| ||Ask HN: Cities underserved by tech jobs?|
42 points by ChuckMcM 6 months ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 82 comments |
|This question came up in a meeting today and I thought I would ask the HN community for their insights. The company (could be any company but happens to be the one I'm currently working for) is in a position to open an office "anywhere" in the continental US. The projects this company takes on happen to involve embedded Linux systems and software defined radio systems, but lets not focus too much on the flavor of tech.|
What cities in the US could be helped by having a company that was employing 30 - 50 technical workers (engineers) locate there? Are the cities already attractive to technical talent (already living out there) or willing to relocate there?
Everyone knows "Austin" or "Denver" or "Research Triangle Park" but how about other heartland cities?
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