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4,860 Jobs in Allen, Tx

A suburb of Dallas, Texas, Allen is a city in Collin County with a population of just over 105,000. Allen is perhaps best known for its Old Stone Dam. Built in 1874, it was used by the Houston and Texas Central Railroad as a steam locomotive watering station. You can still explore the dam on foot as part of a driving tour of the city’s historical sites. Today, Allen is populated by working professionals and young families and offers highly rated schools and an abundance of coffee shops and parks. Keep reading for more information on this historic city, its main industries, and the advantages of working in Allen, TX.

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Allen is a well-connected city, with almost 100% of households owning a computer, and more than 95% having broadband. As a result, technology jobs in Allen have grown 6% year on year for the past three years. There has been a 36% increase in financial services in the same period. You will find telecommunications, technology, financial services and professional services are the main industries in Allen, although the city enjoys a diverse range of occupations. Healthcare, fitness, and nutrition also provide opportunities, and Allen continues to manufacture medical devices as well as other electronics.

Predominantly white (almost 70%) Allen does have a larger than average Asian population (18%) who have blessed the city with authentic cuisines from around the world. There are also many restaurants serving up local delicacies, and Big Tony’s W Philly Cheesesteaks is acknowledged to be the best cheesesteak restaurant in the whole of Texas. Allen has nearly 2,000 acres of parkland for hiking, biking, and nature trails. Other outdoor attractions include a natatorium, a municipal golf course, and a large outdoor skate park. If you are a history buff, Allen is full of Instagramable sites of historical interest. Start at the Allen Heritage Centre and work your way around. If you want to venture further afield, Allen is just off Highway 75 and is within half an hour of two major airports.

One of the biggest employers in Allen is PFSweb, Inc, a technology company that provides B2B customer service for eCommerce and B2C direct order services. Headquartered in Allen, the company employs more than 1,000 staff and generates almost $300 million in revenue a year. Medical device company Atrion, Micron Technology, and APW Wyott lead the jobs scene in Allen’s manufacturing sector. Healthcare professionals can work at Presbyterian Hospital of Allen, or the nonprofit faith-based organization Texas Health Resources. Other significant employers in the area include Lewis and Ellis and Homeland HealthCare which are both third-party healthcare administration and consulting firms. Color Dynamics printing, America’s Powersports motorcycle dealer, and various communications firms include Frontier Communications also have a significant presence in Allen.