From Michigan to Texas
Michigan borders the Great Lakes of North America and is located in the center of the Northern industrial area. The state is known for its numerous lakes and the longest freshwater coastline of any political subdivision in the world.
There are seven cities in Michigan with a population of more than 100,000. Its capital is the beautiful town of Lansing, but the largest city is Detroit with a population of over 760,000. It also formed Detroit metro, a metro area with a population of 3.5 million (ranked 11th in the United States), along with Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne counties.
Detroit Motor City
As KISS sang it – Detroit Rock City! In addition to the above facts, Detroit is the largest city on the US-Canada border. Detroit is known for its contributions to music, as a knowledge base of art, architecture, and design, and its historical automotive background.
Detroit is located at the center of the automotive and financial industries. Companies such as General Motors, Quicken Loans, Ally Financial, Compuware, Shinola, and American Axle are all located there. It has many more advantages, but still many people choose to leave it.
Ahh, Texas hello!
Texas is an excellent destination, especially considering that it borders the Gulf of Mexico and has several great beach resorts such as Corpus Christi. The climate alone is a reason big enough for many to want to leave and move to Texas immediately.
Houston is the largest city in Texas with a population of more than 2.3 million. This is a city with many nicknames. The most popular ones are Space City, HOU, Bayou City, H Town and Hustle-Town. Houston is a major part of the Texas Delta (Texaplex), which includes Houston, the second largest city San Antonio, the state capital Austin and Dallas Fort Worth.
Lyndon Johnson Space Center
But tourism and food are not the only pillars of Texas. Space City is home to NASA’s Lyndon Johnson Space Center (JSC), and is therefore a major space hub in the Western Hemisphere. It is a place for manned space flight training, research and flight control. You may already be familiar with the buzzword “Houston, we have a problem!” So if you are an aspiring astronaut or aerospace engineer, this is the place you want!
Texas Medical Center
Texas Medical Center is widely regarded as the most concentrated place of medical institutions in the world – hospitals and research institutions. This 2.1 square mile area has more than 106,000 employees, receives 10 million patients each year, and has a gross domestic product of 25 billion U.S. dollars.
The University Of Houston (H.H.) is one of the leading research universities in the United States. It has more than 47.000 students and provides the above-mentioned institutions with the best young talents in their fields. It is classified as “R1: Doctoral University-Advanced Research Activities”. H 282 degree program, with 282 university and professional degrees.
The Houston Theater District is considered the Broadway of the South. With 9 major performing arts institutions and 6 performance halls, it ranks second in the seat concentration of city theaters. Therefore, there is no need to go all the way north to New York to see high-quality shows.
The Houston Grand Opera House, Houston Ballet and Houston Symphony Orchestra together become the cultural capital of the city. Representatives of contemporary art include Slim Thug, Paul Wall, Mike Jones, Bun B, Geto Boys, Trae tha Truth, Kirko Bangz, Z-Ro, Southern Mexican, Travis Scott and Megan Thee Stallion. However, the biggest star born and raised in the region is Beyoncé.
You can view all sports in Houston, except for NHL games. Space City is the home of the Houston Astros, Houston Rockets, Houston Texans, Houston Dynamo Football Club and the top league Houston Sabres, and they have performed well in their respective leagues.
The Houston Museum District is known for its 19 museums, including famous museums such as the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Rothko Church, Menil Collection, Houston Museum of Contemporary Art, and Houston Museum of African American Culture.
As a large modern city, Houston has many parks—337 to be exact. The largest and most famous of these are Hermann Park, Terry Hershey Park, Houston Lake Park and Memorial Park. Herman Park is a 445-acre shrine located north of the Texas Medical Center. It is home to the Houston Zoo, Miller Outdoor Theater, and the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
Houston is one of the freest cities in the world. It is home to large African, Hispanic, and Asian communities, and one of the largest LGBT communities in the United States. In addition, Houston is one of the largest Christian districts in the United States. All of this adds bright colors to Texas.
Texas and Houston generally have several disadvantages that you should consider.
Traffic congestion is one of Houston’s biggest problems. According to government transportation research, commuters in Houston spend more time on the road than most Americans, an average of one hour or more per day.
Due to the hot and humid weather, Houston is a huge breeding ground for mosquitoes. So prepare some insect repellent nearby.
Due to its proximity to the ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, Houston is prone to floods and hurricanes.
There is no state income tax in Texas, but this is a trap. This makes up for the 8.25% sales tax, which is the high end of the country.
And still, Texas remains one of the most desired states for people to relocate. It has everything, literally everything.