Colorado scored high in the first “Best Places for Tech Jobs” list by researcher NerdWallet, which studied tech jobs, salaries and median rents in 370 metropolitan areas.
San Jose, Calif., outscored all other cities, but Boulder ranked fifth, while Denver came in at No. 13 and Colorado Springs at No. 15.
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For young college grads gearing up to enter the workforce, Denver is aces.
The Mile High City landed the No. 3 spot in Rent.com’s 2015 “Best Cities for College Grads” ranking.
To compile the report, Rent.com — a unit of Norcross, Georgia-based RentPath — analyzed the job potential, percentage of millennials, lifestyle, unemployment rate and median rent in U.S. Read more
A lot of what makes a neighborhood noteworthy has to do with the people who live there — be they hipsters, yuppies, or the sexiest people on Earth. But as much as these interesting citizens influence their environments, some parts of town stand on their own as more aesthetically pleasing, more architecturally interesting, and more drop-dead-gorgeous than the rest of the city. Read more
Next to pro sports teams and maybe famous citizens not named Pauly Shore, nothing gets people talking city pride like a “best-of” Internet list. “Most Livable City,” or “Sexiest City,” or “Best Small Town to Start a Knitting Blog,” you get the idea.
But what about a list that ranks the cities at the TOP OF MOST LISTS?!?! Read more
DENVER (March 24, 2015) – At a breakfast this morning with 450 civic and business leaders, the Downtown Denver Partnership released its State of Downtown Denver 2015 report. The annual report, funded in part by the Downtown Denver Business Improvement District, provides exciting evidence of continued development, strong demand for Downtown office space, growth in employment, residential growth and increased mobility options in Downtown Denver. Read more
It’s not exactly news that the San Francisco Bay Area is a hot spot for tech startups, but let’s say you’re ambitious, talented and armed with a great idea but you don’t want to move there. What other places should you consider?
Or let’s say you’re ambitious, talented and looking to land a job at a tech startup. Where, outside San Francisco and Silicon Valley, are prospective tech employers? Read more
Andy Hecht, lecturer for the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities Professional Education course, spent nearly thirty-five years on Wall Street, including two decades at the trading desk of Philipp Brothers, which became Salomon Brothers and ultimately part of Citigroup. Over the past three decades, he has researched, structured, and executed some of the largest trades ever made, which involved huge quantities of precious metals and bulk commodities. Read more