Relocating to Houston
The 200 plus page Relocating to Houston guide is the premier tool to help HR professionals to inform new employees and their families that are relocating to Houston about their new city.

With up to date information, breath taking photography and corresponding website with coupons and application this book will answer your questions and concerns of your prized recruits.

Below is a sample of chapters and information included in the guide as well as links to order books and other products to help you to reach your goals and inform your out of town buyers.
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Once you’ve settled in to your new home, you’ll want to learn more about Houston and the region, including population and climate information, local government structure, a Houston historical timeline and essentials like police, fire and Houston Public Library information. You’ll also find information about obtaining a driver’s license, registering ... more »
Plugging Into the Houston Job Market This chapter is designed to assist the trailing spouse, a person who follows a marriage partner who is relocating to a new city, in this case, Houston. While your spouse’s employer may provide relocation assistance that includes job search services for you, you’ll want to ... more »
Moving, Packing and Utilities While just the thought of relocating can be stressful, with planning and helpful resources, the process can be managed. In this section, you’ll learn about ways to pack, how to prepare for your move, utilities in the area and additional resources. Once you’re established in the area, ... more »
More Than 5 Million People Call the Region Home While Houston is the most populous city, the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown Metropolitan Statistical Area (Houston MSA), consists of 10 counties: Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, San Jacinto and Waller. The 2010 population of more than 5,946,000 ranks Houston sixth ... more »
Houston—Center of Excellence The crown jewel of health care, education and research in Houston is the Texas Medical Center (TMC), considered the world’s largest medical center. It was first developed in 1945 with a dream to create a medical center where people from all walks of life could have access to ... more »
Getting to Know the Bayou City As the fourth largest city in the United States, there’s a lot to know about Houston and the 10-county region that surrounds it. In this chapter, you’ll learn about the local geography, its strategic location and port, the city’s founding brothers and highlights that cover ... more »
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