Southlake Takes Top Billing Once Again
Oct 29, 2015 04:20PM ● Published by Geri Allen
With the Texas job market growing four times the rate of the national economy, the personal finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2015's Best & Worst Texas Cities for Finding a Job.
To help Texas residents and inbound migrants find the best employment markets in the state, WalletHub analysts compared the 122 most populated Texas cities using 16 key metrics ranging from monthly median starting salary to employment growth to housing and transportation costs.
Here are the top 10 best Texas cities for finding a job:
3. University Park
4. Flower Mound
5. Sugar Land
9. Lake Jackson
Southlake also ranked first as having the highest median annual income, followed by Colleyville at No. 2 and Keller at No. 4. And while Colleyville ranked first when it came to the most affordable housing, Southlake ranked a close third. In addition, Southlake ranked fifth as having the highest number of job opportunities.
For the full report and to see where other cities rank click here.