Today, Texas, where hospitality is a hallmark, is the second most populous state in the nation. And according to U.S. Census Bureau, it just keeps growing, drawing new residents from across the country and abroad. Most of the state’s population is concentrated around Houston, Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio. It is not just the warm climate that attracts people. The state’s economy is booming. The energy industry has always been king in the Lone Star State. And in case oil and gas sector goes stale, Texas has been actively exploring renewable sources of energy. The state produces the most wind power and has the highest solar power potential for development in the nation. With more high-tech companies flocking to Austin and Dallas, the tech industry is also on the rise. Small startups and massive 500 Fortune companies alike find quality tech support in Texas. It looks like a full-fledged rival to the Silicon Valley may have finally emerged.
In the Lone Star State, cost of living is lower than the national average. The reason why it consistently ranks among the ten best states to make a living. Housing is affordable and other bills won’t break your bank either. Also, Texas is one of the seven states that don’t have a state income tax. The state is a melting pot of cultures and backgrounds. It has the country’s longest border with Mexico, and Mexican-Americans have become essential to defining Texan culture. Immigrants from Germany, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Africa also brought their cultural influences to the Lone Star State.
There will be no end to exploring in Texas. 367 miles of coastline along the Gulf of Mexico, mountain ranges and desert canyons, big city lights, and countless music festivals and fiestas – take your pick!
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