Here are the best cities for tech workers

The average annual technical salary in the Bay Area is almost $ 158,654. It’s according to PitchBook data that San Francisco is still a great place for startups. Eye-catching statistic, but what does it mean? What professions are we talking about? Are CEO jobs increasing that? The statistic originally comes from the job site IndeedSo I entered data to find the best salary for senior product managers, the most available job in San Francisco and elsewhere. Here are the rankings for The City and other tech hubs:

– San Francisco: $ 161,212

– Seattle: $ 145,191

– Denver: $ 137,201

– Boston: $ 128,597

– Austin: $ 127,548

– Portland: $ 123,302

But that still doesn’t tell the whole story, does it? These salaries must be taken into account with the cost of living. And then, what about the things that these cities have to offer? Alright, alright, relax. I didn’t bring you here to let you fall on your head. I’ve done all of the work for you by researching the only things that really matter: salary, cost of living, coffee, weed, sex, baseball, and games. Now, I realize that baseball isn’t one of those other crucial necessities for every tech worker, but if you’re in town right now and not following the epic Giants’ pennant race, you died inside.

I found the cost of living of Nerdwallet, ranking of cities with the best wallethub cafe, ranking of cities with the best PinkCherry sex lives, ranking of the most suitable cities for the game of Fox magazine, ranking of cities with the best weed of Starter, and ranked the cities on baseball from the MLB ranking.

Here are the top cities for techies, based on our sources’ rankings of cities in each category. San Francisco finished first in salary and baseball team records, second in coffee, third in games and last in cost of living, according to our sources. We’ve given the rankings numeric values, summed them up for each city, and those combined rankings put The City first. And came Seattle, Denver, Boston, Austin. By these highly scientific rankings of the Screenshots Tech City Index, you shouldn’t move. You’re welcome.

Graph of the ranking of highly scientific technological cities. (Graphic by Jeff Elder / The Examiner)

But wait: what about Los Angeles, you ask? Come on, you know we # BEATLA…

You may remember that a few weeks ago, the conservative academics at Stanford’s Hoover Institution wrongly pointed out that Apple moved its headquarters to Austin, later blamed Apple for hiding its 176-acre headquarters in Cupertino, located 14 miles from the Hoover Tower. The institution has removed Apple from its list of companies that have allegedly fled California, but it turns out that it was not the only fake list. The report, written by a Texas-based “relocation coach”, also claimed To affirm, the fintech company headquartered on California Street, moved to Pittsburgh. This is not the case, the company told me …

OFFICE SPACE WITH GG BRIDGE VIEW. PERFECT FOR PASSENGERS: If this van works, stay away. Welcome to the van office of Kenzo Fong, founder and CEO of rock, an all-in-one platform for distributed work. (Translation: Help remote workers collaborate and communicate.) SF startup has big investors: Section 32 VC Bill Maris, angel investors Manik gupta (ex-Uber Product manager), Aadil Mamujee (product manager at WordPress) and Marc Vanlerberghe (ex-Google VP). Rock has employees in 10 countries across seven time zones. Fong works from his mobile office / Sprinter van in scenic locations in the Bay Area …

Henri kissinger and Eric schmidt have write a book with MIT’s computer pioneer Daniel Huttenlocher on artificial intelligence. My advice: wait for the movie and hope there are more car chases. Extract: “Aristotle’s Radical Classification of Knowledge, Ptolemy’s Pioneering Geography, and Lucretius ” On the Nature of Things” spoke of an essential confidence in the ability of the human mind to discover and understand at least aspects substantial amounts of the world. Hot stuff. Reminds me of a joke:

Tailor in ancient Greece looking at client’s torn toga: Euripides?

Client: Yes. Euminide? …

Map of executions against Airbnb properties.  (Short-term rentals office card)

Map of executions against Airbnb properties. (Short-term rentals office card)

The city’s problems with Airbnb run very high in Ward 3 – the bright upper corner of The City, consisting of North Beach, Chinatown, Nob Hill, Russian Hill, Civic Center, Tenderloin and the Financial district. It is according to the town hall Short-term rentals office, who presented to Supes this week. And it’s interesting because there aren’t many up there. Airbnbs are much more densely concentrated in Bernal Heights, The Mission and The Castro. Maybe they just don’t complain that much about the parties there…

ENOUGH WITH FAMILY TIME: “Men, and in particular men who live with children under the age of 18, would like to work from home less often after the pandemic”, Stanford economist Nick bloom find in recent research on remote work. Easy, dads, easy …

Editor’s Note: Welcome to Screenshots, in which Jeff Elder, Senior Technical Journalist, reports on the whereabouts of the biggest sci-fi industry. Stay tuned as we keep tabs on everything tech-related. Send articles and photos to [email protected]


Comments are closed.