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Dallas, TX

With a population of more than one million, Dallas is among the ten largest cities in the nation-but only the third largest in the state of Texas, behind Houston and San Antonio. However, its metropolitan area, which includes Fort Worth and Arlington, is the fourth-largest in the United States.

With a median resident age of 32 years, Dallas has a large population of single, career-oriented professionals. The median household income-just over $40,000-is well above the nation's average, and the city is home to more than a dozen billionaires. The city touts its ethnic diversity, with vibrant Asian, Hispanic, and African American communities.

Recognized for its business and finance sectors, the city is a popular tourist destination as well and boasts more shopping centers per capita than anywhere in the nation.


Covering such a large landmass, Dallas has a plethora of neighborhoods both within the urban core and in the surrounding suburban and exurban areas. Some prominent districts include:


Known as "Silicon Prairie," Dallas has a strong business climate, with technological industries playing a key role in the economy. The city's other top industries include telecommunications, real estate, financial services, computer technology, banking, energy, and tourism.

Nineteen Fortune 500 companies make their headquarters in Dallas. They include:

The biggest facility of its kind in the country, the Dallas Convention Center contains the largest column-free exhibition hall. The center is the third-most popular business travel destination in the country.



Dallas features a thriving arts community. The Arts District contains museums, art venues, and theaters, and is home to the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. The city offers several popular cultural attractions:


Dallas is home to several institutions of higher learning:


There are a variety of professional sports teams in the Dallas area:


Daily and weekly newspapers that serve the Dallas area include:

The city also offers a number of ethnic newspapers printed in such languages as Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese.


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