Atlanta could soon become one of the world’s most elite tech cities.
According to a new report from Forbes, Atlanta is the No. 3 American city poised to become one of tomorrow’s tech meccas.
“Craving relocation to the East Coast? Opportunities for Atlanta-based tech jobs, including software developer, software programmer, and computer support roles, have grown far more quickly than the national average,” the article reads. “Atlanta’s total tech jobs have grown by 46.7 percent since 2010 — almost 20 percentage points above the national average.”
The article gives a nod to three of the city’s startup hubs — Atlanta Tech Village, Switchyards Downtown Club and Advanced Technology Development Center — and two of the city’s universities —Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University — as a two of the main boosters of Atlanta’s tech boom.
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