In 2006, Forbes Magazine rated Albuquerque, New Mexico one of the best cities in America to either start a business or rapidly grow in a certain career field. The city has a strong Spanish influence thanks to its proximity to the Mexican border and is well-known for its diverse food and drink scene.
To tourists, the city is probably most popular for its annual hot air balloon festival in which hundreds of hot air balloon aeronauts from all over the world set sail and cruise in the perfect conditions. This brings us to the next point- Albuquerque gets a lot of sun. So much so that they’re building large solar farms all over the outskirts of the city in an effort to take better advantage of their geographical positioning.
The city is also a fairly large trade center and many of the large railroads and interstates of the American midwest pass around the city. Albuquerque is part of the New Mexico technology corridor and there are tons of scientific research and development firms here along with one of Intel’s largest semiconductor factories. If you’re in the tech sector- this is one of the best places to be outside of Silicon Valley.
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The population of Albuquerque is known for its open policy towards visitors. Here, visitors can experience some of the best authentic Mexican cuisine North of the border, take a quick road trip to the scenic countryside, or take advantage of the growing arts and sciences scene in the city center. The population here is generally hard-working and invested in their careers or trying to be the next great tech entrepreneur.
Historically, it has grown at 1-2 percent per year. Albuquerque is the 32nd most populous city in the United States. Population estimating around 560,513.
- 3.2% Black/African American
- 73.5% White
- 49.0% Hispanic/Latino
- 2.8% Asian
Based on the data from the U.S. Census Bureau the median household income in Albuquerque city, New Mexico is a little over $50,000 with a poverty line under or just at 17.6%.
- Albuquerque is the Hot Air Balloon Capital of the world.
- Had the first Bitcoin machine debuted in a cigar shop called Imbibe
- Albuquerque is home to the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History.
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