Infographic: America’s Top Tech Hubs

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The tech industry accounts for 7.1% of America’s GDP and 11.6% of its total private sector payroll. Just as it is for many other industries, though, these jobs are not spread evenly across the country. The prevailing sentiment holds that major west coast cities are the largest hubs (hello San Francisco and Seattle), but this isn’t wholly true. According to the most recent data (2015), east coast cities are home to hundreds of thousands of tech jobs, too. More surprising might be the emergence of Texas as a major hotspot, proving that tech is not only an east-west phenomenon. Check out our infographic for a more complete picture of the state of tech in America.

America's Top Tech Hubs Infographic

SOURCE: CBRE’s “2016 Scoring Tech Talent” Report, based on data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Statistics Canada

Eric Tra

Author Eric Tra

Eric Tra is the marketing director at Killer Visual Strategies. Originally from Spokane, Washington, Eric received degrees in marketing and fine art from Gonzaga University. After graduating, he moved to Seattle with the hopes of of pursuing a career in the city’s thriving tech community. Since earning a position at Killer Visual Strategies at the beginning of 2013, he has been at the forefront of all marketing activities within the company, including content strategy, lead generation, and social media management. Some of Eric’s other strengths in the office are geared toward internal project management; he currently leads the development of content pieces such as blog posts, ebooks, and more.

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