If you’re relocating to Dallas, nicknamed “Big D”, you’ve chosen a great place to live! Dallas recently also Topped Forbes List of the Best Cities For Jobs 2017. Dallas-Plano-Irving metropolitan area ranked first this year on Forbes list of the Best Cities For Jobs. In addition to this, Dallas attracts both foreign and domestic migrants, particularly from places like California, where housing is, on an income-adjusted basis, often three times as expensive. This has had much to do with the relocation to the area of such companies as Jacobs Engineering, Toyota, Liberty Mutual and State Farm.
Dallas is far bigger (particularly if you add the neighboring 28th-ranked Ft. Worth-Arlington area to the mix) than any of the other metro areas that have prospered by offering cheaper alternatives to coastal cities, with lower taxes and generally more friendly business climates.
To get the best experience out of this spectacular city you’ll want to get finding a home and a job as well as figuring out how getting around out of the way as quickly as possible. Then you’ll have plenty of time to explore your new city and enjoy everything Dallas has to offer.
Finding a Home
You’ll have plenty of options when choosing a new home in the expansive city of Dallas Fort Worth metro area. Search for your new place in the neighborhood that best matches your lifestyle. For instance, if you want to live close to great nightlife, choose a location in the Uptown or Downtown areas of Dallas.
Depending on which neighborhood you choose, you will find good schools, natural beauty, access to local train system, access to DFW airport, access to good restaurants and entertainment options etc. Check out some of the best communities in Dallas metro area here
Finding a Job
In recent history, Dallas has created more new jobs than any other city in the country! Dallas also has a significantly lower than average unemployment rate and the best cost of living in the US, according to Forbes. Dallas has jobs in almost any field but if you’re starting out or starting over consider seeking a position in one of the city’s top 4 employment sectors:
Trade, transportation, and utilities
Professional and business services
Education and health services
Leisure and hospitality
Texas is also one of seven states without income tax, meaning you’ll get to take home more hard earned dollars in each paycheck (and they’ll stretch further than in any other state!)
How to Get Around
It’s almost a necessity to own a car to get around Dallas. Due to the size and spread of Dallas’s neighborhoods, it is neither very walkable or convenient for biking as a whole. While Dallas’s METRO does offer city buses, trollies, shuttles, and a light rail, the system has not been regarded as one of the best for efficient travel. Fortunately for residents, there are talks of expanding the METRO system in the future.
Dallas offers something for everyone. From lakes to world class museums, you are guaranteed continued entertainment throughout the year. The proposed urban park along the Trinity River will be 11 times bigger than New York’s Central Park. Some of Dallas’s best entertainment options are listed below:
Verizon Theatre American Airlines Center Majestic Theatre Eisemann Center Bass Performance Hall The Palladium Ballroom The Granada Theater House of Blues Billy Bob's Fort Worth Arlington Music Hall
The Sports Dallas Cowboys Dallas Mavericks Texas Rangers Dallas Stars Lone Star Park Texas Motor Speedway
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