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Considering demographic and economic trends, the list ranked cities based on their projected annual job growth rate. The forecasted rate for Dallas is 3.8%.
Texas cities claim half of the rankings on this list. An attractive destination for newly retired CEOs and entrepreneurs, the southwestern Florida city of Naples took the No. 1 spot.
This isn't the first time Dallas has received a nod from the respected, widely read publication. Earlier this year, Forbes ranked Dallas No. 4 on its list of America's Fastest Growing Cities based on population growth, year-over-year job growth and four other metrics.
With corporate migration, a surge of job creation, a healthy real estate market and an advantageous business climate, it's an extraordinary time to live in Dallas and the greater metroplex.
Here's a look at recent notable headlines:
- LA, New York, Dallas top US cities ranking for tourism and business
- Dallas-Fort Worth's Economic Growth Outpaces the State in First Half of the Year
- Second San Diego-Based Firm to Move to Dallas
- Active Network, Omnitracs Relocations Could Bring 2,000 Jobs to Dallas
- California-Based Work Wear Manufacturer to Relocate to DFW
- Reshaping the City
- Dallas-Fort Worth Economy Hits $440.1 billion