Friday, July 11, 2014

Jobs leaving California, coming to Texas

Good article summarizing several companies that have either expanded into TX or pulled up stakes and moved there.
Chevron will move about 400 employees and create a total of 1,752 jobs in Houston and additional 400 in Midland and initiated plans in late 2012 to build a data center in San Antonio according to the report.

Also, just earlier this year, the noodle maker Maruchan an Irvine-based company, opened a new plant that created about 600 jobs in the Alamo City.

Other companies that are relocating, expanding to Texas include Apple, eBay, Dropbox, LegalZoom, Motorola, PennyMac and Visa. Most of the jobs in the report are heading to Austin, Houston, and the Dallas-Forth Worth metropolitan area.

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