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Deciding where to live depends on so many different variables, and for Americans, one of the most important factors is state property taxes.

In a recent study by WalletHub, experts ranked all 51 states and provinces in the United States to find where the lowest real estate tax rates are, and Hawaii’s (No. 1) .29% and Alabama's (No. 2) .41% topped the list.

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Google has long made various lists of companies with the most enjoyable work environments. After all, people often seek out employment opportunities at companies known as having similar perks.

Antoinette Hayford is an Online Recruiting Marketing Content Lead and she has been sharing glimpses into that fun work life at Google's Corporate Austin location ever since she went back into the office in August 2021.

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In 2021, a record-breaking of 660 people became billionaires globally, growing the previous year’s number by 30%. The U.S. is home to the most billionaires out of any other country, mostly concentrated within just a couple of industries: finance and investments, and technology.
Some people working in other wealthy sectors like food and drink, fashion and retail, and media and entertainment were able to grow a huge net worth, like Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, projected to become the world’s first trillionaire by 2026.
Since everything is bigger in Texas, Stacker compiled a list of the richest billionaires that are residents of the Lone Star State.
The 20 richest Texans were ranked by net worth as of June 30, according to Forbes' data.

#20. Mark Cuban

- Net worth: $4.7 billion (#560 wealthiest in the world)
- Residence: Dallas, Texas
- Source of wealth: online media, Dallas Mavericks, Self Made

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The state of Texas has never had as many job openings as there have been recently according to The Dallas Morning News, and there is a plethora of city of Austin jobs on that list waiting to be filled.

Many departments, like the Emergency Medical Service and Austin Water Utility, are hiring positions that require all sorts of experience. Even better, however, are the several jobs on the list that do not require a college degree, yet are still making some serious bucks — we're talking $34,000 to over $60,000.

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