Top U.S. Cities for techies; how is your city ranked?
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Geek America: The Top 10 U.S. Cities for Technology Jobs
By Diann Daniel
Take a photo tour through New York, Silicon Valley, Boston and the rest of America’s leading cities for high-tech jobs.
Which cities are the best for technology workers? The American Electronics Association sought to answer that question by analyzing U.S. cities on a host of factors, including which have the most tech jobs, which have the best tech job growth, which cities have the highest tech salaries, and which techies make the most money compared with their non-tech counterparts. (You’ll have to look into dating life and such on your own.)
So without further ado, CIO.com takes you on a tour of geek America, arranged by which cities can claim the most high-tech jobs. (Click here to find out more on methodology or to weigh in about what makes the top high-tech cities great—or terrible.)