Austin continues to grow at a rate of 152 new citizens per day. In the last decade, Austin has been at the top of virtually every list of fastest growing cities in U.S., best places to live, and best cities for young professionals.
What makes Austin so attractive? In addition to being the “Live Music Capital of the World,” our city has a booming economy with a flourishing start-up scene, lower cost of living than most larger cities, and endless things to do. Austin is home to all kinds of festivals and is a haven for foodies and outdoor aficionados.
At Maxwell Locke & Ritter, we’ve had an influx of candidates from all over the country, but especially from larger cities with higher costs of living like New York City and San Jose. We’re thrilled to welcome new team members to our team of experienced professionals to keep us fresh, leveraging the diversity of thought brought to the firm by our newest team members.
Check out Team ML&R’s favorite things to do in Austin:
Lee Benedict, audit: Austin City Limits Music Festival
Steve Knebel, tax: Dining. I am a foodie and favor local dive joints.
Emily Chauvin, tax: Hiking Turkey Creek Trail with my dog
James Rinn, support: Being outside in nature, watching sunrises and sunsets, and eating great food with friends
Rachel Lee, audit: Hiking, trekking and paddle boarding
Cody Anderson, tax: Bouldering