New York, New Jersey Among Top 10 States for IT

TechAmerica’s latest Cyberstates report provides tidbits about New York, New Jersey and Connecticut’s place in the IT job market overall. Even though it’s based on data from 2007, the report still gives a good idea of where each state stands in comparison to others. Says New York Convergence:

  • New York, employing 304,200 tech workers with a total payroll of $25.9 billion, was the #3 cyberstate.The state had a net gain of 2,700 tech jobs.
  • New Jersey was 8th, employing 210,000 tech workers with total payroll of $19.7 billion.  The state showed a net gain of 4,400 tech jobs.
  • Connecticut was 24th, with 69,500 tech workers earning a total payroll of $5.9 billion.  The state had a net gain of 1,400 tech jobs.

Our latest local market report for New York city is here.

— Mark Feffer

One Response to “New York, New Jersey Among Top 10 States for IT”

  1. Virginia Leads the Nation with the Highest Concentration of Tech Workers
    Capitol Region Employs Nearly 500,000 in Tech Industry in 2013

    http://www.techamericafoundation.org/virginia-leads-the-nation-with-the-highest-concentration-of-tech-workers

    California Leads Nation in 2012 Tech Employment
    California Tech Workers Earn Highest Wage – $123,900
    California and TX leads in manufacturing jobs
    http://www.areadevelopment.com/regionalreports/q1-2013/states-leading-us-manufacturing-resurgence-2665542.shtml

    California leads U.S. in job creation
    http://sacto.org/california-leads-u-s-in-job-creation-report-says/

    The above are good articles specially for the job hunter!