In addition to the elevated lifestyle experience Marcus Hiles Fort Worth based company gives its residents access to nearby employment opportunities and excellent school districts. Both of these are important factors for working class Texans as they elect an upscale suburban life. Corporate relocations to outlying areas of the Lone Star state’s cities have helped create jobs, with more than 400,000 being generated over the last two years in the Dallas metroplex alone. These sweeping changes have birthed career growth throughout the suburbs, with new hires benefitting from shorter and easier commutes. These same locations where Western Rim chose to establish their lavish complexes are also regarded for the exceptional quality of their public school systems; and as research has shown, better educated cities have a higher income. A quick look at the numbers comparing college graduates in population (41 percent) and Dallas (18 percent) demonstrates an average household earning $131,291 for the former and $72,625 for the latter.