June 27, 2019
It’s a given that Austin, TX ranks high among many a tech survey. And, according to a survey released by Robert Half Technology, Texas’ capital city comes in second when it comes to tech managers growing their talent base for the remainder of 2019 — beat out by Miami, FL.
But two other Texas cities rank up there, as well; Houston ranked fourth, while Dallas tied for fifth (with Charlotte, NC; Cincinnati, OH; Indianapolis, IN; San Francisco and Portland, OR). Nationally, of those polled, 67% plan to expand their teams by adding full-time employees, a four-point increase from the beginning of the year.
Respondents cited technology needs, including cybersecurity, cloud security, computing and architecture; business intelligence and reporting services; database management and virtualization/enterprise resource planning implementation and development operations.
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