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Fairfax County Has Fortune Magazine’s Top Four Companies

fortune-500.pngFairfax County draws highly educated workers.  It is home to the headquarters of intelligence agencies that include National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, National Reconnaissance Office, National Counterterrorism Center, Central Intelligence Agency and Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Fortune Magazine has published their annual list of companies.  Four of the five largest have made Fairfax County their home.  There is a total of 20 in the Washington D.C. metropolitan areas and half of those are in Fairfax County.  Scattered throughout the county, you will find Freddie Mac, Captial One, Hilton Worldwide, Booz Allen Holding and Gannett in the Tysons Corner area, while General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman and CSC have located in the Falls Church vicinity.  Varying from defense and security companies to technology consulting firms, they have a wide variety to offer when it comes to employment and are very proud of their standing.

Demographics of fairfax county va

Fairfax County’s current estimated population of 1,116,897, it is one of the most populous jurisdictions in the Commonwealth of Virginia, totalling 13.6% of the state’s population.  Their average age is 36 years old. With average weekly salary 52% higher than the national average, Fairfax County is one of the highest-income counties in the country.  Our national average being $775.00/weekly and theirs being $1,181.00 from 2005 records.  With its six-figure median household income, Fairfax County was the first to reach this level in the United States. Fairfax County’s climate consists of hot, sometimes humid summers, cool winters, where during a nor’easter they can receive a heavy snowfall on occasion.  With periods of the most the favorable temperatures, Spring through Fall have the most pleasant temperatures.

Fairfax County va History


Being located in the close proximity of Washington D.C., Fairfax County played an important role in the Civil War.  On September 1, 1862, the Battle of Chantilly or Ox Hill, as the Confederates called it, was being fought there.  This was the concluding battle of the Northern Virginia Campaign of the American Civil War.   It was the only major battle of the war fought in Fairfax County. Once just rural farmland, this 300 acre battle site is now a dedicated 4.8 acre memorial park, the Ox Hill Battlefield Park which boasts a pair of monuments representing the Union generals, Isaac Stevens and Philip Kearny that were killed during this battle. The remaining balance of the land, over the years has become  office buildings, apartments and other urban venues.  A small yard located within the nearby At the Fairfax Towne Center, a small piece of property has been designated as the area where Robert E. Lee led his troops to the Ox Hill Battlefield.

During and after World War II, the federal government increased the interest in this rapidly growing county.  Businesses sought out this area and continued to move into Fairfax County.  This lead to the construction and opening of Tysons Corner Center.  Developing into a diverse, increasing  population, the technology boom and government-driven economy created a very rapid growing area.  This has resulted in making Fairfax County one of the wealthiest counties in our nation.

Fairfax County School System

The Fairfax County Public School system, educating over 180,000 students, FCPS is the largest public educating facility in Northern Virginia and the Baltimore-Washington Metrpolitan Area. Being the 13th largest school system in the nation, the school division also has to maintain the largest fleet of school buses in the United States.  The county’s most notable commitment it makes is to the allocation of 52.2% of its fiscal budget, over $1.8 billion, to its school system.  Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology consistently ranks near or at the top of all of our nation’s schools from the tremendous number of National Merit Semi-Finalist and Finalists.  Being a Virginia Governor’s School, it allows gifted scholars opportunities beyond those of a normal classroom to seek out learning in non traditional teaching and learning techniques.  Giving students the privilege of focusing on a specific area of intellectual or artistic strengths.  All Governor’s Schools are attended by not only students within Fairfax County, but from any of the Arlington, Loudoun, Fauquier and Prince William counties also including the City of Falls Church.  With all that this district has to offer, they produce on-time graduates at the rate of 91% along with the Sat average score of 1659.

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