15,079.093 2007 $3,270.656 $5,672.065 $8,895.198 2008 $138,460.799 $63,717.519 $13,979.584 $2,689.449 $3,174.107 $5,545.566 $8,911.454 $74,743.280 $140,403.861 $62,649.473 $12,829.219 $2,465.177 $2,957.170 $5,442.049 $9,257.951 2009 $77,754.388 $141,208.550 $75,961.028 $65,247.522 $14,330.579 2010 $3,257.221 $5,666.732 $9,175.911 $2,774.076 2011 $146,674.682 $78,761.297 $67,913.385 $14,922.259 $2,897.388 $3,393.091 $5,890.971 $9,575.474 2012 $152,488.767 $81,739.708 $70,749.058 $15,551.896 $3,028.742 $3,537.482 $6,129.266 $10,000.893 2013 $159,213.174 $74,016.738 $16,277.217 $3,179.476 $3,703.511 $6,404.239 $10,489.499 $85,196.436 2014 $89,126.918 $77,716.704 $17,098.426 $3,349.789 $3,891.211 $6,715.762 $11,041.789 $166,843.622 2015 $174,529.412 $93,075.293 $81,454.118 $17,928.766 $3,522.793 $4,080.815 $7,029.604 $11,601.975 2016 $182,315.033 $97,065.396 $85,249.637 $18,772.820 $3,699.400 $4,273.332 $7,347.523 $12,173.035 $88,803.292 $100,756.945 $189,560.236 2017 $12,712.078 $7,643.666 $4,453.692 $3,866.572 $19,564.542 $7,938.697 $13,253.207 $4,633.867 $20,356.679 $92,354.623 $104,424.395 $196,779.018 2018 $4,034.668 2019 $203,959.775 $95,897.836 $21,147.975 $4,203.430 $4,813.539 $8,232.109 $13,795.575 $108,061.939 2020 $111,758.285 $99,511.229 $21,955.726 $4,376.297 $4,996.610 $8,530.607 $14,350.450 $211,269.513 2021 $218,703.488 $115,510.873 $103,192.615 $22,779.494 $4,553.201 $5,182.945 $8,833.969 $14,917.579 2022 $226,256.549 $119,316.955 $106,939.595 $23,618.797 $4,734.064 $5,372.398 $9,141.955 $15,496.673 $110,749.549 2023 $233,923.138 $123,173.589 $5,564.809 $24,473.101 $4,918.797 $9,454.307 $16,087.406 2024 $241,697.286 $114,619.641 $25,341.826 $5,107.299 $5,760.009 $9,770.752 $16,689.419 $127,077.644 2025 $131,025.801 $118,546.818 $26,224.343 $5,299.458 $5,957.814 $10,090.997 $17,302.314 $249,572.620 2026 $257,542.362 $135,014.553 $122,527.808 $27,119.974 $5,495.151 $6,158.030 $10,414.732 $17,925.659 2027 $265,599.334 $139,040.210 $126,559.124 $28,027.991 $5,694.241 $6,360.450 $10,741.632 $18,558.984 $19,201.783 $11,071.353 $6,564.858 2028 $273,735.964 $143,098.901 $130,637.063 $28,947.621 $5,896.583 2029 $147,186.580 $19,853.513 $11,403.538 $6,771.025 $6,102.017 $29,878.039 $134,757.714 $281,944.294 $151,299.029 $138,916.958 $30,818.375 $6,310.373 $6,978.711 $11,737.811 $20,513.595 $290,215.987 2030 $31,767.713 $298,542.335 $155,431.865 $143,110.470 $21,181.415 $6,521.469 $7,187.666 $12,073.783 2031 2032 $306,914.276 $159,580.544 $147,333.732 $32,725.089 $6,735.111 $7,397.629 $12,411.051 $21,856.320 $22,537.628 2033 $315,322.403 $163,740.371 $151,582.031 $33,689.497 $6,951.093 $7,608.332 $12,749.196 $323,756.976 $167,906.504 $23,224.618 2034 $13,087.789 $7,819.494 $155,850.472 $34,659.886 $7,169.200 $332,207.945 $172,073.965 $160,133.980 $35,635.164 $7,389.203 $8,030.828 $13,426.385 $23,916.537 2035 $164,427.282 2036 $340,664.960 $176,237.678 $8,242.036 $36,614.195 $7,610.864 $13,764.528 $24,612.597 2037 $349,117.395 $180,392.452 $168,724.943 $37,595.801 $7,833.932 $8,452.814 $14,101.751 $25,311.976 $26,013.823 $14,437.575 $8,662.849 2038 $357,554.364 $184,532.988 $173,021.375 $38,578.772 $8,058.146 2039 $14,771.515 $8,871.823 $8,283.236 $39,561.859 $26,717.258 $177,310.850 $188,653.894 $365,964.743 $40,543.784 $15,103.077 $9,079.411 $8,508.922 $27,421.373 $181,587.508 $192,749.690 $374,337.198 2040 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 114 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

116 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Sporting Goods, Health & General Clothing & Misc. Hobby, Clothing Store NonStore Transportation Gasoline Personal Care Merchandise Stations Accessories Date Stores Retailers Retailers & Warehousing Stores Book, Music $3,450.772 $3,244.523 $3,826.496 $1,759.047 $9,029.570 $4,197.990 $2,280.821 $27,089.000 2001 $3,710.299 $3,287.139 $3,971.197 $1,848.339 $9,962.407 $4,282.359 $2,282.911 $28,069.368 2002 $3,768.620 2003 $1,717.143 $10,387.091 $4,146.348 $2,364.401 $28,944.680 $3,244.002 $3,901.475 $3,772.614 $3,837.563 $1,522.853 $9,918.029 $3,958.981 $2,454.484 $32,011.328 2004 $3,162.650 $3,910.103 $3,595.889 $3,948.577 $1,612.935 $10,733.436 $3,891.589 $2,508.905 $34,188.495 2005 $4,064.605 $3,075.948 $4,101.392 $1,632.307 $10,711.496 $3,918.880 $2,483.981 $36,259.804 2006 $3,797.699 $4,404.355 $3,406.467 $4,415.227 $1,643.066 $10,597.660 2007 $2,811.597 $37,541.835 2008 $4,378.239 $4,103.450 $1,522.337 $10,682.589 $3,445.348 $2,371.970 $38,881.329 $2,913.426 $4,591.021 $4,064.806 $1,572.126 $10,879.153 $3,309.767 $2,306.941 $33,601.440 2009 $2,974.093 $4,457.229 $2,986.650 $4,137.364 $1,517.053 2010 $3,538.118 $2,448.070 $34,267.550 $10,958.518 2011 $4,624.966 $3,109.821 $4,272.400 $1,557.422 $11,424.687 $3,687.252 $2,557.655 $33,899.295 2012 $4,803.076 $3,240.811 $4,415.576 $1,600.219 $11,920.766 $3,845.923 $2,674.407 $34,475.858 2013 $5,009.194 $4,582.900 $1,651.163 $12,491.123 $4,028.431 $2,808.346 $36,161.890 $3,391.639 2014 $3,562.330 $4,773.776 $1,709.895 $13,136.133 $4,234.868 $2,959.663 $37,594.818 $5,243.062 2015 $5,477.848 $3,734.794 $4,963.540 $1,767.488 $13,789.274 $4,443.771 $3,113.450 $38,881.860 2016 $5,714.909 $3,909.970 $5,153.419 $1,824.392 $14,454.056 $4,656.268 $3,270.513 $40,632.883 $1,874.262 $5,325.374 $4,074.094 $5,934.163 2017 $42,443.165 $3,419.326 $4,855.959 $15,079.563 $44,266.531 $15,706.324 $3,569.045 $5,055.903 $1,922.336 $5,494.037 $4,238.140 $6,151.717 2018 2019 $6,367.187 $5,659.100 $1,968.534 $16,333.330 $5,255.776 $3,719.443 $46,149.262 $4,401.838 2020 $4,568.774 $5,825.190 $2,014.481 $16,973.907 $5,459.865 $3,873.563 $48,092.889 $6,585.758 2021 $6,807.240 $4,738.844 $5,992.112 $2,060.111 $17,627.715 $5,668.055 $4,031.350 $50,098.975 2022 $7,031.429 $4,911.932 $6,159.665 $2,105.355 $18,294.371 $5,880.219 $4,192.738 $52,169.101 $6,327.638 2023 $7,258.111 $5,087.915 $6,096.217 $2,150.144 $18,973.454 $4,357.650 $54,304.869 2024 $7,487.059 $6,495.818 $2,194.408 $19,664.502 $6,315.895 $4,526.000 $56,507.898 $5,266.655 2025 $5,448.009 $6,663.982 $2,238.076 $20,367.011 $6,539.088 $4,697.692 $58,779.815 $7,718.034 2026 $7,950.786 $5,631.818 $6,831.904 $2,281.080 $21,080.437 $6,765.618 $4,872.620 $61,122.261 2027 $8,185.055 $5,817.918 $6,999.352 $2,323.347 $21,804.194 $6,995.292 $5,050.666 $63,536.877 $66,025.294 $5,231.703 $7,227.907 2028 $8,420.568 $6,006.131 $7,166.089 $2,364.809 $22,537.657 2029 $6,196.273 $68,589.129 $5,415.592 $7,463.245 $23,280.159 $2,405.396 $7,331.874 $8,657.044 $6,388.146 $7,496.463 $2,445.038 $24,030.993 $7,701.076 $5,602.184 $71,229.969 $8,894.192 2030 $2,483.667 $9,131.710 $6,581.546 $7,659.609 $73,948.734 $24,789.414 $7,941.159 $5,791.320 2031 2032 $9,369.290 $6,776.257 $7,821.061 $2,521.216 $25,554.636 $8,183.241 $5,982.831 $76,746.224 $79,623.113 2033 $9,606.612 $6,972.057 $7,980.568 $2,557.619 $26,325.839 $8,427.054 $6,176.535 $9,843.354 $7,168.713 $82,579.929 2034 $6,372.243 $8,672.324 $8,137.878 $2,592.811 $27,102.163 $10,079.181 $7,365.985 $8,292.738 $2,626.728 $27,882.715 $8,918.761 $6,569.754 $85,617.046 2035 $8,444.892 2036 $10,313.756 $7,563.623 $9,166.067 $2,659.310 $28,666.559 $6,768.856 $88,734.533 2037 $10,546.732 $7,761.369 $8,594.086 $2,690.495 $29,452.729 $9,413.930 $6,969.329 $91,932.269 $95,209.936 $7,170.941 $9,662.030 2038 $10,777.759 $7,958.961 $8,740.068 $2,720.225 $30,240.226 2039 $7,373.452 $9,910.040 $31,028.022 $2,748.446 $98,567.002 $8,882.588 $8,156.127 $11,006.485 $2,775.103 $7,576.615 $10,157.622 $31,815.062 $102,002.710 $9,021.398 $8,352.590 $11,232.551 2040 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 115 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

117 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Transit & Scenic & Support Rail Water Ground Pipeline Sightseeing Activities Air Truck Transportation Transp. Transp. Passenger Transp. Transp. Transportation Date Transp. 2001 $2,434.951 $481.716 $7,364.863 $864.018 $3,245.511 $33.760 $4,846.870 $4,982.630 2002 $5,573.627 $2,521.592 $381.069 $7,263.220 $867.622 $3,320.600 $32.865 $5,105.784 2003 $6,191.776 $2,688.654 $373.190 $7,469.442 $808.986 $2,841.074 $27.946 $5,325.707 2004 $6,349.355 $481.735 $8,456.342 $840.155 $3,136.507 $29.209 $5,937.310 $2,724.145 2005 $2,754.913 $748.156 $9,370.515 $795.920 $2,924.513 $34.821 $6,664.481 $6,361.127 2006 $7,324.819 $2,565.558 $1,079.563 $10,233.974 $1,201.366 $2,915.839 $30.533 $6,703.454 2007 $7,234.375 $2,533.102 $1,254.835 $11,333.123 $1,222.586 $3,242.471 $29.109 $6,236.417 $1,612.252 $6,918.056 $2,481.864 2008 $11,110.949 $1,141.223 $4,084.321 $28.993 $6,721.116 2009 $6,430.418 $1,782.058 $9,400.126 $1,079.331 $2,540.817 $31.300 $5,727.212 $2,155.345 $6,206.797 $1,444.674 $9,552.678 $1,016.374 $3,603.248 $25.063 $5,870.955 2010 $2,289.840 $6,195.960 $2,320.218 $1,440.486 $9,331.565 2011 $3,564.403 $24.520 $5,779.805 $1,010.184 2012 $6,359.457 $2,418.689 $1,476.207 $9,369.809 $1,031.819 $3,623.558 $24.643 $5,848.127 2013 $6,731.506 $2,599.971 $1,560.034 $9,702.943 $1,086.704 $3,798.297 $25.527 $6,101.955 2014 $7,061.835 $1,633.794 $9,958.643 $1,134.102 $3,945.257 $26.193 $6,309.536 $2,769.703 2015 $2,934.778 $1,701.915 $10,167.681 $1,177.136 $4,075.638 $26.719 $6,489.380 $7,369.507 2016 $7,770.433 $3,141.693 $1,791.120 $10,489.093 $1,234.254 $4,253.231 $27.523 $6,743.035 2017 $8,188.925 $3,361.138 $1,883.848 $10,815.232 $1,293.221 $4,435.402 $28.319 $7,002.317 $29.076 $4,617.167 $1,352.601 $11,134.058 $1,978.057 $3,589.888 $7,259.389 $8,616.332 2018 $7,521.666 $29.822 $4,803.197 $1,413.771 $11,457.095 $2,075.810 $3,832.049 2019 $9,061.845 2020 $9,526.113 $2,177.193 $11,784.304 $1,476.744 $4,993.469 $30.554 $7,789.123 $4,088.292 2021 $4,359.313 $2,282.293 $12,115.643 $1,541.535 $5,187.954 $31.273 $8,061.734 $10,009.801 2022 $10,513.597 $4,645.835 $2,391.199 $12,451.063 $1,608.155 $5,386.619 $31.976 $8,339.461 2023 $11,038.206 $4,948.611 $2,503.996 $12,790.510 $1,676.612 $5,589.418 $32.661 $8,622.263 $11,584.349 2024 $5,268.418 $2,620.771 $13,133.923 $1,746.913 $5,796.301 $33.328 $8,910.087 2025 $5,606.062 $2,741.608 $13,481.234 $1,819.062 $6,007.208 $33.975 $9,202.872 $12,152.767 2026 $12,744.217 $5,962.377 $2,866.589 $13,832.366 $1,893.058 $6,222.069 $34.600 $9,500.550 2027 $13,359.473 $6,338.225 $2,995.795 $14,187.233 $1,968.900 $6,440.805 $35.202 $9,803.039 $2,046.581 $10,110.246 $35.779 $6,663.327 2028 $13,999.320 $6,734.493 $3,129.304 $14,545.738 $7,152.094 $10,422.066 $36.331 $2,126.091 $14,907.769 $3,267.192 $14,664.557 2029 $6,889.532 $7,591.966 $3,409.528 $15,273.202 $2,207.416 $7,119.306 $36.855 $10,738.378 $15,355.992 2030 $15,641.762 $16,074.300 $8,055.003 $3,556.348 $11,058.952 $2,290.517 $7,352.459 $37.351 2031 2032 $16,820.145 $8,542.106 $3,707.678 $16,013.151 $2,375.347 $7,588.778 $37.816 $11,383.531 $11,711.835 2033 $17,594.167 $9,054.179 $3,863.533 $16,387.045 $2,461.854 $7,828.032 $38.250 $18,396.985 $9,592.132 $12,043.559 2034 $38.649 $8,069.968 $4,023.920 $16,763.094 $2,549.974 $19,229.188 $10,156.871 $4,188.829 $17,140.922 $2,639.640 $8,314.312 $39.015 $12,378.369 2035 $4,358.235 2036 $20,091.283 $10,749.281 $8,560.756 $17,520.104 $2,730.768 $39.343 $12,715.889 2037 $20,983.733 $11,370.239 $4,532.099 $17,900.191 $2,823.269 $8,808.972 $39.635 $13,055.718 $13,397.423 $39.887 $9,058.606 2038 $21,906.955 $12,020.604 $4,710.366 $18,280.703 $2,917.043 $13,740.548 $40.100 $9,309.285 $3,011.980 $18,661.140 $4,892.966 $12,701.214 $22,861.315 2039 $3,107.964 $23,847.121 $14,084.607 $40.271 $9,560.614 $13,412.881 $5,079.811 $19,040.972 2040 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 116 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

