Texas: Best Cities For Job Growth


 

Texas dominates Forbes’ brand-new list of the Best Cities for Future Job Growth 2014. Dallas comes in at No. 5 on the list.

 

The Lone Star State held five of the top 10 positions on the list.

 

Naples, Fla., led the list with a projected job growth of 4.1 percent, according to Forbes.

 

Austin was No. 2 with a projected job growth of 4.1 percent. Dallas has a projected job growth of 3.8 percent.

 

McAllen (No. 3), Houston (No. 9) and San Antonio (No. 10) were the other Texas cities to make the top 10.

 

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Dallas No. 2 City for New Grads


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As a fresh group of college graduates seeks to begin a new phase in life — trading student status for professional titles — they’d be smart to give Dallas a close look. The city ranks No. 2 on Market Watch’s recently released list of the Top 10 Cities for New Grads.

 

The best cities in America to live, work and play were chosen based on mean entry-level income, average price of a one-bedroom apartment, proximity to postgraduate institutions, and social opportunities. The list also analyzes unemployment rates and the percentage of the population identified as millennials (ages 25 to 34).

 

According to MarketWatch, the Top 10 cities for new grads are:

1. Atlanta

2. Dallas

3. Houston

4. St. Louis

5. Minneapolis/St. Paul

6. Raleigh

7. Denver

8. Seattle

9. Boston

10. Washington, D.C.

 

To learn more about Dallas — and the D-FW metroplex — and the exceptional lifestyle available to all area residents, visit the award-winning ebby.com.