Austin Ranked Best U.S. City for Job Growth

Austin tops Forbes’ most recent list of U.S. cities that are expected to experience the best job growth over the next couple of years. According to economic research cited in the article, Austin is projected to have a 4% annual increase in jobs/employment through the year 2015, which ranks higher than any other U.S. city.

We all know that business is doing quite well in the state of Texas compared to the rest of the country, and this Forbes article further confirms that notion: Seven of the top ten metro areas projected to have the best job growth are in Texas. Austin is ranked No. 1, Houston is No. 3, Ft. Worth/Arlington No. 4, and Dallas is listed at No. 8. The annual job growth is projected to be 3.1% or higher in all seven of the Texas metro areas that fall in the top 10. (More info here.)

Austin’s population growth is around triple the national average, with so many new jobs being created here, and large companies continuing to create or expand their operations in the area. Texas Executive Education has corporate partnerships with many of these companies in Austin as well as across the state.

Whether you’ve recently relocated to Texas for a job, or have been a working professional here for a while, Texas Executive Education is your resource for the knowledge and skills you’ll need to manage your team efficiently, lead successful projects, and drive organizational innovation and change. Our executive development programs and Certificates are designed to strengthen managers and team leaders in areas such as strategic planning, business innovation,  marketing and project management. We can meet the training and continuing education needs of teams and organization of any size.

We are glad to call Austin home, and proud to be a part of The University of Texas.

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