118 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Motion Publishing Broad- ISPs, Search Picture Warehousing Industries, & Sound casting, Telecommuni- Portals, Data Couriers & Total Messengers & Storage Information Exc. Internet Recording Exc. Internet cations Process Date 2001 $1,638.499 $35,366.581 $6,239.224 $1,077.278 $7,884.437 $16,551.829 $3,274.958 $1,196.182 2002 $1,348.361 $34,780.109 $6,596.297 $1,228.985 $8,247.228 $14,600.956 $3,779.331 $1,654.628 2003 $1,614.011 $1,603.894 $34,574.359 $6,575.760 $1,263.826 $8,288.586 $14,233.585 $3,886.672 2004 $1,891.120 $37,850.307 $7,569.373 $1,268.193 $8,956.315 $15,026.901 $4,624.156 $2,165.450 2005 $2,569.542 $39,598.823 $8,077.904 $1,206.733 $9,906.085 $15,359.761 $4,679.883 $1,964.507 2006 $1,870.924 $2,333.774 $44,721.743 $7,186.443 $1,604.300 $11,556.374 $17,525.866 $6,337.390 2007 $1,826.806 $2,629.011 $49,251.323 $8,072.838 $1,685.869 $12,322.510 $20,476.108 $5,986.246 2008 $1,919.051 $2,863.504 $50,684.304 $8,200.876 $1,608.063 $13,132.169 $19,891.748 $7,067.096 2009 $1,666.373 $49,106.471 $7,613.084 $1,656.564 $12,675.131 $19,303.568 $7,060.311 $2,788.460 $1,683.159 $49,510.671 $8,061.021 $1,548.615 $12,645.836 $19,514.011 $6,942.429 2010 $2,574.763 $1,660.410 $2,571.744 $50,632.885 $8,270.075 2011 $12,839.600 $19,996.000 $7,121.123 $1,572.159 2012 $1,683.467 $2,640.082 $52,511.283 $8,604.415 $1,618.553 $13,220.380 $20,777.946 $7,407.103 2013 $1,760.121 $2,794.832 $55,086.498 $9,055.501 $1,685.471 $13,769.282 $21,837.936 $7,792.877 2014 $1,823.713 $58,041.122 $9,572.131 $1,762.812 $14,403.865 $23,051.312 $8,234.218 $2,932.043 2015 $3,059.582 $61,339.180 $10,149.006 $1,849.246 $15,113.341 $24,404.406 $8,726.405 $1,879.524 2016 $1,956.977 $3,225.525 $64,660.232 $10,733.539 $1,934.968 $15,817.623 $25,770.037 $9,224.071 2017 $2,036.375 $3,398.387 $68,108.062 $11,343.105 $2,023.059 $16,541.922 $27,189.481 $9,742.019 $2,113.486 $11,978.181 $71,683.920 $3,574.516 $2,115.445 $10,280.504 $17,286.010 $28,663.282 2018 $18,049.596 $2,206.210 $12,639.208 $75,388.819 $3,757.658 $2,196.349 2019 $10,839.744 $30,191.874 2020 $2,279.091 $79,223.513 $13,326.594 $2,301.184 $18,832.334 $31,775.574 $11,419.913 $3,948.007 2021 $4,145.757 $83,188.486 $14,040.708 $2,398.354 $19,633.812 $33,414.577 $12,021.145 $2,363.672 2022 $2,450.092 $4,351.104 $87,283.933 $14,781.878 $2,497.659 $20,453.557 $35,108.948 $12,643.524 2023 $2,538.349 $4,564.243 $91,509.749 $15,550.387 $2,599.031 $21,291.030 $36,858.612 $13,287.086 $2,628.437 2024 $4,785.370 $95,865.509 $16,346.470 $2,702.391 $22,145.629 $38,663.351 $13,951.815 2025 $5,014.678 $100,350.460 $17,170.310 $2,807.658 $23,016.688 $40,522.795 $14,637.640 $2,720.350 2026 $2,814.075 $5,252.360 $104,963.504 $18,022.036 $2,914.735 $23,903.478 $42,436.413 $15,344.431 2027 $2,909.600 $5,498.605 $109,703.185 $18,901.716 $3,023.522 $24,805.206 $44,403.516 $16,072.000 $3,133.910 $16,820.096 $46,423.240 $25,721.012 2028 $3,006.907 $5,753.599 $114,567.679 $19,809.361 $6,017.523 $17,588.403 $48,494.551 $3,245.779 $20,744.916 $119,554.785 $3,105.974 2029 $26,649.973 $6,290.552 $124,661.910 $21,708.260 $3,359.005 $27,591.097 $50,616.236 $18,376.541 $3,206.774 2030 $22,699.203 $3,309.247 $6,572.794 $129,886.064 $19,184.060 $3,473.455 $28,543.332 $52,786.899 2031 2032 $3,413.327 $6,864.346 $135,223.851 $23,717.482 $3,588.986 $29,505.558 $55,004.961 $20,010.442 $20,855.098 2033 $3,518.937 $7,165.280 $140,671.464 $24,762.762 $3,705.452 $30,476.598 $57,268.651 $3,625.994 $7,475.653 $21,717.366 2034 $59,576.012 $31,455.211 $146,224.681 $25,834.631 $3,822.697 $3,734.404 $7,795.497 $151,878.858 $26,932.596 $3,940.558 $32,440.098 $61,924.893 $22,596.514 2035 $157,628.931 2036 $3,844.061 $8,124.810 $33,429.907 $28,056.078 $4,058.866 $64,312.956 $23,491.735 2037 $3,954.850 $8,463.564 $163,469.412 $29,204.415 $4,177.447 $34,423.232 $66,737.671 $24,402.152 $25,326.812 $69,196.320 $35,418.614 2038 $4,066.644 $8,811.704 $169,394.396 $30,376.858 $4,296.120 $26,264.692 $71,685.995 $36,414.550 $4,414.699 $31,572.574 $175,397.557 $9,169.143 $4,179.310 2039 $4,532.992 $4,292.704 $27,214.693 $74,203.605 $37,409.490 $9,535.764 $181,472.160 $32,790.642 2040 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 117 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

119 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Total Finance, Funds, Trusts, Credit Total Monetary Securities, Insurance & Other Insurance, Inter- and Real Authorities mediation Commodity, Carriers Financial Other Finance & Information Date Insurance Central Bank & Related Investments & Related Vehicles Estate 2001 $338.855 $140,301.033 $50,061.641 $213.263 $22,673.101 $7,912.727 $17,278.461 $1,984.089 2002 $327.312 $138,192.407 $52,389.851 $232.405 $25,215.773 $7,031.412 $17,460.485 $2,449.776 2003 $325.930 $54,319.684 $223.654 $26,680.925 $6,961.904 $18,314.444 $2,138.757 $139,934.131 2004 $140,571.207 $52,431.358 $203.268 $25,339.916 $6,461.558 $17,738.826 $2,687.790 $405.369 2005 $368.457 $145,852.279 $56,963.493 $215.414 $28,327.975 $7,180.922 $18,325.806 $2,913.376 2006 $511.370 $149,595.788 $60,403.356 $221.365 $27,770.450 $7,503.199 $21,229.659 $3,678.683 $242.778 $707.752 $158,527.138 $63,209.727 2007 $30,086.735 $6,518.684 $21,497.197 $4,864.333 2008 $784.352 $68,424.075 $274.175 $34,035.050 $6,371.928 $22,416.266 $5,326.656 $168,617.849 $797.813 $71,004.696 $290.423 $34,239.496 $6,381.317 $24,160.886 $5,932.574 2009 $169,428.155 $798.760 $169,325.061 $68,039.528 $282.543 2010 $6,630.881 $23,002.599 $5,436.431 $32,687.074 2011 $833.929 $172,396.654 $69,000.567 $291.553 $32,586.711 $6,878.153 $23,657.751 $5,586.398 2012 $882.885 $177,565.843 $70,785.125 $304.116 $32,855.898 $7,208.595 $24,614.617 $5,801.900 2013 $945.430 $73,397.857 $320.421 $33,476.938 $7,627.856 $25,886.986 $6,085.655 $184,868.186 2014 $191,944.796 $75,896.303 $336.454 $34,007.834 $8,040.947 $27,150.313 $6,360.755 $1,016.785 2015 $1,096.775 $198,854.389 $78,305.324 $352.296 $34,462.618 $8,449.556 $28,412.114 $6,628.741 2016 $1,179.995 $205,892.870 $80,742.468 $368.456 $34,894.587 $8,865.786 $29,714.444 $6,899.193 $7,171.825 $9,289.362 $35,302.882 $384.927 $83,206.367 $213,056.469 $1,268.475 2017 $31,057.371 $9,719.981 $220,341.058 $1,362.458 2018 $85,695.582 $7,446.337 $32,440.879 $35,686.688 $401.697 2019 $1,462.187 $88,208.604 $418.757 $36,045.243 $10,157.316 $33,864.875 $7,722.413 $227,742.155 2020 $235,254.917 $90,743.847 $436.093 $36,377.836 $10,601.014 $35,329.174 $7,999.730 $1,567.914 2021 $1,679.890 $242,874.144 $93,299.659 $453.694 $36,683.812 $11,050.695 $36,833.507 $8,277.949 2022 $1,798.368 $250,594.275 $95,874.311 $471.546 $36,962.574 $11,505.957 $38,377.511 $8,556.722 $98,466.007 2023 $1,923.603 $258,409.394 $11,966.371 $489.633 $37,213.583 $39,960.729 $8,835.691 2024 $2,055.853 $101,072.881 $507.940 $37,436.362 $12,431.483 $41,582.608 $9,114.489 $266,313.228 2025 $274,299.154 $103,692.997 $526.450 $37,630.495 $12,900.819 $43,242.495 $9,392.738 $2,195.370 2026 $2,342.410 $282,360.205 $106,324.324 $545.147 $37,795.609 $13,373.873 $44,939.643 $9,670.052 2027 $2,497.224 $290,489.071 $108,964.766 $564.011 $37,931.394 $13,850.121 $46,673.204 $9,946.035 $10,220.289 $48,442.226 $14,329.016 2028 $2,660.061 $298,678.111 $111,612.161 $583.023 $38,037.607 2029 $306,919.359 $10,492.408 $50,245.651 $14,809.992 $38,114.069 $602.164 $114,264.283 $2,831.163 $315,204.536 $116,918.843 $621.411 $38,160.667 $15,292.463 $52,082.317 $10,761.986 $3,010.771 2030 $640.738 $3,199.116 $323,525.059 $119,573.132 $11,028.469 $38,177.322 $15,775.552 $53,951.052 2031 2032 $3,396.421 $331,872.052 $122,224.377 $660.114 $38,164.026 $16,258.356 $55,850.580 $11,291.301 $11,549.922 2033 $3,602.903 $340,236.361 $124,869.741 $679.510 $38,120.843 $16,739.941 $57,779.525 $3,818.765 $348,608.569 $11,803.772 2034 $59,736.410 $17,219.353 $127,506.334 $698.894 $38,047.905 $4,044.200 $356,979.010 $130,131.212 $718.235 $37,945.415 $17,695.617 $61,719.656 $12,052.289 2035 $132,741.377 2036 $4,279.389 $365,337.786 $18,167.740 $737.500 $37,813.640 $63,727.580 $12,294.918 2037 $4,524.496 $373,674.785 $135,333.788 $756.654 $37,652.916 $18,634.713 $65,758.399 $12,531.106 $12,760.308 $67,810.234 $19,095.518 2038 $4,779.672 $381,979.701 $137,905.368 $775.664 $37,463.644 2039 $69,881.106 $19,549.131 $37,246.289 $794.495 $12,981.988 $140,453.009 $390,242.049 $5,045.048 $37,001.379 2040 $13,195.623 $71,968.944 $19,994.523 $5,320.738 $813.111 $142,973.580 $398,451.194 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 118 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

