Fort Worth, TX's reputation was given a major boost when it earned a spot on BusinessWeeks's Top Cities for College Grads. Among Fort Worth's more appealing aspects is its willingness to lend a helping hand through programs like TECH Fort Worth, a nonprofit business that helps entrepreneurs launch technology companies to help the environment, community or health care. Hip districts like Sundance Square offer new grads lofts, high-rises and an active nightlife to help them feel right at home.
Median resident age: 32
Median Household Income: $52,762
Median Rent for a two-bedroom apartment: $824
Median travel time to work: 21 minutes
Total Workforce: 432,848
White Collar jobs: 76 %
Blue Collar jobs: 24
Bachelor's Degree: 17%
Masters Degree: 9%
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