4) Dallas, Texas
Coming in 4th is Dallas. This city several sought-after benefits which Californians are seeking. Between May 2017 and May 2018, Dallas has seen a 3.4 percent increase in employment. The national rate is 1.6 percent. As a high job growth center, this Texas city is a great opportunity for those 5.5% of people leaving the west coast in the dust. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Dallas area has the highest job growth in the country and is the best place to expand, continue, or start a career. The median real estate prices are above the national average at $312,900, but it’s still more than 50% less what you’d pay for an average home in California’s priciest areas. With the number of museums, parks, and historical landmarks, Dallas has enough culture and entertainment to satisfy the incoming residents.
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