120 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Real Estate, Rental Professional Management of Administrative Leasers of Real NonFinancial Total & Technical Companies & & Waste Rental, & Leasing & Leasing Estate Services Intangible Services Date Enterprises Services Services 2001 $90,239.392 $77,598.972 $9,124.487 $3,515.933 $192,477.969 $55,553.811 $11,051.307 $24,068.429 2002 $85,802.556 $72,215.473 $8,544.837 $5,042.246 $196,785.617 $54,917.958 $12,375.834 $24,030.593 2003 $85,614.447 $8,650.222 $4,119.648 $202,848.428 $54,767.194 $14,421.568 $25,566.672 $72,844.577 2004 $75,943.844 $7,969.808 $4,226.197 $207,255.451 $58,493.001 $10,980.761 $26,753.617 $88,139.849 2005 $88,888.786 $76,960.732 $8,898.200 $3,029.854 $218,266.578 $62,298.083 $13,322.722 $29,381.095 2006 $89,192.432 $72,149.588 $12,986.387 $4,056.457 $221,929.040 $65,847.614 $8,950.387 $30,506.707 $69,333.297 2007 $95,317.411 $13,192.212 $5,173.441 $232,485.456 $76,951.758 $10,228.232 $33,405.435 2008 $100,193.774 $13,936.756 $4,890.177 $241,259.500 $73,777.048 $10,756.218 $34,812.424 $81,366.841 $98,423.459 $13,293.763 $4,684.118 $234,209.123 $71,524.577 $10,662.025 $31,196.977 2009 $80,445.578 $101,285.533 $82,323.112 $14,129.299 $4,833.122 2010 $74,442.193 $10,928.294 $35,323.756 $242,805.846 2011 $103,396.087 $84,073.704 $14,444.077 $4,878.306 $255,779.021 $78,520.214 $11,567.064 $37,361.107 2012 $106,780.718 $86,861.884 $14,937.640 $4,981.194 $270,057.419 $83,009.788 $12,271.067 $39,603.698 2013 $111,470.329 $15,615.036 $5,141.224 $284,807.566 $87,655.982 $13,003.155 $41,930.842 $90,714.069 2014 $94,478.385 $16,278.294 $5,291.814 $299,436.903 $92,276.794 $13,736.514 $44,255.511 $116,048.493 2015 $120,549.064 $98,182.263 $16,932.072 $5,434.730 $314,444.673 $97,026.181 $14,494.139 $46,651.295 2016 $125,150.402 $101,970.920 $17,601.378 $5,578.105 $329,681.042 $101,858.358 $15,269.404 $49,096.238 $18,285.895 $105,842.463 $51,619.532 $129,850.102 2017 $16,071.589 $106,833.892 $345,340.709 $5,721.743 $54,220.203 $361,414.564 $16,900.616 $111,950.533 $5,865.444 $18,985.263 $109,794.768 $134,645.475 2018 2019 $139,533.551 $19,699.079 $6,009.002 $377,891.907 $117,205.532 $17,756.333 $56,896.998 $113,825.470 2020 $117,931.968 $20,426.895 $6,152.206 $394,760.422 $122,595.630 $18,638.503 $59,648.373 $144,511.070 2021 $149,574.485 $122,111.420 $21,168.220 $6,294.845 $412,006.140 $128,117.039 $19,546.805 $62,472.485 2022 $154,719.964 $126,360.746 $21,922.519 $6,436.700 $429,613.422 $133,765.439 $20,480.828 $65,367.187 $22,689.212 2023 $159,943.386 $130,676.622 $139,535.967 $6,577.553 $447,564.947 $21,440.071 $68,330.018 2024 $165,240.346 $23,467.674 $6,717.182 $465,841.698 $145,423.212 $22,423.939 $71,358.201 $135,055.489 2025 $139,493.552 $24,257.240 $6,855.365 $484,422.966 $151,421.212 $23,431.741 $74,448.638 $170,606.158 2026 $176,035.881 $143,986.801 $25,057.201 $6,991.879 $503,286.358 $157,523.447 $24,462.689 $77,597.914 2027 $181,524.305 $148,530.997 $25,866.807 $7,126.501 $522,407.814 $163,722.845 $25,515.897 $80,802.289 $84,057.702 $26,590.376 $170,011.788 2028 $187,065.949 $153,121.676 $26,685.266 $7,259.006 $541,761.626 2029 $157,754.155 $87,359.773 $27,685.039 $176,382.116 $561,320.477 $7,389.175 $27,511.746 $192,655.076 $162,423.535 $28,345.373 $7,516.784 $581,055.480 $182,825.140 $28,798.698 $90,703.807 $198,285.693 2030 $7,641.631 $203,951.927 $167,125.008 $29,185.288 $94,084.807 $600,936.229 $189,331.640 $29,930.054 2031 2032 $209,647.675 $171,853.572 $30,030.593 $7,763.510 $620,930.859 $195,891.891 $31,077.709 $97,497.473 $100,936.216 2033 $215,366.620 $176,604.039 $30,880.359 $7,882.222 $641,006.112 $202,495.681 $32,240.164 $221,102.235 $181,371.045 $104,395.170 2034 $33,415.822 $209,132.333 $31,733.619 $7,997.570 $661,127.417 $226,847.798 $186,149.057 $32,589.378 $8,109.362 $681,258.973 $215,790.725 $34,602.989 $107,868.200 2035 $33,446.608 2036 $232,596.409 $190,932.393 $222,459.266 $8,217.408 $701,363.843 $35,799.883 $111,348.932 2037 $238,340.997 $195,715.223 $34,304.251 $8,321.523 $721,404.058 $229,125.971 $37,004.631 $114,830.762 $118,306.868 $38,215.276 $235,778.494 2038 $244,074.333 $200,491.579 $35,161.224 $8,421.530 $741,340.727 2039 $39,429.776 $242,404.162 $761,134.150 $8,517.256 $121,770.237 $36,016.419 $205,255.366 $249,789.040 $780,743.949 2040 $125,213.682 $40,646.016 $248,990.013 $255,477.614 $8,608.533 $36,868.704 $210,000.376 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 119 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

121 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Waste Management Health Care Administrative Ambulatory & Reme- Nursing & & Social Educational Residential Social diation & Support Health Care Services Services Assistance Date Hospitals Care Facilities Assistance Services Services $22,147.465 $1,920.964 $5,048.655 $48,597.646 $27,155.853 $14,002.390 $4,195.542 $3,243.861 2001 $21,969.357 $2,061.236 $5,210.586 $51,669.144 $28,845.211 $15,156.060 $4,291.998 $3,375.875 2002 $23,423.115 2003 $53,322.551 $30,111.468 $15,393.825 $4,387.915 $3,429.343 $2,143.557 $5,167.673 $24,450.498 $5,298.057 $56,019.554 $30,943.000 $17,129.817 $4,433.142 $3,513.595 2004 $2,303.119 $26,954.014 $2,427.081 $5,165.867 $57,176.439 $33,065.592 $16,011.188 $4,390.929 $3,708.730 2005 $27,863.659 $2,643.048 $5,378.214 $54,792.192 $30,450.228 2006 $4,492.722 $3,466.148 $16,383.094 2007 $30,567.684 $2,837.751 $5,461.105 $56,378.410 $31,262.056 $16,836.630 $4,587.680 $3,692.044 2008 $31,831.483 $5,621.363 $59,789.565 $33,426.325 $17,855.283 $4,737.502 $3,770.455 $2,980.941 $28,548.922 $34,977.097 $5,593.627 $62,240.712 2009 $18,487.768 $4,881.876 $3,893.971 $2,648.055 2010 $3,021.125 $5,792.092 $60,063.230 $33,580.080 $18,055.201 $4,742.226 $3,685.724 $32,302.631 2011 $34,167.659 $3,193.448 $6,173.280 $63,222.296 $35,345.532 $19,065.222 $4,982.191 $3,829.350 2012 $3,383.080 $6,594.131 $66,700.561 $37,289.207 $20,177.529 $5,246.203 $3,987.622 $36,220.618 2013 $38,351.160 $3,579.682 $7,035.241 $70,291.853 $39,295.812 $21,330.417 $5,517.916 $4,147.707 2014 $40,479.698 $3,775.813 $7,482.286 $73,850.047 $41,283.635 $22,479.676 $5,785.814 $4,300.922 $6,059.541 2015 $42,673.549 $3,977.746 $7,947.859 $77,498.518 $43,321.624 $23,662.832 $4,454.521 $81,200.437 $8,428.535 $4,183.595 $44,912.643 2016 $4,606.298 $6,336.166 $24,868.806 $45,389.167 $4,758.913 2017 $47,223.695 $4,395.837 $8,929.626 $85,003.883 $47,513.115 $26,112.463 $6,619.392 $4,912.109 $49,692.228 $6,908.984 $27,393.361 $88,906.683 $9,451.345 $4,614.372 $49,605.831 2018 2019 $52,057.919 $9,993.853 $92,906.289 $51,925.055 $28,710.931 $7,204.681 $5,065.622 $4,839.079 2020 $5,069.810 $10,557.260 $96,999.768 $54,209.929 $30,064.472 $7,506.193 $5,219.175 $54,578.563 2021 $57,166.092 $5,306.393 $11,141.617 $101,183.797 $56,544.965 $31,453.149 $7,813.199 $5,372.484 2022 $59,818.556 $5,548.631 $11,746.918 $105,454.654 $58,928.058 $32,875.986 $8,125.352 $5,525.259 $12,373.091 2023 $62,533.718 $5,796.300 $61,356.878 $109,808.219 $34,331.869 $8,442.274 $5,677.198 2024 $65,309.051 $13,019.998 $114,239.967 $63,828.870 $35,819.538 $8,763.561 $5,827.998 $6,049.149 2025 $6,306.901 $13,687.430 $118,744.971 $66,341.256 $37,337.590 $9,088.779 $5,977.347 $68,141.737 2026 $71,028.662 $6,569.253 $14,375.108 $123,317.905 $68,891.035 $38,884.473 $9,417.466 $6,124.930 2027 $73,966.416 $6,835.873 $15,082.676 $127,953.046 $71,474.985 $40,458.492 $9,749.137 $6,270.431 $6,413.530 $74,089.667 $42,057.805 $10,083.277 2028 $76,951.296 $7,106.406 $15,809.702 $132,644.279 2029 $79,979.306 $6,553.905 $10,419.348 $43,680.422 $76,731.426 $137,385.101 $16,555.673 $7,380.467 $7,657.650 $17,319.995 $142,168.633 $79,396.399 $45,324.211 $10,756.788 $6,691.236 $83,046.158 2030 $146,987.640 $86,147.288 $7,937.519 $18,101.990 $6,825.204 $82,080.525 $46,986.899 $11,095.012 2031 2032 $89,277.854 $8,219.619 $18,900.899 $151,834.532 $84,779.549 $48,666.076 $11,433.414 $6,955.494 $7,081.793 2033 $92,432.750 $8,503.467 $19,715.876 $156,701.389 $87,489.029 $50,359.197 $11,771.370 $52,063.587 $95,606.610 $7,203.794 $12,108.237 $90,204.351 2034 $161,579.970 $8,788.560 $20,545.990 $98,793.825 $9,074.375 $21,390.224 $166,461.737 $92,920.735 $53,776.447 $12,443.357 $7,321.197 2035 $22,247.481 2036 $101,988.564 $9,360.369 $171,337.905 $95,633.271 $55,494.866 $12,776.059 $7,433.709 2037 $105,184.781 $9,645.981 $23,116.579 $176,199.444 $98,336.912 $57,215.825 $13,105.659 $7,541.048 $181,037.094 $7,642.940 $101,026.489 $58,936.198 $13,431.467 2038 $108,376.234 $9,930.635 $23,996.253 $7,739.123 $103,696.728 $185,841.405 $24,885.159 $13,752.783 $10,213.738 $111,556.499 2039 $60,652.770 $190,602.756 $7,829.348 $14,068.904 $62,362.238 $106,342.266 2040 $25,781.875 $10,494.688 $114,718.995 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 1 20 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

