The Career Opportunities in Frisco You’ll Want to Know About

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Why Frisco Texas Has A Great Employment Outlook

There’s a rumor going around about Frisco, and maybe you’ve heard it too. The word around town is that Frisco is an amazing place to live and work, and to be honest, we’ve had a little part in spreading that rumor ourselves.

This is because at Taylor Morrison, we’re completely enamored with Frisco as the home of our Somerset Park community.

According to recent reports, Frisco is one of the top ten fastest growing cities in Texas and has experienced more than an eight percent population boost in just one year alone.

While this comes as no surprise to us, the growth in population has also been great for the economy in Frisco, making it a prime location for people who are looking for career and professional growth opportunities.

What Makes Frisco Such a Booming Economic Center?

Frisco is centrally located within Northern Texas. It serves as a central point between Dallas, Denton and Fort Worth. Frisco is located about 30 miles north of Dallas and has welcomed with open arms the many new corporations that want to call the city their home.

It isn’t just Frisco’s close proximity to other major economic centers in Texas that has earned the attention of so many companies. It’s also the fact that Frisco is supported by a strong infrastructure, great community and that it was recognized as one of the top 100 places to live in the entire country by Money Magazine.

Top Major Companies Located in Frisco, Texas

People who chose to live in Frisco have the benefit of Dallas being right down the road.

This puts them in a direct line with the many major corporations that reside there. The Dallas – Fort Worth Metro area is home to the headquarters of Exxon, AT&T, Texas Instruments, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, Tenet Healthcare and more.

While the Dallas-Fort Worth area as a whole is considered a strong economic center, you don’t necessarily need to leave the Frisco limits to build a career. T-Mobile, The Oracle Corporation, Ikea, Conifer Health Solutions and the Amerisource Bergen Specialty group are just a few of the top companies with a corporate location in Frisco.

Top Industries in Frisco

A look at Frisco’s demographics will tell you that its population is well diversified in the industries that they work in.

The top industries in Frisco are the ones that fall under the professional, scientific, management, and administrative umbrella. This makes sense considering that many top corporate offices can be found here and that the Dallas – Fort Worth area is becoming highly focused on innovative technology.

The second leading industry in Frisco is retail trade. One of our favorite things about Frisco is that the local shops and retail culture add something unique to the area. You’ll find the big box stores here, who contribute significantly to the local economy, but you’ll also find a wonderful mix of interesting, one of kind smaller shops that make Frisco the perfect destination for a day of window shopping.

Education, healthcare, finance, construction, engineering and manufacturing are also major supporting industries in the Frisco area.

So, what type of career can you have if you choose our Somerset Park community as your home?

The sky is the limit.

Frisco and the Entrepreneur Community

So far, Frisco sounds like a great place for those that love corporate culture, but if you’re more of a self-starter, you might be wondering if Frisco will provide the same growth opportunities for you.

To answer that question, we’re over here shaking our heads in an enthusiastic yes.

To support its entrepreneurs, innovative thinkers, artists and small business community, Frisco offers a program called LaunchPad City.

LaunchPad City is designed to be a collaborative workspace for creatives, entrepreneurs and community members, that provides many of the traditional workplace amenities and benefits that self-starters often sacrifice in order to achieve their dreams.

LaunchPad provides office space lease options, meeting spaces, a digital creation studio, print services and the all-important break room amenities to its members. As a bonus, the secure campus is accessible to members 24 hours a day to accommodate the often hectic and crazy schedule of self-starters.

LaunchPad’s presence in Frisco demonstrates the city’s commitment to growth through advanced technology. According to the website, the city of Frisco tasked LaunchPad to provide a collaborative working environment to encourage innovation in leading technologies such as blockchain, AI, cybersecurity and more.

An Opportunity to Build the Community

Frisco is a city that’s focused on growth and livability, so it should come as no surprise that the top employers in Frisco are the ones that work to build the community itself.

The Frisco Independent School District is the number one employer in the city. Frisco ISD is responsible for the education of nearly 60,000 students across the 75 square miles in Denton and Collin counties. The school district employs over 6,000 people in all types of educational, administrative, human resource, and technology positions.

The City of Frisco and locally based Collin College also help to round out the top 10 employers in the city.

Your Retreat at the End of a Long Day

The great career opportunities and professional outlook in Frisco mean that you’re going to need a respite at the end of a long day. At Taylor Morrison, we believe that your home should welcome you in and provide an oasis where it’s easy to relax and enjoy the fin

That’s why we build our communities to include spacious floor plans, open concept designs and incredible community amenities. We chose Frisco for Somerset Park because we knew that it would be possible for you to live the life of your dreams here without a grueling commute.

We know you’re going to love our new community. If you’re new to the Frisco area, we invite you to contact us. We’re here to help you find the perfect community to call your home. We’d also love the chance to tell you all about our new Somerset Park homes.

Contact Taylor Morrison today for more information!

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