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New Braunfels

The city of New Braunfels, often known as a Texas summer destination, was recognized heavily because there is an expected rise of 17% in employment by 2025. This projection is connected to the well-known tourist accommodations, including the Comal River, Schlitterbahn waterpark, and the annual Wursfest that gathers over 100,000 people each November. The magazine says local hotels, retail and restaurants are the city’s top employers, but health care, construction and manufacturing also add to the job market. In addition, automotive company Continental recently announced plans to build a factory in the area, which is expected to add another 130 jobs in a few years. The aesthetic of being part of the Texas Hill Country also makes this quaint city an attractive place to live. New Braunfels is along I-35, smack in the middle of two major cities. Both San Antonio and Austin are only about a 30- to 45-minute drive away. The cost of living and housing in New Braunfels is also significantly less than those larger cities.

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