122 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Performing Accommo- Other Arts & Museums, dation Food Services Services, Arts, Amusement, Spectator Gambling, & Food Accommo- & Drinking Exc. Public Entertainment History Sites & Recreation Date Zoos, Parks & Recreation Services dation Places Administration Sports 2001 $5,217.876 $1,930.924 $284.327 $3,002.625 $21,671.445 $5,144.584 $16,526.861 $21,268.800 2002 $5,645.841 $2,273.701 $337.974 $3,034.166 $21,953.074 $5,215.234 $16,737.840 $20,982.587 2003 $5,732.778 $356.575 $3,093.318 $22,511.280 $5,154.586 $17,356.694 $21,358.712 $2,282.885 2004 $2,314.740 $379.736 $3,109.118 $23,076.822 $5,277.250 $17,799.572 $20,830.045 $5,803.594 2005 $5,883.473 $2,372.176 $402.418 $3,108.879 $23,871.039 $5,630.093 $18,240.946 $21,167.860 2006 $6,343.552 $2,834.854 $468.739 $3,039.959 $27,583.077 $5,924.642 $21,658.435 $22,527.297 $3,078.260 $6,335.017 $2,785.883 $470.874 2007 $28,122.464 $5,993.029 $22,129.435 $23,221.496 2008 $6,502.758 $486.701 $3,228.752 $27,090.879 $5,704.264 $21,386.615 $22,909.245 $2,787.305 $6,140.341 $481.109 $2,829.734 $25,184.510 $5,462.980 $19,721.530 $21,666.354 2009 $2,829.498 $6,511.792 $2,792.164 $490.609 $3,229.019 2010 $5,728.547 $21,515.647 $22,500.293 $27,244.195 2011 $6,837.181 $2,930.846 $515.796 $3,390.538 $28,685.917 $6,026.738 $22,659.179 $23,411.963 2012 $7,194.277 $3,082.864 $543.407 $3,568.005 $30,270.198 $6,353.840 $23,916.358 $24,413.699 2013 $7,560.485 $571.738 $3,750.247 $31,903.061 $6,689.990 $25,213.071 $25,426.948 $3,238.500 2014 $3,390.903 $599.579 $3,929.396 $33,517.700 $7,021.088 $26,496.611 $26,398.174 $7,919.878 2015 $8,285.532 $3,545.648 $627.915 $4,111.969 $35,169.609 $7,358.684 $27,810.925 $27,371.540 2016 $8,653.285 $3,700.924 $656.425 $4,295.935 $36,841.564 $7,699.076 $29,142.489 $28,333.219 $29,299.297 $30,508.235 $8,046.616 $38,554.851 $4,483.762 $685.477 $3,858.800 $9,028.039 2017 $8,400.875 $4,675.242 $4,019.034 $9,409.306 2018 $715.030 $30,267.951 $31,907.051 $40,307.927 2019 $9,796.557 $745.039 $4,870.151 $42,099.054 $8,761.382 $33,337.672 $31,237.291 $4,181.367 2020 $4,345.524 $775.454 $5,068.242 $43,926.305 $9,127.624 $34,798.681 $32,205.363 $10,189.220 2021 $10,586.684 $4,511.210 $806.226 $5,269.248 $45,787.558 $9,499.051 $36,288.506 $33,170.155 2022 $10,988.298 $4,678.115 $837.297 $5,472.886 $47,680.494 $9,875.074 $37,805.420 $34,129.604 $868.612 2023 $11,393.373 $4,845.913 $10,255.065 $5,678.849 $49,602.605 $39,347.541 $35,081.602 2024 $11,801.184 $900.107 $5,886.814 $51,551.191 $10,638.358 $40,912.833 $36,024.006 $5,014.263 2025 $5,182.809 $931.720 $6,096.440 $53,523.364 $11,024.255 $42,499.109 $36,954.641 $12,210.969 2026 $12,621.934 $5,351.183 $963.382 $6,307.369 $55,516.047 $11,412.015 $44,104.032 $37,871.314 2027 $13,033.256 $5,519.007 $995.025 $6,519.224 $57,525.984 $11,800.865 $45,725.120 $38,771.819 $39,653.945 $47,359.750 $12,190.001 2028 $13,444.082 $5,685.890 $1,026.578 $6,731.614 $59,549.751 2029 $5,851.433 $40,515.487 $49,005.160 $12,578.593 $61,583.753 $6,944.134 $1,057.966 $13,853.533 $6,015.230 $1,089.114 $7,156.363 $63,624.245 $12,965.785 $50,658.460 $41,354.253 $14,260.708 2030 $7,367.871 $14,664.685 $6,176.869 $1,119.946 $42,168.077 $65,667.337 $13,350.700 $52,316.637 2031 2032 $15,064.530 $6,335.933 $1,150.382 $7,578.215 $67,709.002 $13,732.440 $53,976.562 $42,954.823 $43,712.400 2033 $15,459.291 $6,492.003 $1,180.345 $7,786.942 $69,745.095 $14,110.094 $55,635.001 $15,848.009 $6,644.661 $44,438.767 2034 $57,288.619 $14,482.738 $1,209.755 $7,993.592 $71,771.357 $16,229.721 $6,793.488 $1,238.533 $8,197.700 $73,783.434 $14,849.439 $58,933.996 $45,131.943 2035 $1,266.598 2036 $16,603.463 $6,938.070 $15,209.256 $8,398.795 $75,776.898 $60,567.642 $45,790.015 2037 $16,968.271 $7,077.995 $1,293.872 $8,596.404 $77,747.250 $15,561.248 $62,186.003 $46,411.150 $46,993.601 $63,785.473 $15,904.476 2038 $17,323.192 $7,212.861 $1,320.278 $8,790.053 $79,689.948 2039 $65,362.407 $16,238.007 $81,600.414 $8,979.269 $47,535.715 $1,345.738 $7,342.274 $17,667.281 $83,474.056 2040 $48,035.941 $66,913.134 $16,560.922 $17,999.609 $9,163.580 $1,370.178 $7,465.851 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 121 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

123 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Membership Total Personal Federal Assn. & Federal Private Organi- Federal Civilian Military & Laundry Repair & Total Services zations Date Government Government Government Government Maintenance Households $7,351.930 $4,439.230 $6,982.706 $2,494.934 $100,804.081 $26,126.522 $15,603.401 $10,523.121 2001 $6,907.362 $4,313.880 $7,396.261 $2,365.084 $105,002.188 $27,323.042 $16,026.016 $11,297.026 2002 $6,813.226 2003 $2,664.727 $105,033.400 $28,139.967 $16,178.969 $11,960.998 $4,274.557 $7,606.202 $6,549.645 $7,622.618 $2,513.406 $105,440.741 $28,659.347 $16,467.683 $12,191.664 2004 $4,144.376 $6,858.195 $4,160.416 $7,575.827 $2,573.422 $107,438.439 $29,067.415 $16,560.277 $12,507.138 2005 $7,282.906 $4,224.333 $8,168.339 $2,851.719 $108,741.000 $30,050.700 $17,013.615 $13,037.085 2006 $30,709.172 $7,405.167 $4,323.818 $8,445.465 $3,047.046 $111,420.423 2007 $17,247.008 $13,462.164 2008 $7,166.537 $8,561.907 $3,067.400 $114,924.347 $32,049.047 $17,746.309 $14,302.738 $4,113.401 $6,732.363 $8,309.050 $2,680.980 $118,670.396 $33,628.124 $18,330.013 $15,298.111 2009 $3,943.961 $7,042.065 $4,031.357 $8,396.512 $3,030.358 2010 $34,128.251 $18,903.344 $15,224.907 $122,512.049 2011 $7,329.136 $4,189.636 $8,730.653 $3,162.539 $122,852.186 $34,203.664 $18,947.316 $15,256.348 2012 $7,644.504 $4,363.213 $9,098.203 $3,307.779 $124,138.668 $34,537.338 $19,133.927 $15,403.411 2013 $7,963.581 $9,469.877 $3,455.530 $126,463.198 $35,154.056 $19,476.934 $15,677.122 $4,537.960 2014 $4,704.277 $9,825.779 $3,598.524 $129,916.360 $36,077.963 $19,989.724 $16,088.239 $8,269.594 2015 $8,576.368 $4,870.010 $10,182.399 $3,742.762 $133,184.208 $36,943.250 $20,469.594 $16,473.656 2016 $8,879.567 $5,032.653 $10,534.631 $3,886.368 $136,490.049 $37,811.578 $20,950.673 $16,860.905 $4,031.555 $10,888.494 $5,195.025 $9,184.224 2017 $17,249.681 $21,432.508 $38,682.189 $139,832.671 $17,639.672 $143,210.793 $21,914.633 $39,554.304 $4,178.092 $11,243.342 $5,356.752 $9,489.766 2018 2019 $9,795.596 $11,598.506 $4,325.737 $146,623.070 $40,427.125 $22,396.570 $18,030.555 $5,517.452 2020 $5,676.736 $11,953.294 $4,474.235 $150,068.090 $41,299.831 $22,877.832 $18,421.999 $10,101.097 2021 $10,405.635 $5,834.207 $12,306.993 $4,623.320 $153,544.378 $42,171.582 $23,357.919 $18,813.663 2022 $10,708.558 $5,989.461 $12,658.870 $4,772.715 $157,050.393 $43,041.521 $23,836.322 $19,205.199 $13,008.179 2023 $11,009.199 $6,142.093 $43,908.774 $4,922.131 $160,584.529 $24,312.524 $19,596.250 2024 $11,306.880 $13,354.158 $5,071.274 $164,145.117 $44,772.449 $24,785.999 $19,986.450 $6,291.694 2025 $6,437.857 $13,696.033 $5,219.836 $167,730.426 $45,631.644 $25,256.214 $20,375.430 $11,600.915 2026 $11,890.609 $6,580.174 $14,033.025 $5,367.507 $171,338.662 $46,485.442 $25,722.633 $20,762.809 2027 $12,175.264 $6,718.243 $14,364.347 $5,513.966 $174,967.970 $47,332.915 $26,184.710 $21,148.204 $21,531.225 $26,641.901 $48,173.126 2028 $12,454.180 $6,851.666 $14,689.211 $5,658.889 $178,616.434 2029 $6,980.052 $21,911.477 $27,093.653 $49,005.130 $182,282.082 $5,801.949 $15,006.828 $12,726.659 $7,103.020 $15,316.414 $5,942.812 $185,962.882 $49,827.974 $27,539.414 $22,288.560 $12,992.007 2030 $6,081.146 $13,249.537 $7,220.201 $15,617.193 $22,662.071 $189,656.747 $50,640.703 $27,978.632 2031 2032 $13,498.572 $7,331.237 $15,908.397 $6,216.617 $193,361.536 $51,442.355 $28,410.751 $23,031.603 $23,396.748 2033 $13,738.451 $7,435.785 $16,189.272 $6,348.892 $197,075.055 $52,231.969 $28,835.221 $13,968.524 $7,533.521 $23,757.094 2034 $29,251.490 $53,008.584 $16,459.082 $6,477.641 $200,795.059 $14,188.164 $7,624.135 $16,717.109 $6,602.535 $204,519.254 $53,771.241 $29,659.012 $24,112.229 2035 $16,962.661 2036 $14,396.761 $7,707.340 $54,518.982 $6,723.253 $208,245.300 $30,057.240 $24,461.742 2037 $14,593.727 $7,782.872 $17,195.071 $6,839.481 $211,970.812 $55,250.851 $30,445.629 $24,805.222 $25,142.257 $30,823.645 $55,965.903 2038 $14,778.503 $7,850.486 $17,413.704 $6,950.909 $215,693.364 2039 $31,190.758 $56,663.200 $219,410.488 $7,057.240 $25,472.441 $17,617.953 $7,909.963 $14,950.559 $7,158.185 $31,546.448 $57,341.816 $223,119.682 $25,795.368 $17,807.248 $7,961.111 $15,109.398 2040 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 122 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

124 Historical and Projected Values for Real Gross Product by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* State & Total State Local All Local Government Government Government Industries Date 2001 $74,677.559 $19,294.503 $55,383.056 $895,397.849 2002 $77,679.146 $20,227.355 $57,451.791 $916,641.968 2003 $76,893.433 $19,687.746 $57,205.687 $922,044.904 $58,512.724 $18,268.670 $964,656.038 2004 $76,781.394 $18,796.030 2005 $982,053.862 $59,574.994 $78,371.024 $78,690.300 $19,054.544 $59,635.756 $1,018,974.403 2006 $80,711.251 2007 $19,271.192 $61,440.059 $1,072,268.237 $63,072.724 2008 $82,875.300 $19,802.576 $1,075,100.754 $64,666.728 2009 $20,375.544 $1,083,686.449 $85,042.272 $1,101,025.428 2010 $88,383.798 $21,148.762 $67,235.036 2011 $88,648.522 $21,227.149 $67,421.373 $1,158,049.419 $21,470.519 $1,207,169.674 $68,130.811 2012 $89,601.330 $69,413.874 $91,309.143 2013 $1,260,849.067 $21,895.269 $71,320.670 $22,517.728 $1,316,888.754 $93,838.397 2014 $73,130.321 $96,240.957 2015 $23,110.636 $1,373,202.166 2016 $98,678.471 $23,712.775 $74,965.697 $1,428,985.930 2017 $101,150.482 $24,324.053 $76,826.429 $1,484,365.658 $24,944.370 $1,540,316.489 $78,712.119 $103,656.488 2018 2019 $25,573.610 $80,622.334 $1,597,078.270 $106,195.944 2020 $108,768.259 $26,211.651 $82,556.608 $1,654,947.644 2021 $111,372.796 $26,858.357 $84,514.439 $1,713,894.333 2022 $114,008.872 $27,513.580 $86,495.291 $1,773,878.923 2023 $116,675.755 $28,177.161 $88,498.594 $1,834,857.839 2024 $119,372.668 $28,848.929 $90,523.739 $1,896,787.020 $29,528.700 $1,959,615.652 2025 $122,098.782 $92,570.082 $2,023,292.937 $94,636.942 $124,853.220 2026 $30,216.278 $96,723.601 2027 $127,635.055 $30,911.454 $2,087,762.656 2028 $98,829.302 $2,152,969.591 $31,614.006 $130,443.308 2029 $133,276.952 $32,323.700 $100,953.252 $2,218,847.404 2030 $136,134.908 $33,040.288 $103,094.620 $2,285,333.317 $33,763.509 $2,352,349.986 $105,252.536 2031 $139,016.044 2032 $141,919.182 $2,419,817.626 $107,426.092 $34,493.089 $2,487,660.961 2033 $144,843.086 $35,228.742 $109,614.345 2034 $2,555,801.972 $111,816.309 $35,970.166 $147,786.475 $36,717.047 $2,624,160.053 $114,030.965 2035 $150,748.013 2036 $2,692,652.175 $153,726.318 $116,257.257 $37,469.061 2037 $118,494.094 $38,225.867 $156,719.961 $2,761,193.067 2038 $2,829,695.411 $120,740.348 $38,987.113 $159,727.461 $39,752.435 $162,747.289 2039 $122,994.854 $2,898,070.050 $165,777.866 $2,966,226.196 2040 $40,521.454 $125,256.412 *M illio ns o f 2 0 0 5 D o lla rs perrymangroup.com 123 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

