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Ok it is not for me but for my mom. I work across the country From new-hampshire to Seattle, Silicon valley to Boston, however my mother needs to move to a cheaper place. She is not able to keep up with the bills after she had to find a different job. I was thinking about new-hampshire or Texas. She still wants to work so i was leaning toward texas. I understand Austin, DFW, and Houston are booming. here is what I like about the state. -Cheap -Affordable for people struggling financially -Has jobs -open and wide -populated but still roomy -No income tax -and a few more things. Here is what bothered me. (2010 censu, 2012 state reports, national debt, and texas state residents = sources) -state has 25 million people but over but 4 million on food stamps and 765,000 unemployed. - the state debt is over $278.7 billion with the second worst growing debt by local which is 2nd worst in the nation and 10th worst debt per captia - wealth gap is at 28% - Do to population increase in 2009, which was bout 450,000 people from the west, and over 700,000 since, the credit bubble has grown in texas - poverty according to the 2010 census and 2012 study, ranging from which you look 26-32 of the top 50 poorest cities are in texas. -water shortage - Over 3.6 million minimum wage workers in the US and over 450,000 in Texas (nations highest) -unemployment rose from 6.4% in April to 8.6% in June.. why? I want the best for my mom and since we are is Asian(Indian)-American and I don't want to here to be harassed either. I want the best for her and I don't want her to struggle. Please can someone explain to me if texas is safe for my mom to go or should i look to somewhere else.
I have lived here in Dallas for five years now. I moved to Texas to find work. Yes. There is work to be had. However, I would say 80% of the jobs here in Texas pay very low wages. They also don't offer health insurance. They do this because Texas is growing so fast, so many people are flocking to this state, and texas is also a border state and you've got millions of Hispanics here who are bilingual, willing to work for less, and employers prefer them because they get two employees for one. So the competition for even the most basic job is fierce. I have friends who recently left Texas (I'm in Dallas) because they could not find work or anything paying over minimum wage. The republicans hate hearing this about Texas because Texas is suppose to be their baby but this state sucks for good, solid middle class jobs. Its hard to see a doctor here too. Traffic sucks. The heat is unbearable. Stress is VERY high here. Lots of employer abuse. Employees have few rights here.
OK here is my opinion for ya. Irving Texas is "FULL" of Asian Indian people. I have not been anywhere else in this part of the area where I have seen so many Asian Indian people and more coming in all the time so I would feel Irving Texas would be safest for her. Its not the cheapest area to live but not all of Irving is high dollar priced. Just have to ask Apartment search people or realtor which would be good affordable area for her to live within her culture. Also Farmers Branch near Carrollton Texas is a nice place where a lot of Asian people live too .The Apartment Realtors would be very nice and would know.The most for the money would be the Fortworth area. Fortworth has better rent and is not as congested as Dallas area. I would feel safer there because I mainly grew up in the Northwest area of Fortworth. I haven't lived over there in years so I don't know much about Asian Indian areas where to live there. Look online and get advise from Realtors for those areas. I mentioned .I hope this helps you somewhat.
Austin is not cheap and finding a job there can be difficult. People tend to stay in Austin after graduating from the University. Texas does not have a state income tax but there is a sales tax and property tax. You did not say what job skills she has. That will make a huge differences as to where she relocates to.
The cost of living is cheaper than either the East coast or California. The job market is better, too, but it depends on her skills. She will not be bothered because of her race, there are thousands of Asians in Texas.
Texas as a whole is filled with complete arrogant douche-types and is a barren hellscape with nothing positive except a highway system that will lead you out of there if you can escape the high crime and rampant hedonism that the residents there believe in. do not go there i'm ttelling you that it'll be a disaster gaurenteed texcas always is, just cant wait until its not a state anymore.