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10 Best US Cities For Tech Jobs In 2016

Glassdoor recently released its report on the best cities for jobs in 2016 based on factors including cost of living, job satisfaction, and work-life balance. Which of these cities on its list are best for IT pros? We take a look.
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St. Louis, Missouri
The St. Louis area has 49,450 job openings and a job satisfaction rating of 3.3. Employees earn a median base salary of $56,896, and the median home value is $141,900.
The strongest tech jobs in St. Louis include software developer, data scientist, and IT project manager.
(Image: Daniel Schwen via Wikimedia Commons)

St. Louis, Missouri

The St. Louis area has 49,450 job openings and a job satisfaction rating of 3.3. Employees earn a median base salary of $56,896, and the median home value is $141,900.

The strongest tech jobs in St. Louis include software developer, data scientist, and IT project manager.

(Image: Daniel Schwen via Wikimedia Commons)

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