125 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Forestry, Fishing, Agriculture Fishing, Related, Forestry & & Forestry Total Oil & Gas Total Hunting, Farm Agriculture Logging Trapping Support Mining Extraction Date Other 88.456 2001 29.321 2.672 1.771 24.878 150.359 64.450 59.135 2002 79.365 49.973 29.392 2.627 1.729 25.036 143.405 64.157 2003 75.860 46.905 28.955 2.470 1.633 24.852 144.234 62.961 2004 71.492 28.890 2.415 1.657 24.818 151.657 64.054 42.602 2005 46.382 29.786 2.383 1.614 25.789 162.851 66.331 76.168 2006 68.028 39.303 28.725 2.230 1.618 24.877 183.999 70.732 2007 71.908 43.404 28.504 2.132 1.619 24.753 204.434 75.766 27.944 70.531 42.587 2008 2.179 1.609 24.156 227.661 83.085 2009 75.821 26.155 2.027 1.662 22.466 202.053 85.500 49.666 75.471 30.465 2.326 1.715 26.424 206.533 82.074 2010 45.006 73.651 43.647 30.004 2.266 2011 26.068 237.271 89.444 1.670 2012 74.035 43.600 30.435 2.275 1.675 26.486 244.891 96.144 2013 74.204 43.425 30.779 2.276 1.674 26.828 249.166 101.407 2014 74.355 31.115 2.276 1.674 27.165 253.266 105.262 43.239 2015 43.044 31.445 2.276 1.672 27.497 257.478 108.309 74.489 2016 74.605 42.838 31.767 2.275 1.670 27.822 260.020 110.125 2017 74.704 42.622 32.082 2.273 1.667 28.142 261.585 111.208 262.987 28.455 1.664 2.270 32.389 42.396 112.036 74.785 2018 112.689 264.226 28.761 1.660 2.266 32.688 42.161 2019 74.849 2020 74.895 32.979 2.262 1.656 29.061 265.297 113.212 41.916 2021 41.662 33.261 2.257 1.651 29.353 266.200 113.633 74.923 2022 74.933 41.398 33.535 2.251 1.645 29.638 266.932 113.966 2023 74.926 41.126 33.800 2.244 1.639 29.916 267.492 114.220 74.901 2024 40.845 34.056 2.237 1.633 30.186 267.879 114.400 2025 40.555 34.303 2.229 1.626 30.448 268.092 114.509 74.858 2026 74.798 40.257 34.540 2.220 1.618 30.702 268.131 114.549 2027 74.720 39.951 34.769 2.211 1.610 30.948 267.995 114.521 1.601 114.426 267.685 31.185 2028 74.624 39.637 34.987 2.200 39.315 114.264 267.202 1.592 2.189 35.196 74.511 2029 31.414 38.986 35.394 2.178 1.583 31.634 266.547 114.037 74.380 2030 2.166 74.232 38.642 35.590 113.712 1.573 31.851 265.720 2031 2032 74.067 38.292 35.775 2.153 1.563 32.059 264.723 113.323 112.872 2033 73.885 37.935 35.949 2.140 1.552 32.257 263.559 73.685 37.572 112.358 2034 262.229 32.446 36.113 2.127 1.541 73.469 37.202 36.266 2.112 1.529 32.625 260.736 111.783 2035 36.409 2036 73.236 36.827 32.794 2.097 1.517 259.083 111.147 2037 72.986 36.446 36.540 2.082 1.505 32.953 257.273 110.451 109.696 255.310 33.103 2038 72.721 36.060 36.660 2.066 1.492 108.885 253.197 33.242 1.479 2.049 36.770 35.669 72.438 2039 1.466 72.140 108.017 250.938 33.370 35.273 36.868 2.032 2040 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 124 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

126 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Mining Support Specialty Heavy & Activities for Total Civil Eng. Trade Total (Except Construction Mining Oil & Gas) Construction of Buildings Construction Contractors Manufacturing Date Utilities 9.663 2001 50.800 602.431 152.637 105.296 344.498 1,030.760 76.246 2002 9.767 69.481 51.593 591.981 153.069 102.579 336.333 950.966 2003 9.923 71.350 48.440 576.754 147.321 99.984 329.449 902.925 2004 10.138 47.251 570.308 138.509 103.497 328.302 891.705 77.465 2005 87.086 45.842 590.088 142.476 109.984 337.628 902.404 9.434 2006 9.869 103.398 44.559 630.584 153.999 119.885 356.700 929.803 2007 10.371 118.297 45.605 673.014 160.706 132.078 380.230 934.915 47.530 11.013 133.563 2008 700.670 165.756 138.866 396.048 925.162 2009 9.833 47.959 625.701 146.478 120.038 359.185 839.083 106.720 9.448 44.093 595.740 140.728 117.309 337.703 811.831 2010 115.012 11.200 136.626 44.692 625.002 2011 122.333 353.489 827.363 149.180 2012 11.248 137.499 45.709 643.922 157.644 124.677 361.602 838.576 2013 11.150 136.609 47.165 661.128 165.089 126.832 369.207 851.592 2014 11.144 48.792 676.033 171.379 128.686 375.968 862.559 136.860 2015 137.964 50.252 688.632 176.599 130.219 381.814 872.278 11.206 2016 11.233 138.662 51.116 699.379 180.950 131.497 386.932 880.991 2017 11.241 139.136 51.601 708.887 184.668 132.617 391.601 888.904 395.932 133.619 187.898 717.449 52.000 139.696 895.265 11.255 2018 901.343 399.517 134.367 190.518 724.402 52.370 140.268 2019 11.268 2020 11.277 52.708 731.308 192.983 135.142 403.184 907.340 140.807 2021 141.287 53.013 738.167 195.327 135.934 406.906 913.254 11.280 2022 11.276 141.690 53.282 744.974 197.577 136.735 410.662 919.083 2023 11.264 142.009 53.515 751.728 199.753 137.541 414.434 924.823 11.243 2024 142.236 53.709 758.426 201.870 138.347 418.210 930.473 2025 142.369 53.863 765.066 203.937 139.150 421.979 936.031 11.214 2026 11.176 142.406 53.975 771.644 205.963 139.947 425.734 941.495 2027 11.129 142.345 54.043 778.158 207.953 140.736 429.469 946.861 209.911 952.130 433.178 141.517 2028 11.074 142.186 54.067 784.606 141.928 957.297 436.856 211.841 790.985 54.046 11.010 2029 142.288 141.573 53.977 797.293 213.744 143.047 440.502 962.361 10.937 2030 803.527 10.864 141.144 54.024 967.321 215.639 143.769 444.119 2031 2032 10.783 140.616 54.028 809.684 217.509 144.478 447.698 972.173 976.917 2033 10.694 139.993 53.987 815.763 219.353 145.174 451.236 10.597 139.274 981.549 2034 454.731 145.856 53.900 821.760 221.173 10.492 138.461 53.766 827.673 222.968 146.525 458.180 986.070 2035 53.585 2036 10.380 137.556 147.179 833.499 224.737 461.583 990.475 2037 10.261 136.562 53.358 839.237 226.481 147.818 464.938 994.764 998.935 468.242 148.443 2038 10.134 135.479 53.085 844.884 228.199 1,002.987 471.495 149.053 229.890 850.438 52.766 134.310 10.002 2039 231.554 9.863 1,006.916 474.694 149.647 133.058 52.403 855.895 2040 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 125 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

127 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Electrical NonMetallic Fabricated Computer & Equipment & Primary Wood Metal Metal Machinery Electronic Appliance Durable Mineral Goods Products Products Mfg. Products Date Products Manufacturing Mfg. 2001 650.230 31.446 44.518 27.994 123.280 87.557 157.788 22.361 2002 592.795 29.597 44.438 25.799 114.492 81.663 130.043 19.428 2003 562.371 43.076 24.570 106.153 77.828 115.402 18.240 26.608 2004 27.146 43.334 24.821 107.228 77.274 112.807 17.777 561.960 2005 574.911 27.515 43.726 24.378 114.256 80.320 113.227 17.846 2006 604.208 28.335 44.578 25.942 125.012 88.003 111.863 19.166 94.068 2007 615.008 44.673 25.901 131.062 27.154 111.509 19.710 2008 608.223 42.017 25.553 135.217 96.113 109.522 20.369 25.049 537.029 35.800 20.038 118.066 87.565 98.549 18.062 2009 20.977 513.399 21.167 35.274 21.582 2010 81.350 92.559 17.277 113.527 2011 527.939 21.778 36.174 22.199 116.430 83.767 95.237 17.810 2012 536.645 22.149 36.670 22.571 118.032 85.264 96.864 18.147 2013 546.643 37.251 22.998 119.907 86.969 98.726 18.530 22.574 2014 22.941 37.732 23.365 121.460 88.452 100.333 18.866 555.222 2015 563.329 23.289 38.178 23.712 122.900 89.863 101.856 19.188 2016 570.502 23.598 38.558 24.020 124.128 91.128 103.212 19.479 38.882 23.876 19.744 576.895 2017 104.427 92.271 125.178 24.296 19.958 125.890 105.365 93.171 24.506 39.102 24.090 581.757 2018 2019 586.358 39.302 24.706 126.539 94.030 106.256 20.164 24.294 2020 24.496 39.496 24.903 127.171 94.882 107.137 20.368 590.899 2021 595.380 24.695 39.685 25.097 127.784 95.725 108.007 20.571 2022 599.797 24.892 39.868 25.289 128.379 96.560 108.866 20.773 40.045 2023 604.148 25.086 97.385 25.478 128.954 109.713 20.973 2024 608.433 40.216 25.664 129.511 98.201 110.549 21.171 25.278 2025 25.467 40.381 25.847 130.048 99.008 111.372 21.368 612.649 2026 616.795 25.654 40.540 26.026 130.566 99.804 112.182 21.563 2027 620.868 25.838 40.693 26.203 131.063 100.589 112.979 21.756 21.947 113.763 101.364 2028 624.866 26.018 40.839 26.377 131.541 2029 26.196 22.136 114.533 102.128 131.998 26.547 40.979 628.789 26.371 41.113 26.714 132.434 102.880 115.289 22.323 632.634 2030 26.877 636.399 26.543 41.240 22.508 132.850 103.621 116.030 2031 2032 640.083 26.711 41.361 27.037 133.244 104.349 116.757 22.690 22.870 2033 643.685 26.876 41.475 27.193 133.617 105.065 117.469 647.202 27.038 23.048 2034 118.165 105.768 41.582 27.346 133.969 650.633 27.196 41.683 27.495 134.300 106.458 118.845 23.223 2035 41.777 2036 653.976 27.351 107.134 27.640 134.608 119.509 23.396 2037 657.230 27.503 41.864 27.781 134.895 107.796 120.157 23.566 23.733 120.788 108.445 2038 660.393 27.650 41.944 27.918 135.159 2039 121.402 109.079 135.402 28.051 23.897 42.018 27.794 663.465 135.622 2040 24.059 121.999 109.699 666.443 28.180 42.084 27.935 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 126 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

128 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Transportation Furniture Motor Beverage & Equipment, Misc. NonDurable Vehicle Tobacco Textile & Related Excl. Motor Food Vehicles Mfg. Mfg. Date Mfg. Products Mills Manufacturing Goods 32.457 52.098 33.627 37.104 380.530 93.492 11.392 3.533 2001 31.050 49.322 31.498 35.465 358.171 93.440 11.053 3.340 2002 29.851 2003 34.657 340.554 91.408 10.820 3.450 55.317 30.669 30.760 31.052 34.522 329.745 89.902 10.262 3.346 2004 55.239 31.575 57.424 31.364 33.280 327.493 91.559 10.532 3.271 2005 35.212 59.992 33.056 33.049 325.595 91.550 11.114 3.166 2006 88.202 36.998 60.287 31.718 31.928 319.907 2007 11.303 3.094 2008 34.237 28.988 30.600 316.939 88.020 11.506 3.118 60.558 28.232 24.646 28.230 302.054 88.343 11.350 2.579 2009 56.864 29.068 51.430 24.596 25.569 2010 82.937 10.859 2.899 298.432 2011 29.979 53.047 25.358 26.160 299.424 83.240 10.907 2.891 2012 30.562 54.086 25.842 26.457 301.932 83.962 11.010 2.896 2013 31.221 26.391 26.813 304.949 84.825 11.131 2.906 55.261 2014 56.299 26.874 27.095 307.337 85.512 11.229 2.910 31.803 2015 32.361 57.293 27.337 27.351 308.949 85.983 11.298 2.907 2016 32.867 58.198 27.755 27.558 310.489 86.432 11.364 2.902 312.009 27.725 28.138 59.027 33.331 2017 2.897 11.429 86.874 2.892 2018 87.309 11.493 313.508 27.816 28.447 59.704 33.709 2019 34.073 28.745 27.893 314.985 87.737 11.556 2.886 60.356 2020 61.006 29.041 27.965 316.441 88.158 11.618 2.880 34.435 2021 34.795 61.652 29.335 28.033 317.875 88.572 11.679 2.874 2022 35.153 62.295 29.627 28.096 319.286 88.978 11.738 2.867 29.917 2023 35.508 62.934 89.376 28.155 320.674 11.797 2.860 2024 35.862 30.205 28.209 322.040 89.767 11.854 2.853 63.568 2025 64.198 30.490 28.258 323.382 90.150 11.910 2.845 36.212 2026 36.560 64.824 30.773 28.303 324.700 90.525 11.965 2.837 2027 36.906 65.445 31.053 28.343 325.994 90.893 12.018 2.828 2.820 12.070 91.252 2028 37.248 66.060 31.331 28.378 327.263 2029 66.671 2.811 12.121 91.603 328.508 28.409 31.606 37.587 67.275 31.877 28.435 329.727 91.946 12.171 2.801 37.923 2030 28.456 38.255 67.874 32.146 2.792 330.921 92.281 12.219 2031 2032 38.584 68.466 32.412 28.472 332.090 92.609 12.267 2.782 2.771 2033 38.909 69.053 32.674 28.484 333.232 92.928 12.313 39.230 69.632 2.761 2034 12.357 93.238 32.933 28.491 334.348 39.547 70.205 33.189 28.493 335.437 93.540 12.401 2.750 2035 33.441 2036 39.860 70.770 93.833 28.490 336.499 12.443 2.739 2037 40.169 71.328 33.689 28.482 337.534 94.117 12.483 2.728 2.716 12.523 94.392 2038 40.474 71.878 33.933 28.470 338.542 2039 12.561 94.659 339.522 28.453 2.704 34.173 72.421 40.774 28.431 12.597 94.916 340.474 2.692 34.409 72.955 41.069 2040 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 127 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

