Within an hour's drive of Tomball are 141% more nanotechnology research and development jobs than the national average.
The nearly 100-acre Tomball Business and Technology Park provides competitive pricing, facilities, and services in a location that is right off the interstate. Tomball's business district supports wet labs, manufacturing, aviation, education, and more. Computer manufacturer Hewlett-Packard is Tomball's top employer, with 10,000 jobs. Apple and Oracle have already discovered Texas's business-friendly climate, and Google and Microsoft operate within just a half hours drive of Tomball.
Within Tomball's laborshed are nearly 6,000 computer and information systems managers, more than 12,000 management analysts, and nearly 9,000 mechanical engineers. Add in nearly 20,000 software developers and nearly 30,000 project managers representing a total of 180% of the U.S. average laborshed, and you have Tomball—a livable city that is consistently creating new opportunities for people to develop and benefit from the high tech sector.