America’s New Tech Hot Spots

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No. 1: Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV

Growth In STEM Employment, 2001-12: 21.1%

Growth over last 2 years: 3.7% (28th best over that period)

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No. 2: Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA

Growth In STEM Employment, 2001-12: 18.6%

Growth over last 2 years: 2.2% (38th)

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No. 3: San Antonio-New Braunfels, TX

Growth In STEM Employment, 2001-12: 18.3%

Growth over last 2 years: 4.5% (21st)

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No. 4: Baltimore-Towson, MD

Growth In STEM Employment, 2001-12: 17.9%

Growth over last 2 years: 3.9% (25th)

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No. 5: Raleigh-Cary, NC

Growth In STEM Employment, 2001-12: 17.9%

Growth over last 2 years: 6.2% (12th)

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No. 6: Las Vegas-Paradise, NV

Growth In STEM Employment, 2001-12: 17.2%

Growth over last 2 years: 0.8% (43rd)

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No. 7. Salt Lake City, UT

Growth In STEM Employment, 2001-12: 16.3%

Growth over last 2 years: 7.4% (fifth)

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No. 8: Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, TX

Growth In STEM Employment, 2001-12: 15.7%

Growth over last 2 years: 6.6% (sixth)

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No. 9: Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA

Growth In STEM Employment, 2001-12: 15.4%

Growth over last 2 years: 6.7% (eighth)

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No. 10: Jacksonville, FL

Growth In STEM Employment, 2001-12: 13%

Growth over last 2 years: 2.4% (37th)

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