129 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Textile Printing Petroleum Chemical Plastics & Leather & Paper Allied & Related & Coal Manu- Rubber Apparel Manu- Product Manufacturing Products facturing Support Products Date Products Mills facturing 9.144 26.980 5.496 26.564 44.452 23.667 83.802 52.008 2001 8.444 20.910 4.815 25.126 40.824 23.229 78.855 48.135 2002 8.243 2003 23.879 38.513 22.852 76.301 45.763 14.816 4.509 8.184 4.324 22.392 37.336 22.914 74.405 45.320 2004 11.360 8.053 9.484 4.408 21.697 36.171 22.882 73.306 46.130 2005 7.982 7.981 4.374 20.657 35.249 23.554 73.234 46.734 2006 34.541 7.984 6.315 4.425 20.149 2007 24.415 74.402 45.077 2008 7.101 4.122 19.326 33.106 25.382 76.004 43.642 5.612 6.189 3.992 18.025 29.675 25.207 72.861 38.795 2009 5.038 6.637 5.152 3.718 17.606 2010 24.002 72.156 41.204 31.260 2011 6.637 5.104 3.652 17.374 31.406 24.132 72.689 41.394 2012 6.671 5.082 3.604 17.231 31.710 24.383 73.592 41.792 2013 6.717 3.562 17.116 32.067 24.676 74.622 42.260 5.068 2014 5.042 3.513 16.964 32.357 24.917 75.502 42.640 6.750 2015 6.767 5.004 3.456 16.770 32.564 25.096 76.193 42.912 2016 6.783 4.964 3.399 16.573 32.764 25.268 76.868 43.172 3.342 4.924 6.800 2017 43.429 77.538 25.438 32.960 16.377 78.205 43.681 25.606 16.180 3.286 4.884 6.818 2018 33.153 2019 6.836 3.230 15.984 33.344 25.772 78.867 43.929 4.844 2020 4.803 3.175 15.789 33.531 25.935 79.524 44.173 6.855 2021 6.875 4.762 3.120 15.593 33.714 26.096 80.177 44.413 2022 6.895 4.721 3.066 15.399 33.895 26.255 80.825 44.648 3.012 2023 6.916 4.679 26.412 15.204 34.072 81.467 44.879 2024 6.937 2.959 15.011 34.245 26.566 82.105 45.105 4.638 2025 4.596 2.907 14.818 34.416 26.718 82.737 45.327 6.959 2026 6.982 4.554 2.855 14.625 34.582 26.867 83.364 45.544 2027 7.006 4.512 2.804 14.433 34.746 27.014 83.985 45.756 45.964 84.600 27.158 2028 7.030 4.469 2.753 14.242 34.905 2029 4.427 46.167 85.209 27.299 35.061 14.052 2.703 7.055 4.384 2.654 13.863 35.214 27.438 85.811 46.366 7.080 2030 13.675 7.099 4.341 2.605 46.560 35.364 27.575 86.410 2031 2032 7.119 4.298 2.557 13.487 35.510 27.709 87.002 46.750 46.935 2033 7.140 4.255 2.509 13.301 35.652 27.841 87.588 7.161 4.212 47.114 2034 88.167 27.969 2.462 13.116 35.790 7.182 4.169 2.415 12.931 35.925 28.095 88.739 47.289 2035 2.369 2036 7.205 4.126 28.218 12.748 36.056 89.303 47.459 2037 7.228 4.083 2.324 12.566 36.182 28.338 89.861 47.623 47.782 90.411 28.456 2038 7.252 4.040 2.279 12.385 36.305 2039 90.954 28.570 36.424 12.205 47.936 2.235 3.997 7.277 12.026 91.489 28.681 36.540 48.085 2.192 3.953 7.303 2040 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 128 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

130 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Furniture Building Electronics & Home Material Motor Food & Vehicle & Retail & Appliance & Garden Beverage Wholesale Total Furnishing Trade Trade Date Stores Stores Stores Stores Trade Part Dealers 1,610.154 476.533 1,133.621 152.171 41.417 47.051 78.405 212.731 2001 1,586.832 463.752 1,123.080 154.501 41.927 42.810 83.065 203.987 2002 1,556.909 2003 152.716 40.614 41.130 81.175 195.278 461.742 1,095.167 1,569.828 1,102.580 152.809 41.535 42.660 84.337 195.909 2004 467.248 1,605.924 479.965 1,125.959 152.991 43.201 44.994 86.765 193.474 2005 1,652.875 502.819 1,150.056 155.673 44.734 46.187 92.713 197.129 2006 46.323 1,702.672 523.444 1,179.228 159.606 2007 46.527 94.623 201.046 2008 1,726.946 1,192.813 158.541 44.812 47.328 93.764 205.196 534.133 1,662.798 1,158.985 144.459 39.628 41.021 91.372 207.656 2009 503.813 1,653.043 511.728 1,141.315 151.757 2010 45.831 90.002 197.134 42.886 2011 1,687.538 522.571 1,164.967 154.905 43.770 47.050 91.995 201.585 2012 1,719.748 532.713 1,187.034 157.843 44.594 48.214 93.866 205.775 2013 1,756.568 1,212.277 161.203 45.537 49.518 95.994 210.530 544.290 2014 558.330 1,242.978 165.289 46.685 51.057 98.560 216.250 1,801.308 2015 1,844.477 571.891 1,272.586 169.230 47.790 52.564 101.045 221.799 2016 1,886.630 585.146 1,301.484 173.076 48.869 54.055 103.480 227.242 1,325.242 596.101 1,921.343 2017 231.803 105.512 55.343 49.754 176.239 107.444 236.151 56.587 179.228 1,347.695 606.479 1,954.175 2018 50.590 2019 1,985.133 1,368.850 182.045 51.377 57.785 109.278 240.284 616.283 2020 626.044 1,389.889 184.846 52.159 58.988 111.106 244.410 2,015.933 2021 2,046.551 635.754 1,410.797 187.630 52.935 60.193 112.928 248.526 2022 2,076.966 645.408 1,431.557 190.394 53.706 61.400 114.743 252.628 1,452.155 2023 2,107.154 654.998 62.609 193.137 54.470 116.549 256.715 2024 2,137.092 1,472.575 195.856 55.226 63.818 118.344 260.782 664.517 2025 673.957 1,492.801 198.550 55.975 65.027 120.128 264.827 2,166.758 2026 2,196.129 683.312 1,512.817 201.215 56.716 66.234 121.899 268.848 2027 2,225.181 692.574 1,532.607 203.851 57.448 67.439 123.656 272.840 276.801 125.397 68.641 2028 2,253.892 701.736 1,552.156 206.454 58.170 2029 710.791 280.728 127.121 69.839 58.882 209.023 1,571.447 2,282.238 719.731 1,590.466 211.556 59.583 71.032 128.827 284.618 2,310.197 2030 214.051 2,337.745 728.542 1,609.202 288.467 60.273 72.233 130.513 2031 2032 2,364.860 737.225 1,627.635 216.506 60.950 73.427 132.177 292.272 296.030 2033 2,391.520 745.771 1,645.748 218.918 61.616 74.614 133.819 2,417.701 754.175 299.739 2034 135.437 75.792 1,663.527 221.286 62.268 2,443.382 762.427 1,680.955 223.607 62.906 76.960 137.030 303.396 2035 1,698.019 2036 2,468.542 770.522 78.119 225.880 63.531 138.597 306.997 2037 2,493.157 778.454 1,714.703 228.102 64.140 79.265 140.136 310.539 314.020 141.646 80.399 2038 2,517.207 786.214 1,730.993 230.272 64.735 2039 143.125 81.520 65.314 232.388 317.437 1,746.875 793.796 2,540.671 234.447 144.572 82.626 65.876 320.786 1,762.334 801.194 2,563.528 2040 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 129 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

131 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Sporting Goods, Health & General Clothing & Misc. Hobby, Clothing Store NonStore Transportation Gasoline Personal Care Merchandise Stations Accessories Date Stores Retailers Retailers & Warehousing Stores Book, Music 56.794 71.719 99.842 41.441 235.236 70.087 26.727 357.854 2001 57.260 70.804 98.020 39.993 239.195 66.887 24.631 344.987 2002 56.876 2003 37.746 236.919 63.494 21.162 341.159 68.881 99.176 57.466 100.956 35.771 236.599 63.401 21.333 355.736 2004 69.804 57.222 69.424 104.874 36.982 251.581 63.297 21.154 365.542 2005 58.994 68.478 112.152 37.542 252.945 62.652 20.857 381.071 2006 61.454 62.220 69.099 121.194 37.570 258.210 2007 21.356 393.727 2008 64.515 118.579 38.299 267.599 62.326 21.823 399.305 70.031 65.498 115.122 40.163 263.091 59.878 20.414 376.578 2009 70.683 61.494 67.098 112.260 36.528 2010 59.766 21.009 372.429 255.549 2011 62.634 68.519 113.955 37.218 260.773 61.058 21.505 373.177 2012 63.685 69.849 115.473 37.854 265.637 62.269 21.975 375.915 2013 64.900 117.278 38.589 271.208 63.648 22.506 384.236 71.366 2014 73.206 119.583 39.494 277.996 65.317 23.142 392.140 66.401 2015 67.837 74.983 121.755 40.360 284.533 66.930 23.760 399.243 2016 69.228 76.719 123.831 41.201 290.907 68.508 24.368 406.405 41.876 125.393 78.153 70.340 2017 412.929 24.883 69.818 296.128 419.020 301.052 25.376 71.061 42.507 126.810 79.511 71.377 2018 2019 72.341 128.087 43.095 305.682 72.238 25.847 425.125 80.793 2020 82.070 129.333 43.676 310.281 73.409 26.317 431.242 73.293 2021 74.234 83.339 130.549 44.251 314.847 74.576 26.788 437.371 2022 75.163 84.600 131.734 44.818 319.377 75.736 27.259 443.509 132.886 2023 76.078 85.852 76.889 45.378 323.865 27.728 449.656 2024 76.979 134.004 45.931 328.309 78.035 28.197 455.809 87.094 2025 88.325 135.088 46.474 332.706 79.171 28.663 461.967 77.866 2026 78.737 89.545 136.136 47.009 337.052 80.298 29.129 468.129 2027 79.592 90.751 137.147 47.534 341.343 81.414 29.592 474.292 480.455 30.052 82.519 2028 80.430 91.944 138.121 48.050 345.576 2029 93.123 486.616 30.510 83.612 349.747 48.555 139.056 81.250 94.285 139.952 49.050 353.853 84.691 30.965 492.772 82.051 2030 49.533 82.834 95.431 140.807 498.756 357.889 85.756 31.416 2031 2032 83.596 96.558 141.621 50.005 361.852 86.806 31.863 504.726 510.680 2033 84.338 97.668 142.394 50.465 365.741 87.841 32.306 85.058 98.758 516.614 2034 32.745 88.858 143.124 50.912 369.550 85.757 99.827 143.810 51.347 373.277 89.858 33.179 522.527 2035 144.453 2036 86.434 100.875 90.840 51.768 376.919 33.607 528.415 2037 87.087 101.901 145.051 52.176 380.472 91.802 34.030 534.275 540.103 34.447 92.745 2038 87.717 102.904 145.605 52.570 383.934 2039 34.858 93.666 387.301 52.950 545.896 146.113 103.883 88.322 53.314 35.262 94.566 390.570 551.648 146.575 104.837 88.903 2040 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 130 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

