> Cnet maps the top IT-job producing cities. Not a lot of surprises: San Jose, Calif.; Washington, D.C.; Long Beach, Calif.; New York; Chicago; Boston; Oakland, Calif.; Seattle; and San Francisco.
I don’t think this map would really surprise anyone. It’s interesting to see the concentration of tech jobs around certain urban areas however. With all the talk about telecommunications enabling the outsourcing of jobs to India, I’d think there would also be a greater outsourcing of jobs to cheaper places like Alabama, or the midwest.