Texas, Mississippi and Georgia are among the most vulnerable states to drought as water restrictions are in place for the first time in 20 years, according to a report from the U.S. Drought Monitor. 

The report shows that Texas and Mississippi are among 10 states experiencing the highest water levels of any of the five states with the most arid soil.

The report states that by the end of August, all 50 states will face a shortage of water. 

While many factors are expected to contribute to this crisis, the report notes that increased use of drought-resistant crops, higher demand for energy and increased demand for water will be the main drivers. 

“Drought is a natural phenomenon that happens all the time, so there are no quick fixes to fix the problem,” says Steve Smith, director of the water program at the Center for Rural Studies.

“But there are ways to mitigate it, such as better irrigation technologies, water conservation and more efficient irrigation systems.” 

In addition to the threat of the drought, there is also the fact that it’s a year-round problem, meaning that people will have to adapt to their daily routine as well as the natural climate. 

According to the report, there will be a significant increase in food insecurity and a decrease in employment. 

Texas is in the midst of a major drought, and the report indicates that it is the largest state in the nation that is experiencing a drought, which will put at risk millions of jobs in agriculture, tourism and manufacturing.

The drought affects a wide range of sectors, but agriculture is likely to be hardest hit. 

As of August 31, more than 8.2 million people were without jobs, according the U,S.

Department of Agriculture.

The total number of jobless is more than half the state’s total population. 

Drought has also impacted the construction industry, which has been the largest employer in Texas for the last four years. 

One of the worst-hit sectors of the state is oil and gas, with 1.8 million jobs at risk, according the Texas Energy Institute. 

But in the last five years, Texas has been experiencing a sharp drop in oil production, as well. 

With less oil and less demand, oil prices have dropped by almost 30 percent since the start of the year. 

Oil prices have been down 30 percent during the drought. 

Other industries that have suffered the most are construction, manufacturing and retail. 

In the last two years, there has been a sharp decline in the number of people employed in agriculture and the number working in retail.

There have been a number of layoffs and the construction sector has seen its share of the workforce shrink by more than a quarter. 

For the last three months, the unemployment rate in Texas has risen to 6.9 percent, the highest in the country. 

Despite this, Smith says that despite the dire situation, he believes that Texas will be able to weather the coming drought and will not have to go back to the past. 

He adds that if the state does have to return to its old ways, it will be much better than it is now. 

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