San Francisco, Denver, Philly Most Stressful Cities for IT Pros

 
 
By Nathan Eddy  |  Posted 2013-03-29
 
 
 

San Francisco: The Most Stressful City for IT Pros

The city with the highest percentage of respondents who say they find their jobs stressful was San Francisco, with nearly 90 percent.
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San Francisco: The Most Stressful City for IT Pros

Mile High City Keeps IT Stress Levels Elevated

Denver placed second on the list of most stressful cities for IT administrators; 80 percent of respondents cited the Mile High City.
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Mile High City Keeps IT Stress Levels Elevated

City of Brotherly Love No Romance for IT Pros

Philadelphia tied with Denver as a highly stressful city for IT administrators, again cited by 80 percent of respondents.

City of Brotherly Love No Romance for IT Pros

Columbus Needs More IT Workers

More than half (56 percent) of respondents in Columbus say they do not have enough IT staff to get the job done.

Columbus Needs More IT Workers

Detroit Needs More IT Staff, Too

The Motor City appears to be having trouble attracting IT talent, with half of IT administrators in Detroit saying they lack enough IT staff.
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Detroit Needs More IT Staff, Too

End Users in Beantown Are the Most Stressful

IT administrators in Boston report that they have the most stressful end users in the nation, with 43 percent indicating that the users they support are the biggest contributors of stress.

End Users in Beantown Are the Most Stressful

Austin IT Administrators Take it Easy

The U.S. city in which the greatest percentage of respondents do not experience any overtime was Austin, Texas, with 66 percent.
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Austin IT Administrators Take it Easy

Doing Overtime in Dallas

Dallas was among the top U.S. cities in which respondents work more than eight hours of overtime. It placed third, after Philly and Boston.
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Doing Overtime in Dallas

Big Apple, but Not a Big Budget

At least one-fifth of respondents in New York City said they do not have enough budget for IT upgrades and projects.
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Big Apple, but Not a Big Budget

L.A. Needs More $$$, IT Administrators Say

Like New York, a fifth (20 percent) of IT administrators in the City of Angels said they do not have enough budget for IT upgrades and projects.
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L.A. Needs More $$$, IT Administrators Say

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