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D.C., Baltimore Among Best Towns for Tech Jobs

Forbes has ranked Washington, D.C., #2 and Baltimore #5 among the nation's best cities for tech jobs.

The ranking rated areas on the number of tech-related jobs added over the past two years and the past decade.

Government spending boosted the ranking for Washington, which boasts many jobs in computer systems design, programming and private-sector research and development.

Baltimore also sees federal spending, fostering a 38.8 percent growth in tech jobs over the past decade in that area.

The full list is available on the Forbes web site.

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May 18, 2012


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