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Dallas-Fort Worth’s Economic Resiliency

Christopher Grubbs • 10/7/2021
Dallas-Fort Worth continued to prosper following the Great Recession recovery in Q1 2012, and reported a 26.5% overall increase in total jobs through Q1 2020 prior to the beginning of the pandemic. Similarly, the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic remains fluid but strong thanks to a resilient consumer and robust business investment.

Americans are flocking to Texas and thereby Dallas-Fort Worth due to strong market fundamentals, propelled by low cost and a tax friendly environment. By Q2 2021, Dallas-Fort Worth has added 263,467 jobs, an 7.5% increase from its lowest point just one year prior.

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