Dallas 'Big D' remains a job engine, looking to 2040Dallas 'Big D' remains a job engine, looking to 2040https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=126262016-03-29T05:00:00Z2016-03-29T20:25:00Z

​​​DALLAS-FORT WORTH -The suburban sprawl that North Texas experienced during the past few decades isn't expected to halt anytime soon. And it's not just people moving to the suburbs—jobs will come with them. 

While many of the region’s farther-flung hamlets will experience higher employment growth rates than the area’s two urban cores, Dallas and Fort Worth are still expected to have more jobs than anyone else in 2040.

Dallas will lead the regional pack in adding actual jobs in the 25-year period as the city is expected to have 789,752 more positions in 2040, a 79 percent increase. 

Fort Worth follows up with 390,961, an 85.4 percent increase. Suburban employment hubs Irving, Plano and Arlington round out the top five. 

While Dallas is expected to still have more jobs and people than any other local city, the highest employment growth rates will be spread throughout the region’s suburbs. 
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