Omaha is Nebraska’s largest city, having a metro population of 972,195 people. The current median household income for Omaha is $73,720. Omaha sits on the banks of the Missouri River, and just north of the Platte River. Omaha has long been a city of inventors – from Tip-Top Products’ invention of pink hair curlers to Swanson’s TV dinners, Omaha has been a haven for creative inventors. Omaha likes to do things in big ways. Even their zoo is world-class, having the world’s largest geodesic dome, indoor desert, indoor swamp and nocturnal exhibits, the Henry Doorly Zoo is a significant international attraction for Omaha. The city also has a vibrant music scene – especially for R&B and jazz and emerging hip-hop. The greater Omaha metro area is home and host to several large employers, including Mutual of Omaha, Berkshire Hathaway, G. D. Searle & Company, Werner Enterprises, Sojern, Kiewit Corporation, TD Ameritrade, Godfather’s Pizza, Hayneedle, Woodmen, Right at Home, Gallop Organization, Union Pacific Railroad, Valmont Industries, and many others!