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Best balanced location in TX for climate & jobs?

Eric Lemaitre
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Joined: Jul 03, 2004
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Hi all,

I strongly consider leaving CA for TX, and I need to know what the best balanced location in TX for climate & jobs could be.
I believe west TX is very dry and east in very wet, but a strip in the middle is well balanced for climate.
I particularly think about Austin, which looked much like CA for me when I went there for a while, especially south Austin like Buda & Kyle.
So what is your opinion for a TX location well balanced with good climate & jobs market?

Best regards.


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Bear Bibeault
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Austin for the win!


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Pat Farrell
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When I work in TX or visit TX, there are only two cities that I can stand: Austin and San Antinio.

The business is in Houston and Dallas, but I hate those towns.

YMMV, IMHO, etc.
 
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