Fargo has been an agricultural city in North Dakota. It is the most populous city in the state with over 15% of the state’s population. Fargo’s economic growth largely relies in the fields like food processing, manufacturing, technology, retail trade, higher education, and healthcare. Some of the major employing industries in the city are Healthcare, Social and Educational services, Retail Trade, Manufacturing as well as Accommodation and Food services,
The population of Fargo is estimated at over 113.5k. The most common origin of the city’s global diversity are Bosnia and Herzegovina, India and Canada. 9.2% of the Population is non-English speaking. 1.3% of the people speak Spanish. This is followed by several other languages which makes it difficult for businesses to have English as its only language of communication.