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North Texas, one of the fastest growing areas in the country, is a great community in which to live and work. And that’s not just talk. Routinely recognized as one of America’s best places to live, the Dallas-Fort Worth area is number 21 on this year’s US News and World Report ranking.

Home to multiple Raytheon Technologies locations, North Texas is full of restaurants, pubs, clubs, museums, history, sporting events, outdoor activities and more. So whether it’s Dallas, Ft Worth, McKinney, Frisco, Richardson, Plano or another suburb, this is a place where people want to be.

Here are a few reasons why:

The weather is worth writing home about

On average, the summer high temperature is around 95 degrees, and the average winter low is around 36 degrees – downright balmy for those used to northern winters.

And speaking of northern winters – there’s no need for a snowblower here. Yes, we get snow once in a while, but we average just an inch of snow a year.

The best part is – we average 234 sunny days per year. Nearly 30 days more than the national average.

It’s easy to get around

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is the area’s regional transportation agency providing bus and rail access to 13 communities and 700 square miles.

It’s the fastest-growing mass transit network in the United States and gives riders access to key job centers in Dallas and its suburbs, as well as DFW International Airport.

DART also connects with the Trinity Rail Express (TRE), a commuter train, to transport passengers between downtown Dallas and Fort Worth, with stops at several suburbs in between.

Fort Worth residents are served by The T, which also connects to the TRE. The A-Train, operated by the Denton County Transit Authority (DCTA), connects DART riders in Carrollton to an additional five stations ending in Denton.

And from our two major airports – Dallas-Fort Worth International and Dallas Love Field – you can travel almost anywhere in the world.

There’s so much culture

Think we’re all cowboy hats and BBQ? Well, there’s some of that and can be fun. But if you’re looking for a change of pace, the Dallas Arts District takes up 68-acres downtown, consisting of 19 blocks of museums, venues, and galleries. The performing and visual arts district serves as a hub for creativity and inspiration and houses the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and Dallas Theatre Center, just to name a few.

The area is also home to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, the American Airlines Center (home of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team and the Dallas Stars hockey team).

North Texas Livability

2018 census

The 2010 United States Census

reported that North Texas had a population of over 1.639 million.

In comparison

Dallas
1.34 Million
McKinney
.18 Million
Richardson
.12 Million
2018 census

Demographics

Gender

  • Male: 49.7%
  • Female: 50.3%

Ethnicity

  • Caucasion: 46.9%
  • Hispanic: 25.77%
  • Asian: 8.63%
  • Black: 15.33%
  • Other: 3.37%

Political
Affiliation

  • Democrat: 53.53%
  • Republican: 41.6%
  • Other: 4.77%
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Yearly Income

100...
75,000
50,000
25,000
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Income is $29,148 for people age 25 and under
Income is $73,320 for people age 25 through 44
Income is $81,048 for people age 45 through 64
Income is $46,028 for people age 65 and older
100...
75,000
50,000
25,000
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Income is $28,413 for people age 25 and under
Income is $58,210 for people age 25 through 44
Income is $65,912 for people age 45 through 64
Income is $40,148 for people age 65 and older
2018 census

Home Value

$157,100
$278,900
$246,200
$190,400
2018 census

Religion

No Affiliation 41.6%

Catholic 17.33%

Evangelical Protestant 25.2%

2018 census

Education

High school or higher 85.5%

Bachelor’s Degree or higher 39.6%

Graduate or professional degree 12.3%

North Texas Attractions

Located in the heart of Dallas, the revolutionary Perot Museum of Nature and Science provides visitors an unforgettable “living science lesson.” Spanning 180,000 square feet, across five floors and combining outdoor and indoor spaces, the museum features provocative illustrations of engineering, technology and conservation. From state-of-the-art video and 3D computer animation to a 35-foot Malawisaurus fossil, the immersive experience will delight and inspire you.

One of the oldest thriving historic downtowns in Texas, you’ll find eclectic shopping, live music, farm-to-table dining, community events and more in downtown McKinney. So whether you’re searching for a nightlife hub, a family-friendly destination, and everything in between, the city’s historic downtown has options for everyone in your group.

One of the premier sports and entertainment venues in the United States, the American Airlines Center is home to the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks and the NHL’s Dallas Stars. Pulse-pounding, heart-stopping action awaits inside the arena which features sweeping arches and retractable seating. On the platinum level of the high-tech and beautiful building, you’ll find spectacular views of downtown Dallas.

Stroll through the 66 acres of 11 lush gardens on display at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens and you’ll discover a tranquil oasis from the bustling city. Home of the Southwest’s largest outdoor floral festival: Dallas Blooms Spring. At the arboretum and gardens, you’ll find a bounty of seasonal colors all through the year.

