There are 3 blog entries for June 2011.
Friday, June 24th, 2011 at 11:22am. 5,013 Views, 2 Comments.
Austin is still the best city for young adults starting their careers, according to an On Numbers report from American City Business Journals based on data from U.S. Census Bureau. The study affirms last year's reports by Portfolio.com and Kiplinger.com which also ranked Austin as the best city for young adults in 2010.
Cities which ranked high on 2011's list had high populations of adults between 18-34, increasing job growth rates and low unemployment rates for educated young adults, and affordable costs of living.
Austin ranked #1 on ACBJ's list with young adults making up 29.3% of its population, 1.73% job growth rate, 10% unemployment, and 29.3% with higher education.
Two other Texas metros dominated the top 5 best cities for young adults. Houston
Friday, June 17th, 2011 at 11:36am. 3,710 Views, 1 Comments.
Two reports this month show job growth rates in Austin surpassed the national average from April to May. While most cities decreased job postings an average 2.6%, Austin increased its hiring 6.6%. Austin ranks first for biggest job growth, followed by West Palm Beach, Florida, and Alburquerque/Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Read more about how Austin job growth is exceeding national reports here.
Friday, June 17th, 2011 at 11:26am. 3,722 Views, 0 Comments.
- Texas has no state income tax
- Its regulatory conditions are contained and flexible
- It is fiscally responsible and government is small
- Its right-to-work law doesn't impose unions on businesses or employees
- It is open to global trade and competition: Houston, San Antonio and El Paso are entrepôts for commerce, especially in the wake of the North American Free Trade Agreement
- Texas’s ongoing reform of the tort system