Plano, with a 2019 population of 281,566, is a prosperous place. In 2016, the City was named the 3rd 'Best Place to Live in America,' by Money Magazine. J.C. Penney, Pizza Hut, Frito-Lay, and Toyota Motor North America are all headquartered in Plano. Several technology giants have major R&D operations here including Ericsson, McAfee, CA, Intuit and Nokia. These companies attract highly skilled workers from throughout the US and abroad.
Plano, unlike other affluent locations, is affordable. It has low taxes, housing prices and unemployment compared to most metros in the U.S. The Plano Independent School District is nationally regarded and provides an education comparable in quality to many top private schools.
Information courtesy of the City of Plano.
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