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Energizing the World

 

The products we use every day start right here in Pasadena – whether they’re made here or passing through Port Houston, one of the top container ports in the nation, located in our backyard. We’re home to the country’s largest petrochemical complex and have access to anywhere in the world – and beyond – with Hobby Airport just 15 minutes away, George Bush Intercontinental Airport just 40 minutes away, and NASA’s Johnson Space Center and Ellington Field nearby.

 

Our industrial roots have transformed our city into a place with growing energy. We saw more than $1.5 billion in capital investment in the last year and boast a wide range of companies, from global energy giants like BP and Total to household names like Boeing and Nestle Water. We also have more than 5,700 small businesses, which cite our welcoming, business-friendly environment and massive industry base as just some of the reasons they’ve found success in Pasadena. Our industrial prowess means we offer well-paying jobs and exciting career opportunities in fields including energy, transportation and logistics, aerospace, technology, health care, retail and more. So whether you want to take advantage of our next-generation petrochemical industry, or reap the ripple effect it’s having on our economy, there are plenty of ways to grow your business and your career in Pasadena.

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Pasadena is the second largest city in the Houston MSA.