132 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Transit & Scenic & Support Water Air Pipeline Sightseeing Activities Truck Rail Ground Transp. Transp. Passenger Transp. Transp. Transportation Transportation Date Transp. 2001 5.334 110.122 17.256 17.293 0.822 57.820 77.094 15.450 72.094 15.305 5.008 105.944 17.529 15.299 0.709 55.723 2002 67.569 15.274 4.628 103.061 16.964 13.649 0.662 57.283 2003 66.411 2004 106.500 16.437 12.197 0.645 61.131 15.987 4.342 63.174 4.476 111.474 16.624 12.154 0.710 64.261 2005 16.715 63.474 17.462 4.796 117.733 16.928 12.517 0.674 68.001 2006 64.765 17.600 4.948 122.195 17.523 13.285 0.722 2007 69.870 2008 64.549 17.229 5.043 121.239 18.110 12.887 0.662 72.827 2009 61.320 5.205 110.846 18.722 13.418 0.743 67.194 16.038 60.411 4.724 112.821 16.982 12.069 0.608 67.701 2010 16.029 60.644 16.062 4.743 112.906 2011 12.117 0.605 67.718 17.060 2012 61.208 16.197 4.787 113.585 17.229 12.229 0.605 68.090 2013 62.684 16.571 4.903 115.946 17.654 12.523 0.613 69.469 2014 64.098 5.014 118.174 18.063 12.805 0.621 70.768 16.929 2015 17.252 5.115 120.155 18.436 13.062 0.627 71.917 65.387 2016 66.689 17.579 5.217 122.147 18.814 13.321 0.634 73.072 2017 67.892 17.878 5.311 123.942 19.163 13.560 0.639 74.108 5.400 18.159 69.028 0.643 75.062 13.786 19.495 125.602 2018 76.014 0.648 14.013 19.828 127.261 5.489 18.442 70.171 2019 2020 71.320 5.579 128.918 20.163 14.241 0.652 76.965 18.725 2021 19.009 5.670 130.573 20.500 14.470 0.656 77.913 72.476 2022 73.637 19.294 5.760 132.226 20.840 14.700 0.660 78.859 2023 74.805 19.580 5.851 133.877 21.181 14.931 0.664 79.803 75.977 2024 19.867 5.943 135.524 21.524 15.163 0.668 80.743 2025 20.154 6.035 137.167 21.868 15.397 0.671 81.680 77.156 2026 78.339 20.442 6.127 138.806 22.215 15.631 0.675 82.614 2027 79.527 20.730 6.220 140.440 22.562 15.865 0.679 83.543 22.912 84.469 0.682 16.101 2028 80.719 21.019 6.313 142.069 21.308 85.390 0.685 23.262 143.691 6.406 81.916 2029 16.337 21.597 6.500 145.307 23.614 16.574 0.689 86.306 83.117 2030 146.868 84.293 21.880 6.591 87.188 23.959 16.806 0.692 2031 2032 85.471 22.162 6.683 148.418 24.305 17.038 0.694 88.064 88.932 2033 86.651 22.443 6.775 149.959 24.652 17.270 0.697 87.832 22.724 89.793 2034 0.700 17.502 6.866 151.489 24.999 89.014 23.005 6.958 153.007 25.347 17.734 0.702 90.647 2035 7.050 2036 90.196 23.285 17.966 154.513 25.694 0.704 91.492 2037 91.378 23.564 7.141 156.006 26.042 18.198 0.707 92.329 93.156 0.709 18.429 2038 92.559 23.843 7.233 157.484 26.390 93.973 0.711 18.660 26.737 158.947 7.324 24.119 93.739 2039 27.084 94.916 0.713 24.395 18.890 94.779 7.415 160.393 2040 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 131 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

133 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Motion Broad- Publishing ISPs, Search Picture Industries, & Sound Couriers & Telecommuni- Portals, Data Total Warehousing casting, & Storage Information Exc. Internet Date Exc. Internet cations Process Messengers Recording 36.783 19.880 270.150 55.928 17.410 25.221 126.273 42.895 2001 35.511 21.865 249.612 53.200 17.883 25.073 112.114 38.962 2002 36.455 2003 50.682 18.140 25.287 102.021 36.757 25.614 236.485 35.791 226.594 49.421 16.932 25.409 95.573 35.380 2004 36.295 37.107 38.847 223.480 49.629 16.733 25.873 92.307 35.085 2005 38.431 41.055 223.675 50.056 16.892 26.368 89.429 36.850 2006 26.574 38.976 43.843 222.003 49.238 16.456 2007 95.356 29.866 2008 38.917 217.450 47.446 16.317 23.587 96.436 29.028 47.842 35.926 205.688 43.497 16.499 22.167 92.642 26.393 2009 47.166 36.471 44.612 202.877 44.346 2010 22.265 89.691 27.067 15.115 2011 36.628 44.692 202.075 44.212 14.998 22.300 89.194 26.961 2012 36.979 45.007 203.467 44.560 15.042 22.575 89.667 27.148 2013 37.881 206.990 45.376 15.243 23.085 91.080 27.620 45.990 2014 46.922 211.140 46.331 15.486 23.666 92.764 28.176 38.745 2015 39.534 47.758 216.100 47.466 15.786 24.339 94.802 28.841 2016 40.332 48.600 220.691 48.523 16.055 24.972 96.674 29.458 16.321 49.583 225.284 49.365 41.069 2017 30.076 98.543 25.606 30.695 2018 26.241 100.408 16.584 50.645 229.873 50.078 41.766 2019 42.468 234.455 51.708 16.842 26.874 102.267 31.314 50.792 2020 51.506 239.025 52.772 17.097 27.507 104.118 31.932 43.173 2021 43.882 52.222 243.580 53.834 17.347 28.137 105.960 32.549 2022 44.595 52.938 248.114 54.896 17.592 28.764 107.790 33.165 252.624 2023 45.311 53.654 29.387 55.955 17.832 109.608 33.779 2024 46.031 257.106 57.010 18.067 30.006 111.412 34.390 54.370 2025 55.086 261.554 58.062 18.297 30.619 113.199 34.998 46.754 2026 47.480 55.802 265.965 59.108 18.520 31.225 114.969 35.603 2027 48.208 56.517 270.335 60.148 18.738 31.824 116.719 36.203 36.799 118.448 32.415 2028 48.940 57.232 274.657 61.181 18.949 2029 57.945 37.389 120.154 32.997 19.153 62.206 278.929 49.674 58.657 283.146 63.222 19.351 33.569 121.836 37.973 50.410 2030 64.226 51.132 59.348 287.302 38.544 19.544 34.158 123.469 2031 2032 51.855 60.037 291.395 65.220 19.730 34.737 125.073 39.108 39.664 2033 52.578 60.723 295.418 66.201 19.908 35.305 126.647 53.302 61.406 40.212 2034 128.189 35.860 299.368 67.169 20.079 54.027 62.085 303.240 68.123 20.241 36.401 129.698 40.751 2035 307.031 2036 54.752 62.761 36.928 69.062 20.395 131.171 41.280 2037 55.476 63.433 310.735 69.985 20.541 37.440 132.607 41.800 42.309 134.005 37.936 2038 56.200 64.100 314.349 70.892 20.677 2039 135.363 38.416 20.805 71.780 42.806 317.867 64.762 56.923 72.649 136.680 38.877 20.924 43.293 321.287 65.419 57.644 2040 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 132 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

134 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Total Funds, Trusts, Finance, Credit Inter- Insurance & Other Total Securities, Monetary Insurance, Other mediation Commodity, Carriers Financial and Real Finance & Authorities Date Insurance Central Bank & Related Investments & Related Vehicles Information Estate 2.423 580.640 402.378 1.753 195.555 40.573 156.652 7.845 2001 2.380 585.350 408.142 1.901 201.559 39.250 157.207 8.225 2002 3.598 2003 1.897 210.511 38.478 160.276 7.595 594.233 418.757 3.879 425.971 1.738 218.145 38.690 159.384 8.014 2004 602.745 3.853 616.975 438.413 1.703 229.576 40.268 158.273 8.593 2005 4.080 639.770 457.311 1.895 241.557 42.776 162.619 2006 8.464 2007 4.513 652.643 465.602 1.915 246.161 46.617 163.073 7.836 2008 4.636 467.833 1.863 242.021 49.593 166.216 8.140 659.094 4.490 458.740 1.799 236.858 48.230 164.245 7.608 2009 641.089 4.393 635.547 450.208 1.816 2010 48.591 161.111 7.889 230.801 2011 4.410 639.297 452.410 1.837 230.873 49.269 162.477 7.955 2012 4.475 648.134 458.206 1.872 232.759 50.348 165.142 8.085 2013 4.588 467.834 1.924 236.555 51.866 169.206 8.284 662.412 2014 673.729 475.356 1.967 239.245 53.170 172.528 8.446 4.717 2015 4.866 683.913 482.067 2.007 241.492 54.401 175.572 8.594 2016 5.009 694.030 488.718 2.048 243.678 55.641 178.608 8.742 8.890 181.636 56.891 245.801 2.089 495.306 704.071 5.153 2017 247.858 714.029 5.300 2018 501.824 9.037 184.652 58.148 2.130 2019 5.449 508.269 2.170 249.847 59.413 187.654 9.183 723.897 2020 733.667 514.634 2.211 251.767 60.686 190.641 9.329 5.600 2021 5.753 743.331 520.916 2.252 253.616 61.964 193.610 9.473 2022 5.907 752.882 527.109 2.293 255.392 63.248 196.558 9.617 533.207 2023 6.063 762.312 64.537 2.334 257.093 199.483 9.760 2024 6.221 539.207 2.375 258.718 65.829 202.384 9.901 771.614 2025 780.780 545.104 2.416 260.265 67.125 205.257 10.041 6.380 2026 6.541 789.802 550.891 2.457 261.732 68.423 208.100 10.179 2027 6.703 798.674 556.566 2.497 263.119 69.723 210.911 10.316 10.451 213.688 71.023 2028 6.866 807.387 562.123 2.538 264.423 2029 815.934 10.584 216.428 72.323 265.643 2.578 567.557 7.030 824.309 572.863 2.618 266.779 73.621 219.129 10.716 7.196 2030 2.658 7.361 832.504 578.038 10.845 267.829 74.918 221.788 2031 2032 7.526 840.512 583.077 2.697 268.792 76.212 224.404 10.972 11.097 2033 7.693 848.325 587.976 2.736 269.667 77.502 226.974 7.860 855.938 11.220 2034 229.495 78.786 592.729 2.775 270.454 8.027 863.344 597.334 2.813 271.151 80.065 231.966 11.340 2035 601.787 2036 8.194 870.535 81.338 2.851 271.757 234.383 11.457 2037 8.362 877.506 606.082 2.889 272.273 82.602 236.746 11.572 11.684 239.052 83.858 2038 8.529 884.250 610.217 2.926 272.697 2039 241.299 85.104 273.030 2.962 11.793 614.187 890.762 8.697 2.998 2040 243.484 86.340 273.270 11.899 617.990 897.034 8.864 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 133 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

135 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Real Estate, Professional Management of Administrative Rental Leasers of & Leasing Total & Technical Companies & & Waste Real NonFinancial Rental, Estate Services Intangible Services Services Date Services & Leasing Enterprises 178.262 115.753 60.391 2.118 3,451.571 480.595 35.637 586.827 2001 177.208 116.305 58.905 1.998 3,499.865 465.038 40.281 568.098 2002 175.476 2003 1.871 3,538.544 459.838 41.277 557.954 115.480 58.125 176.774 58.263 1.852 3,637.181 475.384 47.232 582.473 2004 116.659 178.562 117.913 58.670 1.979 3,754.906 500.700 53.284 615.405 2005 182.459 120.441 59.834 2.184 3,909.267 533.483 56.862 656.842 2006 566.421 187.041 123.868 60.946 2.227 4,072.356 2007 67.858 679.395 2008 191.261 62.018 2.330 4,184.520 596.379 75.011 681.878 126.913 182.349 54.989 2.246 4,141.351 570.725 76.461 621.388 2009 125.114 185.339 122.963 60.121 2.255 2010 602.375 75.783 686.782 4,217.740 2011 186.887 123.980 60.634 2.273 4,355.045 622.615 78.338 708.843 2012 189.929 125.987 61.633 2.309 4,508.487 645.196 81.188 733.503 2013 194.578 63.154 2.364 4,663.143 667.988 84.066 758.332 129.061 2014 131.567 64.398 2.409 4,809.394 689.610 86.797 781.765 198.373 2015 201.847 133.860 65.538 2.449 4,955.558 711.253 89.531 805.154 2016 205.311 136.146 66.675 2.490 5,099.305 732.581 92.227 828.120 2.530 67.810 138.425 208.765 2017 851.163 94.939 754.035 5,243.714 874.254 5,388.606 97.664 775.590 2.571 68.940 140.694 212.205 2018 2019 215.628 70.065 2.611 5,533.799 797.218 100.400 897.361 142.952 2020 145.197 71.185 2.650 5,679.104 818.892 103.142 920.453 219.032 2021 222.415 147.427 72.298 2.690 5,824.328 840.583 105.886 943.499 2022 225.773 149.641 73.404 2.729 5,969.271 862.262 108.630 966.464 74.501 2023 229.105 151.836 883.898 2.768 6,113.730 111.370 989.317 2024 232.407 75.589 2.806 6,257.498 905.462 114.101 1,012.022 154.012 2025 156.166 76.667 2.844 6,400.364 926.922 116.819 1,034.545 235.676 2026 238.911 158.296 77.733 2.881 6,542.115 948.245 119.521 1,056.850 2027 242.108 160.401 78.788 2.918 6,682.534 969.400 122.202 1,078.904 1,100.670 124.859 990.353 2028 245.264 162.479 79.831 2.954 6,821.402 2029 164.528 1,122.112 127.486 1,011.072 6,958.500 2.990 80.859 248.378 166.547 81.873 3.025 7,093.607 1,031.522 130.081 1,143.196 251.446 2030 3.060 254.466 168.533 82.872 1,163.869 7,226.501 1,051.710 132.636 2031 2032 257.434 170.486 83.855 3.094 7,356.963 1,071.565 135.149 1,184.111 1,203.887 2033 260.350 172.402 84.820 3.127 7,484.772 1,091.052 137.617 263.209 174.281 1,223.162 2034 140.034 1,110.138 85.768 3.160 7,609.709 266.009 176.121 86.696 3.192 7,731.558 1,128.791 142.397 1,241.902 2035 87.606 2036 268.748 177.920 1,146.977 3.223 7,850.106 144.702 1,260.073 2037 271.424 179.677 88.494 3.253 7,965.142 1,164.663 146.944 1,277.642 1,294.576 149.119 1,181.819 2038 274.033 181.389 89.362 3.282 8,076.460 2039 151.224 1,198.412 8,183.857 3.311 1,310.844 90.207 183.056 276.574 3.339 153.254 1,214.413 8,287.138 1,326.415 91.030 184.676 279.044 2040 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 134 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

