What is the job market like in The Woodlands, TX?
I am considering moving to the woodlands within the next few months or so. I have a bachelor's degree in business management and I'm 25. I'm wondering what kind of outlook I'll have for that area. I'm trying to stay away from downtown on weekdays if you know what I mean. Is the job market pretty good in the woodlands area or are all the jobs closer to the city?
Asked By: ianstx000 - 6/14/2007
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Too many people want to live and work in The Woodlands. I live there and would LOVE to be able to work there as well. I too have college degrees and am always looking out for jobs there but most that come available to not fit my Business background or are below my career level... More
Answered By: texashappyhorn - 6/14/2007
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Not much for Professionals. Although there are some offerings; most are commuting into Houston. Remember, it was built as a master planned community for the families of professionals that worked in town... More
Answered By: samfrio - 6/17/2007
Your most likely going to end up commuting to Houston to find work.
Answered By: Than - 6/17/2007
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