Located in Richardson, the North Texas Automotive Museum is one place that car enthusiasts will love. The city is known for its automobile industry so it is no surprise that locals here enjoy all things automotive related. The showroom here features a range of unique automobiles and classic cars, and you can get up close with the collections as the museum has a personal feel and interactive approach. Friendly staff who are themselves enthusiasts will answer any questions you have, and you can also enjoy a selection of automotive memorabilia alongside the actual classic cars. This is certainly a specialty museum, but one that is well worth visiting for the beautiful exhibits on display.

North Texas Education

Dallas

SKYLINE HIGH SCHOOL

Students: 4,697 | Grades: 9-12

7777 Forney Rd,

Dallas, TX 75227

SUNSET HIGH SCHOOL

Students: 2,374 | Grades: 9-12

2120 W Jefferson Blvd,

Dallas, TX 75208

W.T. WHITE HIGH SCHOOL

Students: 2,271 | Grades: 9-12

4505 Ridgeside Dr,

Dallas, TX 75244

W.W. SAMUELL HIGH SCHOOL

Students: 2,073 | Grades: 9-12

8928 Palisade Dr,

Dallas, TX 75217

HIGHLAND PARK HIGH SCHOOL

Students: 1,904 | Grades: 9-12

4220 Emerson Ave,

Dallas, TX 75205

BRYAN ADAMS HIGH SCHOOL

Students: 1,853 | Grades: 9-12

2101 Millmar Dr,

Dallas, TX 75228

Mckinney

MCKINNEY BOYD HIGH SCHOOL

Students: 2,915 | Grades: 9-12

600 Lake Forest Dr.,

McKinney, TX 75071

MCKINNEY HIGH SCHOOL

Students: 1,964 | Grades: 9-12

1400 Wilson Creek Pkwy,

McKinney, TX 75069

MCKINNEY NORTH HIGH SCHOOL

Students: 1,428 | Grades: 9-12

2550 Wilmeth Rd,

McKinney, TX 75071

COUNTY RESIDENTIAL CENTER

Students: 85 | Grades: 6-12

4700 Community Dr.,

McKinney, TX 75071

IMAGINE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF NORTH TEXAS

Grades: KG-11

2860 Virginia Pkwy,

McKinney, TX 75071

COLLIN COUNTY J J A E P

Grades: 9

200 S McDonald St.,

McKinney, TX 75069

Richardson

BERKNER HIGH SCHOOL

Students: 2,727 | Grades: 9-12

1600 E Spring Valley Rd,

Richardson, TX 75081

PEARCE HIGH SCHOOL

Students: 1,959 | Grades: 9-12

1600 N Coit Rd,

Richardson, TX 75080

RICHARDSON HIGH SCHOOL

Students: 448 | Grades: 9-12

1250 W Belt Line Rd,

Richardson, TX 75080

EVOLUTION ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL

Students: 379 | Grades: 9-12

1101 S Sherman St,

Richardson, TX 75081

CHRISTA MCAULIFFE LEARNING CENTER

Students: 57 | Grades: 2-12

900 S Greenville Ave,

Richardson, TX 75081

WINFREE ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL

Grades: 9-12

1661 Gateway Blvd,

Richardson, TX 75080

Dallas

W E GREINER EXPLORATORY ARTS ACADEMY

Students: 1,689 | Grades: 6-8

501 S Edgefield Ave.,

Dallas, TX 75208

LAKE HIGHLANDS J H

Students: 1,635 | Grades: 7-8

10301 Walnut Hill Ln,

Dallas, TX 75238

JOHN B HOOD MIDDLE

Students: 1,381 | Grades: 6-8

7625 Hume Dr,

Dallas, TX 75227

HAROLD WENDELL LANG SR MIDDLE

Students: 1,367 | Grades: 6-8

1678 Chenault St,

Dallas, TX 75228

ANNE FRANK ELEMENTARY

Students: 1,250 | Grades: PK-5

5201 Celestial Rd,

Dallas, TX 75254

THOMAS C MARSH

Students: 1,197 | Grades: 6-8

3838 Crown Shore Dr,

Dallas, TX 75244

Mckinney

EVANS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Students: 1,373 | Grades: 6-8

6998 Eldorado Pkwy,

McKinney, TX 75070

DOWELL MIDDLE SCHOOL

Students: 1,114 | Grades: 6-8

301 Ridge Rd,

McKinney, TX 75070

DR JACK COCKRILL MIDDLE SCHOOL

Students: 1,095 | Grades: 6-8

1351 Hardin Boulevard,

McKinney, TX 75071

FAUBION MIDDLE SCHOOL

Students: 996 | Grades: 6-8

2000 Rollins St,

McKinney, TX 75069

WILMETH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Students: 903 | Grades: KG-5

