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Old Posted Oct 26, 2019, 12:47 AM
DCReid DCReid is offline
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Originally Posted by JManc View Post
Houston is definitely slowing down. Even without seeing the stats, you can just see it around town and if you're in market for new job. When I was looking a couple of years ago, got far more bites in Bay Area at least in my line of work.
Houston is still about 30-40% dependent on oil. That's why the first 5 years growth is much higher than the last 5 years (prices peaked around 2014 and have been down 50%). Faster growing cities have a high tech component - even NY.

Changing the subject a little to another city, why has Pittsburgh been such a laggard?
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