Irving-Las Colinas is home to more than 10,000 businesses.
But the city’s 10 largest employers provide more than 11% of jobs, according to the city’s recently released popular annual financial report.
The report also shows the city gained more than 35,000 new residents between 2012 and 2021, bringing its population to 256,684.
Irving’s daytime population, meaning the number of employees who come to the city for work, swells to more than 328,000, according to the report.
Over the past decade, the median household income grew by more than $17,000, jumping to $64,868. But that actually fell slightly since last year, when it reached $67,263.
Earlier this year, oil giant Exxon Mobil Corp. announced it will exit Irving’s Las Colinas headquarters and relocate its top executives and corporate staff to its megacampus in the Houston area. But only 250 employees work at the Irving location, so the move is not expected to significantly affect the city’s employment numbers.
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