Mission, Texas, has an important economic performance due to its qualities for attracting investment, such as efficient logistics, first-class industrial parks and highly qualified labor.
It belongs to the state of Texas, which is the state that leads the generation of jobs in the last 10 years.
In general, the MSA region offers a favorable climate for companies, since it does not have corporate taxes for them and neither on personal income.
The total Gross Domestic Product for McAllen, Mission and Edinburg, Texas is 22,908.324 million dollars, according to the last report registered in 2020.
In Mission there is a guarantee of competitive personnel for any company, trained in the main schools of the city and ready to develop any activity.
The city prioritizes human development to fit the needs of a business and promotes professional growth so they can take on any role in industries.
Mission's workforce is primaril y produced at South Texas College and at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley