Austin knocks it out of the park, leading survey results as the number one place to live!
More tech jobs for Austin market: Comcast to expand their Xfinity Home technology with a new R&D center in North Austin.
SolarCity is bringing low-cost solar energy to Austin, Texas. They'll also be hiring for their new Austin job openings!
Samsung is moving their current Austin, Texas R&D Facility into a much larger space on Loop 360, near Westlake Drive.
The jobless rate ticked down to 3.1 percent for the month, down from 3.2 percent in January, the commission said.
By year two, Austin Police officers make more than $71,000.
Over the last 6 years, Austin’s rate has continually stayed 2.5% lower, on average, versus the national unemployment rate.
Texas topped the list of exporting states by exporting $279.7 in merchandise – more than a $100 billion lead over California, the second highest exporter.
Austin tops list of Best Cities for Job Growth, according to Forbes Magazine. Austin employment expected to rise 4% annually.
Austin, Texas has developed into a high tech area. Today, many of the area’s major private employers are in the high tech field.
According to MSN, Austin is ranked #3 among top U.S. cities for recent college graduates.
Austin has been ranked among the Top 10 Hottest Wireless Cities, with about 11 free wireless hotspots for every 100,000 residents.
Austin Texas was ranked fourth among Moviemakerdigital.com's 2011 list of the Top 10 Best Movie Cities.
Entrepreneur magazine has ranked the University of Texas at Austin among the top 10 on its list of Best Graduate Programs for Entrepreneurs.
Austin offers wide appeal for both businesses and employees who relocate here. Austin is also known as one of Forbes magazine’s “Best Places for Business and Careers”.
Many Austin, Texas area businesses have pages dedicated to profiling available jobs and employment positions. This is a good place to start your job search.