901 La Cima Dr.,

McKinney, TX 75071

SCOTT JOHNSON MIDDLE SCHOOL

Students: 800 | Grades: 6-8

3400 Community Ave.,

McKinney, TX 75071

Richardson

Canyon Creek Elementary School

Students: 281 | Grades: PK-6

2100 Copper Ridge Drive

Richardson, TX 75080

Prairie Creek Elementary School

Students: 334 | Grades: PK-6

2120 East Prairie Creek Drive

Richardson, TX 75080

Arapaho Classical Magnet

Students: 558 | Grades: PK-6

1300 Cypress Drive, Richardson

Richardson, TX 75080

Mohawk Elementary School

Students: 438 | Grades: PK-6

1500 Mimosa Drive, Richardson

Richardson, TX 75080

Math/Science/Tech Magnet

Students: 563 | Grades: PK-6

450 Abrams Road, Richardson

Richardson, TX 75081

Dallas

ST THOMAS AQUINAS CATHOLIC SCHOOL

Students: 876 | Grades: PK-8

3741 Abrams Rd,

Dallas, TX 75214

ST MONICA SCHOOL

Students: 858 | Grades: PK-8

4140 Walnut Hill Ln,

Dallas, TX 75229

ST RITA SCHOOL

Students: 670 | Grades: KG-8

12525 Inwood Rd,

Dallas, TX 75244

GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL SCHOOL

Students: 582 | Grades: PK-8

11110 Midway Rd,

Dallas, TX 75229

ST PATRICK SCHOOL

Students: 515 | Grades: PK-8

9635 Ferndale Rd,

Dallas, TX 75238

ST ALCUIN MONTESSORI SCHOOL

Students: 472 | Grades: PK-8

6144 Churchill Way,

Dallas, TX 75230

Mckinney

ROBERT MULTER SCHOOL

Students: 48 | Grades: PK-6

340 Country Club Rd,

McKinney, TX 75069

CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

Students: 161 | Grades: KG-12

401 W Erwin St.,

McKinney, TX 75069

FAITH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

Students: 81 | Grades: PK-11

115 Industrial Blvd,

McKinney, TX 75069

Richardson

ST JOSEPH CATHOLIC SCHOOL

Students: 363 | Grades: KG-8

600 N Jupiter Rd,

Richardson, TX 75081

ST PAUL THE APOSTLE SCHOOL

Students: 331 | Grades: PK-8

720 S Floyd Rd,

Richardson, TX 75080

BRECKINRIDGE MONTESSORI SCHOOL

Students: 207 | Grades: UG-4

3900 Breckinridge Blvd,

Richardson, TX 75082

NORTH DALLAS ADVENTIST ACADEMY

Students: 214 | Grades: PK-12

302 Centennial Blvd,

Richardson, Texas 75081

NORTH DALLAS ADVENTIST ACADEMY

Students: 214 | Grades: PK-12

302 Centennial Blvd,

Richardson, Texas 75081

Dallas

RICHLAND COLLEGE

Full-time enrollment: 11,617

12800 Abrams Rd,

Dallas, TX 75243

SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY

Full-time enrollment: 9,150

6425 Boaz Lane,

Dallas, TX 75205

EL CENTRO COLLEGE

Full-time enrollment: 6,086

801 Main St,

Dallas, TX 75202

MOUNTAIN VIEW COLLEGE

Full-time enrollment: 4,988

4849 W Illinois Ave.,

Dallas, TX 75211

DALLAS BAPTIST UNIVERSITY

Full-time enrollment: 4,280

3000 Mountain Creek Pkwy,

Dallas, TX 75211

SOUTH UNIVERSITY - THE ART INSTITUTE OF DALLAS

Full-time enrollment: 1,542

8080 Park Ln #100,

Dallas, TX 75231

Mckinney

COLLIN COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Full-time enrollment: 18,044

3452 Spur 399

McKinney, TX, 75069

Richardson

The University of Texas at Dallas

Enrollment: 26,793

800 W Campbell Rd

Richardson, TX 75080

Richland College

Enrollment: 18,106

12800 Abrams Rd, Dallas

Richardson, TX 75243

University of Phoenix Dallas Campus

Enrollment: 1,242

12400 Coit Rd, Dallas

Richardson, TX 75251

Explore the North Texas Area

Within the North Texas area, you have access to several other culturally rich, historical destinations. Whether you live in Dallas, Fort Worth or beyond, you’ll never run out of things to do across the state.

Dallas

  • Dallas Museum of Art
  • The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
  • Dallas Zoo
  • John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza

McKinney

  • Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Historic Downtown McKinney
  • Erwin Park
  • Chestnut Square Historic Village

Richardson

  • Breckinridge Park
  • Spring Creek Nature Area
  • Prairie Creek Park
  • Cottonwood Park Pavilion
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North Texas Jobs

Our location in North Texas offers a broad range of opportunities – all of which provide the chance to pioneer new tools and deliver innovations that redefine what technology is capable of.

Whether you’re focused on hardware and systems design, using your talent to generate updates to system safety analyses and reliability models, or working on any number of other stimulating projects, one thing’s for certain – your skills will play a crucial part in making the world a safer place.

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