DFW tech jobs

Report: Private Investment, Federal Initiatives Have Helped Make DFW a ‘Rising Star’ Metro for Tech Jobs

by | Dec 13, 2023
According to a new report from the Brookings Institution, since the pandemic hit in 2020, a "reorientation" has occurred in U.S. tech jobs growth, with growth in share of national digital services jobs moving from "Big Tech meccas" to "vibrant rising star" metros like Dallas-Fort Worth.
Why is the Dallas skyline green, orange, and white? Downtown Dallas skyline lights up for India's Independence Day.
Lighting Up a Growing Bond: The Indian American Impact on Business in North Texas and Beyond
On the 75th anniversary of Indian Independence Day on Monday, the tricolor Dallas skyline was the glow of success for 220,000 Indian Americans who've made North Texas their home. A new report from the Indian American CEO Council shows the positive impact they've made on our economy, our jobs, and our communities.

Co-Chairs Sanjiv Yajnik and Arun Agarwal started the IACEO in 2018 after accompanying Governor Abbott on a trade mission to India. "The governor realized the power of India, and India realized the power of Texas. We could make a difference."
C&W Top High Tech Cities Report: DFW Is No. 7 in U.S.
by | May 18, 2022
In Q1 2022, the Dallas-Fort Worth metro employed 272,390 high-tech workers—an 8% year-over-year increase and a 23% increase compared to Q1 2017. That places DFW at No. 7 in the U.S.  The report also lists the top DFW tech companies, current economic impact and future outlook, and top submarkets for DFW tech companies.