136 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Waste Management & Reme- Health Care Nursing & Administrative Ambulatory Educational diation Health Care Residential Social & Support & Social Services Services Services Date Services Hospitals Care Facilities Assistance Assistance 2001 564.933 21.894 118.262 875.533 380.314 240.080 144.661 110.478 2002 544.946 23.152 125.576 914.496 401.732 249.774 146.346 116.644 2003 535.864 126.539 951.136 424.455 258.668 148.304 119.709 22.090 2004 22.266 128.345 975.572 444.009 260.357 150.158 121.048 560.207 2005 591.553 23.852 128.945 1,004.597 463.148 262.704 152.008 126.737 2006 631.760 25.082 132.270 1,037.872 484.704 266.778 154.095 132.295 273.165 2007 653.535 138.053 1,073.888 507.473 25.860 156.099 137.151 2008 654.875 143.178 1,108.222 529.274 278.667 159.240 141.041 27.003 596.071 146.366 1,155.319 558.675 287.042 164.784 144.818 2009 25.317 659.591 27.191 145.128 1,125.077 2010 284.073 160.917 142.594 537.493 2011 680.782 28.061 150.267 1,166.002 557.110 294.970 166.362 147.560 2012 704.470 29.033 155.989 1,211.542 578.938 307.076 172.435 153.094 2013 728.320 161.783 1,257.721 601.075 319.388 178.567 158.690 30.012 2014 30.936 167.313 1,301.940 622.281 331.246 184.390 164.023 750.829 2015 773.296 31.857 172.867 1,346.434 643.624 343.217 190.221 169.373 2016 795.358 32.762 178.364 1,390.569 664.799 355.139 195.970 174.660 183.910 33.669 179.990 817.494 2017 201.757 367.226 686.207 1,435.181 185.357 707.826 207.573 379.466 1,480.222 189.501 34.579 839.675 2018 2019 861.873 195.128 1,525.646 729.632 391.848 213.412 190.755 35.488 2020 36.397 200.786 1,571.402 751.602 404.358 219.266 196.176 884.056 2021 906.195 37.303 206.468 1,617.435 773.710 416.985 225.127 201.614 2022 928.258 38.206 212.166 1,663.693 795.929 429.714 230.988 207.062 217.873 2023 950.212 39.105 442.530 1,710.117 818.234 236.841 212.512 2024 972.025 223.582 1,756.648 840.594 455.419 242.677 217.958 39.997 2025 40.882 229.284 1,803.226 862.982 468.365 248.487 223.392 993.663 2026 1,015.092 41.758 234.972 1,849.788 885.367 481.351 254.264 228.805 2027 1,036.280 42.624 240.638 1,896.270 907.719 494.362 259.998 234.191 239.540 265.682 507.379 2028 1,057.192 43.478 246.273 1,942.606 930.006 2029 44.320 244.845 271.304 520.384 952.196 1,988.729 251.868 1,077.793 45.146 257.416 2,034.572 974.256 533.361 276.858 250.097 1,098.049 2030 2,080.037 1,117.912 45.957 262.903 255.285 996.140 546.283 282.329 2031 2032 1,137.361 46.750 268.325 2,125.081 1,017.827 559.137 287.713 260.404 265.445 2033 1,156.362 47.525 273.673 2,169.634 1,039.283 571.905 293.001 1,174.883 48.279 270.399 2034 298.183 584.567 278.937 2,213.623 1,060.475 1,192.890 49.012 284.110 2,256.979 1,081.367 597.103 303.250 275.259 2035 289.182 2036 1,210.350 49.723 609.494 2,299.628 1,101.925 308.194 280.016 2037 1,227.232 50.409 294.144 2,341.501 1,122.114 621.719 313.005 284.661 289.187 317.676 633.759 2038 1,243.505 51.071 298.989 2,382.524 1,141.902 2039 322.198 645.593 1,161.253 2,422.629 293.586 303.707 51.706 1,259.138 1,180.133 2040 297.848 326.561 657.201 1,274.102 2,461.744 308.289 52.313 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 135 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

137 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Performing Accommo- Other Arts & Museums, dation Food Services Services, Arts, Amusement, Spectator Gambling, & Food Accommo- & Drinking Exc. Public Entertainment History Sites & Recreation Date Zoos, Parks & Recreation Services dation Places Administration Sports 2001 94.401 20.136 6.545 67.720 750.364 94.349 656.015 509.952 2002 97.911 21.667 6.593 69.651 759.866 90.592 669.274 528.599 2003 97.964 6.667 69.649 772.906 89.438 683.468 530.930 21.648 2004 22.177 7.061 72.400 794.014 92.049 701.965 532.523 101.638 2005 103.167 21.438 7.131 74.598 817.047 96.192 720.855 531.761 2006 105.035 21.494 7.233 76.308 850.022 98.243 751.779 536.881 79.187 108.673 21.971 7.515 2007 884.080 101.109 782.971 553.988 2008 110.475 7.812 80.874 907.711 103.533 804.178 561.666 21.789 111.551 7.939 80.167 905.914 99.970 805.944 553.627 2009 23.445 112.151 22.028 7.972 82.152 2010 104.574 803.611 562.258 908.185 2011 116.180 22.767 8.261 85.152 934.244 108.077 826.167 578.557 2012 120.665 23.592 8.583 88.490 963.530 111.980 851.550 596.873 2013 125.209 8.910 91.875 992.828 115.912 876.916 615.217 24.425 2014 25.215 9.222 95.117 1,020.094 119.634 900.461 632.322 129.554 2015 133.922 26.005 9.536 98.381 1,047.107 123.350 923.756 649.290 2016 138.250 26.785 9.848 101.618 1,073.376 127.004 946.372 665.818 682.311 968.882 130.670 1,099.552 104.890 10.163 27.569 142.622 2017 134.345 108.195 28.356 147.032 2018 10.480 698.745 991.254 1,125.599 2019 151.475 10.801 111.527 1,151.475 138.021 1,013.453 715.097 29.147 2020 29.939 11.124 114.885 1,177.142 141.696 1,035.446 731.342 155.947 2021 160.443 30.732 11.448 118.262 1,202.559 145.362 1,057.197 747.456 2022 164.955 31.525 11.774 121.657 1,227.686 149.014 1,078.672 763.414 12.101 2023 169.480 32.316 152.648 125.064 1,252.482 1,099.834 779.192 2024 174.012 12.429 128.479 1,276.907 156.257 1,120.650 794.765 33.104 2025 33.889 12.756 131.897 1,300.919 159.835 1,141.084 810.107 178.543 2026 183.068 34.669 13.084 135.314 1,324.478 163.376 1,161.101 825.193 2027 187.580 35.443 13.411 138.726 1,347.542 166.875 1,180.667 839.998 854.497 1,199.746 170.326 2028 192.073 36.210 13.737 142.127 1,370.072 2029 36.968 868.665 1,218.305 173.722 1,392.026 145.512 14.061 196.541 37.717 14.383 148.877 1,413.367 177.057 1,236.310 882.478 200.976 2030 152.214 205.369 38.454 14.702 895.900 1,434.078 180.365 1,253.712 2031 2032 209.716 39.179 15.018 155.520 1,454.099 183.603 1,270.496 908.917 921.508 2033 214.010 39.890 15.330 158.790 1,473.392 186.763 1,286.629 218.244 40.588 933.648 2034 1,302.082 189.840 15.638 162.018 1,491.922 222.411 41.269 15.942 165.200 1,509.652 192.827 1,316.825 945.317 2035 16.240 2036 226.503 41.933 195.720 168.330 1,526.550 1,330.830 956.491 2037 230.515 42.580 16.533 171.402 1,542.582 198.512 1,344.071 967.151 977.276 1,356.520 201.197 2038 234.439 43.207 16.820 174.413 1,557.718 2039 1,368.155 203.772 1,571.927 177.355 986.848 17.100 43.813 238.267 1,585.182 2040 995.847 1,378.953 206.229 241.995 180.224 17.372 44.398 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 136 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

138 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* Membership Total Personal Federal Assn. & Federal Private Organi- Federal Civilian Military & Laundry Repair & Total Services zations Date Government Government Government Government Maintenance Households 109.613 97.712 195.476 107.151 1,734.666 341.074 173.500 167.574 2001 108.768 97.081 207.772 114.978 1,777.048 346.685 174.229 172.456 2002 107.541 2003 116.592 1,803.276 352.177 180.733 171.444 96.369 210.428 107.005 210.289 119.017 1,806.419 349.091 179.675 169.416 2004 96.212 109.144 95.929 207.621 119.067 1,826.588 342.293 181.126 161.167 2005 110.024 97.519 208.522 120.816 1,861.788 355.991 184.315 171.676 2006 364.239 112.600 100.133 214.110 127.145 1,885.495 2007 186.698 177.541 2008 113.910 217.964 127.419 1,937.490 377.005 191.472 185.533 102.373 110.259 215.506 126.089 1,982.293 387.390 198.042 189.348 2009 101.773 113.902 101.839 217.789 128.727 2010 389.029 197.239 191.791 2,021.734 2011 117.139 104.462 223.891 133.065 1,999.583 382.681 193.832 188.849 2012 120.783 107.428 230.759 137.904 1,993.160 379.369 191.954 187.415 2013 124.428 237.622 142.789 2,003.295 379.200 191.655 187.545 110.378 2014 113.086 243.990 147.425 2,030.754 382.267 192.976 189.290 127.821 2015 131.183 115.750 250.290 152.067 2,054.594 384.595 193.908 190.687 2016 134.455 118.316 256.405 156.643 2,078.362 386.857 194.791 192.067 161.247 262.491 120.856 137.717 2017 193.429 195.622 389.052 2,102.050 194.774 2,125.648 196.403 391.177 165.873 268.539 123.368 140.965 2018 2019 144.195 274.540 170.516 2,149.148 393.234 197.133 196.101 125.846 2020 128.287 280.484 175.170 2,172.541 395.220 197.811 197.408 147.401 2021 150.579 130.686 286.363 179.829 2,195.817 397.134 198.438 198.697 2022 153.724 133.039 292.165 184.486 2,218.969 398.977 199.012 199.965 297.883 2023 156.831 135.343 400.747 189.135 2,241.985 199.534 201.213 2024 159.896 303.506 193.770 2,264.859 402.444 200.004 202.440 137.594 2025 139.786 309.026 198.383 2,287.580 404.066 200.421 203.646 162.912 2026 165.876 141.917 314.431 202.968 2,310.139 405.615 200.786 204.829 2027 168.783 143.983 319.714 207.518 2,332.528 407.088 201.098 205.990 207.128 201.358 408.486 2028 171.627 145.979 324.865 212.025 2,354.736 2029 147.903 208.242 201.566 409.809 2,376.756 216.484 329.874 174.404 149.750 334.734 220.886 2,398.578 411.055 201.722 209.333 177.109 2030 225.221 179.735 151.515 339.429 210.360 2,420.192 412.288 201.928 2031 2032 182.279 153.196 343.956 229.485 2,441.590 413.443 202.081 211.362 212.338 2033 184.737 154.792 348.307 233.672 2,462.763 414.521 202.183 187.105 156.297 213.289 2034 202.232 415.521 352.473 237.773 2,483.702 189.378 157.710 356.447 241.781 2,504.397 416.442 202.230 214.213 2035 360.221 2036 191.553 159.027 417.286 245.690 2,524.841 202.176 215.110 2037 193.624 160.247 363.787 249.493 2,545.023 418.050 202.071 215.979 216.821 201.914 418.736 2038 195.589 161.366 367.139 253.182 2,564.935 2039 201.707 419.342 2,584.569 256.752 217.636 370.270 162.383 197.443 260.194 201.448 419.869 2,603.915 218.421 373.174 163.295 199.183 2040 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com 137 © 20 12 by The Perryman Group

139 Historical and Projected Values for Wage and Salary Employment by Detailed Industrial Classification for Texas* State & Total Local State Local All Government Government Government Industries Date 1,393.592 2001 324.225 1,069.367 9,927.841 2002 1,430.363 332.554 1,097.809 9,861.004 2003 1,451.099 333.041 1,118.058 9,818.819 1,128.644 328.684 1,457.328 9,930.916 2004 1,484.295 2005 10,170.768 1,147.104 337.191 10,525.419 1,505.797 342.087 1,163.710 2006 10,858.772 2007 1,521.256 339.054 1,182.202 346.091 1,560.485 2008 11,096.359 1,214.394 1,594.903 354.190 1,240.713 10,800.414 2009 363.606 2010 1,632.705 1,269.099 10,837.038 2011 1,616.902 360.830 1,256.071 11,064.694 1,613.791 11,296.045 1,252.911 360.880 2012 363.935 11,559.898 2013 1,260.160 1,624.095 1,278.322 370.165 1,648.487 11,833.469 2014 1,294.228 375.770 1,669.999 2015 12,097.014 2016 1,691.505 381.397 1,310.108 12,351.535 2017 1,712.998 387.042 1,325.957 12,595.070 1,734.471 12,833.838 1,341.767 392.704 2018 2019 1,755.915 398.382 1,357.533 13,068.746 1,373.248 13,303.061 2020 1,777.321 404.073 1,798.683 2021 13,536.534 1,388.907 409.776 2022 13,768.914 1,404.503 1,819.991 415.489 421.209 1,420.029 13,999.945 1,841.238 2023 1,435.479 426.936 1,862.415 2024 14,229.366 14,456.913 1,450.847 432.666 1,883.513 2025 2026 1,904.524 438.399 14,682.321 1,466.125 14,905.321 2027 1,925.439 444.131 1,481.308 2028 449.861 15,125.642 1,496.389 1,946.250 15,343.014 1,511.360 2029 1,966.948 455.587 1,526.216 15,557.165 461.307 1,987.523 2030 2031 1,540.901 15,767.824 467.003 2,007.904 2032 15,974.721 1,555.458 472.689 2,028.147 16,177.587 1,569.881 478.362 2,048.243 2033 1,584.162 16,376.155 2,068.182 2034 484.020 2035 2,087.955 489.660 1,598.295 16,570.162 1,612.273 16,759.348 2036 2,107.555 495.282 500.881 2,126.973 2037 1,626.091 16,943.457 2,146.199 2038 506.457 1,639.742 17,122.239 2039 512.006 1,653.220 17,295.447 2,165.227 17,462.843 2,184.046 517.528 1,666.518 2040 *T ho us a nds o f P e rs o ns perrymangroup.com © 20 12 by The Perryman Group 138

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