Plano does not come up short when it comes to big corporations relocating their offices there. Most recently the biggest one being Toyota relocating its corporate offices from California. Plano has already been home to other companies such as J.C. Penney, Pizza Hut and Frito Lay. So it is almost expected that Plano would be ranked as America’s best city to find a job in 2016, according to WalletHub.
WalletHub had analysist compare 150 of the most populated U.S. cities across 17 key metrics ranging from job opportunities to employment growth. Plano earned a high overall score for job market and for socioeconomic environment, putting it at the top. Other categories Plano ranked highly in is the highest median annual income and it had the lowest housing affordability of all the cities in the ranking.
With the influx of the new companies coming to town, it does not look like things will be slowing down anytime soon. Other cities in Texas also made the list with Irving at No. 4, Dallas at No. 24, Garland at No. 29, Grand Prairie at No. 32, Arlington at No. 41 and Fort Worth at No. 45. Overall 16 DFW cities made the list.
If you are looking to relocate for employment, North Texas is the right move!