90 percent of growth in high-tech jobs happened in just 5 metro areas – Vox article

As a result, wealth is also being concentrated in those areas.

By Rani Molla@ranimolla  Dec 9, 2019

Overall tech job growth (about 90% of it) has been happening in just 5 metropolitan areas in the US. No other historical job-growth period happened in this manner (manufacturing or natural resources growth booms, for instance).

These 5 areas have secondary employment advantages in that there are many companies that support larger tech organizations in those same areas.

The net effect is, more and more companies and high-wage tech workers are gravitating toward those 5 metros for employment.

As a nation, we need to spread the wealth a bit through possible tax incentives and other means.

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