The Big Apple’s concentration of jobs surpasses major tech hubs such as San Jose/Silicon Valley, Boston and Washington, D.C.
The region had a total of 316,500 high-tech jobs in 2006, the latest year for which figures were available, states “Cybercities 2008: An Overview of the High-Technology Industry in the Nation’s Top 60 Cities.” The report was conducted by AeA, a national tech industry trade association.
New York’s regional sum far surpassed other major tech hubs such as San Jose/Silicon Valley, which had 225,300 workers, and Boston, which had 191,700 workers. Washington ranked as the second-largest tech city with 295,800 workers. Whole Workforce Week article here
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