Irving-Las Colinas and Plano ahve topped yet another WalletHub list — this time for providing an environment conducive to gamers.
Texas added 34,400 nonfarm jobs in May as the economic recovery continued at a choppy pace, and the state’s unemployment rate ticked down to 6.5%, the Texas Workforce Commission reported on Friday.
Irving-Las Colinas ranks 29th nationwide for the green space and amenities renters enjoy in the city according to a study by STORAGECafé, a nationwide self-storage search website.
You could call it the pandemic bubble.
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