Being a great place to live also means being a great place to work. A thriving economy helps the tax base (so there’s more money for city improvements) and helps a city attract and retain talent. The median household income in Texas is $53,207, and check out our data to give you an inside look at its key industries and job opportunities.
Health care and education industries lead the local economy.
A&M, Shell, MD Anderson lead an impressive list.
TSU, two malls, government jobs head the list
Fort Worth’s largest employers make up a range of industries, including government, education and health care.
Amarillo's major employers include agriculture and energy industries
The site selection process usually leads companies to Texas, as evidenced by the top rankings in business development media.
The Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) and Texas Emerging Technology Fund (TETF) are pillars of incentive programs that encourage innovation, investment and job creation in the Lone Star State.
Expansions and relocations bring business to the Lone Star State.
Texas startups benefit from thriving technology transfer and commercialization culture.
Texas' list of recent foreign direct investment projects is as long as it is deep. More than 1,300 major foreign companies had operations in the state in 2012.