2015 Salary: $106,263
Year-Over-Year Change from 2014: 11.2 percent
New York has spent the past several years positioning itself as the East Coast’s preeminent tech hub; a healthy mix of established tech companies have major offices here, with startups springing up in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens.
Demand for developers, engineers, network administration professionals, data analysts, and other types of tech pros has led the city government to implement a number of policies to broaden the talent pipeline, including the Computer Science for All initiative, which seeks to give all students in New York City’s school system a computer-science education.
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