Why Dallas?

The Metroplex, DFW, Dallas Fort Worth and their surrounding cities.

The healthcare industry is a significant source of employment across the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex with 82 acute care hospitals and other medical centers.  The metroplex stands out as an innovation hub and a highly attractive business destination!  Since 2010, 150 headquarters have moved to the Dallas region and 800,000 new jobs have been created per the Dallas Regional Chamber.   Companies are drawn to the region in part, by Texas’s business-friendly environment.  With a workforce of 4 million, DFW offers the ability and diversity required in a thriving city. 

The central location offers access to suppliers and customers nationwide through world-class transportation infrastructure and an international airport that ranks fourth globally.  Additionally, the metroplex sees 400 residents added daily and speaks to the qualify of life that is offered here.

Fun Facts about the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex

• Includes 14 cities with 100,000-plus residents and around 200 communities overall.
• Is home to 24 fortune 500 companies
• Led the nation in job creation during 2018, adding around 116,000 jobs over the year and continues
• Is home to a region according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that has the seventh healthiest startup communities in America.
• Has a cost of doing business that is 3% lower than the national average?
• Has over 370,000 students enrolled at its universities and community colleges
• Is the second-largest number of freeway miles per capita in the U.S.

Art & culture/Restaurants/Shopping/Communities/Entertainment/Sports & Recreation

Dallas/Ft. Worth has a lot to offer in art, culture, restaurant, and entertainment!  With multiple downtown areas to explore.  These areas are vibrant with new amenities and a series of residential developments and retail spaces Home to historic museums, arts districts, professional athletic teams and much more, the metroplex offers endless opportunities and activities to enjoy as a resident! 

Across the cities that make up the metroplex such as Dallas, Ft. Worth, Frisco, Desoto, Arlington, and others, investments in large beautification and publicly shared spaces allows for offerings that everyone can find an interest in.

Amazing places to see in Dallas/Ft. Worth!

•  Dallas Arts District
•  Bishop Arts District
•  Dallas Pero Museum of Nature and Science
•  Six Flags over Texas
•  Toyota Stadium & The National Soccer hall of Fame
•  American Airlines Center, Dallas Mavericks basketball
•  AT&T Stadium, Dallas Cowboys football
•  Sixth floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
•   Ft. Worth Stockyards National Historic District
•   State Fair of Texas
•  Crayola Experience Center

In the future, Dallas/Ft. Worth will experience due to new and incoming developments: Imagining a timeline from 2021-2031 (next 10 years) to increase attractiveness for new clinicians who will be seeking to live or be near a thriving and innovative city.


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Public Transportation

The metroplex is home to one of the nation’s fastest growing cities (Frisco), the nation’s happiest city (Plano), and largest urban arts districts (Dallas)!  To accommodate residents and visitors alike, Dallas/Ft. Worth provides active and robust public transportation options and by 2029 will also have the opportunity so provide the future travel within The Texas high-speed rail line to connect other major cities in Texas like Houston!