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Living in Dallas-Fort Worth

The Dallas-Fort Worth region (DFW) has been home to Uplift Education for close to three decades! The DFW metroplex is home to more than 6 million people, and our residents never get tired of what the area has to offer. This dynamic region boasts a thriving economy, a rich cultural scene, and plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation.

A Strong Economy

Dallas-Fort Worth boasts a strong, healthy economy, which means you can live comfortably and confidently in DFW. In fact, DFW is one of the best places to find a job in the country because Texas leads the nation in job growth. The strong economy is mainly thanks to tourism, as Dallas-Fort Worth Area is the #1 tourist destination in Texas.

Cultural Center

The region is home to a vibrant cultural center of world-class museums, theaters, and music venues, offering plenty of opportunities to indulge in the arts. Foodies will also delight in the area’s diverse culinary scene, featuring everything from authentic Texas barbecue to international cuisine.

An Ideal Place for Nature Lovers

And for those who love the great outdoors, DFW offers an abundance of parks, lakes, and nature reserves, providing ample opportunities for hiking, biking, fishing, and more. Plus, with over 230 days of sunshine each year, you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy it all.

A Perfect Setting for Sports Fans

Whether you’re a fan of thrilling rodeos or intense football games, the Dallas-Fort Worth area has plenty of sports action. In fact, the world’s first indoor rodeo was held at The Stockyards Championship Rodeo in Fort Worth, and you can still find rodeo action here today. If you frequent football, basketball or hockey games, you’ll love our popular and gorgeous arenas. The area is home to the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars and a variety of semi-pro and college sports.

With its thriving economy, rich cultural scene, and stunning natural beauty, it’s no wonder why DFW is a top choice for those looking to call a new city home. So why not join the millions who have already discovered the many benefits of living in Dallas-Fort Worth?

Get to Know Dallas-Fort Worth

Dallas Quick Facts

1,351,000 Population33.3 yrs Median Age
$70,191 Average Annual Salary$286,200 Median Home Price
$1,312 Median Monthly Rent26.3 mins Average Commute Time
76.1 °F / 55.6 °F Average High/Low Temps37.1 in Average Annual Rainfall

Fort Worth Quick Facts

927,720 Population34.9 yrs Median Age
$57,000 Average Annual Salary$300,000 Median Home Price
$1,300 Median Monthly Rent26 mins Average Commute Time
95 °F/ 36 °F Average High/Low Temps34 in Average Annual Rainfall

In the Dallas-Fort Worth metro, you’ll find some of the most vibrant cities in America, offering endless options when it comes to finding the perfect place to call home. With so many great options to choose from, the possibilities are truly limitless!

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