Nicknamed the Bayou City because of the gentle waterways that run around and through it, Houston is a culturally diverse cosmopolitan powerhouse that never-the-less seems to somehow radiate small-town charm. With thousands of acres of public parks and green spaces, Museum and Theater districts that rival anything to be found on the East or West Coasts, and one of the most vibrant entertainment and sports communities in the country, Houston truly is a place that has something for everyone. Home to almost 2.1 million residents, with a greater metro area of over 6.3 million people, Houston is the 4 th largest city in the United States. The city and surrounding area has a broad economic base and is the center of a diverse array of industries including oil and
Houstonians are always looking for a reason to get together and celebrate, and do so with over 60 music and arts, cultural, and other assorted festivals throughout the year. Given Houston’s mostly [...]
The transportation industry is a huge part of the Houston Metropolitan Area’s economy, accounting for hundreds of thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in economic impact every year. In terms of [...]
The manufacturing sector makes up a large part of Houston’s industrial base, and its impact on the city and region in relation to employment and revenue pumped into the local [...]
gas, transportation, manufacturing, aerospace, and medical and biomedical research which help to account for a Gross Domestic Product approaching $500 billion annually – one of the largest GDPs of any metropolitan area in the world. Houston has a generally mild and pleasant year-round climate, which makes it perfect for those who love spending time in the great outdoors, as well as a large variety of kid and family-friendly activities spread throughout the city. Whether you are looking for a great place to start or continue your career, raise a family, or enjoy your retirement, you really can’t do better than Houston.