New York, Silicon Valley Lead Nation for Tech Jobs: Dice

 
 
By Nathan Eddy  |  Posted 2013-01-04
 
 
 

New York City

The Big Apple led the nation in overall open tech positions at 7,696, but posted an 8 percent decline in total listings.

New York City

Washington, D.C./Baltimore

The nation’s capital and neighboring city claimed the No. 2 position, with a 3 percent uptick in jobs, standing at 7,641 positions.
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Washington, D.C./Baltimore

Silicon Valley

Perennial tech jobs magnet Silicon Valley also boasted a 3 percent increase in available jobs to land in third place, with 5,176 positions.

Silicon Valley

Chicago

The Windy City landed in fourth place, with Dice tallying up 3,651 open tech jobs, an 8 percent rise, which was the highest in the top 10.
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Chicago

Los Angeles

The City of Angels continues to draw tech employment opportunities, with the number of available positions jumping 5 percent, to 3,185, according to the Dice report.
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Los Angeles

Boston

Beantown landed in sixth place with 3,046 positions, and the number of open tech jobs rose 1 percent.
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Boston

Dallas

Dallas was the only Texan metropolis to make the cut. The number of open tech jobs in Dallas rose 6 percent, to 2,785 open positions.
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Dallas

Atlanta

The home of CNN and Coca-Cola posted a 6 percent decline in available tech jobs, but still landed in eighth place, with 2,763 available positions.
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Atlanta

Seattle

Up in the Pacific Northwest, Seattle boasted a 3 percent rise in available tech jobs and landed just inside the top 10 with 2,630 positions posted.

Seattle

Philadelphia

The City of Brotherly Love had 2,190 tech-based jobs available in Dice’s latest report, up 1 percent.
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Philadelphia

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