When looking to relocate for a new job, it is important to find a region that has quality living features and demographics, not to mention a stable housing market and inventory. The recent slump in the United States economy has made it hard to find such a place, but recent upticks in the market have resulted in several cities emerging as hotspots for employment and living. Dallas/Fort Worth is one of these metropolitan region, and lawyers seeking legal recruitment should consider moving to this southern metro area.
“Fort Worth was recently ranked as [the] fourth best city to move to, and Dallas was ranked as the 7th [best] “Next Big Boom Town.” Low housing prices and a cost of living that is 14 percent below the national average make the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex extremely attractive [as] a relocation target,” said recruiter Chris Miller.
Here are some of the top reasons why lawyers should consider Dallas a prime target:
Trulia lists the average price of a home for sale in Dallas at just below $260,000, which is very affordable compared to the rest of the nation. According to Destination DFW, many of the single-family homes here have large backyards and front yards, which is a definite plus for legal professionals with families.
Dallas is home to several sports teams that compete in the major leagues in the United States. These include the Dallas Cowboys (NFL), Mavericks (NBA), Stars (NHL) and FC Dallas (MLS). There are also 30 museums to be found in the greater metro area, along with hundreds of restaurants and performance centers.
If you are considering a move to Dallas, consider contacting the attorney headhunters at Kinney Recruiting for any questions you might have. The professionals here can help you adjust to life in the city, and they will also give you access to a number of career opportunities.
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