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Austin, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio all rank high on the latest forecast data from Moody's Economy.com. McAllen, Texas, is expected to have the highest job growth rate, as its leisure and hospitality, educational and health services and commercial construction jobs flourish.

"While the economy is cooling, Texas continues to generate more jobs than the national average," said Krista Piferrer, deputy press secretary to Gov. Rick Perry. "Unemployment is low in Texas, thanks in large part to a favorable business climate that encourages businesses to expand or relocate to our state."

Even still, Salt Lake City, in all its tech-job abundance, looks like it will remain No. 1 since Forbes.com's most recent ranking.

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Well that would make life just way too easy! Where's your sense of adventure! :P;)


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Now if jobs would grow in places I would actually want to live. :P

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I was thinking mmmmaaaaayyybbbee Seattle, but I am not sure about the COL. Would probably have to be somewhere in the MSA. My husband is considering it for the weather (no seriously), but I am a little concerned about the cost. Everywhere else is out.

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Yeah, Raleigh's not so bad - it's close to Chapel Hill which is a great town IMO. The triangle area is really developing.

yup. i love cary, it feels very northeastern!

One of my roommates in college was from Cary. The houses are huge there - you'd pay a lot for something like that around here.

A friend of the family who's in IT just relocated to Cary to work in Raleigh. They had a average-sized house up here outside of Boston, but were able to get one of those huge places down there.

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Austin, TX would be a WAY cool place to live!


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Austin, TX would be a WAY cool place to live!

sadly brother, it is still in Texas.. :pop:


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Yeah, Raleigh's not so bad - it's close to Chapel Hill which is a great town IMO. The triangle area is really developing.

yup. i love cary, it feels very northeastern!

One of my roommates in college was from Cary. The houses are huge there - you'd pay a lot for something like that around here.

A friend of the family who's in IT just relocated to Cary to work in Raleigh. They had a average-sized house up here outside of Boston, but were able to get one of those huge places down there.

I know. We checked out some new homes in the cary area last year and saw that. What's worse is prices out there aren't going down like they are here so who knows, i may get priced out of nc as well :)


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Austin, TX would be a WAY cool place to live!

sadly brother, it is still in Texas.. :pop:

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sadly brother, it is still in Texas.. :pop:

You sir, sound like an Okie! :yes:

That was the funny thing about living in Oklahoma, they hated Texas with all their heart . . . but yet they all spent their weekends in Dallas.


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sadly brother, it is still in Texas.. :pop:

You sir, sound like an Okie! :yes:

That was the funny thing about living in Oklahoma, they hated Texas with all their heart . . . but yet they all spent their weekends in Dallas.

Funny and interesting.


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