The number people in Texas who want to work full time but can’t find jobs in the oil-rich economy remains above recessionary levels, a report found. The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas said a low relative minimum wage of $7.50 per hour,full-time regulatory burdens and a facilitating business climate meant the oil-rich state was less impacted by recent economic downturns than other states. “A less-severe recession in Texas and a stronger recovery, particularly in services and construction sectors, have contributed to Texas’ relatively good performance,” Anil Kumar, a senior economist at the bank, said in a statement. The bank said the number of involuntary part-time workers, those in the workforce who want full-time work […]