Dallas, Texas…. A great place to work and live
Capping off Small Business Week May 12-16, Dallas ranked ninth for best cities in the country to work for a small business.
Dallas was the top-ranked city in Texas on the list released by WalletHub. It was awarded sixth place for small business job growth, ninth for average starting salary and 13th for small business vitality. The city also received 20th for industry variety, 23rd for unemployment rate, 29th in the survey’s well-being index, and 32nd for cost of living. For years, Dallas has been living in the shadow of Houston who this year ranked 13th on the list. Dallas has been re-vitalized and has much to offer new and growing businesses and residents.
Dallas is an attractive metropolitan area with much to offer businesses and residents. Dallasite’s enjoy a low cost of living, no state sales tax and a business friendly climate. Here are some other Dallas highlights:
- Great Schools – The University of North Texas, The University of Texas at Dallas, Southern Methodist University and Texas Christian University are just a few of the highly regarded schools that are in and around Dallas
- Pro Sports – Dallas is home to four pro-sports teams; The Dallas Cowboys, The Dallas Stars, The Dallas Mavericks and The Texas Rangers
- Arts and Culture – Dallas has a thriving arts district with a number of museums, music venues and art installations; Dallas is home to The Dallas Museum of Art, the Meadows Museum at Southern Methodist University, Deep Ellum Arts District as well as The Dallas World Aquarium, and The Dallas Arboretum to name a few.
Dallas is a world –class city .
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