TEXAS -- Grayson, Fannin and Cooke counties performed well in a recent job study by The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Grayson County's labor force is up 3.4 percent as of September 2013, the county ranks 81st among 254 Texas counties for job growth and it ranks 101st for highest average salary.
Fannin County is just behind grayson with a 2.4 percent increase in labor force and ranks 96th for job growth and 142nd for average salary.
Cooke County's jobs decreased by .07 percent but the county's average weekly salary is the highest of the three counties. They're ranked 52nd in the state for average salary.