The Dallas-Fort Worth regional economy is one of the most diverse in the nation. It is the state’s hub for some of the nation’s most leading professional service firms. The region boasts a robust intermodal network that connects Texas by truck, rail and air. The region’s technology sector has helped develop a strong base of engineers and information science professionals to lead product innovation.
Austin takes the top spot on FORBES’ annual list of America’s Fastest-Growing Cities for the 4th year in a row.With a 2.5% population growth rate (estimated annual) for 2013—the highest of all the geographic regions—and an economy that expanded 5.88% last year, it’s hard for other cities to compete these days.
San Antonio’s dynamic and diverse economy is a healthy mix of business services, with a rapidly growing biomedical and biotechnology sector, an emerging new energy economy and a diversified manufacturing sector, producing everything from aircraft and semiconductors to Toyota trucks.
The Houston region is a global leader in international business. The 9-county region’s geographic location makes it an easily-accessed portal to the global marketplace. Houston is known as the “Energy Capital of the World” with almost half of its economic activity driven by the energy industry. Houston was recently named the Top U.S. Destination City, the Top U.S. Metro by Site Selection magazine, the Top U.S. Manufacturing City, and the Best City for your Career.
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